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Presenting Martindale Fields, a stunning collection of twenty-one contemporary 2 and 3 bedroom family homes in the Warners End neighbourhood of Hemel Hempstead. Available with just a 5% deposit with the Help to Buy Scheme*.
These are homes with bold modern exteriors, and interiors that deliver all you could wish for in a comfortable, inviting family home. All have a good-sized private garden which you can reach from your open plan kitchen/living room.
The location has been chosen with convenience in mind. Two neighbourhood centres are within eight minutes' walk, providing small supermarkets, community centres, pubs, churches and a youth club. With Hemel Hempstead's busy town centre just one mile away, and the station only slightly further, Martindale Fields will meet every requirement for perfectly located, well-connected living.
Living/Dining Room 5.3m x 5.0m / 17'4" x 16"6'
Kitchen 3.5m x 2.7m / 11'7" x 8'10"
Bedroom 1 5.0m x 3.4m / 16'6" x 11'1"
Bedroom 2 4.4m x 2.7m / 14'5" x 9'0"
Bedroom 3 5.0m x 2.9m / 16'6" x 9'6"
Out and about in Hemel Hempstead
You could say that Hemel Hempstead is a tale of two towns. The picturesque Old Town has a colourful collection of buildings dating from Tudor times, with the spire of St Mary's Church presiding over it all. The Old Town Hall is now a theatre presenting a wide repertoire of drama, dance, film and family shows, and Gadebridge Park is the town's green oasis with a historic walled garden.
Restaurants of all kinds proliferate in the High Street - including Indian, Thai, Italian and Turkish - while the shops are generally independent businesses. The Old Bell pub dates from the early 18th Century and extends a warm welcome with classic pub food.
Hemel Hempstead's more modern side offers two shopping complexes, The Marlowes and Riverside, where the brands on offer include Debenhams, Waterstones and Marks and Spencer.
Kids Stuff - Schools and Entertainment
Schools are always an important consideration. Those close to Martindale Fields all have a 'good' Ofsted rating and include: John F Kennedy Catholic School, Micklem Primary School, Galley Hill Primary and Nursery School, Potten End Church of England Primary School, St Cuthbert Mayne Catholic Junior School and Gade Valley Primary School.
For the weekends though Hemel Hempstead has many fun facilities to keep everyone active and entertained.
XC is an extreme sports facility based at Jarman Park, with an indoor concrete and wooden skatepark which allow skateboarders, BMXers, skaters, and scooter riders to push their skills to new limits. There is also an impressive 60m wide x 14m high climbing and bouldering wall, an indoor caving system and a high ropes obstacle course situated 12m above the ground.
Planet Ice Hemel Hempstead is a welcoming ice rink that's ideal for active families to come and get both their ice and roller skate on!
Hemel Hempstead Leisure Centre has a wide variety of fitness options including a gym, group fitness classes and swimming. Alongside all this, you can enjoy a game of squash, play football or relax and refuel in their café.
Up for a game of laser tag? Head out to Quasar and have a go at the world's only multi-theme Quasar laser tag arena! With great futuristic action and a sprinkle of competitiveness, the whole family will have a blast.
You can even brush up your winter sports technique at The Snow Centre, which has the uk's longest indoor ski tuition slope, and where the white stuff is of course guaranteed.
Country walks can start in town, by following the towpath of the Grand Union Canal. There's a 3 mile route from Hemel Hempstead to Berkhamsted, taking you past watercress beds and some very nice pubs. Alternatively, you could head for Apsley Marina, where the old mill buildings are now cafés and bars.
There's plenty in store for family days out. Whipsnade Zoo and Langleybury Children's Farm are sure to delight animal lovers, while the Harry Potter Experience at Warner Bros Studios in Leavesden is a magical adventure for fans.
If you'd rather be outside, there are 5,000 acres to explore on the National Trust's Ashridge Estate. Dockey Wood is part of this wonderful wild landscape, producing an ocean of bluebells in spring. Tring Park is another wide open space, managed by the Woodland Trust to offer visitors waymarked walks and breathtaking views, as well as family-centred activities. Dunstable Downs is also a high vantage point, where the Chilterns countryside can be surveyed as you follow circular walks across the grasslands. Don't forget to take a picnic - and a kite!
Hit London in just half an hour
Take the train from Hemel Hempstead for the shops, shows and sights that draw visitors from all over the world. If you work in London too, it's a comfortably quick commute - reach London Euston in 26 minutes. The station is about 8 minutes* by car from Martindale Fields, and there's some parking for cars and bicycles.
*Help to Buy is available on selected plots only up to the value of £600,000, subject to qualifying criteria.
Photography is from the 3 bedroom Show Home at Martindale Fields.