With the general concerns over out-of-town retailing in mind, Hammersmatch was able to negotiate a four-acre extension to the highly successful Roaring Meg Retail Park.A  A retail impact study showed that the development would not have a detrimental effect on the existing town centre shops and amenities.
Planning permission was obtained in 1993 on the site of the former Water Research Centre for a fast food restaurant and 45,000 sq.ft. Following on from the success of Phases 1 & 2, the last phase of this retail development was completed in June 1998 and pre-let to Tempo.
Request information Request a viewing Download brochure Listed Grade II, being of architectural and historic importance, The Manor House is constructed of mellow red brick under a clay tile roof.
The house was once the home of Lady Lytton who is reputed to have declined a marriage proposal from Winston Churchill, whilst the wooden panelled gate and cornice were designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens in the early 20th Century.Internally the house has been beautifully restored from top to bottom and now combines light and spacious reception rooms and comfortable bedroom accommodation on the first and second floors. On the raised ground floor is a beautifully proportioned drawing room centred on an attractive ornamental fireplace and French doors opening on to steps leading down to the garden.The restoration of The Manor House has been meticulous throughout.

A Lutron lighting system which links with the blinds in the master bedroom (which also has air conditioning). OutsideThe gardens and grounds provide a private mature setting for the house laid mostly to lawn and studded with a selection of mature specimen trees.
There is a heated swimming pool and an all-weather Astro-turf tennis court with flood lighting. SituationThe Manor House is situated in a secluded position in the peaceful village of Old Knebworth, originally forming part of the Knebworth Estate.
Other village facilities can be found only a short drive away in Knebworth village, including a post office, a doctor’s surgery, and a sought-after primary school. Comprehensive shopping and leisure facilities are available only 6.3 miles away in Welwyn Garden City.

The A1(M) and the A10 are nearby whilst fast and frequent trains leave both Knebworth and Welwyn North to Kings Cross (23 minutes and 21 minutes respectively) and Welwyn Garden City to Moorgate in 35 minutes.There is a wonderful selection of schools in the local area including Heath Mount, Duncombe and Aldwickbury and St Hilda’s in Harpenden. Whilst every care is taken in the preparation of the plan, please check all dimensions, shapes and compass bearings before making any decisions reliant upon them.

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