Situated in the picturesque riverside village of Stanstead Abbotts in Hertfordshire, located approximately five miles from the county town of Hertford, Hunters opened their High Street office in 2015 and quickly established themselves in the area quickly specialising in the sales, lettings and management of properties along the A10 corridor from Cheshunt to Puckeridge, including the Market towns of Hoddesdon, Ware and Hertford plus the surrounding Villages.
With the house prices in Stanstead Abbots currently at around £380,000 and a one bedroom apartment typically starting from about £175,000, there is a large demand for property in the village, due in part to St Margarets Station which can get you into Liverpool Street within 40 minutes. There is also a great need for good rented accommodation from tenants which means that there are great investment opportunities for landlords offering good “Yields” and capital growth.
Hunters Stanstead Abbots have a dedicated team of staff that can help you with any of your property related requirements from renting or buying your first home, purchasing investment properties right through to the sale of large village & country homes. They also believe in working closely with other property professionals and as such have established strong links with a range of 'mortgage brokers' to provide our clients with totally independent financial advice.
Hunters are members of the Ombudsman of Estate Agents (TPO) and the National Approved Letting Scheme (NALS) which means that we are committed to the highest standards of professionalism and are registered with the Deposit Protection Service (DPS) for the security of our tenants and landlords.
Adrian Fallart, Franchise Partner, comments:
“I have been in and around the Hertfordshire property market for over 25 years, starting as a junior estate agent in the county town of Hertford and now running a successful Hunters Estate Agents in Stanstead Abbotts. I have let, managed and sold property all over Hertfordshire from the area that I currently work to Wheathampstead where I owned and managed a lettings & estate agents to Watford and surrounding areas where my company acted as a marketing agent for one of the largest property management companies in the country.”
With a growing portfolio of properties in the Hertfordshire area I would only use Hunters Stanstead Abbotts to market them and recommend you do the same.Mr T, Stanstead Abbotts
I have used other agents in the past to manage my properties but have found Adrian and Karen at Hunters Stanstead Abbotts to be the best and couldn't recommend them highly enough.Mr D, Stanstead Abbotts
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VAT Reg No: 877 9789 21 | Registered No: 04875462 | Registered Office: 54 High Street, Stanstead Abbotts, Hertfordshire, SG12 8AG.
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Most commonly known as 'Stanstead Abbotts' the Village itself is actually made up of two Parishes that of Stanstead Abbotts and Stanstead St Margarets, each with their own Parish Council and the latter being the name of the main line station which takes many commuters into Liverpool Street. The border between the two villages being that of the River Lea.
For what is essentially a large village there are a good number of shops and businesses from boutique Hairdressers to a Co-Op convenience store which also has a separate Post Office. This means that village residents can easily access all of their day to day requirements without the need to travel outside the village.
The traditional local industry however is that of the malting’s with Barley produced locally which could be turned into turned into the finest malt. The River Lea historically provided an efficient means of transporting large quantities of malt to the major breweries of London. The malting industry has declined over the years but Stanstead Abbotts still boasts a working Maltsters with French & Jupps, a long established local family business.
The High Street has a significant number of historical buildings at the end of which is “The Clock House”, although it is now a listed residential property it was once a Grammar school, founded in 1635. Due to the Maltings history of the Village there are still well established Inns one of which, The Red Lion, dates back to 1538, and which started life as a monastery. There are two churches in the parish of St Andrews, being the main parish church of Saint Andrews and Saint James, and one church in the parish of St Margarets, being Saint Marys. Stanstead Abbotts is also in close proximity to the village of Hunsdon which was once the home of King Henry VIII who resided at Hunsdon House.
There are many great places to buy and rent in and around Stanstead Abbotts with an array of different types of property from the River Meads apartments at “The Maltings” with their individual styles to the more conventional flats of Lee Close, Sanville Gardens and “The Granary”. If you’re looking for a larger home take a look at the lovely houses on Lawrence Avenue or if you’re lucky enough to get the opportunity the “Riverside” Cottages offer something really special. All of which are within easy reach of the High Street and St Margarets station.