Maybe you should try living in a stunning, upcoming new development of houses for sale in Brookmans Park, Hertfordshire. The development has been designed by amazing MH architects, they carefully thought out the layout and design of these homes to make them perfect for you.
Each of these homes has either 3 or four bedrooms, they also all have parking space and some have either a garage or car port. All of these homes are a detached, terrace or end of terrace homes. The homes are already fitted with certain appliances and styles for example the kitchen is a contemporary styled Watford kitchen. The home is also already provided with a full width mirror in the bath and many Bosch integrated appliances such as a washer, dryer, fridge and freezer as well as much more. The home is also fitted with an energy efficient central heating and hot water system.
The area is definitely family friendly with its low crime rates; which mean you would be part of a safe, caring village community. There are 3 schools close by which are Chancellors, Dame Alice Owen and Brookmans Park Primary school; all of which are high rated schools. 92% of Dame Alice Owens Most recent Year 11 leavers got 5A*-C grades on their GCSEs. The local bus service provides transport for the pupils of these local schools.
For transport there is the local 610 bus service. There is also the Brookmans Park railway station a two minute walk away which provides direct journeys to places such as Kings Cross; this journey is roughly 28 minutes long.
There is plenty of things nearby for the family to do either together or by themselves such as going to the a library if you like to read in peace, 204 acres of park land if you want to have a picnic together or just want to walk the dog. There’s also Gobions wood great for those who love fishing, as it has its own licensed fishing pond. There are also some fantastic nature reserves and a private members golf club; as well as Brookmans Gastro pub if you want to go out for a nice meal with your family. If you don’t fancy doing any of these then you can also get the train to Central London or Kings Cross, and find something there to do instead. Also nearby there’s shops if you need to get any food, there is a traditional butchers, fishmongers, bakery and a post office too.