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Meyrick Court, 260 Hatfield Road, St. Albans, Hertfordshire, AL1

PROPERTY TYPE

Apartment

BEDROOMS

1

BATHROOMS

1

SIZE

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Describes how you own a property. There are different types of tenure - freehold, leasehold, and commonhold.Read more about tenure in our glossary page.

Key features

  • PERFECTLY POSITIONED 0.9 MILES FROM ST ALBANS TRAIN STATION
  • 110 YEARS REMAINING ON LEASEHOLD
  • EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY FOR FIRST-TIME BUYERS TO GET ON THE PROPERTY LADDER
  • 2008 BUILD, MODERN AND MOVE-IN READY
  • NEW WASHING MACHINE, FRIDGE FREEZER AND GAS HOB ALL INSTALLED FEBRUARY 2022
  • ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE RATING BAND C
  • NEW CARPET & NEW VINYL FLOORING THROUGHOUT
  • LARGE OPEN-PLAN APARTMENT VERY SPACIOUS WITH EXCELLENT STORAGE OPTIONS
  • ALLOCATED PARKING SPACE & ACCESS TO THE COMMUNAL GARDEN
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Description

Welcome to this modern one-bedroom apartment, an exquisite residence built in 2008, boasting a leasehold with an impressive 110 years remaining. Spanning 52 square meters of open-plan living space, this bright and airy abode is designed for contemporary living, offering a delightful fusion of style and functionality.

Step into the heart of this home, where a well-thought-out layout provides a seamless flow between living, dining, and kitchen areas. The open-plan design creates a spacious atmosphere, accentuated by numerous storage options that cater to your organisational needs.

The kitchen stands as a testament to modern convenience, recently upgraded with a suite of high-quality appliances. Revel in the joy of culinary pursuits with the Russell Hobbs gas hob, Electrolux fan-assist oven, Bosch integrated dishwasher and under-cabinet lighting. The contemporary aesthetic is enhanced by splashback tiling, spotlights in all rooms, slow-closing drawers, and modern silver sockets.

The lounge area is a sizable retreat, perfect for both relaxation and entertaining guests. A separate dining area complements the space, providing an ideal setting for shared meals and memorable gatherings.

The property features a generously sized bedroom that accommodates various furniture arrangements, including space for a desk, catering to the demands of hybrid working. The upgraded bathroom, adorned with new carpets and vinyl flooring, adds a touch of luxury to daily routines.

Embrace the convenience of modern living with a Tado smart heating system, allowing you to control the climate of your home effortlessly through a dedicated app. This tech-savvy addition ensures comfort and energy efficiency tailored to your preferences.

In addition to its interior allure, this property comes with the advantage of a communal garden, providing residents with a tranquil outdoor space. The absence of cladding issues ensures peace of mind, contributing to a secure and well-maintained living environment.

Situated just 0.9 miles from St Albans Train Station, this property offers excellent connectivity. Explore the vibrant surroundings, with The Alban Arena Theatre, the Maltings Shopping Centre, St Albans Cathedral, and Clarence Park all within walking distance. The property comes with a service charge and ground rent of £1,890 per annum, inclusive of water, ensuring hassle-free maintenance and peace of mind.

Discover a harmonious blend of modern elegance and practical living in this meticulously upgraded apartment, a place where every detail has been carefully curated to offer a contemporary lifestyle with enduring appeal.

Location: 

Nestled in the picturesque Hertfordshire countryside, St Albans is a charming city that seamlessly blends its historical roots with modern amenities. The city's heart is dominated by the stunning St Albans Cathedral, a medieval masterpiece that stands as a testament to centuries of architectural and cultural significance. The cathedral's towering spire is a prominent feature on the city's skyline.

Wandering through the city's streets, you'll encounter a delightful mix of architectural styles, from medieval timber-framed buildings to Georgian and Victorian structures. The city's well-preserved historic centre is a joy to explore, with cobbled streets, quaint shops, and cosy cafes creating a welcoming atmosphere.

St Albans boasts beautiful green spaces, including the expansive Verulamium Park. This park not only provides a peaceful retreat but also houses the remnants of the ancient Roman city of Verulamium, complete with Roman walls, mosaic floors, and hypocausts.

The city is alive with cultural vibrancy, offering a range of attractions, from the Alban Arena, a popular entertainment venue, to local museums and galleries. Residents and visitors alike can enjoy a diverse array of events, including festivals, markets, and theatrical performances.

St Albans is known for its excellent schools, a thriving community, and a strong sense of civic pride. The bustling city centre features a variety of shops, restaurants, and pubs, creating a lively atmosphere for both locals and tourists. The Maltings Shopping Centre provides a modern retail experience, while the traditional market adds a touch of nostalgia.

With convenient transport links, including the nearby St Albans Train Station, residents can easily access London and other neighbouring towns. The city's strategic location, coupled with its historical charm and cultural offerings, makes St Albans a truly enchanting place to live or explore.



Tenure: Leasehold You buy the right to live in a property for a fixed number of years, but the freeholder owns the land the property's built on.Read more about tenure type in our glossary page.

GROUND RENTA regular payment made by the leaseholder to the freeholder, or management company.Read more about ground rent in our glossary page.

£300 per year (Ask agent about the review period)When and how often your ground rent will be reviewed.Read more about ground rent review period in our glossary page.

ANNUAL SERVICE CHARGEA regular payment for things like building insurance, lighting, cleaning and maintenance for shared areas of an estate. They're often paid once a year, or annually.Read more about annual service charge in our glossary page.

£1590

LENGTH OF LEASEHow long you've bought the leasehold, or right to live in a property for.Read more about length of lease in our glossary page.

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Council TaxA payment made to your local authority in order to pay for local services like schools, libraries, and refuse collection. The amount you pay depends on the value of the property.Read more about council tax in our glossary page.

Band: C

Meyrick Court, 260 Hatfield Road, St. Albans, Hertfordshire, AL1

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Distances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
  • St. Albans Station0.9 miles
  • St. Albans Abbey Station1.5 miles
  • Park Street Station2.3 miles
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