Home of the Week: Bedwell Hall, Cucumber Lane

PUBLISHED: 10:59 29 February 2016 | UPDATED: 10:59 29 February 2016

Modern living inside Bedwell Hall...

Modern living inside Bedwell Hall...

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Mingling traditional outside with contemporary inside.

...and heraldic traditionalism on the outside of the property...and heraldic traditionalism on the outside of the property

Bedwell Hall is a Grade II listed development situated in the picturesque setting of Essenden Golf Club. This spacious apartment consists of 2 bedrooms (both en suite), 3 reception areas and a balcony.

Formally a country house, Bedwell Hall has been restored and converted into 10 stunning apartments by the renowned conversion specialists P J Livesey.

Plenty of parking for the apartment residentsPlenty of parking for the apartment residents

This luxury Grade II listed apartment has been finished and maintained to an exceptionally high standard benefitting from a terrace leading from the master bedroom suite with stunning views over the grounds of Essendon Golf & Country Club.

This location, whilst close to open greenbelt countryside is also convenient for access to Central London either by car or rail. Motorway connections are extremely good with the M25 approx 6 miles away.

The contemporary theme continues through to the kitchenThe contemporary theme continues through to the kitchen

The district is served with fast and frequent rail services from Welwyn Green (2.8 miles), Bayford (2.4 miles) or Hatfield (2.8 miles) with service to Finsbury Park, Kings Cross and Moorgate.

Bedwell Hall, Bedwell Park, Cucumber Lane, Essendon | Guide price £935,000

Dine in style in this luxury apartmentDine in style in this luxury apartment

Savills | 020 8447 4400 | savills.com

***In accordance with Section 21 of The Estate Agents Act (1979) we wish to disclose that the seller is a relative of a Savills employee***


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