The Paddocks in Hemel Hempstead by Catalyst
Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire, HP1 2UJ
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3 & 4 bedroom houses
£530,000 - £540,000
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The Paddocks is a collection of 2 and 4 bedroom homes located in the pretty village of Bourne end. With access to captivating countryside walks, the popular market town of Berkhamsted only minutes away, and central London within easy reach, The Paddocks offers village living with access to an abundance of facilities on your doorstep.
By car: The M25 is just an 8 minutes' drive away from The Paddocks and is also under half an hour drive from Luton Airport.
By train: Get to London Euston Station from Hemel Hempstead station in under half an hour. Arrive at Milton Keynes Station in under an hour. Bourne End's location is remarkably convenient, whether you're a country lover or a commuter in need of tremendous transport links.
Bourne End is on the eastern edge of Chilterns Area; of Outstanding Natural Beauty, which has more than 2000km of well-signposted walks, horse-riding and cycle routes to get the best out of the charming country side.
To keep active, enjoy clubs, and venues for all major sports- football, cricket, rugby, tennis, hockey, squash, badminton and more within a mile in each direction of the Paddocks.
In the village of Bourne End, locals are spoilt for places to socialise. The oak-beamed Anchor, the 15th century White Horse, the Watermill Hotel, and the Three Horseshoes just across the canal, all serve well-regarded food and drink. Locals with can socialise with friends over good food and company.
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