1 bedroom Maisonette, Larks Ridge, Chiswell Green, St Albans

Offers in excess of £230,000

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Larks Ridge, Chiswell Green, St Albans, AL2 3DT UK

Offers in excess of £230,000

1 Bedrooms 1 Bathrooms 1 Receptions
A beautifully presented one bedroom ground floor maisonette with no onward chain, located in a sought-after cul de sac located on the south side of St Albans.


The property is in superb decorative order throughout and provides good-sized accommodation to include: lounge, fitted kitchen, modern bathroom and double bedroom. There is an up-to-date heating system (served by a combination boiler) and outside there is an allocated residents parking space, additional visitors parking and communal gardens.

Larks Ridge is conveniently located for local amenities, St Albans and the Green Line bus route towards St Albans and Luton Airport, while the M1/M25 motorway network is just a short drive away.

Area Guide

Chiswell Green is a thriving community located to south of St Albans, part of the Parish of St Stephen. It’s classed as a ‘village’ despite looking more to be part of St Albans on maps.
The name ‘Chiswell’ is derived from ‘chisel’, used in place names for gravel or shingle, both of which, over the centuries, have been quarried from this area since Roman times. The hollows in St Julian’s Wood/Greenwood Park are reputedly the remains of this quarry. In the late 19th Century the village had a forge facing onto Watford Road and the surrounding farmland. The old forge and 15th Century house eventually became an inn around 1854 and is now known as The Three Hammers. Chiswell Green was much extended between the wars and shortly afterwards.
The Watford Road runs through the village into St Albans and provide a variety of properties. There is a several convenience stores including The Coop, Simmons Bakery, Newsagent, Post Office, Chiswell Green Fireplaces, Tool hire centre and a Shell petrol station.

Transport links
The M25, M1 and A1(M) are on the doorstep and accessible by car, and the St Albans City Station, St Albans Abbey Station & Radlett train station are all a short drive away and give fast and frequent services to central London (St Albans City & Radlett) or to Watford via Park Street and Bricket Wood (Abbey Station)Green Line bus service have connections (bus 755/757/758) throughout the village with directions London and Luton (Airport).
Leisure. Greenwood Park is a popular and picturesque recreation area, with a community centre consisting of three halls, tennis courts and play grounds Further leisure facilities, including a pool and gym, are available at nearby Westminster Lodge, at the bottom of Holywell Hill.
Food and drink. The Three Hammers, serving authentic British cooking and real ales. With its cosy fireplace its a great place to meet up with friends and hosts a weekly quiz.
The City centre of St Albans is within a short drive and offers a wealth of shops, restaurants and culture.