Bellis Homes offers families Much Moore from their new Hertfordshire village homes
- Bellis Homes offer homebuyers lifetime family membership of the Henry Moore Foundation
- Henry Moore Foundation celebrating 40 years in Much Hadham, Hertfordshire
- Brand new Magna House & Millers View offer modern living experience with hints of historic flavor in keeping with the area (Bellis Homes)
Celebrating the launch of their latest new homes, family-run house builder Bellis Homes is offering buyers of either Magna House or Millers View, located in the charming English village of Much Hadham, Hertfordshire, lifetime family membership of the Henry Moore Foundation.
The Henry Moore Foundation was founded by the renowned sculptor and his family 40 years ago to encourage public appreciation of the visual arts with the Studios & Gardens located in Perry Green, Much Hadham where Moore died on 31st August 1986.
Henry Spencer Moore, born 1898, was debatably the most internationally distinguished sculptor of the twentieth century and one of the most important British artists. Moore’s work can be seen all over the world and he is renowned for his semi-abstract monumental bronzes.
Born in Castleford, Yorkshire and after serving in the British Army and training to be a teacher he decided to study at The Royal College of Art, London. This decision paid off as by the 1950’s Moore was already receiving several international commissions.
In 1977 the Henry Moore Foundation, a registered charity, was established for education and promotion of the fine arts with an Institute in Leeds for the study of sculpture and the headquarters at Moore’s former estate in Perry Green, Much Hadham which today supports a range of different artistic movement’s as well as preserving the Moore legacy.
With such a milestone anniversary being celebrated this year, Bellis Homes felt it would be fitting to offer lifetime family memberships for any buyer of their brand new Much Hadham developments – Millers View and Magna House.
“Much Hadham might be a small village in Hertfordshire but it holds a rich history appearing as far back as the Doomsday Book and has been home to a number of notable residents, not least Henry Moore. As we introduce these two beautiful new homes to the village, we want to embrace and support the past as well as enable new residents to become part of the local community through lifetime family membership of the Henry Moore Foundation at Perry Green.”
Henry Fordham, Director, Bellis Homes
Situated between Ware and the large market town of Bishop Stortford, in the countryside of East Hertfordshire Magna House is extremely well connected being just 23 minutes from Stanstead Airport, 13 minutes from the M11 and 37 minutes from the M25.
The single detached house has been finished to the highest specification with modern touches throughout but its external design remains in keeping with the historic nature of the area with a pitched roof, dormer windows, bay windows and traditional timber and brick elements. The ground floor boasts a large living and entertaining area whilst 6 bedrooms are set over two floors with 4 having their own en-suites. The master bed is complimented with a walk-in wardrobe and the basement area holds a fully equipped cinema and gym.
“Although Magna House is a new build property, we have strived to incorporate several design features which fit with the historic village through small but effective touches such as the bay windows”.
Henry Fordham, Director, Bellis Homes
Magna House is on the market at £2.45m whilst Millers View will offer, upon completion, four semi-detached and one detached home in a similar style as Magna House from £1.3 million.
For more information, contact Bellis Homes on 01279 424 733 or visit www.bellishomes.co.uk.
About Bellis Homes
Bellis Homes is an upmarket luxury home builder, with over 40 years of experience in construction, developing and project managing. From London to the Home Counties, Bellis Homes specialises in selecting upmarket developments in some of the most sought-after locations.
With fantastic resources they have built up an impressive portfolio ranging from £250,000 to £16m. The exclusive developments range from luxury executive homes, revolutionary airspace developments, intimate family households and creative renovations.