Property Spotlight: An Edwardian home in the popular Fleetville area of St Albans

PUBLISHED: 09:00 06 August 2019

Blandford Road, St Albans. Picture: Paul Barker Estate Agents

Blandford Road, St Albans. Picture: Paul Barker Estate Agents

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Brimming with original features, this Edwardian halls adjoining semi-detached house is located on one of Fleetville’s most sought after streets.

The 16'6The 16'6" x 14'7" master bedroom has two sash windows, one of which is a feature bay. Picture: Paul Barker Estate Agents

Originally a four bedroom property and latterly converted to a three-bed to provide a spacious bathroom, this fine home offers tremendous scope to reconfigure back and potentially also carry out a loft conversion (subject to planning permission and building regulations).

To the ground floor there is a lounge, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room and WC, while upstairs there are three double bedrooms and a family bathroom.

To the rear, the beautiful 82ft west facing garden has a patio area, lawn and freestanding summer house.

There is potential access to the rear garden from St Paul's Place, off Hatfield Road, with the option of off street parking (subject to council consent).

The 82ft rear garden faces west. Picture: Paul Barker Estate AgentsThe 82ft rear garden faces west. Picture: Paul Barker Estate Agents

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Blandford Road is wonderfully located within a mile of the mainline train station into St Pancras International.

Fleetville is a thriving hub of local shops, restaurants, services, two parks and highly sought after primary and senior schools, making this a great location for families.

The lounge has a feature fireplace with marble surround and a real flame gas fire. Picture: Paul Barker Estate AgentsThe lounge has a feature fireplace with marble surround and a real flame gas fire. Picture: Paul Barker Estate Agents

Property Facts

Blandford Road, St Albans

Guide price: £998,000

Paul Barker Estate Agents, 01727 223344, www.paul-barker.co.uk

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