Property Spotlight: A Grade II listed Georgian townhouse in St Albans

PUBLISHED: 11:03 12 March 2019 | UPDATED: 11:25 12 March 2019

College Street, St Albans. Picture: Savills

College Street, St Albans. Picture: Savills

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This elegant Grade II listed Georgian townhouse is situated in one of St Albans’ most desirable locations.

The stylish interior features solid wooden floors and original fireplaces. Picture: SavillsThe stylish interior features solid wooden floors and original fireplaces. Picture: Savills

Presented in an elegant and stylish manner, it seamlessly mixes modern fittings with period features, including solid wooden floors and original fireplaces.

The accommodation is set over five floors and has been carefully modernised to create a fabulous family home.

There is a beautifully crafted bespoke fitted kitchen with central island, a master bedroom with walk in dressing area and en-suite plus three further bedrooms set over the top two floors

There is also a modern bathroom with twin sinks, spa bath and television, a low maintenance landscaped garden and private off-road parking for two vehicles.

There is a low maintenance landscaped garden to the rear of the property. Picture: SavillsThere is a low maintenance landscaped garden to the rear of the property. Picture: Savills

Property Facts

College Street, St Albans

Guide price £1,950,000

The bespoke fitted kitchen has a central island and seating area. Picture: SavillsThe bespoke fitted kitchen has a central island and seating area. Picture: Savills

Savills, www.savills.com, 01582 465000

The accommodation is spread over  2,135 sq ft. Picture: SavillsThe accommodation is spread over 2,135 sq ft. Picture: Savills

The master bedroom has a walk in dressing area and en-suite. Picture: SavillsThe master bedroom has a walk in dressing area and en-suite. Picture: Savills

There are three further bedrooms on the top two floors. Picture: SavillsThere are three further bedrooms on the top two floors. Picture: Savills

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