Property Spotlight: A unique listed home on historic Fishpool Street, St Albans

PUBLISHED: 08:30 13 July 2020 | UPDATED: 10:17 15 July 2020

Fishpool Street, St Albans. Picture: Druce

Fishpool Street, St Albans. Picture: Druce

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This stunning six bedroom Grade II listed character home is located on picturesque Fishpool Street, within St Albans’ historic old conservation area.

41 and 43 Fishpool Street have been combined to create this six-bed family home. Picture: Druce41 and 43 Fishpool Street have been combined to create this six-bed family home. Picture: Druce

43 Fishpool Street - which is believed to date from approximately 1580 - has been sympathetically merged with Grade II listed 41 Fishpool Street, formerly The Queen public house.

The family home incorporates a wealth of features, including exposed beams and period fireplaces.

It provides six bedrooms, three bathrooms, four reception rooms, a large cellar and a double garage, plus additional parking for two cars.

To the rear, there is a secluded, south-facing garden measuring approximately 100ft.

Character features abound, including exposed beams and period fireplaces. Picture: DruceCharacter features abound, including exposed beams and period fireplaces. Picture: Druce

The property is ideally placed for the city centre’s amenities, including St Albans Abbey, Verulamium Park and the mainline station, and also enjoys easy access of the M1 and M25 motorways.

Property Facts

Fishpool Street, St Albans

One of the property's six bedrooms. Picture: DruceOne of the property's six bedrooms. Picture: Druce

Guide price: £2,000,000

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There is a double garage, plus additional parking for two cars. Picture: DruceThere is a double garage, plus additional parking for two cars. Picture: Druce


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