These new homes in Hertfordshire benefit from being within easy reach of London and surrounded by scenic countryside. With many towns and villages and excellent transport links to the surrounding area, it’s easy to see why so many are choosing to buy a new home in Hertfordshire.
With its diverse array of bustling towns and villages, easy access to beautiful countryside, and close proximity to London, Hertfordshire has everything you could possibly want from a home. Shopping centres in Watford, St Albans and Waltham Cross are some of the most popular in the county, and facilities for entertainment, sports and leisure are plentiful. Hertfordshire’s many vibrant towns with strong commercial centres also means that work opportunities are strong, as is the general infrastructure and volume of schools and colleges for all ages.
For nature lovers, Hertfordshire has much to offer with many parks and open spaces, including the National Trust Dockey Wood in Berkampstead and the 5,000-acre Ashridge Estate in the Chiltern hills bordering with Bedfordshire. More centrally to the county is Knebworth House with its huge park, beautiful gardens, a playground and dinosaur trail offering historic days out for the family and providing a very famous film set for many best selling movies and TV series.
Our new homes in Hertfordshire benefit from some excellent road and rail links around the county and beyond. The major roads here include the A1(M), A10, M1 and M25, which all provide links to popular areas, such as Northampton, Cambridge, Oxford and Central London. And with these roads connecting to a great deal more, you can reach a huge number of locations by car for business or pleasure.
Anyone searching for Hertfordshire properties will find the train services to be regular and reliable. Commuters around the county can get into London easily, as well as to some major towns, including Watford, Hatfield and Hemel Hempstead. And with such good train connections, a vast number of other parts of the south can be easily reached.
Travel by bus in and around the county is also simple, as there is an extensive network of regular buses. Major towns and villages alike can be easily reached by bus, making getting around a simple task. It’s travel connections like these that will mean you’re living in a very well-connected part of the south of England.
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