Situated in Hertfordshire, near the border with Middlesex and close to North West London, Moor Park is a fantastic location to live, work and enjoy – providing easy commuting in and out of Central London too.
NEED TO KNOW
Moor Park has an exclusive parade of shops that services the everyday needs of residents. The nearest shopping centres and supermarkets are located in nearby Northwood, Watford and Rickmansworth.
The area is well-served for golf, with several respected courses in the area – Moor Park, Northwood, Sandy Lodge and Batchworth Park Golf Clubs all within easy reach.
Other local leisure pursuits and facilities include Northwood Health and Racquets Club (operated by Virgin Active) and several other gyms along with tennis, cricket, football, shooting and sailing clubs.
Moor Park underground station is located on the Metropolitan Line and runs frequent services to Central London.
The M40 is around 6 miles away from Moor Park, offering routes to London and Birmingham.
Junction 18 of the M25 lies 2 miles away, while the M1 is just a few miles to the east.
Heathrow, Gatwick, Stanstead and Luton Airports are all easily accessible via the M25 & M1.
Nearby schooling can be found in Northwood, with both state and private faculties being highly regarded.
Major draws include St Helen’s School and Northwood College for girls, with St Martin’s, St John’s and Merchant Taylors Junior and Senior Schools for boys.
Northwood, Eastbury Farm, Frithwood and Holy Trinity schools can also be found in the surrounding area.
A private gated estate, Moor Park is around 294 acres in size and comprises more than 550 prosperous properties – most of which are detached homes on vast plots of land.
The estate also includes three apartment blocks, while gated entrances provide safety with security guards patrolling the estate.
CLAIM TO FAME
Lord Leverhulme, an industrialist and philanthropist purchased 3000 acres of land in 1919, including the area that is now known as the Moor Park Golf Club, its clubhouse (Moor Park Mansion) and Sandy Lane Lodge Golf Club.
In 1922, 288 acres were earmarked for parkland, with architects commissioned to design infrastructure for the development of new homes.
This area continues to benefit from a restrictive covenant in the deeds of these properties, with the estate itself being a conservation area, and parts of it being within the heavily protected Metropolitan Green Belt.
Moor Park comes under the Three Rivers Council Area. The annual council tax rates for 2023/24 are:
- Band A: £1399.03
- Band B: £1632.20
- Band C: £1865.37
- Band D: £2098.54
- Band E: £2564.88
- Band F: £3031.22
- Band G: £3497.57
- Band H: £4197.08
GET IN TOUCH
At Paige and Petrook, we know the lettings market inside out. We offer full property management services for landlords because we believe that any property in Moor Park is worth investing in. If you are thinking about investing in a property in the area (or already own one), and do not wish to be involved in the day-to-day management – whether you’re too busy or too far away – we can help.
As a family-owned business, we work to stay ahead of the game when it comes to residential lettings for tenants and landlords throughout South East England. Our team of qualified lettings experts work with landlords and tenants to place the right tenant in the right property. We consider all requirements and preferences, and search through our extensive database of properties to find the perfect match for our clients.