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Stunning Homes in Rural Hertfordshire

Welcome to Marford Barns


Marford Barns is situated in a pristine location close to the historic centre of Wheathampstead village. These spacious architecturally designed homes offer rural views over ancient farmland close to the River Lea. The village is close to Nomansland Common and a part of the ever popular Hertfordshire Walks. Wheathampstead continues to enjoy its heritage with landmarks such as St. Helens Church and the oldest Inn in the village, The Old Bull.

Wheathampstead is a picturesque and much sought after village. Offering a range of convenient amenities including popular local shops, a riverside pub and restaurants including L'olivio which is located at the top of Sheepcote Lane. For outstanding primary and secondary schools, cultural amenities and fast railway connections to central London, nearby St. Albans and Harpenden are an easy 10 minutes drive by car.

Living in Wheathampstead additionally offers connections to the wider UK road network via the nearby A1, M1, M25 and M11 motorways with quick access to both Stanstead and Luton airports.

Briffa Philips

Marford Barns has been lovingly designed and created by local firm Briffa Phillips Architects. A successful and long established practice with a wide and varied portfolio of projects, they design sustainable, innovative buildings with a renowned reputation for both modern and historic residential buildings. Established in 1973, Briffa Phillips have enjoyed commissions ranging from large multidisciplinary projects to small private bespoke commissions.  Their work has featured in magazines, such as Elle Deco, on Grand Designs and has won numerous awards.

Demonstrating the care and attention Briffa Phillips invests in their work, Marford Barns features  bespoke features and design solutions throughout the development. The attention to detail and quality finishes showcase a modern flair for design while ensuring they fit into the village setting.  For further information or to contact Briffa Phillips please visit