Halcyon Hall is a superb family home built with modern precision in an Elizabethan style. It is located in Hertfordshire, England and was built in 2005. It boasts approximately 14,000 square feet of living space with an 8400 square foot first floor, 3600 square foot 2nd floor and a 2000 square foot lower level. It is listed at £15,000,000 or $24,061,500.


The internal appearance of the property is testament to the attention to detail applied to the design. Custom made solid oak doors, skirting and architraves are fitted amongst extensive oak panelling and a magnificent oak staircase, which leads from the salon to the galleried first floor landing. The ground floor has superb open reception areas with double doors opening from the salon through to the family room, which has a magnificent marble fireplace with a gas flame effect fire. Three sets of double door open out onto the terrace and gardens beyond. The vaulted ceilings and extended windows are a feature throughout ensuring high levels of natural light. The windows themselves are made of steel for increased security and encased within oak frames, whilst the
attached blinds are controlled by the Crestron control panels.

The master bedroom suite with twin dressing rooms, sitting area and en-suite bathroom, highlights the quality of the property with handcrafted furniture, hand painted features throughout and ample space in every room.

The Crestron Building Management unit controls all heating and ventilation as well as the many high level security measures. There is an AV system fitted throughout the house and a superb 13 seat cinema room on the lower ground floor with high definition screening.

To the rear of the property is a fully enclosed garden, predominantly lawned, flanked with a series of pebbled pathways and herbaceous borders. Within the garden there are a number of marble statues including a water fountain and waterfall. These features combined with the wide selection of trees and shrubs are great focal points in what is a very private and secluded garden.

To the front of the property there is a paved area suitable for parking numerous cars behind the security of the electric, wrought iron gates.