Herefordshire has a population of 179,300 people and covers a total area of 2,180 km2 (840 sq mi). The average house price lies at £218,821 while the average rent stands at £525 for 1-4 bedrooms. The main housing type varies and depicts a good mix of terraced and semi detached housing. more
The county of Herefordshire is borders Shropshire to the north, Worcestershire to the east, Gloucestershire to the south-east, Gwent to the south-west and Powys to the west.
Hereford is not only the county town, but also a cathedral city. The cathedral was built in the 11th century and houses a widely known medieval map of the world and the Chained Library. Even more books can be found in “Town of Books”, Hay-on-Wye.
There are even more things that Herefordshire is well known for. The most famous exported good is the Hereford cattle. These beef cattle can be found all over the world.
Long rows of fruit trees are a picturesque attribute that defines the beautiful landscape of the county. Especially the apple and pear orchards are commonly thought of when picturing Herefordshire. Made from apples, cider is a widely know product of the county.
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|Largest County City:||Hereford|
|Population density:||82 / km²|