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Munden House

Acquired by Thomas Ewer of the Lea in 1607 - and not been sold since.

Munden, Watford, Hertfordshire, WD25 8PZ

Munden House in Hertfordshire

Munden is a much cherished family home and estate. It is situated in a unique location inside the M25 and 17 miles north of Marble Arch.

The estate, which amounts to approx. 1,000 acres comprises residential & commercial property enterprises, agricultural & woodland, renewable energy projects, a thriving equestrian centre and extensive filming and hospitality locations.

We are not formally open to the public but have over the last 25 years become extremely popular with the film location industry. We also offer weddings and corporate hire.

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