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New homes in Bishop's Stortford

Stortford Fields

Hadham Road
Bishop's Stortford
Hertfordshire
CM23 2QB

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A brief introduction...

We have acquired a new piece of land at Stortford Fields and we are awaiting planning permission.

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In detail...

Find your perfect lifestyle at Stortford Fields, part of an enviable sustainable community which is set to include three new schools, shops, employment opportunities and open spaces. 

Nestled in rural Hertfordshire, these new homes in Bishop's Stortford offer the best of country living with great connections to London. 

The historic market town of Bishop’s Stortford offers plenty to see and do, including numerous clubs and societies and a range of sports clubs, including a badminton club, a beekeeping association and an angling society.

Winding its way through Bishop’s Stortford, you’ll find the Short Navigation. Historically, this was the main route for barge deliveries to Bishop’s Stortford. Nowadays, it makes for a lovely walk and is the perfect way to see all that Bishop’s Stortford has to offer. 

From a picnic on the banks of the canal to cycling down the towpath or exploring your surroundings, there’s plenty to see and do. Should you fancy a break from the canal, you’ll also find a shopping centre and the town centre nearby. 

Rhodes Arts Complex is the town’s largest music venue and has previously hosted international artists such as Midge Ure, The Beat and Ade Edmondson. If you’re looking for live music and arts, then Bishop’s Stortford is a great location, and the annual Stortford Film Festival features over 60 films. 

If you’re looking to relax and unwind, then Bishop’s Stortford also contains a number of great drinking spots, such as the 16th century Black Lion and The Star, which first opened in 1636.

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Bishop's Stortford boasts a long and interesting history, not least due to its position on the key Roman road to Colchester. The town was established in a ford, or a crossing point, on the river. Unusually, the River Stort is named after the town, which was known in Saxon times at Bishop's Esterteferd.

The impressive St Michael's Church stands in the heart of the town and largely dates back to the early 1400s. Historians believe there has been a church on the site since the seventh century.

With the glorious Hertfordshire countryside on your doorstep and the delights of cosmopolitan London and Cambridge within easy reach, the lifestyle offered by our new builds in Bishop’s Stortford provide plenty of choice for your free time.

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New houses in Bishop’s Stortford are loved by commuters. The town is located just west of the M11 motorway and is the closest sizable town to London Stansted Airport. Superb road and rail links make the rest of the country easily accessible. 

Bishop’s Stortford is only 30 miles from London, and it’s a 25-minute car ride to reach junction 27 of the M25 (via the M11). 

Many commuters use the Stansted Express, which takes around 20 minutes to reach Tottenham Hale and around 40 minutes to reach London Liverpool Street. For visits to local towns, the Stortford Shuttle and the Hadham Hopper are both available.

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