34 Wigmores North
Welwyn Garden City
Monday - Friday 8:30am to 6:00pm
Saturday 9:00am to 5:00pm
Sunday 10:00am to 2:00pm
Putterills of Hertfordshire (Welwyn Garden City) Ltd. Registered in England, No: 04417234. Registered Office: Lewis House, Great Chesterford Court, Great Chesterford, Essex, CB10 1PF.
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Adam started his Estate Agency career over 15 years ago, previously working at John Lewis, therefore demonstrating high standards of customer service. With a wealth of management experience and an organised approach, clients benefit from such expertise. Adam lives in Welwyn Garden so his local knowledge is second to none. He exhibits drive and enthusiasm, a trademark of Putterills’ employees!
Mark has been working within Estate Agency in Hertfordshire since 1980, and living within the county since birth. He aims to ensure the company maintains its reputation as one of the most forward-thinking pro-active agencies in the area. He is renowned for giving frank, professional advice in a friendly manner.
The Welwyn Garden City branch of Putterills Estate Agents specialise in houses for sale and property to rent within the vicinity of Welwyn Garden City, including the small surrounding towns, villages and suburbs of Burnham Green, Digswell, Hertford, Knightsfield, Lemsford, Letty Green, Old Hatfield, Panshanger, Tewin, Tewin Wood, the West Side and Welwyn Village.
We have been serving the Welwyn Garden City area with professional estate agency and letting agency services for over 25 years and would very much look forward to working with you in order to successfully facilitate and complete the sale of your house, property or home and can even help you let your property.
Welwyn Garden City was built soon after the First World War according to the vision of Sir Ebenezer Howard, founder of the Garden City movement. Howard planned ‘a town designed for healthy living’ where people could live, work and raise their families away from congested cities. People coming to live here would enjoy working and living within easy reach of the countryside and have their own gardens and open spaces. These ideas later inspired the 1946 New Towns Act and towns that followed.
Today, the population is over 42,000 and Howard’s name lives on with the main town centre thoroughfare named Howardsgate and the modern indoor shopping complex The Howard Centre. Great attention has always been paid to landscaping, with residential and commercial areas laid out along tree lined roads. The neo-Georgian style town centre has a large department store and many branches of major chain stores.
The town has developed into a thriving international business centre where many influential companies enjoy the advantages of a quality location.There are excellent leisure facilities including the 126 acre Stanborough Park containing boating and sailing lakes. Gosling Sports Park is a superb venue for cycling, athletics, squash and tennis. It also has a ski-slope and golf driving range. There is an 18 hole public golf course at Panshanger as well as a Welwyn Garden City private golf club. The Campus West Arts and Conference Centre has an indoor theatre, indoor roller –skating rink and conference facilities.
Parkway in the town centre is the jewel in the crown with its famous fountain built for the Coronation in 1953, majestic close cut lawns and colourful embroideries of flowers. Maurice de Soissons in his definitive history of Welwyn Garden City, ‘A Town Designed for Healthy Living’, said, “To walk in the Garden City today is always the best way to appreciate it.”Welwyn Garden City has excellent road links courtesy of the nearby A1(M) which provides rapid access to the wider road network. London is approximately 20 miles to the south, with Luton and it’s airport less than 15 minutes away. There are frequent train services to London (29 minutes), Cambridge, Peterborough and other local towns.
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