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Chorleywood House Estate, Chorleywood

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Chorleywood House Estate is a 64.3 hectare Local Nature Reserve in Chorleywood in Hertfordshire. It is owned and managed by Three Rivers District Council, and the declaring authority is Hertfordshire County Council.
It was designated a Local Nature Reserve in 2007.
The River Chess runs through the estate which has formal parkland, meadows and mature woodland. Protected species include coralroot bittercress. Chorleywood Dell is a key neutral grassland site in the Biodiversity Action Plan for Hertfordshire. The gardens surround the 200-year-old manor house and summer house.
There is access from Common Road.
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  • Recent ‘improvements’ seem to favour cattle over humans. We are now kept out of beautiful fields and obliged to kettle ourselves along muddy and very slippery verges.  more »
  • The Playhouse was used as a Nursery school in the late 1960s. Both my brothers went to play school there. My Father is buried in the Cemetry. It is a lovely place to visit and to enjoy the green...  more »
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