Nov
08
2017

John Facer

Helpful, businesslike and supportive.

Nov
04
2017

Maurice & Betty Sage

We found the team very pleasant, informative and reassuring and would thank them for their help.

Nov
02
2017

Anonymous

From our first conversation regarding selling our property to completion, Ashtons have been very professional, friendly and helpful. They have kept us up to date...

Oct
25
2017

Anonymous

Ashtons are the only agent I'd ever deal with. They've sold all of my houses for me over the last 10 years and genuinely care...

Oct
18
2017

M J Gallagher

Very helpful and courteous.


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Ashtons Village and Country Office


Office address

48 High Street, Redbourn, AL3 7LN
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Robert Ash

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About Redbourn

Ashtons specialist office is based in High Street, Redbourn and caters for clients in north-west Hertfordshire and south Bedfordshire.

Redbourn was,for a long time, the centre of a farming community and for a time had a successful watercress business on the River Ver's water meadows. Just south of the village, Redbournbury Mill, a recently restored watermill, produces flour.

Redbourn Cricket Club was formed about 1823, but records show organised cricket was played on Redbourn Common some eighty years earlier. Some Hertfordshire County histories record cricket being played on the Common in 1666 making the village one of the oldest recorded cricketing locations in England.

Redbourn featured prominently in an episode of the popular TV property programme Location, Location, Location on 5 August 2009. The presenter Phil Spencer was lavish in his praise for the village describing it as "quite possibly one of the cutest villages I've ever seen". He also commented on "the fantastic village green". "People move here because of the special feel of the village and its amenities".

Just out of the village towards Harpenden lies Redbourn Golf Club, one of the most popular in Hertfordshire. Redbourn has an eclectic mix of property, the High Street featuring many fine period buildings lining either side of what was once the Roman road to London. Behind the High Street is Redbourn common with many imposing properties framing the Common and cricket pitch.

Further north lies the enchanting village of Flamstead and beyond that the larger village of Markyate which offers a wide range of properties from modern apartments and starter homes through to period listed buildings.


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