Property Spotlight: A five-bed family home in St Albans for £800,000

Verulam Road, St Albans

Verulam Road, St Albans - Credit: Archant

This rarely available five bedroom character property is presented over four floors and has the added benefit of being offered with no onward chain.

The dining area opens out onto the rear garden

The dining area opens out onto the rear garden - Credit: Archant

The attractive, bay fronted property is in the heart of the St Albans old conservation area, providing excellent access to the city centre, the stylish Cathedral quarter and within walking distance of the mainline train station.

The property comprises of two separate reception rooms which maintain the original charm and character with features such as sash windows, exposed brick fireplaces, decorative picture rails and coving. There is a kitchen/breakfast room to the rear and stairs leading down to a basement that would be an ideal play room, study or home cinema.

The first floor comprises of four well-proportioned bedrooms and a family bathroom with a staircase leading to a bedroom in the converted loft space with cloakroom.

Externally, the property is equally as impressive with a sizeable, south facing, rear garden.

There is a kitchen/breakfast room to the rear of the property

There is a kitchen/breakfast room to the rear of the property - Credit: Archant


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PROPERTY FACTS

Verulam Road, St Albans

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£800,000

The property has a large rear garden

The property has a large rear garden - Credit: Archant

Frost’s, 01727 861166, www.frosts.co.uk

One of the two ground floor reception rooms

One of the two ground floor reception rooms - Credit: Archant

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