Property Spotlight: A beautiful period home in the heart of St Albans’ Cathedral Quarter

PUBLISHED: 14:06 18 June 2018 | UPDATED: 14:17 18 June 2018

Lower Dagnall Street, St Albans

Lower Dagnall Street, St Albans


This smart, mid-terrace two-bedroom property is located on a sought-after residential street close to the centre of St Albans.

The sitting room has exposed timber floorboardsThe sitting room has exposed timber floorboards

The property offers a traditional layout, with a sitting room, dining room and kitchen to the ground floor.

The sitting room, to the front, is a pleasant and comfortable room, with exposed timber floorboards, clean, neutral décor and recessed LED lighting.

The kitchen, to the rear, features attractive cream units to wall and base level, solid block wood worktops, a Belfast sink and an integrated gas hob and oven as well as a full sized dishwasher.

The basement has been tanked and a concrete screed floor laid so provides useful storage space.

The family bathroom is on the first floorThe family bathroom is on the first floor

Upstairs there are two double bedrooms, both of which are pleasantly presented, with original fireplaces and exposed floorboards. There is also a family bathroom with a separate walk-in shower unit.

To the rear of the house there is a splendid south-facing garden, with a slate shingle seating area and plenty of plant life in the form of established shrubs, mature trees and flowerbeds.

There are two local pubs on the property’s doorstep, with the shops of the city centre less than a quarter of a mile away.

The property has a splendid south-facing gardenThe property has a splendid south-facing garden


Lower Dagnall Street, St Albans

Guide price £750,000

Strutt & Parker, 01727 840285,

The kitchen has a Belfast sink and a full size dishwasherThe kitchen has a Belfast sink and a full size dishwasher

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