• Cassidy and Tate Professional Outfit With Great Property MarketingCassidy and Tate's help sell my St Albans property. I was very impressed with the marketing, the photos they took made me want to stay they made the property look that good! Siobhan was very helpful t... read more.
  • An excellent sale and purchaseAn excellent sale and purchase experience - completed in just 5.5 weeks! - and made all the better and less stressful by the outstanding service and support from Graham, Siobhan and the team at Cassid... read more.
  • Highly recommend. Professional and efficient.Stuart at Cassidy and Tate was extremely helpful when we were selling our house in St Albans. Very professional photographs were taken and sensible selling price was given. We sold our two bed house a... read more.
  • Annette and HannahAnnette and Hannah have recently become our new property managers, we have been with another company for 5 years. Cassidy&Tate are totally different, I cannot believe the prompt efficient service, not... read more.
  • Great teamworkDavid, Duncan and team were fantastic throughout. Felt like I was working with friends throughout who had my back, and enabled a quick sale through to completion in order to meet my purchase timelines... read more.
  • Sales, purchase and lettings- great service!It has taken me a long time to review. Cassidy and Tate are pros, all are experienced and work hard to sell your home and most importantly to manage the process. I’ve used Cassidy and Tate for a pur... read more.
  • Exceptional service from the team!Exceptional service from the team at Cassidy and Tate. They listened to what I wanted and delivered to the highest level. Excellent communication throughout, very knowledgeable about the market and I ... read more.
  • Very quick/smooth buying processGreat experience with Duncan at Cassidy and Tate. Very smooth buying process that was tied up in about 2 months from start to finish. Duncan really helped with communications between the vendor and I ... read more.



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Wheathampstead is a rare haven of rural peace close to St. Albans, Harpenden and Welwyn Garden City with great communication links to London and Luton airport. The High Street with its local shops provides a focus for the community. It has an amazing history, sometimes referred to as “The First Capital”, its timeline stretches back 10,000 years. It includes many fascinating stories including a Celtic chieftain fighting off Roman invaders, a Lady Highwayman and a Polar Explorer from Scott’s ill-fated expedition to the South Pole. Wheathampstead has a rich historic heritage and in recent years has developed a Heritage Trail which is well worth exploring as it helps bring history to life. It has some 150 acres of open space and playing fields, making a trip to the village ideal for those who enjoy a crisp winter stroll. The spaces include two nature reserves – Butterfield and Marshalls Heath – and two County Wildlife sites – Bower Heath and Gustard Wood, The River Lea runs through the heart of Wheathampstead at the bottom of the High Street where it meets Station Road and there is a pub with one of the most intriguing names, The Wicked Lady. Its sign depicts a highwaywoman, complete with eye-mask, tricorn hat and pistol in her hand. Places of interest in and around Wheathampstead Shaw’s Corner – George Bernard Shaw lived here from 1906 until his death in 1950. It is a popular tourist attraction for those with an interest in the arts. You can see many of Shaw’s literary and personal belongings on show there including his Oscar and Nobel Prize. Devils Dyke- is a popular place for visitors to the village. The massive ditch is thought to have been constructed during the final part of the Iron Age and it was probably here that Julius Caesar defeated the British King called Cassivellavinus in 54 B.C. John Bunyan’s Chimney – is the only remnant of a cottage where John Bunyan, the author of The Pilgrims Progress, is said to have stayed and preached. St Helens Church – It is the most distinguished building in Wheathampstead with some sections dating back to the Saxons. The east end of the church dates from the 1230s, the tower from 1290 and the main building from the 14th century.

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