Property Spotlight: A fine period home on one of St Albans’ best streets

Hill Street, St Albans

Hill Street, St Albans - Credit: Archant

This substantial Georgian property is set in the heart of the conservation area close to St Michael’s village, the city centre and well regarded schooling.

Two reception rooms have combined to create an impressive entertaining area

Two reception rooms have combined to create an impressive entertaining area - Credit: Archant

Retaining numerous period features, this handsome period home provides generous and well-presented accommodation arranged over two floors.

The first and second reception rooms have been opened up to create an impressive family and entertaining area which leads to a peaceful seating area with skylight, currently used as a reading room. Steps lead down to the dining room which, in turn, leads directly into the fitted kitchen.

On the first floor there are three double bedrooms, two of which benefit from modern fitted wardrobes.

The family bathroom is fitted with a modern three piece suite and there is a separate guest WC on the ground floor.

The property is set in the heart of the conservation area

The property is set in the heart of the conservation area - Credit: Archant


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Outside to the rear, there is an established garden which has a westerly aspect.

Hill Street is widely considered one of the prettiest roads in the conservation area. The house types reflect building styles of the Georgian and Victorian eras. From the first floor there are far-reaching rooftop views of the conservation area.

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In summary, a superb house with a sought after yet quiet address.

The city centre is a short stroll from Hill Street

The city centre is a short stroll from Hill Street - Credit: Archant

PROPERTY FACTS

Hill Street, St Albans

Guide price £925,000

Ashtons | www.ashtons.co.uk | 01727 819666

The garden has a westerly aspect

The garden has a westerly aspect - Credit: Archant

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