Michael Jones and Company

029 2034 2331

HEATHFIELD PLACE, HEATH/GABALFA, CARDIFF

£275,000

3 Bedrooms / 3 Bathrooms / 3 Reception

  • Close to UHW at Heath.
  • 3 separate reception rooms.
  • Fitted Kitchen.
  • Shower room/wc.
  • 3 Bedrooms of good size.
  • En-suite Shower room/wc.
  • Family Bathroom/wc.
  • Patio garden and lane access.

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An excellent investment opportunity! In this pleasant cul-de-sac close to UHW, this spacious three-bedroom bay-fronted property, with three separate reception rooms and three bath/shower rooms. Fitted Kitchen. Informal Loft conversion. Patio garden with lane access. Gas central heating. Double-glazing. Freehold. Potential for 5 student lets.

INTRODUCTION
Conveniently located in this popular side road that is within walking distance of the University Hospital at Heath, and UWIC, is this spacious three bedroom, mid-terrace house with three bath/shower rooms, offering excellent family-size accommodation, or potential for letting. It benefits from having gas-fired central heating from a wall-mounted Worcester boiler that is situated in the kitchen, and there are thermostat-controlled radiators virtually throughout. It also benefits from having double-glazing, with modern UPVC-framed windows. The property is of the double-bay (bay-over-bay) style of mid-terrace house, with stone-faced front elevations, and the roof is of slates with a tile-hung gable fascia. To the front is a walled forecourt, and an arched porchway leads into the entrance hall. To the rear is a patio garden of good size, and it has rear lane access.

Local amenities are comprehensive and include; a range of shops and stores in Whitchurch Road, and a Tesco Extra on Western Avenue; junior and senior schools including a Welsh-language primary school, bus services; parks and recreational facilities including Maindy leisure centre and swimming pool; a popular local pub, bistros,and restaurants; a local Library, Post Office, etc., all within walking distance. It is only a short drive to the Gabalfa interchange for access on to the main trunk roads into and out of the city, and it is approximately two miles from the city centre.

GROUND FLOOR
A hardwood front door with stained-glass panel opens into a pleasant entrance hall.

ENTRANCE HALL
Light oak-style laminate flooring. Central heating radiator with thermostat. Under-stairs meter/storage cupboard. Gas meter.

SHOWER ROOM/WC
With a chrome mains shower. Bi-fold entry doors. Wash-hand basin. Close-coupled toilet. Walls tiled in white ceramic tiles with feature border tiles. Tiled floor. Mirror-fronted wall cabinet.

FRONT ROOM (15’ x 10’7” approx. max.)
A bay at the front has double-glazed, UPVC-framed picture windows with leaded top-hung casements. Light oak-style laminate flooring. Central heating radiator with thermostat. Coved ceiling. Telephone point. 6 power points. Smoke alarm.

MIDDLE ROOM (13’ x 8’8” approx. max)
Double-glazed, UPVC-framed window with top-hung casement. Central heating radiator with thermostat. Light oak-style laminate flooring. Coved ceiling. Power points.

LIVING ROOM (12’10” x 9’8” approx. + doorway alcove)
2 double-glazed, UPVC-framed windows with top-hung casements. Fitted roller blinds. Light oak-style laminate flooring. Coved ceiling. Central heating radiator with thermostat. Power points and TV aerial points. Doors to the hall and into the:-

KITCHEN (11’3” x 9’7”approx.)
With a range of pine panel door units comprising; floor cupboards and drawers. Black onyx-style worktops. Matching fitted wall cupboards. A cupboard houses the Worcester gas-fired central heating boiler. Tiled floor. White and patterned ceramic tile splash-backs to the worktops. The gas cooker is set into an arched chimney-breast recess. Extractor fan. Ceiling spotlight fittings. Plumbing for a washing machine and dishwasher. Stainless-steel sink top. 12 power points. Double-glazed, UPVC-framed window at the rear. Double-glazed, UPVC-framed door leads out to the garden.

FIRST FLOOR
A balustraded staircase and return leads to a split-level landing.

LANDING
Smoke alarm. Power points. Access to the loft. Smoke alarm.

FRONT BEDROOM NO. 1 (15’ x 14’3” max less a corner)
A bay at the front has double-glazed, UPVC-framed picture windows with leaded top-hung casements. Similar side window. Fitted roller blinds. Central heating radiator with thermostat. Power points. Telephone point. Spotlight ceiling fittings. Smoke alarm.

EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM
With a quadrant corner shower cubicle having glazed entry doors and side-screens. Chrome mains thermostatic shower unit. Wash-hand basin set in a vanity unit. Close-coupled toilet. Tiled floor. Walls tiled in white ceramic tiles with attractive feature border tiles. Chrome heated towel rail/radiator. Spotlight ceiling fittings. Mirror-fronted wall cabinet.

MIDDLE BEDROOM NO. 2 (12’ x 8’7” max. approx.)
Double-glazed, UPVC-framed window at the rear with top-hung casement. Central heating radiator with thermostat. Power points.

REAR BEDROOM NO. 3 (9’9” x 7’3” max + doorway alcove)
Double-glazed, UPVC-framed picture window with top-hung casement. Fitted roller blind. Central heating radiator with thermostat. Power points.

BATHROOM
The bathroom has a white suite that comprises; a panelled bath with mains thermostatic shower. Bath-side shower screen. Wash-hand basin set in a vanity unit. Close-coupled toilet. Tiled floor. Mirror-fronted wall cabinet. Double-glazed, UPVC-framed window. Electric extractor fan. Chrome heated towel rail/radiator. Built-in cupboard housing an insulated hot water tank. Spotlight ceiling fittings.

INFORMAL LOFT ROOM
Folding ladder access from the landing to an informal loft room. Velux roof window. Access to the eaves.

REAR GARDEN
At the rear is a paved garden with brick and block boundary walls and gate access to a rear vehicular lane. Garden store shed. Rotary clothes airer. Timber screen boundary fencing to the right side.

Reference: MJE1001253


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IMPORTANT NOTE:- MICHAEL JONES AND COMPANY, for themselves and for the Vendor give notice that this information is given in the belief that it is correct, but it is for the Purchasers to satisfy themselves as to their correctness by inspection or otherwise. Purchasers are also advised to make their own enquiries concerning any alterations that have been made to the property that may have required local authority planning consent or Building Regulations approval. None of the services or fittings and equipment has been tested and no warranties of any kind can be given by MICHAEL JONES AND COMPANY. All negotiations are subject to the contents of a formal contract to be prepared by the Solicitor of the Vendor.

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