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Past Development:
 
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INTRODUCTION

St. Margaretsbury House was believed to have been built circa 1760 as a rectory mansion with latter alterations and addition by Ernest Newton in 1890. The house was noted for Newton's quality features, most of which still existed.

In 1943 the house was bought by the Hertfordshire County Council and remained in its ownership until 1993 when it was acquired by City & Country.

The main house and outbuildings were meticulously restored and converted into 5 new homes, three within the main house and two within the stables/outbuildings. The development was 'Winner of the East Hertfordshire Rural Design Award' in 1994.

Testimonial
"City & Country has a thoroughly well-deserved reputation as an outstanding residential developer, particularly of challenging sites with heritage assets. This has been achieved through its accomplished, highly professional and experienced team who are a pleasure to work with. Their dedication is second to none."

Peter Village QC

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King Edward VII Estate, Midhurst, Sussex

King Edward VII Estate sits within the South Downs National Park (an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty) in West Sussex, between Haslemere and Midhurst....

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The stunning countryside and market towns of the South Downs National Park were key factors behind John and Carolyn Hewitt’s purchase of a second home at King Edward VII Estate.

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