A proud history. A fitting development
Built upon historic foundations for the modern lifestyle
The development is named after the two Ellison brothers who were among many villagers who lost their lives in the two World Wars. This is just one of many glimpses into the history you’ll find in Hunsdon – from the 500 year old village hall to Hunsdon House, once owned by Henry VIII.
Taking inspiration from the area’s heritage and delicately mixing a contemporary Essex barn style, Ellison Park boasts its very own ‘village square’, promoting a strong sense of community spirit.
Why live at Ellison Park?
Style and sophistication
These new homes pay quiet tribute to the area’s heritage, through a design that is a contemporary reflection of the Essex barn style complemented by a mix of traditional red and modern grey brick. Ellison Park also harks back to a bygone era with its ‘village square’ setting, promoting a strong sense of community spirit and neighbourliness.
41 minutes from the capital
When you do decide to venture further afield you can accomplish it with exceptional ease. From St Margarets train station, London is a 41 minute train journey. Alternatively, you fancy jetting off somewhere even more relaxing, Stansted is a mere half an hour down the road and Heathrow an hour and a half around the M25. The motorway network is easily assessable with the M11 providing access to the M25 and London to the south, and the A1 taking you to Cambridge in just half an hour.
Savour moments of peaceful village living amidst the rolling green Hertfordshire landscape all from your very own doorstep. If you like a dash of culture with your fresh air, you’ll appreciate the Henry Moore Foundation, with its impressive sculptures laid out amid beautiful grounds. Naturally, there are also miles of cycle runs through chocolate box villages and along quiet B roads.
Excellent schools catering for families of all ages
Whether you choose private or state education for your child there are a wide range of excellent schools in the area. A short walk away in the village itself is the award winning Hunsdon JMI School, while a quick car journey takes you to St Andrews and Wareside primary schools.
Also single-sex secondary schools of Presdale (girls) and Richard Hale (boys) offer co-educational sixth forms and incorporate school bus services from the village. For private education, the nearest schools are St Nicholas School and St Edmund's College, while Haileybury and Imperial Service College in Hertford Heath offers boarding school opportunities for boys and girls aged 11 – 18.
With most of today's modern developments offering limited space for growing families and visitors, Ellison Park has been designed to be the exact opposite.
No detail has been left spared in the pursuit for perfection and roads which are unobstructed, uncluttered and safe for everyone all form part of exceptional living at Ellison Park.