South of St. Albans and northeast of Watford lies the high-brow village of Radlett.
This small village in Hertfordshire county is accented by many detached homes with large manicured lawns. The property size and an air of exclusivity have attracted affluent individuals from all over to settle and make their home in Radlett. Unsurprisingly, this soon caught the attention of many Londoners who are willing to trade in their glorified closet-sized apartments for more space in the country.
As a direct result of the sudden influx of high paid residents purchasing homes in the village, home prices have shot up significantly. For better or worse, Radlett is now known as a village for the affluent. These individuals are able to take the M1 straight to their offices and meetings in the city. For those with a bit less on the go, they can head over to the Radlett railway station and take the train right into the heart of the city.
The somewhat inflated prices sets Radlett apart from its neighbors in the region.
There are few, if any, businesses clamoring to set up shop in Radlett. However, that is not to say that there are no businesses in Radlett. Technically speaking, the high profile businessmen that live in Radlett are veritable businesses in and of themselves. They are the heads of departments and businesses and tend to do as much work from home as they do in the office.
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