Inside the breathtaking £12m Hertfordshire manor that’s complete with 14 bedrooms and its own west wing

It’s not often a stunning 14-bed mansion goes on the market, but anyone looking at claiming such an impressive home could well be in luck.

Moor Place Manor in Much Hadham, Hertfordshire, is a beautiful Grade-I listed red brick mansion nestled in our county’s tranquil countryside.

It will set you back £12m and it’s clear to see why.

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The breathtaking property boasts 14 bedrooms, 13 bathrooms, four reception rooms, an outdoor swimming pool, a tennis court and its very own west wing.

One of the property’s main features is said to be its cantilevered stone staircase which leads up to a master suite and five further bedrooms on the first floor, with five more on the floor above.

Downstairs, meanwhile, the elegant staircase hall leads to a library, a dining room and sunny drawing room with further accommodation available in the 1886 Norman Shaw west wing.

The unassuming two-bed house that is Hertfordshire’s most-viewed property

The home, which was the county’s third most viewed home in September according to Zoopla, is surrounded by around 80 acres of exquisite countryside, and this land includes a private park, farmland and woodland.

The Manor House is undisturbed by surrounding roads and houses, making it a truly tranquil country home.

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See if it ticks your boxes by scrolling through the photos below.

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