3 Bed Terraced House  Under-Offer  Abercynon Road  Abercynon  Rhondda  CF45  - £83,500

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Zevizo Properties are proud to offer this 3 bedroom terraced property to the local market.

This property would be ideal for a family looking for either their first home or potentially looking for that little bit of extra space for their growing family. This family home has all the important parts in great condition so that you could move in with the minimum of stress and upheaval.

The property itself comprises large open plan living space, kitchen, 3 bedrooms as well as a large family bathroom. This property is styled in a modern taste that is both comfortable and relaxing.

Set in the picturesque village of Abercynon which itself has a real feel of community with a number of pubs and social clubs as well as the local rugby team. The village is only 16 miles north of Cardiff which is easily accessible using the A470 and can be taken in the opposite direction to Merthyr Tydfil too.

The property has a lovely back garden which is split between a decked area and a lower area laid to stone. The garden is very much a sun trap and would be ideal for enjoying the finer months of the year for entertaining and relaxing.

Get in touch today to arrange a viewing.Open plan living space 6.2 x 3.6 m (20′4″ x 11′10″ ft)
A large open living space that gives great flexibility to the potential buyer with the current set up being a lounge area and a dining area closest to the entrance to the kitchen. The room itself benefits from hardwood floors, emulsion walls, windows to front and rear to allow for natural light as well as entrances off to the entrance hall and kitchen.

Kitchen 2.9 x 2.6 m (9′6″ x 8′6″ ft)
A beautifully fitted kitchen that is not only stylish but pragmatically thought out. There are numerous wall and base units which provide plenty of storage space as well as having an integrated hob and and oven with extraction system directly above. Under the counter there is space for a washing machine as well as dryer and there is a chrome sink with mixer tap directly underneath a picture window which gives beautiful views out across the valley. Towards the back of the kitchen there is a large storage space and adjacent to the entrance of the living room there is the back door out on to the garden.

Bedroom 1 3.3 x 2.9 m (10′10″ x 9′6″ ft)
Located at the back of the property meaning views over the garden and the picturesque scenery beyond. The room benefits from fitted carpets and emulsion finish walls.

Bedroom 2 4.3 x 2.5 m (14′1″ x 8′2″ ft)
Another double room in the house that is located at the front that also has fitted carpets aswell as emulsion walls.

Bedroom 3 3.3 x 2.1 m (10′10″ x 6′11″ ft)
Either an very large single room or a cosy double that could be ideal for an infant, toddler or child.

Family bathroom 1.8 x 2 m (5′11″ x 6′7″ ft)
A large bathroom that has everything a family could need including corner bath unit with shower head attachment, separate shower cubicle, W/C and pedestal wash basin. The floors are tiled as well as the walls with a frosted privacy glass window to allow for natural light.

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