Situated in the heart of the Abbey Conservation Area with views of St Albans Abbey and overlooking Romeland Garden is this charming 18th Century Grade II Listed cottage. This characterful home offers a wealth of original features typical of the properties age with accommodation over three floors.
The house is approached via stone steps, with the front door opening into a lobby, which leads to the living/dining room. An impressive Inglenook fireplace forms the focus of the room and a door leads to the kitchen with a range of wall and base units and integrated appliances. On the lower ground is a further reception room with additional storage. On the first floor are two bedrooms and the family bathroom. Throughout the house there is a good level of storage and some delightful original features including both brick and beam and flint and brick walls.
To the rear of the property is a private courtyard garden with a view towards the Abbey.
The historical city of St Albans provides for a comprehensive range of shopping, restaurants and leisure facilities. For the commuter, there is a train link to London St Pancras International and Kings Cross with interconnecting Eurostar service direct to Brussels, Paris and Amsterdam. The M25 is available at junction 21A connecting to the national motorway network. The surrounding countryside provides for an abundance of leisure activities including walking, riding, numerous golf courses, leisure centres and many areas of historical interest.
Local Authority: St Albans District Council 01727 866100