Lords Meadow, Redbourn, St. Albans, Hertfordshire

£900,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 5
The Property:

Superb detached five bedroom family home in sought after road close to Redbourn Common.

Description:

This delightful family home offers exceptional living space on three floors and needs to be viewed to be fully appreciated. The property is approached via a gravel driveway providing ample off street parking. There are three reception rooms on the ground floor which include a large living room, an attractive dining room with wood floor and French doors out to the garden and a stunning family room which is open plan into the kitchen. The kitchen is fitted with an extensive range of stylish units with breakfast bar, integrated dishwasher and space for Range cooker and Fridge/Freezer, French doors lead out from both the family room and the kitchen to the garden. A separate utiltity room and cloakroom with WC and hand basin complete the downstairs accommodation. Upstairs on the first floor there are four double bedrooms, the master bedroom and bedroom two both benefit from en-suite facilities and a family bathroom serves the remaining two bedrooms. On the second floor there is a further large double bedroom with Velux windows. Outside the west facing rear garden extends to approximately 50ft in length and is attractively landscaped with a patio seating area adjacent to the rear of the house and steps up to a lawned area.

Location:

Lords Meadow is situated within Redbourn, a popular Hertfordshire village, close to the Common and walking distance to the well regarded Redbourn JMI School and The High Street with it's excellent local amenities, yet within close proximity to the larger towns of Harpenden and St Albans which offer a fast and efficient rail service into London St Pancras. The M1 and London Luton airport are both within easy reach.

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