Top 3 homes...in the ‘Woods’

Bricket Wood, St Albans - this home is up for £950,000 from Carter Hayward

Bricket Wood, St Albans - this home is up for £950,000 from Carter Hayward - Credit: Archant

Bricket, How and Gustard Wood - just three of Hertfordshire’s forest-themed areas. Take a look at our pick of the best homes in these so-called woody areas...

This home on Lamer Lane, Gustard Wood, is priced at just under £2.5m

This home on Lamer Lane, Gustard Wood, is priced at just under £2.5m - Credit: Archant

Hazel Road, How Wood, Park Street

Guide Price £889,950

An attractive five bedroom detached family home approaching 2500 sq ft tucked away at the end of a cul-de-sac. The property occupies a large plot and is situated in the popular location of Park Street within walking distance of How Wood station. Further benefits include five reception areas, a large conservatory linking the rear reception accommodation, and delightful views over the generously sized gardens.

Aitchisons | 01727 629082 | aitchisons.co.uk

Hazel Road, How Wood, which is in Park Street

Hazel Road, How Wood, which is in Park Street - Credit: Archant


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Bricket Wood, St. Albans

£950,000

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A character chalet set in three quarters of an acre. Originally built 100 years ago with more recent extensions, this delightful property includes four good size bedrooms, a superb lounge, a separate dining room, a kitchen/breakfast room and a utility room. Outside is a variety of shrub and flower borders, rhododendron bushes and mature trees. There is a small wooded area with a patio and garden shed.

Carter Hayward | 01923 909049 | carterhayward.co.uk

Lamer Lane, Gustard Wood

Guide Price £2,495,000

Discreetly positioned at the end of an extensive private drive is this impressive coach house with a generously proportioned annexed accommodation and a comprehensive amount of home office/studio space, set in beautiful grounds exceeding 3 acres. With just one neighbouring house, the property occupies an idyllic private setting out of public view, with a magnificent walled gardens that back on to Mid Herts Golf course.

John Curtis | 01582 934112 | johncurtis.co.uk

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