David Wilson Homes - Canterbury Park, SG11
Exceptional four and five bedroom homes in a beautiful Hertfordshire village. Canterbury Park is in a rural location with the convenience of the market town of Ware and its station just 3 miles away. An excellent range of schools nearby and London just 45 minutes away by train, this is the location designed to bring you the best of everything. Our final home is now available. Arrange your viewing of this exceptional five bedroom family home today.
With Ware and Hertford there are coffee bars to meet with friends and restaurants for a wide range of food on offer as well as pubs to enjoy. The banks of the Lee offer relaxing walks or water sports including white water rafting or cruising along in a riverboat or take to the network of footpaths across the area and explore the pretty countryside.
There are a range of good and outstanding schools in Ware and Hertford at both primary and secondary level.
Your shopping needs are easily covered by the village store and supermarkets available further afield in Ware or Hertford. Between the two towns there is a good selection of local boutiques and national chains to choose from.
Close to the A10 London to Cambridge road, your new home is equidistant from the A1(M) and M11 motorways, whilst southbound the M25 London Orbital connects to the A10. Ware station is around 3 miles drive and has train services to London Liverpool Street and Hertford East. International travel is covered by Stansted airport with destinations across the continent.
High Cross lies to the northern edge of the county of Hertfordshire, an area renowned for its rural beauty. Surrounded by outstanding countryside, it is a haven for those who enjoy the outdoor life with bridleways, walking and cycling routes pervading through the area as well as water sports and activities focussed around the River Lea. Golf and a health spa are also close at hand in Hanbury Manor Hotel and Country Club
Exit the A10 at the A1170 junction to the north of Hertford/Ware and follow signs for Thundridge/Wadesmill. Continue north along the A1170 for around 1½ miles, through Wadesmill, continuing straight ahead at the mini roundabout by the Anchor Public House. You will now leave Wadesmill and as you approach the village of High Cross, you will see Canterbury Park on the right hand side.
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