One in four of the homes sold at a major new Harpenden development have been snapped up by people moving out of the capital.
Opting to buy instead of rent in Hertfordshire could benefit homeowners to the tune of more than £850,000, according to a new study.
A fifth of Britons won’t answer the door to anyone they’re not expecting, a new study has revealed.
The Tyttenhanger Park estate near St Albans has been sold to a private purchaser for £4.7 million.
Which local properties would you most like to take a look inside?
We’ve already tested your knowledge of St Albans pub locations, now it’s time to see how familiar you really are with Harpenden and Batford’s boozers.
The first homes have been reserved at the new Oaklands Grange development off Sandpit Lane.
We love a quirky home story, and in the last week alone I’ve read about a man who lives in a horse box and a couple who turned a former Hovis lorry into a special sort of motorhome so they could travel the world.
There’s a real live nightmare on Elm Street for UK homeowners who are struggling to sell – and their spooky address may be to blame.
Give your skin, lungs and mental health a helping hand by filling your home with foliage and flowers.
A new property development, known as the Welcombe House collection, is to open to the public next month.
I love Google Street View. As brilliant as it is for current images, taking a virtual step back in time and checking out what’s changed is by far the best value use for it.
St Albans’ Gabriel Square may not be for everyone in terms of appearance and asking price, but its public outside space was a reason for anyone living locally to be cheerful.
The last decade has seen a massive amount of change in central St Albans, with many empty sites being regenerated and countless office blocks being turned into flats.
High-end estate agency chain Fine & Country has launched in St Albans.
Could you find your way from the Farriers Arms to The Farmer’s Boy, or would you struggle to locate either hostelry?
With a guide price of £4 million, this week’s property spotlight has a steep price tag even by St Albans standards.
With the new school year in full swing and talk of getting our big coats out now the weather’s turned chilly, the next logical step is to start thinking about Christmas.
The Putterills branch in St Albans has appointed a new manager.
Britain’s poshest streets have been revealed – and one of them is in Hertfordshire.
Do you live in the best house in St Albans? A TV company needs you – and your home – if so!
Another week, another round of analysis insisting that the St Albans area has everything Londoners need.
Several Hertfordshire towns and cities have featured on a new list of ‘sweet spots’ for commuting families, thanks to their speedy rail links and great schools.
House prices in St Albans crept up by 0.7 per cent in July, contributing to a rise of just 0.5 per cent year-on-year.
How would you describe St Albans? “A buzzy little city”, maybe, or “staid and middle class”?
St Albans Museum + Gallery has been shortlisted for two Hertfordshire Building Futures Awards.
Hatfield has been named as one of the worst places in the UK to buy investment properties aimed at students.
Here in Herts we’re blessed with many fabulous homes, from multi-million pound mansions to character-packed flats and more quirky conversions than you could shake an old electricity substation at.
A period property bordering St Albans’ Gabriel Square development is being converted into three homes, all of which will benefit from access to the scheme’s outside space.
Property developer Crest Nicholson is hosting a ‘hard hat’ event at the Lancaster Grange development in Bricket Wood this weekend.