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Home to Elizabeth 1, Samuel Ryder, George Bernard Shaw & Henry Moore. Hertfordshire is a county located in southern region of England. It borders London to the South, Cambridgeshire to the North east, Buckinghamshire to the West and Bedfordshire to the North.
Viewed as one of the best places to live, Hertfordshire consists of 10 districts, Broxbourne, Dacorum, East Hertfordshire, Hertsmere, North Hertfordshire, St Albans, Stevenage, Three Rivers, Watford, Welwyn Hatfield.
These new homes in Hertfordshire are located near a host of activities available, with the history of Hatfield House, Knebworth or the Ashridge Estate. The stunning simplicity of the Henry Moore Foundation Sculpture Gardens at Penny Green. Take in rural and remote country views at Therfield Heath or visit Pitstone Mill, the oldest windmill in England at Ivinghoe Beacon. Enjoy the World of Butterflies or join a conservation activity at the RSPB nature reserve at Rye Meads.
If you are looking for a place where open sophisticated country living can be achieved with smart gastro-pubs and trendy retail shops, the county of Hertfordshire has much to offer.
There are some excellent schools within Hertfordshire. With both primary and secondary schools performing extremely well across the board, this county is also well served with independent schools making it an ideal location to raise a family. Many young families move to the area to get their kids into these very popular schools.
Located directly north of Greater London , road and rail links are excellent. Majority of towns in the county form part of the London commuter belt. Rail lines run into Euston, St. Pancras, Kings Cross, Moorgate or Liverpool Street, dependent on which side of the county you are. Rail and road links are good to the East Midlands and North East, so it is a convenient area for those with family or business interests in that direction.
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