Micklefield Hall was built in 1740 and the central part of the house was re-designed by Sir John Soane in the late 18th Century. Micklefield Hall stands in a fine parkland setting and yet is less than 25 miles from central London.
With historical records going back to 1260 when the land was obtained for the Abbey of St. Albans, the majestic oak in the parkland (officially dated by the Woodland Trust at 650 years old) and the stunning 16th century Tithe Barn, which has now been completely restored, Micklefield Hall provides a rich setting for any occasion. The Great Barn was originally built in 1580 and was moved to its present site in 1745 when the house was built.
The house is set in 350 acres of rolling Hertfordshire countryside. Managed and run by Jamie & Anna Rankin who live in the house, together with their four children, ensures that this elegant Georgian country house has a wonderful family feel. Micklefield conjures up a mix of total privacy, exclusivity and efficiency which, when combined with the truly magical setting, makes it a perfect venue.
The house looks out over magnificent gardens and enjoys a stunning location just two miles from the Chorleywood exit (J18) of the M25.
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