Property Spotlight: The ‘oldest registered house in St Albans’

Crispin House, Holywell Hill, St Albans

Crispin House, Holywell Hill, St Albans - Credit: Archant

Crispin House boasts over 3,500 sq ft of flexible, bright and well-presented family accommodation arranged over four floors, with original features throughout.

The large sitting room boasts triple aspect windows

The large sitting room boasts triple aspect windows - Credit: Archant

Believed to be the oldest registered house in St Albans, the property is Grade II listed and has had numerous uses over the years including as a hostel, an inn and a shop before being converted into the welcoming residential property it is today.

To the right of the entrance hall is a large sitting room which boasts triple aspect windows, beautiful wood flooring, exposed beams and a feature fireplace. There is also a library/dining room, a well presented kitchen/breakfast room and a cloakroom.

To the first floor is a spacious master bedroom with en suite shower room, plus three further bedrooms and a bathroom as well as a family bathroom on the second floor. The first floor also boasts a large sitting room which could be used as a bedroom. The basement includes a store and studio which could be used as a games room or play room.

Crispin House includes a walled courtyard garden to the south, paved with York stone and flanked by raised borders. A gateway provides access to a shared private parking area.

The well presented kitchen/breakfast room has enough space for a table and chairs

The well presented kitchen/breakfast room has enough space for a table and chairs - Credit: Archant


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Crispin House, Holywell Hill, St Albans

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Guide price: £1,295,000

The property is packed with period features

The property is packed with period features - Credit: Archant

Strutt & Parker, 01727 840285, www.struttandparker.com

One of the property's fine bedrooms

One of the property's fine bedrooms - Credit: Archant

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