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Woodhall Park

Replacing an Elizabethan house which was partly destroyed by fire in 1771, Woodhall Park is a large neo-classical house which has recently been the subject of an extensive restoration.

Watton-at-Stone, Hertfordshire, SG14 3NE

Woodhall Park in Hertfordshire

Woodhall is a privately owned family estate in rural Hertfordshire.

The estate, which centres around the 18th century mansion house let to Heath Mount School, brings together a residential and commercial property portfolio, an exclusive events and filming location and agricultural, forestry and conservation operations.

The Walled Gardens make a historic and atmospheric event space, with gently sloping ground and beautiful views over the surrounding parkland and towards some of our most ancient oak and hornbeam trees. The Walled Gardens can also be hired in conjunction with the Grade II listed Garden House, providing accommodation for up to eight guests, and an acre of private gardens.

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Woodhall Park and The Walled Gardens feature heavily in the 2020 Sky Cinema release of The Secret Garden, one of our 500-year-old oak trees has a starring role!

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