029 2034 2331
3 Bedrooms / 1 Bathroom / 3 Reception
Within walking distance of the University Hospital at Heath, this spacious, modernised and well-presented, bay-fronted terrace house that would be ideal as a home, or for investment as a student-share. 3 separate reception rooms. Fitted kitchen. 3 bedrooms of good size. Well-appointed bathroom with shower. South-facing garden. Gas central heating. Double-glazing. Let until 30th June 2018. EPC rating D.
Only a short distance from the University Hospital at Heath is this spacious, and well-presented, Freehold terrace house that is currently let until the 30th June 2018, but offers ideal accommodation for family-use, or as a student share. It has gas central heating from a wall-mounted Worcester combi boiler situated in the kitchen, and there are thermostat-controlled radiators virtually throughout. The property has the added benefit of being double-glazed. It is of the double-bay style (bay-over-bay) of mid-terrace house with front elevations of facing brick, and the roof is of slates, with a tile-hung gable fascia. At the front is a small forecourt garden with a wall and hedge boundary, and a path leads to an attractive arched entrance porch. At the rear is a garden that has a sunny southward-facing aspect.
The local amenities are excellent, and include; a comprehensive range of shops, stores and supermarkets such as Sainsbury's, and Co-op on Whitchurch Road, and a Tesco Extra superstore on Western Avenue; junior and senior schools that include Ysgol Mynydd Bychan, the Welsh language primary school; bus services; parks and recreational facilities; popular pubs, and a wide range of restaurants, coffee bars and bistros; a Post Office, Library etc., all within easy reach. It is also within easy reach of Cardiff city centre, and only a short drive to Gabalfa interchange for access on to the main trunk roads into and out of the city, and Eastern Avenue for access on to the M4.
Double-glazed, UPVC-framed front door with a leaded stained-glass panel, opens into the hall. Attractive period coloured stone tile floor. Dado rail. Coved ceiling. Mains smoke alarm. Double-panel central heating radiator. Telephone point. Gas meter cupboard. Electric meter cupboard.
FRONT ROOM (14’3” into the bay x 11’7” max.)
A pleasant room that has a bay at the front with double-glazed, UPVC-framed picture windows and top-hung casements. Pelmet rail and runners. Double-panel central heating radiator with thermostat. 6 power points. Coved ceiling.
MIDDLE ROOM (11’6” x 9’6” max.)
Double-glazed, UVPC-framed patio door with glazed side and top screens, opening out to the garden. Curtain pole. Double-panel central heating radiator with thermostat. 6 power points.
LIVING ROOM (13’6” plus doorway alcove x 10’ max.)
A delightful room, that has a double-glazed, UPVC framed window at the side with side and top-hung casements. Curtain pole. Double-panel central heating radiator with thermostat. Co-axial TV aerial point. 6 power points. Mains smoke alarm. Central heating thermostat control. Glazed Georgian-style doors to the hall and into the:-
KITCHEN (10’ x 8’8” + alcoves)
The kitchen has a range of cream-fronted units with brushed steel handles and pine-effect worktops that comprise; floor cupboards and drawers. Matching fitted wall cupboards. Stainless-steel sink top with chrome mono-bloc mixer tap. Stainless-steel Zanussi built-in oven and four-ring stainless-steel gas hob. Stainless-steel splashback to the cooker. Cooker hood. Laminate flooring. Walls tiled around the working areas and remaining walls half-tiled in white ceramic tiles. Double-panel central heating radiator with thermostat. Mains heat detector. Spotlight fitting. Double-glazed, UPVC-framed picture window with two casements, looks out to the garden. Plumbing connections for a washing machine. Wall-mounted Worcester 35cdi combi gas-fired central heating boiler. Chimney-breast recess. Access to the rear annex loft space. 7 power points. Double-glazed, UPVC-framed door leads out to the garden.
A ranch-rail balustrade and return leads up to a split-level landing. Dado rail. Double-panel central heating radiator with thermostat. 2 power point. Built-in storage cupboard. Access to the loft. Mains smoke alarm.
FRONT BEDROOM NO. 1 (14’4” x 13’ + approx. 2’2” w/drobe depth)
A very spacious double bedroom that has a bay at the front with double-glazed, UPVC-framed picture windows and top-hung casements. Similar side window. Pelmets, rail and runners. Double-panel central heating radiator with thermostat. 6 power points. Wall-to-wall range of built-in wardrobes with hanging and shelf space, and further storage cupboards above. Coved ceiling.
MIDDLE BEDROOM NO. 2 (11’5” x 9’7” max approx.)
Again a spacious double bedroom. Double-glazed, UPVC-framed picture window with top-hung casement. Curtain pole and rings. Double-panel central heating radiator with thermostat. 6 power points.
REAR BEDROOM NO. 3 (10’ x 8’2” max into the alcove.)
A pleasant room that has a double-glazed, UPVC-framed casement window at the rear with fitted venetian blind. Fitted wall shelves. Double-panel central heating radiator with thermostat. 4 power points. Access to the loft.
The bathroom has a white suite that comprises; a panelled bath with chrome mains thermostatic shower. Bath-side shower screen. Shower curtain and rail. Pedestal wash-hand basin. Close-coupled toilet. Vinyl floor covering. Walls half tiled around the suite in pale grey marble-effect ceramic tiles and extensively tiled around the bath/shower. Electric extractor fan. Double-glazed, UPVC-framed casement window. Fitted wall mirror. Central heating radiator with thermostat control. Wall shelf.
At the rear is a pleasant garden that has a sunny southward-facing aspect. Brick boundary walls. An area laid to grass. Garden store shed. Clothes line. Cold water tap for a garden hose. Outside patio lights.
VIEWING ARRANGEMENTS:- Strictly by appointment only.
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