The Walled Manor is located within Hertingfordbury Park enjoying a parkland setting which was a favourite royal hunting ground of Henry VIII and Elizabeth I. Within the park lies St Josephs in the Park Independent Infant & Junior School and within the local area are a number of infant, junior and secondary schools including Heathmount and Hayleybury College. The A1M is within 6.5 miles linking with the M25 London Orbital Motorway, the A414 is within quarter of a mile providing access via the A10 and A120 to London Stanstead Airport within 22 miles. Hertford mainline railway station is within 2 miles and an underground rail service can be found at Cockfosters within 10 miles providing access into the City of London. The property also enjoys the use of communal tennis courts within the park.
Beautifully designed in the Queen Anne style, The Walled Manor is constructed of mellow red brick with sash windows under a pitched roof. The house and garden is surrounded by a red brick wall, which is Listed Grade II, being of architectural importance.
Internally, the principal house combines light and spacious reception rooms with comfortable bedroom accommodation at first and second floors. An annexe has been added to the west of the house, providing a further two reception rooms and three bedrooms, together with an extensive games room and triple garage.
The attention to detail throughout the house is evident, with marble floors, high quality fittings in each bathroom and a superbly appointed kitchen.
Lying within the grounds of Hertingfordbury Park, The Walled Manor enjoys an exceptionally peaceful setting, surrounded by mature pasture and parkland. Within the parkland is the well known school, St Josephs in The Park, whilst there is a broad selection of private and public schools in the district.
Outside, the gardens are laid mostly to lawn, with a paved terrace adjoining the southern elevation. Planning permission has been granted for an underground swimming pool/leisure complex to the left hand side of the house.