2 bedroom end of terrace house for saleRedbourn, St. Albans
The property comprises a two storey, end of terrace cottage with predominately painted brick elevations under a pitched and tiled roof. Windows are timber framed with sealed double glazing. To the rear there is a south facing courtyard garden and beyond a pedestrian right of way serving adjoining properties a further area of lawned garden with timber garden shed. No upper chain.
A charming Grade II Listed end of terrace cottage situated in a popular cul de sac leading to the Church. The property is in need of redecoration and offered for sale with no upper chain.
Sitting Room with Working Fireplace Dining Room Wet Room Kitchen Two Bedrooms Brick built Outhouse Gas Central Heating via Radiators
Church End is a cul de sac located at the south-western end of Redbourn Village, terminating at the Churchyard to St Marys Church. Redbourn Common is within a few hundred yards. The village has a good range of independent shops and other amenities all within a short walk of the property. There is a primary school in the village. More extensive shopping and leisure facilities are available in Harpenden and St Albans, both of which have a mainline station to London St Pancras International. Junction 9 of the M1 is close at hand. London Luton Airport is within 5 miles.
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