Posted on: 6th October 2021 | Comments: 0 Comments

Fully underfloor-heated period property now available

A family home located in Hertfordshire’s St Albans has entered the property market. Built in the Edwardian era, the distinguished house is entirely heated by an underfloor system, offering optimum comfort levels throughout.

On St Peter’s Road in St Albans, the detached home is ideal for family use. Close to both the city centre and the mainline train station, the local area is also renowned for its exceptional schooling.

In recent years, the Edwardian home has been improved and enlarged considerably, with the latest innovations available added for future homeowners to enjoy. Comprising two spacious floors that enjoy an abundance of natural light, the well-appointed rooms of the house all have underfloor heating. As well as this ingenious and invisible source of warmth, the property also has two log burners in its reception rooms.

The Neptune kitchen was handmade and has numerous appliances, from its fully integrated Nespresso coffee maker to its Miele induction hob that comes complete with downdraft extraction. Other downstairs rooms include a home office, dining room, a snug and separate utility room. Formal reception areas have sash windows that are in keeping with the original building design.

There are five different bedrooms upstairs, all with their own shower rooms. The main bedroom suite also has a walk-in dressing room and bath.

The comprehensive underfloor heating system is not the only cutting-edge electrical feature for the property. Outside, the property has a perfectly finished block paved drive that has its own electric vehicle charging point and room for several cars to park.

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