Parsonage Farm

Parsonage Farm is an old English farmhouse dating back to medieval times with additions throughout history. It has a wealth of beams throughout and interesting period features. It is entirely furnished in authentic furniture and artefacts no more modern than 1700, except for one room furnished in a 19th Century Chinese style. The oldest furniture (as featured on the Antiques Roadshow in 2017) dates back to c.1485.

It offers five bedrooms in the main house three with four poster beds dating between 1490 and 1675 and a further two in the next door cottage. In total the house has 8 beds across 7 bedrooms.

The gardens feature an accurate reproduction of medieval herb and pleasure garden on one side and early Tudor (Henry VIII) knot garden on the other. In addition, a late Tudor knot garden (Elizabeth I) is scheduled to be completed by 2019.

The hostess is well versed in early cuisine and is able to offer authentic period food served in authentic reproduction crockery themed to any era, likewise, from medieval up to 1700.

The host is also owner of a comprehensive armoury company should firearms be required and also has a collection of interesting vehicles that can be made available.

The house has some 24 acres of land surrounding it offering a mixture of gardens and horse pastures with adequate parking and access to a full film crew and all their vehicles and paraphernalia.

The house is well located within easy access of the A10 and M11 and a typical journey time of one and a half hours or less from the major film studios.

Brigitte Webster

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Tudor & 17th Century Experience, Parsonage Farm, Parsonage Lane, Albury, Herts. SG11 2HU

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