Wordsworth Close, Verulamium Park, St Albans, Hertfordshire
Yeats House consists of 14 one and two-bedroom flats completed in 2013 with an age covenant of 55+.
St Albans was mentioned in Domesday and had a park for woodland beasts and a fishpond. The city was originally a key Roman settlement destroyed by Boadicea in the first century AD. It was subsequently rebuilt and renamed St Albans after the first British martyr, the Roman soldier, Alban. The 15th century Clock Tower is the only medieval town belfry in England and today you can still climb the 93 steps to the top of the tower and have magnificent views of the Cathedral. The Cathedral is best known for the shrine of St Alban and continues to attract visitors from far and wide.
A short walk from the city centre is Verulamium Park set in over 100 acres of beautiful parkland named after the Roman City of Verulamium. Just a short walk from Verulamium Museum is the Roman Theatre, the best preserved example in Britain and closeby are the foundations of a Roman town house and a sacred shrine and a row of Roman shops. The museum of St Albans is situated in Hatfield Road and you can trace the rise of At Albans from a market town and coaching centre to a modern commuter city. To the south of the city in Chiswell Green are the world-renowned Gardens of the Rose - headquarters of the Royal National Rose Society.
Facilities include a visiting manager and community alarm service and lift.
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