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An introduction to Hepworth Gardens

Hepworth Gardens will bring to the parish of St Stephens in St Albans, four outstanding detached houses situated within close proximity to the city centre and excellent transport links. Set back from the road, each house will be individually designed offering carefully balanced and well-proportioned accommodation arranged over three floors.

Further establishing Rockwell Homes enviable reputation for building exquisite homes within Hertfordshire for the discerning buyer, who seeks a traditional construction method that seamlessly blends with cutting edge design. Each home will benefit from a fabulous Poggenpohl kitchen/family room that will offer a contemporary feel with integrated Siemens appliances, Silestone work surfaces and Bi- fold doors leading out to the lawned rear garden. Rockwell Homes has also once again commissioned Porcelanosa to design and fit all of the bathrooms and en-suite shower rooms, ensuring a luxurious space to relax within. Porcelanosa are famed for framing such spaces with their carefully chosen range of wall and floor tiles to further enhance the contemporary feel.

Other modern touches such as underfloor heating to the ground floor, family bathroom and master bedroom with a fully prepared audio visual offering, expands on ensuring your new home caters for a growing family and is future proof for many years to come.

In summary, Hepworth Gardens offers a unique opportunity to purchase a substantial four or five bedroom detached home of an exceptional design and quality in a location that is much sought after.


The roman City of St. Albans creates the best of both worlds; rich in history and medieval architecture this lively City boasts a fantastic range of restaurants, pubs and bars, along with buzzing independent shops nestled in with high street favourites. There are open parklands such as Verulam Lakes, and a green surrounding the St. Albans Abbey Cathedral, providing beautiful walks a stone's throw from the main High Street. Every week, the market place hosts traditional food and farmers markets helping create a strong sense of community within this diverse city.

St. Albans is highly prized by commuters looking for fast and efficient access to London. The mainline station provides direct across to London St. Pancras International in as little as 17 minutes. Those needing to travel by air can access London Luton Airport in just two stops from St Albans City station and just 12 miles by road. For the motorist, St Albans has ample options with Junction 8 of the M1 only 6 miles away to the West, Junction 3 of the A1 only 6 miles away to the East and Junction 21a of the M25 only 4 miles South.

In the St Stephens Parish, on the south side of the city, this luxury development of just 4 large detached four and five bedroom houses are conveniently placed. Westminster Lodge Leisure Centre, the open parkland of Verulam Lakes and St. Albans Abbey Cathedral offer a range of leisure activities nearby. St. Albans Abbey train station less than a mile away, provides a more local service into Watford Junction in as little as 16 minutes.

It is often said that St Albans is viewed as an extension to London and the city does not disappoint. With cobbled streets, listed buildings and market squares the city blends the old and the new beautifully.