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Sandridgebury Court forms part of an elegant Grade II Listed Georgian Country house situated just outside the village of Sandridge, on the northern outskirts of St Albans. Converted many years ago into three separate dwellings, this fine period home has been in the same ownership for over thirty years and at one time in the ownership of the family of Princess Diana.
With over 3000 sq. ft. of accommodation arranged over three floors, this substantial residence offers a wealth of period features throughout to include deep sash windows, fireplaces, panelling and french windows. The accommodation is well balanced with an impressive 23ft x 17ft reception hall with fireplace and stairs to the first floor, large sitting room with double doors to a separate dining/family room opening into the garden, and interconnecting with the kitchen/breakfast room, again opening to the garden via full height french windows. On the lower ground floor is a further reception/study with a door and steps up to the garden, store room and boiler room. On the first floor are five bedrooms, two en-suite and a family bathroom.
Situated on the edge of the thriving village of Sandridge, which benefits from a local shop, busy farm shop and three well regarded pubs. Just around the corner and adjacent to Sandridgebury Stables is 'John the Butcher', well renowned in the local area. The historic city of St Albans is but 2 miles away, with its many shops and amenities, and the mainline rail link to St Pancras International (18 mins on a fast train). M1, A1, M25 motorways are all within convenient driving distance. Luton, Stanstead and Heathrow airports are all within an hours drive. There is also a wide variety of state and public schooling available in the nearby area.
Approached via an impressive driveway through mature grounds and hedging, this beautiful country house is steeped in history, having been a schoolhouse at some point and converted in the C20th century into the three separate dwellings. Sandridgebury Court is the middle of the three, with a very well maintained 120ft garden to the rear backing onto pasture and Heartwood Forest in the distance (the largest new native forest in England). To the front of the building and set to the side is detached double garage and driveway parking for several cars.
Large reception hall
lower ground floor study and storage/boiler rooms
beautiful 120ft garden
double garage and further parking
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