029 2034 2331
3 Bedrooms / 2 Bathrooms / 2 Reception
A deceptively spacious, Freehold mid-terrace house in a pleasant cul-de-sac near UHW. 2 Reception rooms. Extended fitted Kitchen/Diner. 3 double Bedrooms. 2 Shower rooms. Patio garden with south-facing aspect. Gas central heating. Double-glazing. Ideal for family use or investment.
In this pleasant cul-de-sac just off Whitchurch Road, and within walking distance of the University Hospital at Heath, is this surprisingly spacious mid-terrace house that offers ideal accommodation for family-use, or potential for investment as a student-share. The property is of the double-bay (bay-over-bay) style of mid-terrace house, with brick and stone-faced front elevations, and the roof is of man-made slates with a tile-hung gable fascia. At the front is walled forecourt, and an arched entrance porch. At the rear is a patio garden with a south-facing aspect, and there is pedestrian access to a rear vehicular lane. The property is double-glazed, and it also has gas central heating from a wall-mounted Ideal Logic combi boiler that is situated in the ground-floor shower room, with radiators virtually throughout.
The area is well served by excellent local amenities that include; a comprehensive range of shops and stores in Whitchurch Road and Crwys Road that include, Sainsbury's Local, and Co-op convenience stores, and on nearby Western Avenue, a Tesco Extra Superstore, Staples, Wickes, and Halfords; schools at junior and senior levels, including a Welsh language Primary School; excellent bus services; Parks and recreational facilities that include the nearby Maindy Leisure Centre, Heath Park, and the lovely Roath Park with its famous boating lake; popular local pubs, restaurants and cafe bars; a Library, Post Office and other facilities, all within walking distance. It is only a short drive to the Gabalfa Interchange for access to the main trunk roads (A470, A48M, M4) into and out of the City, and the City Centre is approximately two miles away.
A double-glazed, UPVC-framed front door with attractive leaded stained-glass screens and similar screen over opens into the:-
Period stone tile floor. Coved ceiling. Gas meter cupboard. Stairs lead up to the first floor. Mains smoke alarm. Electric meter cupboard. 4 power points. Telephone points. Under-stairs cloaks space.
FRONT ROOM (14’6” into the bay x 11’4” max)
A pleasant room that has a bay at the front with double-glazed, UPVC-framed casement windows. Curtain rail and runners. 4 wall-light connections. Ornate coved ceiling. Picture rail. Double-panel central heating radiator with thermostat control. NTL inlet socket. TV aerial point. 6 power points.
MIDDLE ROOM (13’9” x 9’4” max)
Double-glazed, UPVC-framed casement window at the rear. Curtain pole. Coved ceiling. Picture rail. Central heating radiator with thermostat control. Chimney-breast recess with shelf. NTL telephone point. TV aerial point. 6 power points.
KITCHEN/DINER (20’10” x 10’3” narrowing to 9’7”)
An extended and spacious open-plan kitchen/diner with a range of fitted beech-style cupboard units with brushed steel handles and grey worktops, comprising; floor cupboards and drawers. Matching fitted wall cupboards. Stainless-steel sink top with rinser bowl and chrome mono-mixer tap. Stainless-steel Bush slot-in oven with five-ring gas hob. Stainless-steel splash-back panel and chimney-style electric cooker hood. White ceramic tile splash-backs to the kitchen area. Fluorescent light fitting. Smoke alarm. Grey ceramic tile floor. 15 power points. Spotlight ceiling fitting. Central heating radiator with thermostat control. Door to the hall. TV aerial point. Double-glazed, UPVC-framed sliding patio door and side screen opening out to the garden.
Corner shower cubicle with glazed entry door and side screen. Electrically-heated shower unit. White splash back tiling to the shower. Pedestal wash-hand basin. Close-coupled toilet. Plumbing connections for a washing machine and space for a dryer. Wall-mounted Ideal Logic combi gas-fired central heating boiler. Fitted wall shelves. Quarry tile floor. Chrome vertical heated towel rail/radiator. Double-glazed, UPVC-framed casement windows. Electric extractor fan. Ceiling spotlight fittings. Mirror doored built-in cupboard with fitted shelves. Door to the hall.
A balustraded staircase and return leads up to the:-
Access to the loft. Mains smoke alarm. 2 power points. Built-in storage cupboard.
FRONT BEDROOM NO. 1 (14’8” into the bay x 15’ max approx)
A very spacious double bedroom, that has a bay at the front with double-glazed, UPVC-framed casement windows. Similar side window. Fitted roller blinds. Coved ceiling. Picture rail. Period fireplace with cast-iron and tile hearth. Central heating radiator with thermostat control. Inset ceiling spotlights. Cable inlet socket. 6 power points. Telephone point. TV aerial point.
MIDDLE BEDROOM NO. 2 (12’3” x 9’5” max approx)
A double bedroom, with a double-glazed, UPVC-framed casement window. Curtain pole and rings. Central heating radiator with thermostat control. 4 power points. Wall shelves.
REAR BEDROOM NO. 3 (10’5” x 9’8” plus doorway alcove approx)
Of good size, having double-glazed, UPVC-framed windows at the rear. Tilt-and-turn side casement window. Central heating radiator with thermostat control. 4 power points. Built-in wardrobe.
With a modern white suite that comprises; a panelled bath with inset handles. Mira Jump electrically-heated shower unit. Bath-side shower screen. Wash-hand basin set into a vanity cupboard unit with shelves, and also encloses the close-coupled toilet cistern. Walls fully tiled in white ceramic tiles, with feature border tiles. Tile-effect floor. Chrome heated towel rail/radiator. Double-glazed, UPVC-framed casement window. Extractor fan. Ceiling spotlight.
Paved patio area, and step up to a timber-decked patio. Further gravelled area at the rear with pedestrian gate access to the lane. Brick side boundary walls. Stone boundary wall at the rear.
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.