Home of the Week: Sweet Briar Mews, St Albans

PUBLISHED: 10:00 26 September 2016 | UPDATED: 11:22 26 September 2016

Sweet Briar Mews

Sweet Briar Mews


The final phase of stylish three bedroom townhouses within Sweet Briar Mews launched at the weekend.

The homes are finished to a high standardThe homes are finished to a high standard

Located off Victoria Street, this select city centre development of beautifully designed properties incorporates a high quality specification with designer graphite grey kitchens, seamless Corian worksurfaces and breakfast bars complemented with Smeg appliances, pendant lighting and coloured glass splashbacks.

The spacious open plan living space is flooded with natural light from the floor to ceiling doors, windows and roof lights.

A bathroom at Sweet Briar MewsA bathroom at Sweet Briar Mews

It is finished to an exacting standard, with large Porcelanosa ceramic floor tiles opening onto a private landscaped garden, ideal for entertaining.

An ash staircase complemented with a glass and stainless steel balustrade leads to the first floor, which offers two spacious bedrooms, a laundry and a stunning family bathroom.

The master suites come complete with city viewsThe master suites come complete with city views

The second floor master suite, with rooftop views over central St Albans, boasts a large bank of integrated wardrobes and cleverly designed storage solutions with a superb en-suite shower room.

The three remaining homes all benefit from allocated parking, a high standard of finish and a surprisingly quiet location within the city centre.

For commuters, the mainline station is also within easy walking distance.


Sweet Briar Mews, Victoria Street, St Albans

Guide price £825,000

Aitchisons | 01727 855556 | www.aitchisons.co.uk

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