The Node, Codicote, Hertfordshire

Project Description

Client
 Wilson Properties
Category
Historical / Archaeological

cHOROS was asked to prepare a Master Plan for the Node estate to accommodate high quality apartments in the original house and stables and the four new properties in the grounds.

The estate dates back to the 1800’s and the landscape gardens comprise a formal terrace and sunken garden in front of the house, a formal water garden, a tennis court, woodlands, and a large stone water feature and ponds with bridge, islands and stepping stones which were constructed by James Pulham and Son. The walled garden includes a glass Peach House designed by James Paxton which is today a Grade II listed building.

The Master Plan and report outlined the renovation of the estate and these landscape features.