Property Spotlight: A manor house and farm buildings with development potential in Redbourn

PUBLISHED: 09:00 24 October 2017

St Agnells Farm, Lybury Lane, Redbourn

St Agnells Farm, Lybury Lane, Redbourn


St Agnells Farm is an attractive residential holding with an impressive Grade II listed manor farmhouse, located on the northern outskirts of Redbourn.

The land is predominantly in arable productionThe land is predominantly in arable production

The imposing four-bed farmhouse has generous accommodation and numerous original features including wooden panelling and window shutters. It also has a separate one bedroom annex currently used by the owner to run a profitable bed and breakfast enterprise.

The house sits in extensive lawned gardens with attractive flower beds and impressive mature trees.

The four-bed farmhouse is located on the northern edge of RedbournThe four-bed farmhouse is located on the northern edge of Redbourn

The courtyard to the front of the house offers ample parking space and additional brick built outbuildings with tiled roofs comprising a coal/wood store and a former stable/storeroom. The traditional farm buildings offer opportunities for commercial or residential conversion.

The land is predominantly in arable production with smaller grass paddocks around the farmstead.

The local area offers excellent schooling, leisure and shopping facilities in St Albans and Harpenden, which are both around five miles away.

The farm is for sale by Private Treaty, as a whole or in two lots.


St Agnells Farm, Lybury Lane, Redbourn

Guide Price: £2,195,000

Robinson & Hall | 01234 351000 |

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