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4,016 sq ft(373.10 sq m)
Guide price £1,650,000

Harper LaneShenley, Radlett, Hertfordshire, WD7 9HJ

  • Under offer

Key features

  • In need of restoration
  • Self contained annex
  • 90' outbuildings
  • about 4.1 acres
  • Partly moated garden

A partially Grade II Listed Palladian inspired farm house requiring restoration, set in a rural position with about 4.1 acres.

About this property

  • The property has an elegance and style commensurate with this period and retains many original features. Now in need of a major program of renovation, some works have already been initiated. The original house was extended we believe in the 1930's although this structure is not contained within the ‘listing' there is a separate ‘coach house' now converted to conform a 1 bedroom cottage, there is also a range of derelict out buildings which extend some 90' long to the East.

    The 3 bay house is in the late Georgian villa style with a combination arranged over 3 floors plus a basement. There are many features of the house of particular note is the semi-circular winding staircase through the core of the house serving 3 floors.

    Purchasers note:- planning permission has been granted for a single storey rear extension to the main dwelling, alterations to the mansard roof of the existing 2 storey side extension and alternations to fenestration under planning ref 17/1858/HSE Hertsmere Borough Council.

    View payable Stamp Duty for this property

An exceptional opportunity to create a an outstanding home in a special setting

Douglas SleaperProperty agent

Local information

  • Set in a truly outstanding location, approached over a lane then single carriageway track Wild Farm is set centrally within gated grounds of around 4 acres. Open country side surrounds the property to all four sides with the only close neighbours being the equestrian centre which occupied former barn buildings to wild Farm.
  • Radlett is approx 2.5 miles and has a vibrant and thriving centre comprising a wide range of shops, restaurants, coffee houses and local pubs.
  • Radlett railway station provides a fast and frequent service to London St Pancras (25mins). Radlett is also very conveniently located 18 miles from London with superb road access to important centres. The M1 mototway junction (5) is about 4 miles and the M25 (21) 4 miles, M25 (junction 19, Watford), giving speedy access to airports at Luton, Heathrow, Stansted and further afield to Gatwick.
  • The area is ideal for young families being home to some of the highest regarded schools in the country including Aldenham, Haberdashers' Askes Boys and Girls, North London Collegiate and St Alban's. Leisure and culture are well catered for with The Radlett Centre, an excellent venue boasting a 300 seat auditorium, which hosts a variety of plays, musicals and concerts. For sports fans Radlett Cricket Club and Radlett Lawn Tennis & Squash Club are within walking distance, and several local golf clubs including Porters Park and Elstree are nearby, Patchetts Equestrian Centre, the popular Battlers Green Farm Shopping Village and Elstree Private Aerodrome are a few minutes away by car.
  • By reference to historic England listing Wild Farm was built in the late C18 or early C19 and comprises an unusual example of a Palladian style farmhouse it was built during the most significant period of architectural development in England
  • Which resulted in a wealthier yeoman class who's gentrification was reflected in their Farm houses. It is associated with medieval moated manorial site to the immediate East.

Additional information

  • EPC Rating = G