4 Bed Terraced House  Under-Offer  Springwood  Cardiff  Glamorgan  CF23  - £174,995

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Zevizo Properties are extremely proud to offer this 4 bedroom home to the Cardiff market.

This property with 4 bedrooms and 3 receptions can offer even the largest of families the space they need and deserve. Situated in a quiet family orientated neighbourhood with many pleasant people around this is an ideal place to live and to grow together.

The property briefly comprises living room, dining room, third reception that opens up to the garden, kitchen and utility area, 3 bedrooms and a family bathroom on the first floor and then a further bedroom with en-suite on the 2nd floor.

Outside there are 2 gardens, one to the front and one situated to the rear of the property. The front garden offers a warm welcome to the home as you are led up a path to the side of a lawn area. Your are then met by a picket fence and gate which gives entry to a lovely ornate stone garden as well as a decked area where the front door is found. The back garden is more enclosed than the front and has a decked area as well as an artificial grass area. The artificial grass has the flexibility of being lifted and used as a parking space for the property which is accessed via the large gate from the road behind.

With family in mind this property is in the catchment area for Springwood Primary school and also Llanishen High for you with elder children. These are some of the best schools in Cardiff with good curricular as well as extra-curricular activities.

This is simply a property that must be viewed to truly appreciate its beauty and to envisage yourself here in the future. Get in touch today to arrange a viewing today.Living room 4.2 x 3.7 m (13′9″ x 12′2″ ft)
An extremely spacious living room is full of character and good points. First of these is the amount of natural light that enters the room via the sliding doors out on to the front garden meaning that the room can be opened up to the outdoors. Secondly, there is an ornate wood mantelpiece which frames a lovely gas fire and is placed on top of a white marble ledge. The floors which follow all the way through the reception rooms are beautiful wood parquet and the walls are finished in a luxury emulsion. There is access to the hallway via a door and there is also access through to the dining room.

Dining room 3.4 x 2.7 m (11′2″ x 8′10″ ft)
Styled in very much the same way as the living room and has access through to the kitchen, reception 2 as well as the living room. This room is very much the central hub of the home and has space for a great dining table to take up residence.

Reception 2 3.5 x 3.0 m (11′6″ x 9′10″ ft)
This reception room takes its lead from the other 2 in terms of décor and also has the added benefit of sliding doors out to the rear garden. This means that the room has plenty of natural light in the day.

Kitchen/utility area 5.2 x 2.2 m (17′1″ x 7′3″ ft)
This kitchen has numerous base, wall and display units all in a cream colour along with black & grey flecked, curved edge worktops. Integrated within the base units are a dishwasher, fridge and also a freezer too as well as this there is a sink that is sunk into the worktop. Another great quality is the gas double range oven and hob with extraction system located above. Following the worktop around from the sink there is a utility area too where there is space under the counter for a washing machine and there are also shelves for storage as well. The floors throughout the kitchen are tiled and the walls are finished in emulsion with tiled splash-backs over the work tops.

Bedroom 1 4.1 x 3.3 m (13′5″ x 10′10″ ft)
The largest of the rooms on the first floor and does not disappoint. The room benefits from a beautiful built-in over-bed storage unit with his and hers nightstand with a feature floral wall paper inset. The floors of this space are stripped wood and the rest of the walls are finished in emulsion.

Bedroom 2 3.4 x 3.0 m (11′2″ x 9′10″ ft)
Another good-sized room that has fitted carpets, emulsion finish walls and a window looking out on to the back garden.

Bedroom 3 2.3 x 2.1 m (7′7″ x 6′11″ ft)
A smaller room that has the potential to be whatever you want it to be and is currently used as a nursery bedroom. Could easily be used as an office, game room or for storage.

Family Bathroom 2.5 x 1.7 m (8′2″ x 5′7″ ft)
A clean, crisp and tidy bathroom that includes a lovely white 3 piece suite. The suite includes W/C, integrated wash basin with mirror above and a bath unit with chrome taps. Above the bath there is a shower and there is a glass splash protector that swings open or closed dependant on what the bath is being used for. The floors are linoleum and the walls are partly tiled and partly finished in emulsion paint there is also the bonus of 3 frosted glass windows for privacy and natural light as well.

Bedroom 4 5.0 x 4.7 m (16′5″ x 15′5″ ft)
Situated in the attic of the property and could possibly be considered a retreat from the rest of the house. A large space that could be good for a family member looking for a bit of privacy and independence. This room comes with its very own en-suite which includes W/C and shower.

These are for general guidance only. You are responsible to confirm accuracy by inspection.
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