6 Melbourn Street
Royston, situated on the borders of Hertfordshire and Cambridgeshire, offers the individual character and charm of a traditional market town.
It was nearly 2,000 years ago that the Romans constructed Ermine Street running north from London to York and Lincoln. It became one of the most important Roman roads in the country, and Royston has grown at its intersection with Icknield Way, another Roman road built on the line of a prehistoric highway along the chalk ridge from Salisbury Plain to East Anglia.
Royston has excellent public transport links with a mainline train station offering express services into London Kings Cross or Cambridge, bus services offering commuter services to London or Cambridge, and National Express services to the majority of England.
The town has much to offer, On the outskirts there is a Tesco supermarket development, whilst the town centre is well served by public houses, restaurants, cafes and takeaway facilities, as well as a range of traditional shops.
Thomas Morris Sales and Lettings occupies a Grade II listed building on Melbourn Street situated above the mysterious Royston Cave, a man-made cave believed to date back to the 13th century with unknown origins. The office opened in 1999 and is rated as the best estate agent in Royston by customer review site allagents.co.uk.
“I have received consistently excellent service and advice all through the selling process. There have been a number of complications with the sale and in each case the staff have been quick to respond to the challenges and positive in their approach. They have listened carefully to my requirements, and those of our buyer, and done thei...”