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Rhiwbina Hill, Rhiwbina, Cardiff

£725,000

    Description

    SOLD SUBJECT TO CONTRACT BY KELVIN FRANCIS


    PRICE RANGE £725,000 - £775,000

    Over 3,000 sq ft, modern electrics and plumbing

    A superb and exceptional, completely individual, double bay and double fronted red brick Victorian detached property. The property was built circa 1902 and positioned on a generous plot of approximately 1/5 of an acre on the highly sought after Rhiwbina Hill. The property falls into the school catchments for Rhiwbina Primary School and Whitchurch High School and is just a short drive from the M4 motorway junction 32.
    Entrance porch, cloakroom and W.C, large entrance hall, impressive bay fronted principal lounge, formal dining room, study/snug room, 25ft kitchen/breakfast room, utility room, 5 double bedrooms, 2 en suites, a family bathroom with shower, first floor laundry room with further staircase to the large fully boarded attic space with windows. Double glazed sash windows with some original stained and leaded work, gas central heating (serviced by two boilers), built-in oven, hob and hood, an abundance of period features including coved ceilings, picture rails, dado rails, skirting boards, door architrave surrounds and ornate fireplaces, built-in wardrobes. Enclosed surrounding beautifully maintained gardens with mature trees, double driveway leading to a large double garage. EPC Rating: E


    Ground Floor

    Entance Porch
    Approached by a solid entrance door with stained and leaded glazed section to upper parts, further double glazed timber framed sash window with stained and leaded glass, original tiled flooring, wood panelling to half height, arched half glazed door and side screens with the original stained glass leaded section to the upper parts leading into the entrance hall.

    Entrance Hall
    25'0" (7.62m) x 8'0" (2.44m)
    An impressive central entrance hall with an abundance of original features including ornate coved ceiling, dado rail, skirting boards, door surround architraves, original tiled flooring, spindle staircase to first floor landing with newel post, under stairs storage with continuation of the flooring.


    Cloakroom
    8'1" (2.46m) x 5'0" (1.52m)
    Ceramic floor tiling and wall tiling to picture rail height, decorative tiled borders, door leading to WC area with painted glazed upper partition, close coupled push button WC with concealed cistern, half sunken ceramic wash basin with storage beneath, continuation of the ceramic floor tiling, wall tiling to picture rail height, opaque double glazed sash window, heated chrome towel rail.


    Lounge
    24'9" (7.54m) x 17'8" (5.38m) into bay
    A bright room overlooking the mature and beautifully manicured rear garden, original and individual ornate fire surround with hearth and coal effect gas fire, continuation of the period features including coved ceiling, picture rails, skirting boards, door architraves, bay window with double glazed sash windows, original stained and leaded glazing to upper parts, half glazed door and side screens leading into the garden room, three radiators, TV and telephone points.


    Garden Room
    13'6" (4.11m) x 7'10" (2.39m)
    Brick base and timber construction, polycarbonate roof, double glazed windows and French doors leading onto the rear decking and garden beyond, stained and leaded glazing to upper parts, ceramic floor tiling, lighting.


    Study/Snug room
    14'0" (4.27m) x 12'11" (3.94m)
    Timber framed double glazed sash windows with stained and leaded glazing to the front and side, original fire surround on a slate hearth with inset coal effect cast iron fire, radiator, serving hatch from breakfast room, TV and telephone points, period features.


    Dining Room
    21'6" (6.55m) x 14'3" (4.34m) into bay
    Timber framed double glazed sash windows with original stained and leaded glazing to the upper parts, overlooking the rear decking and garden, fireplace recess with timber surround, two double radiators, period features.


    Kitchen/Breakfast Room
    25' (7.62m) x 12'4" (3.76m) overall
    Divided by a central pillar and breakfast bar, kitchen appointed along four sides comprising eye level units and base units with drawers and round nosed worktops over, ceramic wall tiling to work surface areas, inset sink with double drainer, plumbing and space for dishwasher, inset electric hob with extractor fan above, eye level double oven and grill, window to courtyard and side, space for upright fridge/freezer, ceramic floor tiling continuing into the breakfast area, original dresser with drawers and units, ceramic tiled worktop, serving hatch to study/snug, space for upright fridge/freezer, radiator, telephone and TV points, door leading to side entrance hall. Double glazed door giving access to the side driveway, hall continuing to utility room.


    Utility room
    13'2" (4.01m) x 6'6" (1.98m)
    Double glazed window overlooking the courtyard area, ceramic floor tiling, base units and drawers with round nosed worktops over, ceramic wall tiling to work surface surrounds, inset bowl with drainer and mixer tap, space for further appliances and plumbing for washing machine, small loft hatch, door to double garage.


