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Redbourn is frequently in the news for all the right reasons. It regularly scoops a prize in the County Councils village of the year competition, having won the title outright in 2002. Professional househunter Phil Spencer, presenter of Channel 4s property show Location, Location, Location absolutely loves the place. He famously said it was quite possibly one of the cutest villages he’d ever seen. It has a fantastic village green. People love it. They move here specifically because of the feel of Redbourn and all its amenities.
Properties for sale and rent in Redbourn
Redbourn is one of our busiest villages and there’s a regular flow of houses available for sale and rent, all of which can be viewed at our local office on the High Street or online using our property search tool. There’s also a selection of current properties available as you scroll down this page.
Sell or rent your house in Redbourn
If you have a property in Redbourn that you’re considering either selling or renting then you’ve come to the right place. Our dedicated team of professionals will assist you through every aspect of selling or renting your property from valuation through to completion – you can read some of our satisfied customers’ comments on our about us page or read our reviews on Reference Line.
If you’d like an idea of what your property could be worth for either sale or rent then feel free to use our free instant online valuation tool. There’s no obligation of course, simply use the tool to get an idea of what you could achieve from your property in Redbourn.
Estate Agent in Redbourn
If you have any questions, or would simply like to chat through your options, please contact our Redbourn Branch Manager Stuart Lee today on 01582 793116, send him an email, or pop into the office at 69 High Street, Redbourn.
Redbourn junior school received an outstanding rating from Ofsted at the most recent inspection in 2008. The judges reported: The exceptional quality of the teaching, curriculum and the care, guidance and support all contribute to the outstanding progress that pupils make both in terms of their academic standards and their personal development. At the village infant and nursery school, the Early Years Team received Hertfordshire’s Quality Standards Award.
Fast trains from Harpenden Station, a couple of miles away, reach St Pancras International in 25 minutes. Also close by is the M1 which links with the M25 just north of Bricket Wood.
The Brownies, Beavers and Scouts. Golf, Football, Tennis and Cricket Clubs. Folk club and St Mary’s Choir. Various exercise classes take place including yoga and pilates. The Hub cycling group meet on the third Sunday of every month at 9.15am.
The village has been settled at least since Saxon times and it is recorded in the Domesday Book. Its parish church, St Mary’s, was built in the early 12th century. Around fifty years later a small priory was founded half a mile away on Redbourn Common, after the abbot of St Albans Abbey decided to hallow the ground.
To the southwest of the village just beyond the motorway is the site of an Iron Age hill fort called the Aubreys. To the north of the village is the site of a complex of Roman temples.
In the 16th century the manor of Redbourn belonged to the Reade family: Sir Richard Reade, formerly Lord Chancellor of Ireland, on his death in 1575, left a bequest for the upkeep of the parish.