Pursley Farm


Pursley Farm

Pursley Farm, Hertfordshire

Working farm with machinery, barns & fields 40 mins from London. 17th century farmhouse with AGA and large dining room with very old exposed oak roof beams and large dining table and sideboard. Habitable loft space in old part of the house which may be useful to some one from time to time for an olden times shoot. Tractors and vehicles available also. Located near Shenley, Hertfordshire


TrainNearest Rail: Radlett/ Elstree

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