So why are millennials flocking to trendy places like Hertford? No longer the victims of the recession, nor reliant on the bank of mum and dad, ambitious millennials have made their way up the career ladder and their spending power is surging.
Generation Y want spacious, luxurious living that is close to the action. Walkability is key for this green-minded, lively generation.
Shunning cramped, traditional luxury locations on offer in bigger cities, this tech savvy generation are using their apps to find the kind of spaces that Lanes New Homes offer – stylish, high specification living in walking distance of Hertford’s restaurants, cafes, boutiques and nightlife.
Millennials love Hertford Brewery – uber cool and spacious, it has been stylishly, re-developed into 2,3- and 4-bedroom homes, using only high spec fittings and characterful, original features. Moreover, it is just a short stroll from great meeting places such Hartham Common, Hertford Theatre, and The Woolpack – a pretty riverside pub.
Those wanting the luxury town house vibe will be impressed with Station Gate. Beautifully designed, these pristine, 4-bedroom town houses, have high ceilings, bright, open living spaces and are flooded with natural light. Just a jaunt away, there are shops, pubs and restaurants galore.
Castle Mews are chic mews-style 2- and 3-bedroom homes. These are perfect for those who like a bit of history and a cool bar in the mix – historic Hertford castle is a stone’s throw away, as is the trendy Deco Lounge Champagne bar.
Millennials wanting both a short commute to the capital (45 minutes by train from Hertford East) and a social life on their doorstep also like stylish Station Gate. Two minutes away from the station, these roomy, Georgian style homes have a wealth of bars and restaurants within walking distance.
Lanes New Homes offer luxurious, millennial living from just £375,000.