Top 3 homes with conservatories in the St Albans area

PUBLISHED: 17:25 03 February 2016 | UPDATED: 17:27 04 February 2016

Beech Way, Blackmore End

Beech Way, Blackmore End

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Three of the best homes in the area that boast a light-filled conservatory.

Oakwood Road, Bricket WoodOakwood Road, Bricket Wood

The Old Dairy, Kimpton

Guide Price £1,200,000

A charming Victorian double fronted semi-detached family house, formally the Old Dairy of Kimpton. The property has a wealth of original features including stripped pine doors, exposed floorboards and brick fireplaces. There is a delightful country style kitchen/breakfast room with a quarry tiled floor and butler sink. To the front and rear are formal gardens. The property sits on approximately 3 acres of land with stabling for 4 horses. There is a workshop, barn and tack room plus an additional seven garages.

Cassidy & Tate | 01582 831200 | cassidyandtate.co.uk

The Old Dairy, KimptonThe Old Dairy, Kimpton

Oakwood Road, Bricket Wood

£835,000

Combining immense living space and a luxurious standard of finish with a sizeable rear garden and a new builders guarantee, this substantial family home boasts over 2500 square feet of accommodation. The property is a 5 bedroom, 4 bathroom home and offers opulent living within the convenient and practically located village of Bricket Wood, St Albans.

Connells | 01727 629059 | connells.co.uk

Beech Way, Blackmore End

£925,000

A detached home which has been imaginatively extended and tastefully modernised, set within a delightful landscaped corner plot. This comfortably proportioned home features an extensive selection of rooms, perfect for those that enjoy entertaining, including a stunning hardwood framed conservatory with tiled floor.

John Curtis | 01582 936747 | johncurtis.co.uk


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