A handsome bay fronted Edwardian end-terrace house with period features. The accommodation comprises of: porch, hallway, through lounge/dining room, large kitchen/breakfast room, lean-to conservatory, three double bedrooms and bathroom. There is a forecourt and a small walled rear garden with a brick built stores/work-shop . Mostly double glazed windows and Gas central heating.
The property is located in this popular residential street close to the varied amenities of Cowbridge Road East with its shopping and leisure facilities, including the renowned Chapter Arts Centre and the popular Lansdowne family friendly pub which are within a short walk. The City Centre, Cardiff Bay and the M4 link road are all within 10 minutes drive.
An open porch with original black & white tiled floor and half tiled walls. modern composite double glazed front door to:
Original tiled floor, dado rail, radiator, staircase rising to the first floor, panelled doors off. The original coal cellar runs beneath the hallway providing a storage area with standing room.
The original two rooms have been knocked through to provide an open plan lounge and dining room with uPVC framed double glazed bay windows to the front elevation and double glazed door, to the lean-to conservatory, two period fireplaces, stripped wood original cabinet to one alcove, picture rail, ceiling coving, two radiators, painted wood floorboards to the dining area.
Lean-to conservatory A simple but pleasant lean-to with plenty of natural light, black & white tiled floor, half glazed door to the rear garden.
A lovely room with original black & tan quarry tiled floor, original dresser and further original cupboard. The focal point of the room is a handsome ‘AGA’ gas range set into the chimney breast. Some dado height wood panelling, wood framed sash double glazed window to the conservatory, window and ‘Velux’ to the rear elevation, French doors opening to the rear garden.
First floor landing
Panelled doors off, landing storage cupboard.
uPVC framed double glazed bay windows plus further window to front elevation, radiator, polished wood floorboards, period fireplace with cupboard to one side, ceiling coving, picture rail.
Double glazed window to the rear elevation, period fireplace, cupboard to one side of the chimney breast, picture rail, painted floorboards, radiator.
uPVC framed double glazed window to the rear elevation, polished wood floorboards, original fireplace, radiator, modern wash hand basin set on a glass plinth, access hatch to attic.
Equipped with a traditional roll top bath on claw feet with mixer tap and hand held shower spray, Traditional ‘Art deco’ style pedestal wash hand basin with pillar taps, close coupled W.C. Cupboard housing ‘Worcester’ combi boiler. Chrome radiator/towel warmer, small double glazed window, recessed ceiling down-lights.
Forecourt with low wall, railings and gate. To the rear is a small, pretty private walled garden with door to a lane at one side. There is a useful Brick built garden stores/workshop suitable for various uses.
Council tax band E Tenure Freehold EPC rating E(46) Floor area 1130 ft Sq (105 M2)