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PUBLISHED: 10:18 31 March 2015 | UPDATED: 10:18 31 March 2015

Great Nast Hyde

Great Nast Hyde

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Ver Lodge, St AlbansVer Lodge, St Albans

Hatfield

£6,750,000

Great Nast Hyde House on Wilkins Green Lane, Hatfield is an historic family home, recently refurbished to a high standard while retaining many original features. and set in beautiful mature gardens. The property is Grade II listed, likely to have been built in the early 17th century.

The main reception rooms include a large welcoming reception hall, a staircase hall with original oak panelling, library, drawing room, dining room, and a kitchen/breakfast room with gas AGA oven and door leading to the outside terrace. Upstairs is a magnificent master bedroom with dressing room and en suite bathroom, six further bedrooms, a games room and self-contained staff or guest apartment.

Yew CottageYew Cottage

The gardens are immaculate, with lawned areas, an ornate pergola, sunken knot garden, lake, garden pavilion and partly-walled former kitchen garden. There is also a tithe barn with a state-of-the-art cinema room and a three-bedroom cottage on the site.

Agent: Statons 020 8445 3694

St Albans

East HouseEast House

£6,500 month

Ver Lodge enables stylish country living in the heart of the city. It offers a unique blend of countryside location yet is minutes from St Alban’s high street and mainline station.

This magnificent property is available to rent. It has views of St Albans Abbey and is set within 1.4 acre grounds leading down to the River Ver.

The modern accommodation comprises 453m² across three floors and includes five-bedrooms, four bathrooms, three reception rooms and a designer kitchen-diner.

All reception rooms lead out to an expansive covered entertainment patio with views over the beautiful garden, which for the golf enthusiast also includes a training area.

Agent: Martin and Co, 01727 898 236

Hemel Hempstead

£825,000

Yew Cottage is set in approximately a quarter-acre of land on the borders of Kings Langley and Hemel Hempstead. It is situated on the private drive to the historic Shendish Manor which is on one of the last remaining parcels of land that once belonged to the Cheduit family of Kings Langley.

The spacious ‘cottage’ is a five/six-bedroom family home that has been renovated by the current owners to accommodate a large family.

The property also has two additional self-contained one-bedroom annexes, which could be used for rental, as an office or to accomodate extended family.

Agent: Private seller 07930 424731

Welwyn GC

£1,995,000

Dwellings at Digswell Place near Welwyn GC can be traced back as far as 1155 although the present house was built and subsequently remodelled and then occupied as a rectory from the 16th century to the early 20th century. The house then passed through several owners including the Nesbit family (publishers of Thomas the Tank Engine). In 1989 the property was totally refurbished under the guidance of a Grade II listing and split into three private wings. East House is the most private property and offers a special opportunity to those seeking a period home with well proportioned rooms and many period features in a truly wonderful setting.

Agent: Ashtons 01438 718555

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