St. Albans has ample green spaces to explore, relax, or exercise. Summer Sunday afternoon concerts at Clarence Park’s bandstand are fun for the whole family. Verulamium is a large open area in the city’s heart.
Accommodation options in St. Albans and adjacent villages such as Wheathampstead include medieval cottages and Georgian houses, both of which are magnificent to look at.
In St Albans, too, Edwardian and Victorian houses are also available. For young professionals, these housing options may be more cost-effective. These can be found on many of the city’s residential streets, such as Pageant Road, Spencer Street, Portland Street, Bernard Street, and Oswald Street.
More significant terraced properties, located on residential streets, are not far from the city center. These large homes are architecturally appealing and are situated on lush streets, with some having drives. They often feature extensive gardens and are well-suited to modernization and expansion.