Property Spotlight: The much anticipated Gabriel Square development on London Road, St Albans

PUBLISHED: 08:17 11 May 2017 | UPDATED: 08:17 11 May 2017

The development consists of 80 new homes

The development consists of 80 new homes


This unique, modernist development is conveniently located between the City station and the town centre.

Prices start at £475,000 for a one-bed apartmentPrices start at £475,000 for a one-bed apartment

Developer Meyer Homes has partnered with leading international architectural and design practices, Benson & Forsyth and Conran and Partners, to design the townhouses and apartments that they hope will redefine contemporary design-led living in St Albans.

The development consists of 80 new homes – 28 one and two-bed apartments and duplexes and 52 three and four-bed townhouses.

The properties boast secure underground parking, Poggenpohl kitchens and Control4 smart homes technology. Additional features include underfloor heating, roof terraces, balconies and gardens.

Each property is designed to allow residents to immerse themselves in a comfortable and spacious environment of public and private-access lawns set against a backdrop of evergreens, dynamic planting and art installations by award-winning sculptor, David Harber.

Each property boasts a Poggenpohl kitchenEach property boasts a Poggenpohl kitchen

Recalling the iconic layouts of grand Georgian and Victorian garden squares across the UK, the central space of Gabriel Square has been designed as a place in which residents can meet and interact.

Gabriel Square: a loo with a viewGabriel Square: a loo with a view

Property Facts

Gabriel Square, London Road, St Albans

Apartments and duplexes from £475,000; Townhouses from £1,195,000.

Collinson Hall | 01727 843222 |

The garden square includes a mix of public and private access lawnsThe garden square includes a mix of public and private access lawns

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