Home of the Week: Harriet Heights, Goldsmith Way, St Albans

PUBLISHED: 09:39 14 July 2016 | UPDATED: 09:56 14 July 2016

The communal gardens are mostly laid to lawn

The communal gardens are mostly laid to lawn

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Harriet Heights is situated within an exclusive and prestigious modern development in Goldsmiths Way, St. Albans.

The feature high ceiling in the lounge comes complete with spot lightingThe feature high ceiling in the lounge comes complete with spot lighting

A secure and well-managed two double bedroom apartment, it is for sale with a guide price of £550,000.

The ground floor apartment spans approximately 975 square feet of living space, merged with lavish fittings and fixtures such as high ceilings, feature length windows, security entry systems and tasteful decor.

The kitchen includes an integrated washing machine, dishwasher and microwaveThe kitchen includes an integrated washing machine, dishwasher and microwave

The living accommodation combines the lounge, dining room and the kitchen over two levels with a mezzanine that draws in the afternoon sun from the feature length window. The kitchen is fitted with luxurious units complimented by composite tops and integrated appliances.

The shower room to master bedroom and bathroom are fitted with a range of high quality sanitary and chrome mixer fittings.

The feature mezzanine floor overlooks the loungeThe feature mezzanine floor overlooks the lounge

Quality continues outside with well-tended, landscaped grounds, including lawn and planted areas.

The apartment has allocated private parking and is being offered to the market chain free.

The stylish bathroom has tiled flooring and an overhead showerThe stylish bathroom has tiled flooring and an overhead shower

Cassidy & Tate | 01727 809504 | www.cassidyandtate.co.uk


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