- 14 Bedrooms
- 13 Bathrooms
- 4 Reception Rooms
-Outdoor Swimming Pool
- Circa 80 Acres
- Grade I listed
One of the property's main features is its cantilevered stone staircase leading up to a master suite and five further bedrooms on the first floor with five more on the floor above. Downstairs, the elegant staircase hall leads to a library, a dining room and sunny drawing room with further accommodation available in the 1886 Norman Shaw west wing.
TIMELESS GEORGIAN ELEGANCE
The timeless Grade-I listed Moor Place is situated in Much Hadham, Hertfordshire, surrounded by circa 80 acres of exquisite countryside. The land includes private park, farmland and woodland. The majestic red brick house with stone dressings and hipped tile roof incorporates two stories with an attic and basement.
The architecture of the house embraces typical Georgian elegance throughout. These features include arch loggias, recessed arches, a three flighted flared staircase leading to the first floor, vase patterned balustrading with anthemion and swag motifs, rich cornicing, door surrounds and marble fireplaces in all principal rooms.
Moor Place Manor is surrounded by serene Hertfordshire country side and accommodates an activity rich lifestyle with a top-of-the-range tennis court, an outdoor swimming pool and 80 acres of beautiful British countryside with plentiful natural habitats for British wildlife.
The Manor House is undisturbed by surrounding road and houses making it a truly tranquil country home.
More Place Manor is situated on the outskirts of Much Hadham village in Hertfordshire. The village has a mix of period and modern housing and offers an excellent Pre-School and primary school, a public house and a significant Parish Church which dates back over 800 years.
Within a 10 minute drive of Much Hadham is Bishop’s Stortford. The market town offers multiple shopping and sporting facilities and a main line railway station with fast commuter services to London’s Liverpool Street in 38 minutes. Access is available on the outskirts of Bishop’s Stortford to the M11 (Junction 8) with the A1 and Cambridge to the north, and the M25 and London to the south. Main line railway stations are also available at Hertford, Ware and Harlow, as well as easy access to Stansted Airport on the East side of Bishop's Stortford.