Hertfordshire towns covered by our home staging services
Abbots Langley is 1½ miles east of Kings Langley and is a large village situated between the larger towns of Watford and Hemel Hempstead, and close to the Roman town ofSt Albans.
Harpenden is a large commuter town located between St Albans and Luton and around 31 miles from London.
Hatfield is 20 miles north of London and is connected to the capital via the A1(M) Motorway. Direct trains run to London King’s Cross, Finsbury Park and Moorgate, providing quick access to the capital.
Hemel Hempstead was designated as a new town just after the Second World War to alleviate overpopulation in London. Hemel Hempstead is 24 miles northwest of London and part of the Greater London Urban Area.
Letchworth is situated in North Hertfordshire between the towns of Hitchin and Baldock. Letchworth was the world’s first Garden City.
Radlett is located in the council district of Hertsmere and is covered by two wards, Aldenham East and Aldenham West, it is also just inside the M25.
Redbourn is a village situated 3 miles from Harpenden, 4 miles from St Albans and 5 miles from Hemel Hempstead. Redbourn was voted Hertfordshire Village of the Year in 2002.
St Albans is situated west of Hatfield and east of Hemel Hempstead, around 19 miles north of London and 8 miles southwest of Welwyn Garden City. It is an ancient Roman town, with an historic Abbey and the spectacular Verulamium Park, with it’s Roman Wall, Museum and lake.
Stevenage is a town situated to the east of junctions 7 and 8 of the A1(M), and is between Letchworth Garden City and Welwyn Garden City. It expanded in size greatly during the post war period and is an important location for the aerospace industry.
Watford is situated 17 miles northwest of central London and is just inside the M25 motorway.
Welwyn was established in 1920 as one of the first garden cities in the country. Welwyn is located approximately 20 miles from Kings Cross, London.