Node Park has been designed to create the very best in contemporary living: beautifully restored buildings and new builds, and high-end interiors with real attention to detail.
The Main House, an 1815 manor house, now contains ten spacious, high-specification apartments. Opposite, the Coach House has been cleverly renovated to create three striking mews houses.
Four generous ‘new’ family homes – Fairfax, Randalls, Knightley and the Garden House – give increased privacy and masses of space. They’re geothermally heated, using ground source heat pumps. In combination with highly effective underfloor heating throughout, this means clean, environmentally friendly warmth and lower fuel costs.
With 15 acres of estate to explore, there’s a different view and different experience for every day and every mood
The private park has been carefully restored and enhanced. To reach your new home, you’ll come through secure gates and along a half-mile driveway. All around is greenery: listed trees more than a century old, well-kept grassland and lawns and areas given over to nature. As well as a tennis court for the sole use of residents, you’ll find the original park walls and open fields, formal Italianate gardens with original fountain and statues, natural woodland walks, including a water rock garden and a sunken garden.
The formal gardens were designed by James Pulham and Son, award-winning Victorian landscape designers which exhibited and won medals at London’s Great Exhibition of 1851 and the 1862 International Exhibition.