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Living at Ware, Hertfordshire

Gilpin Mews offers a haven of meticulously crafted and spacious 3 and 4 bedroom homes in picturesque Hertfordshire.

These spacious houses combine imaginative design with high quality specification in a safe and secure gated development. Each home offers you all the modern day comforts and convenience you would expect, including an automated heating system (NEST) that you can control remotely from the mobile app. Kitchens are sleek and streamlined, with fully integrated SMEG appliances while the bathrooms have stylish, contemporary fittings and every master bedroom has an en-suite. Here you can truly enjoy a spacious family home, which also benefits from a generously sized garden - perfect for al fresco living.

Gilpin Mews is less than half a mile from Ware station and well located with a wide choice of schools, sporting facilities and shops nearby, it's the perfect place to put down roots..

Price & Availability

  • Private Sale
  • Shared Ownership
  • Shared Equity
  • Over 57s
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Stunning family homes in the historic market town of Ware

Gilpin Mews combines imaginative design, smart technology and little touches of luxury to create truly inviting family homes. Your kitchen will be sleek and streamlined, with a fully integrated washing machine, fridge freezer and dishwasher. Bathrooms have stylish, contemporary fittings and every master bedroom has a en-suite. Each home has a family-sized garden and parking space. This is how life is meant to be.

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  • General
  • Bathroom
  • Kitchen
  • Heating & Electrical
  • Security
  • Garden

  • Premier build warranty
  • Smooth white painted walls, ceilings and architraves
  • Flush internal oak doors with brushed chrome ironmongery
  • White UPVC / double-glazed windows
  • Oak wood effect vinyl flooring through downstairs (except W/C)
  • 80/20 Grey wool twist carpet to bedrooms, stairways and landing
  • Block paved private road


Ware a taste of countryside in Hertfordshire

A quiet oasis of country life, Ware is close to Harlow, Hertford, Welwyn and handy for London too. This traditional market town has a delightful charm and is the perfect place for families to enjoy the great outdoors and still have all the amenities for a modern lifestyle.River travel is a great way to appreciate Ware and it’s historic collection of riverside gazebos – dating back to the 18th century. You can feel the history as you stroll around town with the oldest surviving building dating back to the 14th century. Yet this ancient market town is still thriving today.

The High Street is bustling with intriguing shops, restaurants and charming pubs to languish in on long summer evenings. The town has a market day every Tuesday and there’s a variety of local events including the Ware Festival and a Real Ale Festival to celebrate it’s malting history.

According to the popular comic ballad by William Cowper (1782), John Gilpin’s horse galloped all the way to Ware when he lost control of the steed. Now you can settle down in this historic market town, in a beautiful new home purpose built for 21st century living.

 breathtaking scenery waiting to be explored

Here natures beauty is all around and you don’t have to walk or cycle far before you find yourself in the middle of thriving wetlands, tranquil green fields or dense woodland teaming with birds and wildlife. There are numerous nature reserves just waiting to be explored and there is even a zoo nearby in Amwell.

Of course, if you don’t want to walk, you can always take the scenic riverbus that gently winds its way up and down the River Lee through the Lee Valley where you truly get a glimpse of the beautiful Hertfordshire countryside.

  • Schools
  • Tube Station
  • Overground Station
  • Leisure

Transport Links

  • Tube & Rail


Ware Priory Lido

Situated in the grounds of Ware Priory, the Lido was built in 1934. Recently refurbished this lovely heated open air pool is the perfect place to relax during the summer months.

Scott's Grotto

Created in the 1760's by the Quaker poet and reformer, John Scott, it is the country's largest grotto.

Church of St. Mary The Virgin

The Parish Church of Ware was rebuilt in the late 14th century by the family of Joan of Kent, widow of the Black Prince and mother of King Richard II.

Cruise Along The River Lee

Take a cruise through the Lee Valley Regional Park, often described as one the prettiest stretches of the River Lee or from Ware to Harlow with its abundance of flora and fauna.

The Meads

A large nature reserve of grazed riverside flood meadow stretching from Hertford to Ware. Popular with walkers and cyclists this is a thriving natural habitat for birds, insects and rare wild flowers. Otters have also recently been seen.

By train from Ware station

  • Cheshunt - 16 minutes* (Overground Services)
  • Tottenham Hale - 31 minutes* (Victoria line underground)
  • London Liverpool Street - 45 minutes* (Central, Circle, Hammersmith, Metropolitan & TFL Rail)
  • Stratford London - 55 minutes* (London Overground, Central, Waterloo and City, Jubilee, Greater Anglia)
  • Times/ distances sourced from & google maps


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