Hertfordshire has to be one of the most desired places in England to move to, with green open spaces, an array of pubs and countless quirky coffee shops in each town.
Although the county may not seem that big, there are towns, cities and villages to choose from and not one is the same.
Some village pockets have has A-list celebrities call their home and few may even still be living there.
Whether they were born and grew up here, or moved to the county with their family, Herts seems to appeal to many celebrities.
We have put together a list of all the villages tucked away in Herts, with notable faces you may bump into one day.
Brookmans Park is a village in Hertfordshire, located between Hatfield and Potters Bar, in the district of Welwyn Hatfield.
The area is arguably best known for its BBC transmitter station.
Brookmans Park is becoming an upmarket village and a desirable place to live with luxury homes and a great village community atmosphere.
Some residents have included former N-Dubz singer and X Factor judge, Tulisa.
Also, sailor Michael Perham and ex-Tottenham striker Martin Chivers.
Barley is a small village hidden in the north of the county, in Royston.
The place-name refers to a lea or meadow and not to the grain-producing plant.
Barley has been home to great scientists, soldiers, politicians, actors, artists and religious leaders, but most notably, singer Sam Smith who grew up in the village.
They worked in the Barley Stores shop as a teenager before rising to international fame.
Sam Smith now lives in a leafy area of Hampstead in North London.
Hadley Wood is an expensive area which lies on the border of Hertfordshire and Greater London to the south of Potters Bar.
A famous face who previously lived in the area was Cheryl who moved here when she married professional footballer Ashley Cole in 2006.
Dating way back to 1974, comedian Spike Milligan also moved to a huge mansion near Hadley Wood.
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Wheathampstead is a very small village in St Albans with a close community atmosphere.
Over the years, the likes of Nick Payne, Nick Halling and William Beach Thomas have lived here.
Famous faces who have lived there include TV presenter and sports journalist Nick Halling, author and journalist William Beach Thomas and playwright Nick Payne.
Kings Langley is a historic village which lies to the south of Hemel Hempstead, which has King Richard II buried there and was also once a Roman settlement.
Notable celebs who have come in and out of the village include ITV The Chase presenter Bradley Walsh, who lived in Breakspear Road – he’s now said to live in Watford.
Other people include former British swimmer Judy Grinham, professional darts player Mark Walsh, and former footballer Manuel Almunia.