Belvedere House was built in 2003 and is a substantial detached family home situated at the end of a long tree-lined road, over 200m from Church Road in the centre of Great Hallingbury. The house has over 3000 sq ft of accommodation arranged over three floors, including on the ground floor an entrance hall and cloakroom, a good sized kitchen/breakfast room, utility, open plan sitting/dining room, study and a family room. On the first floor, there is a bedroom with a dressing room and en suite, three further bedrooms, an en suite shower room and a family bathroom. On the second floor, there is a further bedroom and bathroom.
Outside, the property is approached along a private road shared with a neighbouring property, which leads to a gravelled parking area and to the double garage with a WC and staircase to the first floor where there is a games room but could be used as a home office. The gardens include a pond with Koi Carp, a Japanese style bridge and water feature, paved terrace, a wide variety of mature trees, flowering shrubs and lawns. There is also a private garden at the back of the plot which backs onto woodland. The plot extends to about 0.61 of an acre and adjoins open fields and woodland. The house lies close to Hatfield Forest, which is owned by The National Trust. Agents note: The owners of the house share responsibility for maintenance of the driveway.