*** SOLD SUBJECT TO CONTRACT BY KELVIN FRANCIS ***
An exceptional 1930’s extended property conveniently positioned just a short walk to Heath Halt Upper and Lower Train Stations, Roath Park Lake, bus links to City Centre and Rhydypennau crossroads shops. The property is within the school catchment for Ton Yr Ywen Primary and Llanishen High School. Entrance porch, entrance hallway, bay fronted lounge, dining room, kitchen opening into a stunning extended family room with underfloor heating and quality patio doors to the rear patio and garden, to the first floor are 3 bedrooms and family bathroom and to the second floor is a superb large principal bedroom with Juliet balcony and en-suite shower room. uPVC double glazed windows, some original stained and leaded glazing within the units, gas central heating, beautiful handmade dresser, many period features include coved ceiling, picture rail, skirting boards and working fireplaces. Outside is partially enclosed to the front with driveway, a double tandem garage with inspection pit and remote door, and an enclosed impressive 180ft rear garden with natural stone patios. EPC Rating: D
Approached via a uPVC double glazed double doors, original black and white chequered floor tiling, coat hooks, period stained and leaded door giving access to the entrance hallway.
Bright hallway with uPVC double glazed window retaining the original stained and leaded glass work within the glazing, panelled radiator, telephone point, ceramic floor tiling, full turning staircase to first floor landing, further uPVC period double glazed stained and leaded glass window to the side, under stairs storage cupboard, period features include door architraves, moulded skirting boards and picture rail.
14'11" (4.55m) x 13'0" (3.96m) overall and into bay
uPVC double glazed square leaded bay window overlooking the front, feature period working fireplace with tiled surround and matching hearth, panelled radiator, period features include coved ceiling, skirting boards and picture rail.
14'2" (4.32m) x 12'2" (3.71m) overall
Working fireplace with inset cast iron fire and ornate timber surround on a black slate hearth, panelled radiator, period features include coved ceiling, skirting boards, picture rail and above picture rail ‘lincrusta’, square opening and step down to the extension and family room.
10'9" (3.28m) x 7'5" (2.26m)
Traditional style kitchen appointed along two sides with natural wood comprising of eye level units, handmade bespoke dresser, display cabinets and base units with drawers and wooden/granite worktops over, wide corner storage cupboard, plate rack, Belfast style sink with antique style mixer taps, space for a gas cooker, plumbing and space for washing machine and dishwasher, door into a pantry, fully shelved with window to the side and continuation of the ceramic floor tiling with lighting step down to the extension/family room.
18'11" (5.77m) x 10'8" (3.25m)
An impressive bright family room with a large fixed roof light and additional high level window to the side, inset recess shelving further recess for flat screen TV, high quality grey powder coated German made sliding patio doors overlooking the rear patio and 180ft rear garden, quality limestone floor tiling with underfloor heating (which runs off the central heating boiler) floor standing contemporary style log burner, inset stylish spotlights.
First Floor Landing
Access to three bedrooms and family bathrooms, further spindle staircase to second floor with additional windows to the side. Telephone point
14'2" (4.32m) x 12'3" (3.73m) overall
Overlooking the 180ft rear garden and natural woodland beyond, panelled radiator, built in bedroom furniture comprising of two double wardrobes, a further single wardrobe, dresser with mirror and lighting, a further built in airing cupboard housing the Worcester gas central heating boiler with further overhead storage. Period features include picture rail and skirting boards, panelled radiator
12'10" (3.91m) x 12'5" (3.78m) overall
Square leaded bay window to the front, cast iron fireplace on a slate hearth, period features include picture rail and skirting boards, panelled radiator.
8'0" (2.44m) x 7'5" (2.26m)
Aspect to the front, panelled radiator.
A generous family bathroom with a twin grip panelled bath recessed into an arch opening with wall tiling to half height, pedestal wash hand basin, close coupled WC, separate quadrant shower with Aqualisa thermostatic controls, concealed pipework, panelled radiator, slate effect laminate flooring
Second Floor Landing
Further window to the side, door to bedroom 1.
21'2" (6.45m) x 20'1" (6.12m) overall into sloping ceilings
An impressive principal bedroom with velux roof lights to the front with built in blinds, uPVC double glazed French doors opening to a Juliet balcony with elevated view of the rear garden and nature woodland beyond, two double panelled radiators, large additional areas of storage continue into the eves spaces, stylish ceiling spotlights, door to …
En Suite Shower Room
Beautifully appointed suite comprising of a corner quadrant shower with curved glazed screen and matching door, thermostatic control shower, semi-circular wash hand basin, close coupled push button WC, towel rail, ceramic floor tiling, ceiling spotlights
A beautifully appointed large 180ft rear garden, starting with large slate steps onto a Indian sandstone patio with further steps to a second lower patio area with decked seating area and retaining drystone wall, continuing onto the garden itself. Garden is laid mainly with large areas of lawn with shaped paths around central water feature and paved path to the rear boundary. Two timber garden sheds (one with power), greenhouse, outside lighting, access door to the double tandem garage.
Outside Front Garden
Enclosed frontage with dwarf boundary wall, tarmacadam driveway with parking for at least 3 cars, leading to a double tandem garage. Water tap. Courtesy coach light.
Double Tandem Garage
32'8" (9.96m) x 9'7" (2.92m)
Timber construction and insulated. Remote electric up and over door, inspection pit, an abundance of power points and lighting, door to the rear garden, further patio doors to the rear and floor to ceiling window overlooking the rear garden.
Viewers Material Information
1) Prospective viewers should view the Cardiff Adopted Local Development Plan 2006-2026 (LDP) and employ their own Professionals to make enquiries with Cardiff County Council Planning Department (www.cardiff.gov.uk) before making any transactional decision.
Tenure: Freehold (Vendors Solicitor to confirm)
Council Tax Band: F (2018) This property, under the Council Tax Band List, has an improvement indicator, which might result in a Council Band change, when the property is sold (www.voa.gov.uk).