Hampermill Lane, Watford, Hertfordshire, WD19 4TF | New homes for sale | Savills
2,500 to 2,500 sq ft(232.26 to 232.26 sq m)
Guide price £1,170,000 -​ £1,225,000(€1,334,047 -​ €1,396,758)

Hampermill LaneWatford, Hertfordshire, WD19 4TF

  • New development

Key features

  • Brand new timeless and thoughtfully designed luxury home maximising natural light and space
  • Exclusive development of just four luxury homes by Amara Properties
  • Accommodation over three floors
  • Integral garage
  • 10 year ICW structural warranty

*MORTGAGE PAID FOR A YEAR* Alto by Amara Properties is an ultra exclusive development of four luxury homes in Hampermill Lane, Watford in Hertfordshire - the county of boundless opportunity.

About this property

    Mortgage paid for a year!
    *Subject to change; up to a maximum of £40,000 for the year. Incentive only available to the first purchaser within this development.

    Planned over three floors, these homes will elevate you to a whole new level of luxury living. The very best materials sourced from around the world, bespoke design, artisan craftsmanship, fine detailing, cutting edge technology and all-round luxury form the style guide at Alto.

Local information

  • Just 15 miles from central London, Watford is Hertfordshire's most important town in terms of entertainment, sport, business and night time economy. There are a number of challenging golf courses, a popular regional theatre, multi-screen cinemas, the Colosseum concert venue and the Warner Bros. film studio which is home to the Harry Potter tour.
  • There's also ample open space with the 190 acre Cassiobury Park, the rivers Gade and Colne and the Grand Union Canal, helping breathe fresh air into your day.
  • This is Metroland. Moor Park and Northwood stations are just a few minutes away and they will whisk you to King's Cross in London in around 40 minutes on the Metropolitan Line. As Sir John Betjeman tendered, “hearts are lighter, eyes are brighter in Metroland”. You will also be handily placed for the M25, M1 and M40 motorways while Heathrow airport is 40 minutes, London Luton 30 and the private airfields of Denham and Elstree are 25 and 15 minutes away respectively.
  • Alto is just a short stroll from Merchant Taylors, the independent public school for boys founded in 1561. The alumni is diverse and includes everyone from Lord Coggan the former Archbishop of Canterbury to Frankenstein actor Boris Karloff. The prime minister production line that is Harrow School is just 25 minutes by car.
  • St Helen's, an independent private day school for girls aged three to eighteen, is just a mile or so away in Northwood, and St Margaret's, a day and boarding school, is 15 minutes away in Bushey.
  • All tastes and all appetites are catered for locally; anything from a pie and a pint in a traditional country pub to fine dining at The Grove. Other gastronomic highlights
  • include The Florist, Tarboush Lebanese and L'Artists Italian in the town centre, and the modest but magnificent St James in Bushey. The town centre has countless lively bars to choose from, while the surrounding villages are blessed with many quieter but equally hospitable hostelries in which to while away a pleasurable evening.
  • Alto is just a short distance from Sandy Lodge Golf Club and up-market Moor Park is just a little further along the road. The Grove, one of the UK's most prestigious courses and past host of the World Golf Championship and British Masters, is just 15 minutes away to the north of the town. The famous Holland & Holland shooting grounds are four miles away in Northwood and the town also boasts a variety of gyms, health clubs, swimming pools and health suites. But many simply head for Cassiobury Park and the adjacent bluebell woods of Whippendell.

Additional information

  • EPC Rating: B
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Council Tax Band: TBC