Savills | Parsonage Farm, Townfield, Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire, WD3 7FN | Properties for sale
1,068 sq ft(99.22 sq m)
Guide price £675,000

Parsonage FarmTownfield, Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire, WD3 7FN

  • Under offer

Key features

  • Tucked away location for this lovely home
  • Immense character and a wealth of beams
  • Great location close to the town centre and station
  • Home of historical interest
  • Lovely communal gardens

Pretty Grade II listed home in a highly sought after location.

About this property

  • History
    The original Parsonage Farm dates back to the 1550s and
    apparently Henry VIII gifted the house to the Bishop of
    London. Queen Anne additions were made to the Farm and it
    was subsequently owned by Farmer Henry White and later a
    known local by Mrs Madge. The Farm was then converted in
    the late 1980s to create five characterful special homes.

    Property Description
    9 Parsonage Farm is a fabulous period home with immense
    character and a wealth of beams and the present owner
    has lived for over sixteen years. Features include a bespoke
    fitted kitchen with integrated appliances, a fabulous brick
    exposed fireplace with a wood burner, a bottle bottom
    window to the living room and a lovely bathroom with hand-painted silk de Gournay wallpaper. There are two bedrooms on the first floor with a wealth of beams and wood flooring. The loft bedroom has a wealth of beams too and potential for an
    en suite.

    Parsonage Farm has delightful communal gardens of
    approximately an acre which are mainly laid to lawn. In front
    of number 9 are attractive stocked borders and a seating
    area which is looked after by the current owner. There is a
    shared granary barn for use by the residents and a useful
    hidden area for sheds. There is also an allocated parking

    View payable Stamp Duty for this property

Wow what an amazing home and a special place to live!

Sue TrybusProperty agent

Local information

  • Rickmansworth town centre offers an eclectic mix of restaurants, cafés and shops including Marks & Spencer, Waitrose and Tesco.
  • Rickmansworth Station provides both the Metropolitan Line to Baker Street and the City plus the Chiltern Turbo to Marylebone.
  • Access to the M25 is at Junction 17 or 18 with links to the motorway network and major airports.
  • There are good leisure facilities close by – Rickmansworth Aquadrome and Moor Park Golf Club.

Additional information

  • Directions: From Rickmansworth Station roundabout take the second exit (A404 to Amersham). Immediately turn left into Nightingale Road. Follow the road round the right hand bend and take the second turning on the left which is a continuation of Nightingale Road. Proceed over the railway bridge and take the second turning on the left into Townfield, follow the road around and take the second entrance into Parsonage Farm. Number 9 is to be found on the left hand side.
  • EPC Exempt