About Statons Estate Agents in Radlett
Our Radlett office covers a wide range of areas in and around Radlett including Radlett, Elstree, Aldenham, Bushey, Shenly, Letchmore Heath and surrounding areas.
Highly respected in the area, our history within Radlett is long-standing. We have helped many of those living locally to move home. We are proud to be consistently recommended, due to our strong and devoted team, each selected for their personality and expertise, who are wholly committed to providing the best they can for each and every one of our clients.
Our cohesive approach across our branches, including Totteridge, Barnet, Hadley Wood, and Brookmans Park, benefits our clients daily. Communicating consistently with each other and our suppliers ensures we continue to provide a service true to the Statons ethos.
Living in Radlett
Prestigious area, popular with commuters, fantastic schools
This small town is blessed with glorious greenbelt countryside and fast train routes to London. There is a wealth of amenities and activities close to hand but it is often the quality of education that is the deciding factor for many looking to make Radlett their home.
Why is Radlett popular with commuters?
Being less than 5 miles from the M25 and M1, as well as providing good access to the A1 trunk road make this a great location for commuters. Radlett train station connects to St. Pancras in under half an hour, and the Thameslink services provide access to Luton, St. Albans, and Kings Cross. Luton Airport is around 17 miles away and Heathrow and Stansted can both be reached in under an hour.
There are many schools within a 5-mile radius of Radlett. Popular with local families due to their Ofsted reports and reputation are Hertsmere Jewish Primary, St. John’s Church of England Infant and Nursery School, Newberries Primary and Fair Field Junior School. For private education we can recommend Haberdashers’ Aske’s boys and girls schools, Edge Grove and Radlett Preparatory.
The beautiful landscape
With around 175 acres of woodland and surrounding picturesque villages there are plenty of places to walk and explore. The town as it stands today was created at the end of the 19th century. In 1948 the Summer Olympics was held in London and the marathon raced through Hertfordshire, including Radlett.
Only a couple of miles away is Aldenham Country Park: 100 acres of beautiful countryside. With lakeside walks, a farm, adventure playground and even the 100-Acre Wood, home of Winnie the Pooh and friends, there is plenty for all the family to enjoy. Why not take a walk or run around the Alderham Reservoir and nature trail - perfect to get away from the daily pressures.
Living in Radlett
Watling Street has a wonderful selection of stores as well as pubs, restaurants and cafes. Battlers Green Farm is on the outskirts of Radlett and is described as a rural shopping village offering a unique shopping experience. As well as the much loved farm shop, there are also more familiar stores such as Osprey.
The Radlett Centre is a 300-seat theatre which hosts a varied programmed of events, from musicals, comedy, children’s productions and even lectures and seminars. There are a wide range of clubs and societies for both children and adults including golf, cricket, lawn tennis, squash, bowls as well as music and drama. Less than 5 miles away is the Warner Bros. Studio, home to the world famous Harry Potter tour.
Finding a home in Radlett
As one of the UK’s most affluent areas, you will find a variety of multi-million pound detached homes, in Radlett as well as Victorian cottages and red brick houses. The area does attract the more discerning buyer and once you have visited Radlett you will understand why.