Property Spotlight: The ‘oldest registered house in St Albans’

PUBLISHED: 12:30 14 May 2018 | UPDATED: 12:39 14 May 2018

Crispin House, Holywell Hill, St Albans

Crispin House, Holywell Hill, St Albans

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Crispin House boasts over 3,500 sq ft of flexible, bright and well-presented family accommodation arranged over four floors, with original features throughout.

The large sitting room boasts triple aspect windowsThe large sitting room boasts triple aspect windows

Believed to be the oldest registered house in St Albans, the property is Grade II listed and has had numerous uses over the years including as a hostel, an inn and a shop before being converted into the welcoming residential property it is today.

To the right of the entrance hall is a large sitting room which boasts triple aspect windows, beautiful wood flooring, exposed beams and a feature fireplace. There is also a library/dining room, a well presented kitchen/breakfast room and a cloakroom.

To the first floor is a spacious master bedroom with en suite shower room, plus three further bedrooms and a bathroom as well as a family bathroom on the second floor. The first floor also boasts a large sitting room which could be used as a bedroom. The basement includes a store and studio which could be used as a games room or play room.

Crispin House includes a walled courtyard garden to the south, paved with York stone and flanked by raised borders. A gateway provides access to a shared private parking area.

The well presented kitchen/breakfast room has enough space for a table and chairsThe well presented kitchen/breakfast room has enough space for a table and chairs

PROPERTY FACTS

Crispin House, Holywell Hill, St Albans

Guide price: £1,295,000

The property is packed with period featuresThe property is packed with period features

Strutt & Parker, 01727 840285, www.struttandparker.com

One of the property's fine bedroomsOne of the property's fine bedrooms


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