Shared Ownership in Hertfordshire
Explore affordable Shared Ownership properties and developments in Hertfordshire.
As one of the Home Counties, you might have thought Hertfordshire would be unaffordable. However, a Shared Ownership property means that living in this beautiful part of England is possible and without compromise. Whether you’re a single professional moving to the area, a young family who needs more space, or want to get onto the property ladder, a Shared Ownership home could be for you.
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Hertfordshire in the East of England is a popular place to live due to its mix of countryside and towns, as well as its proximity to London and major airports. The county enjoys excellent travel links to the capital, great shopping, and entertainment in urban areas including Stevenage, Watford and St Albans.
Residents have not only beautiful green spaces to enjoy nearby, there are also lots of attractions to visit. From St Albans Abbey, where the Magna Carta was initially drafted, to modern-day landmarks like Elstree Studios in Borehamwood where Star Wars was filmed.
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The Chiltern Hills are home to neo-gothic Ashridge House and estate, both now run by the National Trust.
The house was built on the site of a 13th-century priory, and before boundaries were changed, the boundary between Hertfordshire and Buckinghamshire ran through its dining room.
The White Water Centre in Waltham Cross is a fantastic place for water sports enthusiasts. There are activities for everyone, including canoeing, paddleboarding, kayaking and whitewater rafting.
Grade II listed Knebworth House has been the home of the Lytton family since the 1400s. Its current residents often use the Tudor gothic house and grounds for filming, and large concerts have been held there since the 1970s.
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Hertfordshire offers schools for all ages, from primary through to colleges and sixth form centres. There is a choice between comprehensive education and independent private schools as well as specialist schools for children with additional needs. These schools include Hockerill Anglo-European College in Bishop’s Stortford, Samuel Ryder Academy in St Albans, and Bournehall Primary School in Bushey.
Hertfordshire has excellent road and railway connections making it a perfect place to commute to the capital. International airports, Stansted and Luton, are in the nearby counties of Essex and Bedfordshire.
Public healthcare is provided by the Herts Valleys, East and North Hertfordshire clinical commissioning groups. Hospital care is provided by West Hertfordshire Hospitals NHS Trust and ambulance services by the East of England Ambulance Service.