Cheverells Green, Markyate, St. Albans, Hertfordshire, AL3 8BH | Property for sale | Savills
1,170 sq ft(108.70 sq m)
Guide price £495,000

Cheverells GreenMarkyate, St. Albans, Hertfordshire, AL3 8BH

    Key features

    • Grade 2* Listed
    • Part of a conversion of a Manor House
    • Garage (leasehold) & allocated parking
    • Extensive communal grounds
    • Kitchen
    • Sitting room
    • Three bedrooms, one with ensuite
    • Family bathroom
    • Outside patio area

    Character cottage which forms part of a manor house conversion.

    About this property

    • A truly stunning mews style property which is formed over three floors. Cheverells House was originally a Grade II* listed Queen Anne Mansion house built c.1705 and has most thoughtfully been converted in 2002 into a collection of just 10 exclusive highly individual homes of immense charm and character set in beautiful grounds.

      The accommodation is well laid out with an entrance hall, lounge diner with a door leading onto a private courtyard and fitted country style kitchen on the ground floor. On the first floor there are two double bedrooms, one with en suite shower room and a further family bathroom, whilst on the second floor there is a further double bedroom and bathroom. The property further benefits from a garage and the use of beautiful landscaped communal gardens.

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    Cheverells Green is in an affluent area formed of several country houses surrounded by beautiful rolling hills, woods and meadows offering convenient access to Harpenden and the M1.

    Lynn EllisProperty agent

    Local information

    • Mileages Approx; Harpenden 6.2 miles – mainline station with direct access to St Pancras International from 22 minutes), St Albans 9.6 miles, London Luton Airport and Luton Parkway Station 4.9 miles, M1 junction 9- 3.2 miles
    • Cheverells Green is a pretty hamlet that nestles on the edge of the Beechwood estate about a mile from the popular village of Markyate. There are many walks and bridleways from the hamlet, which link to many of the pretty Gaddesden villages to the south.
    • The village of Markyate, which lies on the old Roman Road running from St. Albans, was a major coaching stop on the highway from London to Birmingham. An area rich in colourful history, Markyate is a delightful Hertfordshire village with a strong community that enjoys local conveniences such as two popular pubs, day to day shops including a pharmacy, bakery, and a well-stocked village store. Indian restaurant take-aways, For larger shops including Waitrose, Marks & Spencer and Sainsburys. Harpenden is only a short drive away. Education is well provided for with a local village school and nursery, whilst the ever popular private Beechwood Park School is just a three minute drive away to the south of Cheverells Green. Buses for schools in the surrounding area pick up from both the high street in Markyate and the A5. There are a multitude of leisure facilities close at hand with numerous country walks and bridle paths on the doorstep, a great choice of golf clubs at Harpenden and Redbourn.

    Additional information

    • EPC Exempt
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: F