Top 3 half a million pound homes in St Albans

St Peter's Street, St Albans town centre

St Peter's Street, St Albans town centre - Credit: Archant

St Albans: one of the few places in the country where a £500,000 property budget would be considered modest. Here are three of the best half a million pound homes currently for sale, and they’re all within a 10-minute stroll of St Peter’s Street.

Market Place, pictured during the St Albans Food and Drink Festival

Market Place, pictured during the St Albans Food and Drink Festival - Credit: Archant

New England Street

This charming Victorian cottage enjoys a picturesque location in the Old Conservation Area, overlooking the Brickie park. The 671 sq ft house has a private driveway, rear garden and two double bedrooms, and benefits from period features including an exposed brick fireplace.

New England Street

New England Street - Credit: Archant

Collinson Hall | 01727 843222

Opus House, Charrington Place

Opus House, Charrington Place

Opus House, Charrington Place - Credit: Archant


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Located close to the City station in the relatively new Charrington Place development, this fifth floor leasehold apartment has lift access and balconies to the kitchen, lounge and both bedrooms. Measuring 726 sq ft, the property comes with a secure underground parking space and is available chain-free.

Space Estates | 0800 023 5231

Milliner's Court, Lattimore Road

Milliner's Court, Lattimore Road - Credit: Archant

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Milliner’s Court, Lattimore Road

This spacious three bedroom, three storey end of terrace townhouse is part of a gated development, and is available for sale with no upper chain. Located between the town and the City station, the 971 sq ft freehold property has two bathrooms and two allocated parking bays.

Putterills | 01727 898150

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