Award-winning Martin & Co are now open in the heart of Hertford. This exciting new branch reinforces Martin & Co as a Letting Agent of choice throughout the area. Hertford as the county town with its historical heritage has continuallly proven to be a winner for landlords and tenants alike.
The Martin & Co Letting Agents Hertford office is centrally located within historical Bluecoats, close to Hertford East station and immeadiately opposite Tesco.
We recognise every Landlord and Tenant is different. Whether it's landlords looking for a maximum return on investment or ensuring the right tenant is placed in a much valued asset, we promise to deliver a comprehensive and flexible service that suits our customers - not us.
The difference between us and other estate agents in Hertford is our commitment to support and knowledgeable staff.
Similarly, tenants do not always want to take the first property offered, but need a property that suits their needs. Priorities may include a preferred school, proximity to major transport links or simply the size of property. Both landlords and tenants also want security of rent protection and this is something we take very seriously.
Don't forget to ask about our Martin & Co Promise, rent guarantee scheme, which is second to none.
The success of Martin and Co Hertford Letting Agents can be directly attributed to its dedicated lettings and property management team. Our friendly supportive staff has exceptional knowledge of Hertford and the surrounding areas. Please feel welcome to pop in and meet the team who are always happy to offer the benefit of their expert advice.
At Martin & Co not only do we have a great choice of properties and expert knowledge of the local market, but we also go the extra mile to ensure that the entire process is as hassle free as possible.
Remember not all lettings agents are the same!
Hertford has been the county town of Hertfordshire since Saxon times when it was governed by the king's reeves. By the 13th century, these had been replaced by a bailiff, elected by the burgesses. Charters of 1554 and 1589 established a common council of eleven chief burgesses and a bailiff. Another charter of 1605 changed the bailiff's title to mayor. In 1835, Hertford became a Municipal Corporation; the ratepayers elected twelve councillors, who chose four aldermen, aldermen and councillors composing the council.
Since 1974, Hertford has been within the East Hertfordshire district of Hertfordshire.The headquarters of Hertfordshire County Council's is at County Hall in Hertford. East Herts District Council's offices almost adjoin County Hall, and there is also a Hertford Town Council based at Hertford Castle. Hertford serves as a commuter town for London, and has two mainline stations.
There are numerous schools in Hertford: these include The Sele School, Richard Hale School and Simon Balle School at secondary level. A number of private schools include St. Joseph's In The Park, Duncombe School and Haileybury College in Hertford Heath.
A Tesco store occupies part of the former Christ’s Hospital Bluecoat Girls School, which closed down in 1985. Waitrose can be found in the centre along with Boots and WH Smith, Marks and Spencer are on the edge of the centre and Sainsbury’s plans to build a new store on part of the McMullen iconic Victorian brewery building.
Hertford stands out from other "Clone towns” due to the high number of independent shops in the town, predominantly a variety of boutiques and salons. Monsoon, Starbucks, Costa Coffee, Nero’s and Cafe Rouge have all established stores in the town.