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Owls Hall Estate comprises a beautiful Grade II Listed main house situated in about 60 acres (with additional land available) of its own grounds and ideally located within the M25 close to Central London.

Guide Price: £8,400,000


The Estate is rich in history and was used during World War II as headquarters for the Ministry of Defence.



This beautiful residence benefits from a deep entrance hallway leading to three double bedrooms, two en-suite bathrooms plus guest cloakroom, fully fitted designer kitchen with separate utility room, a spacious lounge/dining room with direct access to the private balcony.














After the war the house was owned by a well known industrialist and then by the Mathews Family until 1986. Since then the Estate has been in the same ownership and today it makes a delightful family home.


Owls Hall Estate is approached through impressive wrought iron gates with two cottages on the right hand side. The tree lined drive continues towards Owls Hall passing paddocks on both sides of the drive, with outstanding views to the south and west.The drive continues through a second set of gates and arrives at the front of the house, from there it continues to the secondary drive and to a range of outbuildings to the west of the main house.




The Estate occupies an exceptional, elevated position with far reaching views to the south and west. It is superbly located for access into London and national and international transport links. Central London is about 14 miles south of Owls Hall, unction 24/25 of the M25 is also easily accessible about 4 miles away. The nearby train station at Crews Hill has services into London Kings Cross from 34 minutes.Enfield is the nearest town with excellent amenities including a Waitrose supermarket



To book an appointment to view this property or for more details please contact our
Statons Estate Agents Hadley Wood on 0208 440 9797 or email: .


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