Nevendon Manor is the ideal backdrop for a professional Photo shoot, TV or Film location, M25 Junction 19 (12 miles)
Listed as being of Architectural or Historical Interest Grade ll, believed to be built in the 16th Century on approximately 7 acres
Set in its own partly moated grounds the house stands near to the centre and is flanked by curving brick walls which give access to the graveled chestnut lined drive, which leads to the house and other outbuildings including a two bay cart lodge and two stables.( 1 stable converted to look like an old fashioned tavern)The grounds are principally laid to lawn.
Close to the house is a willow lined pond with mature trees featuring throughout the grounds. A footbridge across the former moat leads to a secret hideaway garden which you enter through ruined walls which then takes you through a delightful wild woodland area with grass walkways and a further pond.
There is also a pretty walled courtyard garden attached to the east side of the house.
The interior is packed full of period features, notably the original oak internal doors with fretwork and original hinges,many fireplaces plus a deep inglenook fireplace, beamed ceilings with exposed timbers and flagstone floor.
Nevendon Manor also homes a variety of animals which include 4 alpacas, 2 goats,4 pig, 2 peacocks, 1 with a full tail and a selection of geese, ducks, guinea fowl, cockrals, chickens and the resident white doves.
Nevendon Manor has also been the location for several productions including a recent music video shoot for the singer Liv Austen. The video was directed by Ben Trombacco and can be seen here.
click here for a behind the scenes interview with Liv Austen
Click here to see a satellite view of the location including the grounds surrounding the main building.
Below is the latest film produced on the grounds at Nevendon Manor. This short film ‘Dollhouse II’ was created to promote the 2015 Halloween event which runs every year.