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A beautifully presented and appointed double bay fronted characterful and unique detached period property built circa 1880's and originally belonging to what was once the neighbouring old school and occupied by the former Headmaster. Within a unique position of a no-through road, just a short walk to the vibrantCardiff city centre with an abundance of arcades, shops and eateries, also having relatively easy access to the A48 and M4. Entrance hall, 26' bay fronted lounge opening into a 27' kitchen breakfast room with bi-fold doors to the patio, sitting room, shower room, wash room, utility lean-to, 4 large bedrooms, enuite shower room and a family bathroom as a well as large boarded loft area. A mixture of Upvc double glazing, double glazed bi-fold doors as well as period sash windows, gas central heating, built-in wardrobes, range-style cooker, integral dishwasher, fridge and freezer. Many period features including flooring, coved ceilings, dado rails, skirting boards and door architraves. Outside is fully enclosed with a gated front paved area with parking for 3-4 cars with relaxation areas to the front and side, which is accessed from the bi-fold kitchen doors. EPC Rating: E.
Approached via a covered arched entrance porch with original wall tiling to half height and chequered floor tiling, a wide period timber entrance door giving access to the hallway, solid wood flooring, panel radiator, full turning spindle staircase to the first floor landing, walk-in under stairs storage with light, many period features include the coved ceiling, dado rail, skirting boards, door architrave surrounds as well as a feature original wall mounted school bell, telephone point.
26'6" (8.08m) x 11'8" (3.56m)
A beautiful light and characterful room with the original Georgian style bay sash windows, feature fireplace with inset cast iron fire grate on a flagstone hearth with recessed seating around, continuation of the quality wood flooring from the dining room, panel radiator, the many period features include the coved ceilings, raised skirting boards and ceiling roses, wall lights, large square opening into the kitchen/breakfast room.
27'7" (8.41m) x 10'1" (3.07m)
A superb traditional style modern kitchen with a beautiful open plan feel with double glazed Velux roof lights, window to the side, feature arched window to the front with four-part folding doors giving access to the outside space, a beautifully appointed kitchen fitted along three sides with breakfast bar comprising of eye level units, display cabinets with soft-close drawers and black granite worktops over with matching upstand and sill, inset 1.5 bowl sink with mixer tap and grooved drainer, a large range style cooker with a six burner gas hob, multiple ovens below and drawer warmers with a wide cooker hood above, stylish ceiling spotlights, rounded corner base units, integrated Neff dishwasher, integrated fridge and freezer, quality stone flooring with under floor heating, intercom for the entrance door.
16'2" (4.93m) x 11'9" (3.58m) overall
Georgian style period bay sash windows overlooking the enclosed frontage, beautiful bespoke recessed storage and shelving either side of the chimney breast, inset log-effect gas fire on a marble style hearth with matching surround, panel radiator, wall lights, intercom system for the entrance door, period features include the coved ceiling and skirting boards.
Ground Floor Shower Room
10'7" (3.23m) x 5'7" (1.7m)
A beautifully appointed wet room with a large walk-in shower area with mosaic floor tiling and sunken drain, a large fixed glazed 6ft glass shower screen, Mira Sport electric shower, ceiling spotlights, recessed tiled shelving with lighting, opaque window to the side, contemporary white suite comprising of a close coupled push-button WC, pedestal wash hand basin with tiled splashback and vanity mirror above with lighting, quality floor tiling, heated chrome towel rail, door to the wash room.
11'5" (3.48m) x 5'5" (1.65m)
Opaque window to the rear, abundance of storage with eye level units and base units with drawers and round nose worktops over, inset sink with mixer tap and drainer, ceramic wall tiling to half height, quarry floor tiling, door to a lean-to laundry room.
Lean-to Laundry Room
Door to the front, vent for tumble dryer, plumbing and space for washing machine, polycarbonate roof, power points.
First Floor Landing
Double glazed large half window with Bevan Lodge logo to the rear, continuation of the dado rail, coved ceiling and skirting boards, quality wooden doors giving access to the first floor accommodation, intercom telephone for the entrance door.
14'8" (4.47m) x 11'8" (3.56m)
Beautiful arch-shaped period sash windows overlooking the front, panel radiator, telephone point, TV point, ceiling spotlights, three built-in double wardrobes with overhead storage, ceiling spotlights, period coved ceiling and skirting boards, walkway into en-suite.
A double shower unit with glazed sliding door and thermostatic shower controls, concealed pipe work, comprehensive ceramic wall tiling, plinth mounted circular wash hand basin, close coupled push-button WC, heated towel rail, ceiling spotlights, opaque window to the side.
14'10" (4.52m) x 11'2" (3.4m)
Feature arch shaped period sash windows overlooking the enclosed frontage, radiator, period skirting boards.
12'1" (3.68m) x 10'1" (3.07m)
Aspect to the side, a third double bedroom with aspect to the side, panel radiator, telephone point, period skirting boards.
11'8" (3.56m) x 8'8" (2.64m)
A generous fourth bedroom with period sash window to the side and opaque window to the rear, laminate flooring, radiator, fitted cupboard housing the Worcester gas central heating boiler with shelving and overhead storage, telephone point.
A white traditional suite comprising of a free-standing steel bath with mixer taps, close coupled push-button WC, pedestal wash hand basin, ceramic wall tiling and porcelain floor tiling, high level internal window to the en-suite, ceiling spotlights, loft access.
26'6" (8.08m) x 19'6" (5.94m)
A superb large space with full height area and feature gable end rooves to the feature circular windows which can be viewed from the front, fully boarded with lighting and power points.
Enclosed relaxation areas to the side and the front laid with flagstone paving as well as stone chippings and keyblock paving, well stocked flowerbeds, trees and shrubbery.
Stone boundary front wall with wrought iron gates, parking for 3-4 cars on a flagstone base, further established surrounding bordering trees and shrubbery offering excellent screening and leading to the covered entrance porchway, side walkway with water tap leads to the utility room and two brick built covered outside stores.
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3) The property is in a conservation area.
Tenure: Freehold (Vendors Solicitor to confirm)
Council Tax Band: G (2020)
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