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Shenley Hall

Shenley Hall

Shenley Hall is a Grade II listed country house at Shenley in Hertfordshire.


Built in the 19th century, the hall benefited from additions by Sir Edwin Lutyens in 1914 just before World War I.[1] The hall featured in several episodes of The Avengers in the 1960s.[2] Now owned by a transport software business,[3] it is set in 16 acres of parkland[4] and is Grade II listed.[1]


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