    First Floor Landing
    Spindle balustrade, galleried landing with matching spindle balustrade, period coved ceiling, dado rail, skirting boards and door architraves, doors to first floor accommodation.




    Bedroom 1
    17'4" (5.28m) x 14'3" (4.34m) into bay
    Timber framed double glazed sash windows with original stained and leaded glazing, overlooking the superb rear garden, fireplace with original timber surround with feature above mantel mirror, inset cast iron fire (not functioning), double radiator, TV and telephone points, two double wardrobes with hanging rails and shelving, period features door to . . .


    En Suite Shower Room
    Recessed shower with thermostatic controls, power shower, concealed pipe work, ceramic wall tiling to picture rail height, bi-folding glazed door, low level close coupled push button WC with concealed cistern, half sunken wash basin with storage beneath, vanity mirror with light above and shaver point, heated towel rail, ceramic floor tiling, wall tiling to picture rail height, ceiling spotlights, extractor fan.


    Bedroom 2
    21'10" (6.65m) into bay x 12'4" (3.76m) overall
    Timber framed double glazed sash windows with original stained and leaded glazing, overlooking the rear garden, double radiator, further vertical radiator, TV and telephone points, bedroom furniture comprising of three double wardrobes and a single wardrobe of limited depth around the chimney breast, hanging rails and shelving, dresser area, period features, door to . . .


    En Suite Bathroom
    Large en suite comprising steel bath with ceramic wall tiling surrounds, recessed shower area with tri-folding glazed door and thermostatic shower controls and power shower, concealed pipe work and fixed body jets, ceramic wall tiling, feature 'His & Hers' wash basins with storage beneath and vanity mirror, shaver point and lighting above, pull out storage, low level close coupled push button WC, concealed cistern, bidet, extractor fan, opaque internal window to landing, period features.

    Bedroom 3
    15'3" (4.65m) x 12'1" (3.68m) overall
    Double glazed sash windows with original stained and leaded glazing, double radiator, feature fireplace (not functional), telephone and TV point, period features, fitted wardrobes comprising two doubles and one single with mirrored door.


    Bedroom 4
    15'7" (4.75m) x 12'11" (3.94m) L-shaped
    Double glazed sash windows with stained and leaded glass, with view up Rhiwbina Hill and north Cardiff hills, two double radiators, telephone and TV points, period features, doorway to enclosed walk-in wardrobe/vanity area, sunken ceramic sink with worktop area, vanity mirror and lighting, storage below, further open shelving and hanging space, double radiator.


    Bedroom 5
    13'0" (3.96m) x 10'4" (3.15m)
    A fifth double bedroom, double glazed sash window overlooking the driveway, double garage and north Cardiff hills, radiator, period features.


    Family Bathroom/Shower Room
    Aspect to the side, twin grip steel panelled bath with comprehensive ceramic wall tiling to picture rail height, close coupled push button WC with concealed cistern, half sunken wash hand basin with storage below, vanity mirror, shaver point and light above, ceramic floor tiling, shower enclosure with bi-folding glazed doors, power shower, thermostatic shower controls with concealed pipe work and ceramic wall tiling, extractor fan.

    Upstairs Laundry Room
    12'0" (3.66m) x 8'1" (2.46m)
    Double glazed sash window to side, Belfast sink with mixer tap, base unit and worktops, plumbing and space for washing machine and tumble dryer, tile effect laminate flooring, ceramic wall tiling with decorative border, two Glow-Worm wall mounted gas central heating boilers working seamlessly in tandem, airing cupboard with shelving housing hot water cylinder, further half turning staircase to attic space with under stairs storage.


    Attic Space
    33'9" (10.29m) x 26'2" (7.98m) overall
    Double opening floor doors, a completely open space, fully boarded with lighting, ideal for conversion or a recreational games room with four double glazed Velux roof lights.


    Gardens
    Enclosed corner plot, pillared entrance with walk through gate and double gates to the block paved driveway leading to the double garage and side entrance door with covered canopy, external lighting, further block paved path with shaped hedgerow, leading to principal entrance door with courtesy coach light. Opening into the beautifully manicured main garden which surrounds the property, mature trees, plants and shrubs, section of stepping stones integrated with slate chippings, shaped decking area suspended over a small water feature which runs the majority of the garden, laid mainly to lawn, further external lighting, courtyard area to the rear with water tap.


    Double Garage
    Brick and block cavity construction, two up-and-over doors, obscured high level windows to side, power points and lighting, large roof void.

    Viewers Material Information
    Prospective viewers should view the Cardiff Local Development Plan 2006-2026 Deposit Plan Working Draft - No Status Document and employ their own Professionals to make enquiries with Cardiff County Council Planning Department (www.cardiff.gov.uk) before making any transactional decision.
    Tenure: Freehold (Vendors Solicitor to confirm)
    Council Tax Band: I (2017)