A flat that is part of a stunning former stately home that is believed to have been the inspiration for some of Jane Austen’s novel Pride and Predudice has come onto the market.
The Grade I listed property in Hertford has also been used as a location for the films The Young Victoria, Amazing Grace, and The Golden Compass.
And it has been used in several TV shows, including Foyles War, The Inspector Linley Mysteries and Bleak House.
The flat for sale is part of this stunning former stately home in Hertford called Balls Park, which has been used in film and TV
The former stately mansion has an impressive communal hall, with a black and white checkerboard marble floor with a geometrical border of green and red marble
The mansion in Hertford is called Balls Park and is understood to have been the inspiration for Netherfield Hall, Mr Bingley’s grand estate in Pride and Prejudice where Mr Darcy and Elizabeth dance for the first time.
And in the film The Young Victoria, the wood-panelled rooms of the house were used as Victoria’s ‘Kensington’ bedroom, as well as for dining room scenes.
With the mansion’s striking features inside and out, it is not hard to see why it has attracted such attention.
Inside, the communal hallway has high wood-panelled walls, a grand fireplace and a black and white checkerboard marble floor with a geometrical border of green and red marble.
Outside, residents have access to private formal gardens as well as 63 acres of managed parkland.
The mansion has been used in several TV shows, including Foyles War, The Inspector Linley Mysteries and Bleak House
The flat for sale comes with a south-facing balcony with views across the mansion’s expansive landscaped gardens
The communal hall can been used by all residents at the mansion and has high wood-panelled walls with a grand fireplace
The flat has a spacious living room with large windows and high ceilings that allow plenty of light into the impressive space
Inside the flat, there is a living room with a fireplace and a south-facing balcony with views across the mansion’s expansive gardens.
It has two bedrooms and comes with a separate garage and an allocated spaced in the secure gated underground car park. The flat is being sold via estate agents Strutt & Parker with a price tag of £835,000.
The average price of a flat in Hertford is £510,168, compared to £322,758 in the country as a whole, according to property website Zoopla.
The Grade I listed property in Hertford has also been used as a location for the films The Young Victoria, Amazing Grace, and The Golden Compass
Fancy moving to a rural setting? The flat is being sold via estate agents Strutt & Parker and comes with a price tag of £835,000
Residents living at Balls Park have access to private formal gardens as well as 63 acres of managed parkland
The kitchen has light-coloured units with contrasting worktops, and there is space for a dining table and chairs
The flat has two bedrooms and comes with a separate garage and an allocated spaced in the secure gated underground car park
Gina Simpson, of Strutt & Parker, said: ‘Set among 63 acres of beautiful parkland, this unique apartment provides a rare opportunity to live in one of Britain’s finest 17th Century houses, without the usual requirement of a team of staff to maintain its upkeep.
‘The house has been featured in numerous television and film productions and is widely considered to have been the inspiration for one of the main locations for Jane Austen’s iconic Pride and Prejudice. And with the recent announcement of Sunset Studios being built close by, the property’s links to film and television production could endure for years to come.
‘Furthermore, being in located in Hertford, the home has great shopping and amenities on the doorstep, while its transport links make it the perfect home to commute back into London. This is a rare opportunity to live in a historic and peaceful setting, with the city being close by.’
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