Top 3 homes with garages attached in St Albans and Sandridge

PUBLISHED: 14:20 24 February 2016 | UPDATED: 14:20 24 February 2016

Flinders Close, St.Albans on the market for £775,000

Flinders Close, St.Albans on the market for £775,000


Garages are often a must-have for house hunters - for the car, for storage, for somewhere to escape! These properties all have garages attached to the side of the house for extra convenience.

St Albans Road, SandridgeSt Albans Road, Sandridge

Flinders Close, St Albans


A beautiful semi-detached modern family home, situated in a highly sought after cul de sac location just outside central St Albans. The property is in excellent condition throughout with light, airy and versatile living spaces and a self-contained playroom/guest room to the rear.

William H Brown | 01727 294167 |

Situated towards the end of this highly sought-after and respected cul-de-sacSituated towards the end of this highly sought-after and respected cul-de-sac

St Albans Road, Sandridge


A beautifully presented 3/4 bedroom detached family home, which has been subtly extended (there is still further potential for development) and a rear garden approximately 100 ft in depth with ample lawn and a private patio. The large frontage provides off road parking for several cars. Further benefits include an attached garage and a useful loft room.

Frosts | 01727 852295 |

Park Street, St Albans

£950,000 GP

This spacious and versatile chalet-style bungalow has been virtually re-built from the ground up by the current owners to the highest of standards throughout and boasts a 185 ft mature rear garden plus a double garage (complete with remote controlled security roller door) and ample off street parking. Includes a domestic hot water boiler pressurised by a water cylinder, underfloor heating and internal internet supply to all main rooms.

JW & Co Langleys | 01727 809857 |

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