£690,000 - £1,000,000
4 and 5 bedroom properties
Hatfield Road, St Albans, Hertfordshire
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More information about Kingsbury Gardens...New spacious family homes in a sought-after location
Kingsbury Gardens is our new exclusive development of four and five bedroom homes nestled in the heart of St Albans in Hertfordshire. In a prime location, these beautifully-designed properties will make perfect family homes.
- Choice of 4 and 5 bedroom homes
- Range of amenities within walking distance
- Easy access to M1 and M25 motorways
- Outstanding schools nearby
- Conveniently placed for London commuters
The cathedral city of St Albans combines a rich Roman heritage with an abundance of well-kept green parks, top-notch leisure facilities and fabulous shopping. A much sought-after place to live, it's situated approximately 20 miles north of London and is just a 20-minute train journey from London St Pancras, easily accessible from the M1 and M25 motorways, and within easy striking distance of London Luton, Heathrow and Gatwick airports.
Situated just to the east of the city centre, Kingsbury Gardens offers a stunning selection of family homes in an ideal location. The development will form part of a wider planning permission which includes the re-provision of playing fields and an extension to Beaumont School. The development enjoys excellent road links to both the A1057, A1081 and A414 as well as being close to St Alban's train stations.
St Albans is renowned as being a fantastic place to shop. High street stores, independent boutiques, food outlets, a theatre and local services including banks and a library can all be found in The Maltings Shopping Centre, just 2 miles from your doorstep. There's also a weekly market with its historic routes dating as far back as the 9th century. Today the market takes over the length of St Peters Street every Wednesday and Saturday, offering an array of colourful stalls.So much to do for all the family
St Albans offers a whole host of things to do to keep the entire family entertained. There are two new leisure centres a couple of miles from the development; Cotlandswick and Batchwood Golf and Leisure Centre, both offering a range of activities including a fitness suite, workout classes, outdoor pitches, children's softplay and a café. For those that fancy doing something a little less active and a little more arty, why not go and take in a film at the cinema or watch a play or a concert at the Albans Arena.
There's also a variety of festivals and markets held throughout the year, including the Albantide festival, the food and drink festival and the Christmas Market, which is held in the grounds of the cathedral.
Families with children will be pleased to know that the local primary and secondary schools are Ofsted rated 'Outstanding'. All this together with the sought-after location, great transport links and the quality of life this historic city can offer means Kingsbury Gardens could be your ideal place to call home.
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The city centre is home to a good selection of high street store as well as many individual boutiques for those that fancy something a little less 'high street'.
Living at Kingsbury Gardens means you'll have easy access to the city's two train stations. St Albans City station will connect you to London's St Pancras International Station on the Thameslink train line in just 20 minutes. Whilst the St Albans Abbey station links with Watford Junction via the Abbey Line for National Rail connections to London Euston, the West Midlands and beyond via the West Coast mainline.
Connections are excellent via road as St Albans is close to the M25 (junctions 21A and 22), M1 (junction 6) and the A1 (M). The city also boasts a good local bus network with regular services to Hatfield, Luton, Watford, Welwyn Garden City and North London. And, for journeys further afield, London Luton airport and Gatwick airport are both directly linked to St Albans on the Bedford-Brighton train line.
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