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  • Address
  • Chancellors
  • 178 Marlowes
  • Hemel Hempstead
  • Hertfordshire
  • HP1 1BH, UK
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  • Monday to Friday: 8:30am - 8:00pm
  • Saturday: 10:00am - 3:00pm

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  • Monday to Friday: 9:00am - 6:00pm
  • Saturday: 10:00am - 3:00pm
  • Sunday: Closed
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Robert Bixby

Regional Director, Hemel Hempstead Branch

Jessica Hodgson

Regional Director, Hemel Hempstead Branch

  • Address
  • Chancellors
  • 178 Marlowes
  • Hemel Hempstead
  • Hertfordshire
  • HP1 1BH, UK
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Located on the edge of Greater London close to the Chiltern Hills, Hemel Hempstead has traditionally been popular as a commuter town and stopping point on the journey between the capital and the industrial heartland of the Midlands.

Hemel Hempstead Town

The town’s proximity to London and easy access to the UK motorway network have seen businesses flock to the area. It has a burgeoning IT and telecommunications sector, but is also home to a diverse range of employers, from fashion retailers like ASOS and Next to multinationals such as BP and Amazon.

Despite the wealth of businesses, Hemel Hempstead offers plenty of green space. When working on plans for the development of the town in the mid-20th century, architect Geoffrey Jellicoe said he wanted to create a “city in a park”. This vision can be seen to this day in areas such as Gadebridge Park – Hemel Hempstead’s largest green space – and the Jellicoe Water Gardens.

With its fantastic transport links and abundant greenery, it’s easy to see why there is so much interest in houses for sale in Hemel Hempstead.


Transportation in Hemel Hempstead

With the M1, A1(M), M3, M4, M11, M25 and M40 motorways all within a 30-mile radius, Hemel Hempstead offers excellent road transport links to all parts of the UK.

What’s more, Hemel Hempstead station – located a mile south of the town centre – is part of the West Coast Main Line, served by frequent connections between London Euston and the Midlands. Euston can be reached by rail in around half an hour, while connections to Birmingham New Street take as little as an hour-and-a-half.

Hemel Hempstead Train Station


Primary and secondary schools in Hemel Hempstead

Hemel Hempstead is home to six state secondary schools and three independent fee-paying schools, as well as a campus of the Watford-based West Herts College.

Each of the state secondaries has its own specialism. For instance, Adeyfield School is a business and enterprise college, while Cavendish is a specialist sports college and Hemel Hempstead School specialises in the performing arts, maths and science.


History of Hemel Hempstead

The roots of Hemel Hempstead can be traced as far back as Roman times. Traces of the town’s Roman past can be seen to this day, including a well-preserved burial mound in the Highfield area.

It began to rise in prominence in the mid-to-late 18th century, owing to its key position on the shortest route between the capital and the industrial heartland of the Midlands. The important Sparrows Herne Turnpike Road and Grand Junction Canal both ran through Hemel Hempstead, while the London and Birmingham Railway came to town in 1837. When the Midland Railway also built a branch line, the town became increasingly popular with London commuters, prompting the development of new villas and houses.

After World War II, the government found itself struggling to rehouse London residents and businesses who lost their properties during the Blitz. One of the solutions was the development of several nearby “new towns”, including Hemel Hempstead. This led to the construction of new homes in the Adeyfield area, followed by an overhaul of the town centre.

Redevelopment of the town centre as envisaged by architect Geoffrey Jellicoe was largely finished by 1962, after which a series of expansion plans were drawn up. Jellicoe’s vision for the town revolved around creating a series of village-style residential areas, each with its own shops, pubs and services – a system that can still be seen today.

