Newhouse Farm Livery Stables, Chorleywood


Newhouse Farm Livery Stables, Chorleywood. 5 minutes form the M25, and a thousand miles from the stresses of life!

Newhouse Farm Livery Stables is ideally located a mere 5 minutes from junction 17 of the M25 and is easily accessible by car. The stables is 5 minutes walk away from Chorleywood underground station on the Metropolitan Line and Farm Road is accessed from Burtons Lane / Blacketts Wood Drive. 

Chorleywood is served by excellent hacking, with easy access to Chorleywood Common, Carpenters Woods, the village and many bridleways. Newhouse enjoys scenic views bith onsite and in the surrounding areas of the sleepy horsey village. 

Further information on the lovely area can be found at Chorleywood Parish Council's website 
Chorleywood Common is a tract of 0.8 square kilometres (200 acres) of wooded common land. The common is a County Heritage Site, and is home to significant biodiversity. Since cattle grazing ended soon after the First World War, the land has been used for recreational purposes. Chorleywood Golf Club maintains a nine-hole golf course on the Common. In the 19th Century, the MCC established a cricket pitch on the Common, which is used by Chorleywood Cricket Club's senior and junior teams to this day. It's a lovely place to enjoy your afternoon.

Next to the common is an Anglican church and primary school, both called Christ Church. The school and church are strongly linked together.

Three Rivers District Council are currently proposing the reintroduction of grazing on the Common, which would mean the partial enclosure, or fencing off, of sections of the common.

The grounds of Chorleywood house now form a 170-acre (0.69 km2) public park.