Property Spotlight: A converted pub on one of St Albans’ most beautiful streets

PUBLISHED: 12:38 08 November 2017 | UPDATED: 13:04 08 November 2017

Fishpool Street, St Albans

Fishpool Street, St Albans


This substantial Grade II listed character home is located in the heart of St Albans’ old conservation area.

The 30ft kitchen/dining/family room opens out onto the gardenThe 30ft kitchen/dining/family room opens out onto the garden

Adjacent to St Michael’s village and close to Verulamium Park and lakes, this fine period home - part of the Black Lion Inn, which was converted a few years ago into three residential dwellings - offers around 2100 sq ft of accommodation arranged over three floors.

The historic building has been sympathetically restored and enjoys a wealth of character features, including exposed timbers, beams and fireplaces.

The accommodation briefly comprises of an enclosed entrance lobby, which leads into a magnificent 30ft sitting room with feature fireplace, 30ft kitchen/dining/family room across the rear with access to the garden, rear lobby, cloakroom and utility.

On the first floor are two bedrooms, both with en-suite facilities, and on the top floor a further two bedrooms, again both with en-suites.

The private landscaped garden features mature planting and shrubsThe private landscaped garden features mature planting and shrubs

To the rear of the property is a private landscaped garden with mature planting and shrubs, with gated access to the communal driveway area accessed via electric gates from Branch Road where there are two private parking spaces and a storage shed.

Character features include exposed timbers and beamsCharacter features include exposed timbers and beams


Fishpool Street, St Albans

Guide price £1.75m

Hamptons | 01727 400031 |

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