Hertford in recent years has become an increasingly well heeled town with a thriving café and shopping culture. With its pretty Victorian terraced streets, outstanding schools and independent businesses it is fast becoming a popular destination to live, work and raise a family.


Harlow offers excellent transport connections to the capital: it’s just a 38-minute train ride from Harlow’s two stations to Liverpool Street and the M11 is just a few minutes’ drive away, connecting you with East London and the M25 to the South and Cambridge to the North. But there are plenty more reasons why Harlow is regarded as one of the South East’s best locations for commuters.


Ware offers a traditional high street lined with a wide range of shops and boutiques. There are many unexpected delights here, including the countryside setting which are some of the best in the Home Counties with the River Lea attracting beautiful wildlife.


Bengeo is a desirable town set on a hill overlooking Hertford and surrounded on all sides by beautiful rolling countryside. Reached via a picturesque and winding road called Port Hill that climbs from Hertford's northwest corner up and through the centre of the town.


Hertingfordbury is a highly desirable village location set within the rolling Hertfordshire countryside. Situated 1 mile west of Hertford beside the river Mimram with roughly 250 residents, Hertingfordbury is proof that if you head off the beaten track, you can unearth hidden gems, and this pretty little village doesn’t disappoint.


Hertford Heath is a beautiful and charming village situated just on the outskirts of Hertford, and is ever so popular for homebuyers moving to the area. There is a mixture of different styles of properties, from Victorian cottages to detached new build houses, flats to bungalows, there is something in Hertford Heath that suits everyone’s needs.


On the outskirts of Hertford are the rural and picturesque villages of Brickendon and Bayford, that offer quiet living with beautiful countryside views. Set within Broxbourne woods, there are an abundance of footpaths and bridleways, and are not so overburdened with modern developments preserving the charming features of the villages.