St Albans removals and Hertfordshire guide

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If you are moving to St Albans, you will probably appreciate having a handy guide to refer to as well as a reliable removal company to help with your move.

Property Prices:

Estimated price for a 2 bedroom apartment to rent
£780 – £1600 per month

Estimated price for a 4 bedroom house for sale
£325,000 – £1,650,000

Local Towns:

Childwickbury, Flamstead, Gorhambury, Markyate, Porters Wood, Redbourn, Sandridge, Colney Heath, London Colney, Jersey Farm, Marshalswick, Oaklands, Sandridge, Smallford, Tyttenhanger, Wheathampstead

Transport:

Bus to and from: North London, Welwyn Garden City, Hatfield, Luton and Watford + suburbs and shopping areas.
St Albans is just off the M1 and M10 (junction 7) while the M25 is about 2 miles south.

Rail travel: train to and from London’s St Pancras International Station in 20 minutes, Gatwick Airport in 1 hour 15 minutes, Brighton in 2 hours, and Bedford.

London Luton Airport is about 5 miles north of St. Albans

St Albans

St Albans Guide

St Albans is particularly renowned for its excellent schools which are, for many parents, a reason to move there in their own right. If Maple is very popular, other outstanding primary schools in the area include Bernards Heath, Fleetville, Aboyne Lodge, St Peter’s and the Abbey C of E. As for secondary schools, Sandringham and Beaumont are the most sought after.

For those who enjoy leisurely walks in all seasons, Verulamium Park is a must-see. The banks of its ornamental lake are perfect for a Sunday walk or a family picnic, and the site harbours a wide variety of water birds such as Herons, Swans, Mallards, Tufted Duckas and more. The park also features a leisure centre, with a swimming pool, a gym, a running track, a tennis court, fitness classes and a football pitch, as well as a golf course.

St Albans also offers great dining options, with hundreds of bars and restaurants to choose from. Whether you enjoy traditional cuisine, French delicacies, a Japanese meal, Indian restaurants or the occasional kebab, you’ll be sure to find the right place for a quick take-out or a fancy dinner.

If you are moving to St Albans, don’t miss out on the wealth of attractions the area has to offer. There truly is something for everyone. If you enjoy gorgeous architectural achievements, make sure to visit the city’s Cathedral and to learn about the interesting story of how it was built. For the curious minds, Butterfly World and the insect study centre are absolutely outstanding. Children will particularly love walking among the myriad of butterflies in the Tropical Butterfly House and learning everything there is to know about ants! The Roman theatre, Clock Tower, the Royal National Rose Society Gardens or Heartwood Forest are but a few of many of the remarkable attractions in or near St Albans.

St Albans offers many job opportunities for fresh graduates and executives alike. Many positions are available in a wide range of sectors and the entire area is growing.

If you like Georgian houses and impressive Tudor buildings, you will love living in this town founded on the ruins of an ancient Roman settlement, of which you can still admire the ruins and artefacts at the Verulamium Museum. St Albans, caught between a tumultuous past and a promising future, has something to offer to everyone and you will love to call it your home.

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St Albans removals

St Albans Removals

If you are searching for a reliable removal company to help you with your move to St Albans, look no further than Man and Van Removals in Hertfordshire, Buckinghamshire and North London. These professionals know the St Albans area like the back of their hand, and help make every move a pleasant experience. More than one man can help with your move, to speed things up. We carry tools for flat packing furniture, removals blankets, removals trolleys, first aid kit and GPS Satellite Navigation.