Property Spotlight: Wick House, Marshal’s Drive, St Albans

PUBLISHED: 14:16 13 April 2017 | UPDATED: 21:52 13 April 2017

Wick House, Marshal's Drive, St Albans

Wick House, Marshal's Drive, St Albans

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One of St Albans’ premier private residencies, set in secluded landscaped grounds of around 3.8 acres, is on the market.

The stunning property is set in around 3.8 acres of landscaped groundsThe stunning property is set in around 3.8 acres of landscaped grounds

Wick House combines the style of a traditional English house with the benefits provided by improvements and modernisation to the highest contemporary standards.

The location is steeped in history – Marshal’s Drive used to be the drive to the historic Marshals Wick Manor, a classical Georgian house that was demolished in 1927.

Wick House is a spectacular replacement, providing around 8,000 sq ft of accommodation that includes a staff flat and has recently been the subject of renovation and modernisation to the highest contemporary standards.

It is set well back from Marshal’s Drive via private gated access and lies in beautiful landscaped and secluded grounds.

Whilst enjoying a quiet location, the property is within approximately 1.25 miles of St Albans City Station and also well placed for access to good local amenities, popular schools and the city centre.

Features include five bedrooms, a drawing room, dining room, kitchen/breakfast/family room, large cinema and family room, heated swimming pool, changing room (with sauna), floodlit hard tennis court, a gymnasium, an integral garage and ample parking.

Property Facts

Wick House, Marshal’s Drive, St Albans

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


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