Michael Jones and Company

029 2034 2331


Guide Price £339,950

3 Bedrooms / 2 Bathrooms / 2 Reception

  • Attractive end-terrace house with large corner plot.
  • 2 Reception rooms.
  • Galley Kitchen.
  • GF Shower room/wc.
  • 3 Bedrooms.
  • Bath/shower room/wc
  • Corner plot with development potential.
  • Detached Garage.

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Located in one of the most popular suburbs of the city, and only a short distance from the vibrant village of Whitchurch, is this end-terrace house offering family-size accommodation that requires some updating but has the benefit of a generous corner plot. Garage. The property has gas central heating and double-glazing. Freehold. Council Tax Band E. EPC Rating E. See all our properties for sale at www.OnTheMarket.com.

Located in one of the most popular suburbs of the city, and only a short distance from the vibrant village of Whitchurch, is this delightful end-terrace house that offers family-size accommodation that requires some updating but having the benefit of a generous corner plot with development potential. The property has gas central heating from a fire-fronted gas boiler that is situated in the living room, and there are radiators virtually throughout. The property has the added benefit of double-glazing. It is the end house of a terrace of three similar properties, with attractive double-bayed (bay-over-bay) front elevations of facing brick, and the roof is of slates. At the front is a gravelled garden area with brick boundary walls, and a wrought-iron gate. At the side and rear of the property is a sizeable garden area that may offer potential for extending or development (subject to planning approval). We understand that the property is Freehold.

With the city centre just four miles away in one direction and countryside and woodland less than a mile in the other - the suburb of Whitchurch offers the very best of both worlds.
It has been put on the map by sporting legends Gareth Bale, Geraint Thomas and Sam Warburton who were all at the local high school, and it is easy to see why it is such a popular place to live and visit, with something for everyone. There is an excellent Library, nurseries, junior and senior schools, bus and train commuter services to the city centre, and one of the best suburban shopping areas with Boots, Iceland and Co-op supermarkets, and a variety of shops and stores. The village is vibrant day and night as the suburb has established itself as a real foodie destination with lots of family-friendly cafes and restaurants, alongside traditional pubs. The historic Fox & Hounds pub is situated just off what is now the main thoroughfare through Whitchurch. However, this was once the centre of the old village which dates back to the 12th century, as directly behind the pub a Norman motte and bailey castle once stood. Across the road are St Mary’s Gardens, once home to St Mary’s Church, (the white church) which gave the area of Whitchurch its original name.
If it’s fresh air and exercise you are looking for, Whitchurch Golf Club is only a short distance from the property. The suburb also runs alongside the Taff Trail popular with walkers and cyclists, and there are a number of parks and interesting countryside walks. If you don't want to go far, the Forest Farm Nature Reserve is less than a mile from the main street. It includes the last remaining stretch of the former Glamorganshire canal, which ran from Merthyr Tydfil to Cardiff. The canal still provides a good hunting ground for kingfishers, herons and many other species.

A double-glazed aluminium-framed front door with side and top screens, opens into: -

A pleasant hall. Stairs lead to the first floor. Laminate flooring. Central heating radiator. Central heating thermostat control. Gas meter cupboard. 2 power points. Door into the: -

LIVING ROOM (15' x 11'1" max. approx.)
Double-glazed aluminium-framed sliding patio door and side screen, opening to the rear garden. Curtain rail and runners. Double-glazed side window. Stone block fireplace with inset fire-fronted, gas central heating unit. Central heating radiator. Wall light connections. Wall shelf. 14 power points. Polished tongue-and-groove panelling to the alcove walls. Glazed sliding doors open into the: -

FRONT ROOM (11'9" x 12'3" into bay approx. max.)
Having a bay at the front with double-glazed picture and casement windows. Curtain rail and runners. Central heating radiator. Polished tongue-and-groove panelling to the chimney-breast wall.
3 power points. Two alcove light fittings.

KITCHEN. 17'10" x 6'5" max. approx.)
A galley-style kitchen having a range of beige-fronted units with wooden handles, and oak-style worktops that comprise, floor cupboards and drawers. Stainless-steel sink top. Beige ceramic tile splashbacks to the worktops. Glass-fronted feature wall cupboards, and open end shelves. Tower pantry/storage unit. Electric cooker point. Electric cooker hood. Plumbing connections for a washing machine. Laminate flooring. Under-stairs storage space with light. Fluorescent light fittings. Central heating radiator. Double-glazed side casement window with fitted vertical blind. Double-glazed aluminium-framed casement window, and double-glazed door to the garden. Light oak-style laminate flooring. 7 power points. Door to the hall. Space-saver folding door to the: -

Having a Triton Serrano electrically-heated shower. Curtain rail. Walls tiled in white ceramic tiles. Tile wet-room floor. Double-glazed casement window. Fitted roller blind. Heated towel rail/radiator. Low-flush toilet.

A panelled dog-leg staircase leads to the: -

Having a panelled return. Electric meter and consumer unit.

FRONT BEDROOM NO. 1 (14' into bay x 9'7" + 2' wardrobe depth.approx)
A pleasant double bedroom that has a bay at the front with double-glazed picture and casement windows. Curtain rail and runners. Central heating radiator. 4 power points. Wall-to-wall range of sliding mirror-doored wardrobes with hanging and shelved space. Telephone point.

FRONT BEDROOM NO. 2 (8'6" x 6'2" approx. max.)
A single bedroom or study. Double-glazed casement window at the front. Curtain rail and runners. Central heating radiator. 2 power points. Loft access.

REAR BEDROOM NO. 3 (10'7" x 9'1" + 2'6" wardrobe approx. max.)
Double-glazed casement window at the rear. Curtain rail and runners. Central heating radiator. Wall-to-wall range of sliding mirror-doored wardrobes with hanging and shelved space, and also incorporating an airing cupboard with the hot water tank. Shelves and cold tank above. 2 power points.

Having a quadrant shower cubicle with sliding entry doors and glazed side screens. and electrically-heated shower unit. White pedestal wash-hand basin, and close-coupled toilet. Water-proof marble-effect wall panelling to three walls. Double-glazed casement window. Fitted blinds. Large wall mirror. Central heating radiator. Mirror-fronted wall cabinet. Electric convector heater. Half-glazed door to the landing.

A side garden of good size that may lend itself to adding additional living accommodation (subject to planning permission.) A paved path accesses the: -

At the rear is a paved and concreted patio garden of good size, with brick and block boundary walls. Pedestrian gate access to the side road.

Constructed of concrete sections with a corrugated asbestos sheet roof. Roller shutter door. Side personal door. Short drive accessed from the side road.

We understand that the property is Freehold.

VIEWING ARRANGEMENTS: Strictly by appointment only.
Before booking a viewing please make sure that you have:-
1. Seen the property details and photographs online.
2. Put yourselves in a position to proceed with a purchase e.g. Sold and/or have a Mortgage in Principle and Proof of your Deposit. *We may require you to speak to our Independent Financial Adviser Sarah Dawkin (based in our Whitchurch Road Office 07930 962058 sarahdawkin@mtpolo.co.uk.) to qualify your ability to obtain mortgage finance before an offer can be accepted.

Reference: MJE1001455


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.