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The county of Hertfordshire, the set of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice, is one of the smallest counties in East England. It is largely non-metropolitan and the county town is Hertford. Its surrounding metropolis and beautiful countryside scenery give it a perfect balance for the residents, as well as the visitors of the county. The old market towns are rapidly becoming vigorous modern towns, but the peaceful English landscapes aren't far away. Hertfordshire's illustrious lush backdrop has merited it the title of the 'Green Belt' of England. Hertford is the largest and most well-equipped town in the county, but most towns have adequate public services = transport, health and education. Its close proximity with London connects it to the rest of the country quite efficiently. The residents and visitors of Hertfordshire have a splendid assortment of historic and modern attractions to choose from, as well as an array of other leisure and sporting activities. Find your new home in Hertfordshire today.