The Marlowes Shopping Centre


Things to do in Hemel Hempstead

From shopping and eating out, to gorgeous green spaces and historic buildings, there’s plenty to see and do in and around Hemel Hempstead. Some of the highlights include:

  • The Marlowes Shopping Centre
  • The Snow Centre
  • The XC Skate Park
  • Warner Bros Studio Tour London
  • Frithsden Vineyard
  • Gadebridge Park
  • The Old Town
  • Piccotts End Wall Paintings


How to get to Hemel Hempstead

  • By road: The middle of Hemel Hempstead is just a five-minute drive from both the M1 and M25 motorways, leaving the M1 at Junction 8 or the M25 at Junction 20.
  • By rail: Hemel Hempstead station is on the West Coast Main Line, with regular services running to London Euston, Milton Keynes Central, Northampton, Tring and East Croydon.

Chancellors Hemel Hempstead Estate and Lettings Agents 

If you are considering buying or renting in Hemel Hempstead, our experienced estate agents can support you every step of the way. Through our years of service in the area, we have developed a glowing reputation based on professionalism, integrity, and outstanding customer service. Our property experts will work tirelessly to help you find your ideal property. Chancellors also offer services for landlords and for those who are selling in the Hemel Hempstead area.   

Our branch in Hemel Hempstead is in the heart of the town centre at 178 Marlowes, located just a short distance from Riverside Shopping Centre and around a mile from the Hemel Hempstead station. The office is open Monday to Saturday, and we are available to take your call from 08:30 – 20:00 Monday to Friday, and 10:00 – 15:00 on Saturdays. Alternatively, you can email us with any questions you may have. 

Our range of services includes:  

  • Free, no-obligation market appraisals 
  • Extensive portfolio of residential and commercial properties 
  • Land and new homes  
  • Property management support 
  • Expert investment and market advice 

Trust Chancellors to provide an outstanding level of service, tailored to your bespoke needs. 

Which Areas Do You Cover in the Hemel Hempstead Area? 

Chancellors operate throughout Hemel Hempstead and the surrounding areas around Hertfordshire. With detailed knowledge of the property market in the area, Chancellors can help you find your dream property in this beautiful area of south-east England.   

We cover the following areas:  

  • Bourne End 
  • Pincotts End 
  • Great Gaddesden 
  • Adeyfield 
  • Highfield 
  • Gaddesden Row 
  • Water End 
  • Cupid Green 
  • Pimlico 
  • Apsley 
  • Bovingdon 
  • Flaunden 
  • Kings Langley 
  • Abbots Langley 
  • Boxmoor 
  • Bedmond 

The Town of Hemel Hempstead 

Hemel Hempstead is a large town with plenty to offer. Just 24 miles northwest of London, Hemel Hampstead is a happening town offering good schools, strong community ties and a number of magnificent green spaces. Hemel Hempstead is a popular location for families looking to settle away from London, as well as those looking for a commuter town to live in. 

Essentially, Hemel Hempstead is two towns in one: the old town and new town. The old town, situated north of the new town, is one which will charm those fond of the traditional old English town feel. Antique shops, cottages and a characterful high street are to be found here. 

In the new town, you will find plenty of slick, modern apartments and an altogether more 21st century feel. 

There are a number of in-demand properties to view in the Hemel Hampstead area, ranging from beautiful family homes, to impressive modern-build apartments offering great living for professionals.  

Chancellors has an extensive portfolio of properties for viewing in the area. Our team are on hand from Monday to Saturday to answer any questions you may have about buying, renting or selling property in Hemel Hampstead.   

For more information on the properties available, as well as more general information about the Hemel Hampstead area, please do not hesitate to get in touch.  

Why Should I Hire Chancellors Estate Agents in Hemel Hempstead?  

Here at Chancellors, we are dedicated to providing an exceptional level of service and helping our clients reach their desired outcome. Our dedication, professionalism and unrivalled expertise is what makes us stand out. We are one of the most respected estate agents in Hemel Hampstead and the wider Hertfordshire region.  

We have a number of properties available to suit every budget. Our team will take the time to understand your circumstances and requirements, before drawing up a list of suitable properties for your consideration.  

If you are considering buying, selling, letting or renting property in the area, why not get in touch with our Hemel Hampstead branch today?