Heath Park Avenue, Heath, Cardiff




    A rare opportunity to acquire this iconic double bay fronted and turreted 1913, beautifully appointed Edwardian semi-detached property offering accommodation over three floors in an enviable position in the sought-after Heath Park Avenue only minutes' walk from UHW, Heath halt train station Roath Park Lake, and Heath Park. A new authentic roof, a spacious elegant hall, an impressive deep bayed lounge with ornate Carrara marble fireplace, sitting room with access to the patio, kitchen of cherrywood with induction hob and AEG pyrolytic oven, dining room with further bay door to the rear garden, 4 bedrooms, family bathroom and separate WC to the first floor with a 5th bedroom to the second floor with views of the North Cardiff hills. Gas central heating, period glazing, built in wardrobes, rich in Arts & Crafts period features, fireplaces, round walls, picture rails, cornices. Outside is an enclosed garden to the front with driveway for 2/3 cars, 115ft west facing private rear garden. EPC Rating : E

    Ground Floor

    Entrance Porch
    Approached via double arched entrance doors, tiled floor with upstand, period door with leaded and glazed arched shaped side screens and panels into the entrance hallway, lighting.

    Entrance Hall
    17'1" (5.21m) x 9'5" (2.87m) overall. An impressive beautiful large entrance to the property with a feature original oval shaped window to the front, double radiator, under stairs storage cupboard with lighting, half turning spindle staircase to the first floor and landing, period features including moulding skirting boards, door architraves, picture rail and curved ceiling, feature curved wall. Telephone point.

    16'11" (5.16m) x 12'11" (3.94m) overall. Feature bay with original square leaded sash windows with panelling beneath overlooking the front driveway, two radiators, feature fireplace with surround and marble hearth and matching back, telephone and TV point, period features including the moulded skirting boards and picture rail.

    Sitting Room
    15'3" (4.65m) x11'0" (3.35m) overall. Beautifully appointed room with windows and door into a covered veranda leading onto the patio and 115ft West facing rear garden, period fireplace with over mantle mirror and storage beneath, double radiator, period features including ornate coving, picture rail and moulded skirting boards.

    11'9" (3.58m) x 11'7" (3.53m) Sash windows to the side, cherry wood style kitchen fitted along four sides comprising eye level units, display cabinets and base units with drawers and granite work tops over with matching upstand behind splashback area and behind the hob, inset 1.5 bowl sink with mixer tap and shaped worktop, integral dishwasher, fitted four ring induction hob, space for upright fridge/freezer, plumbing and space for washing machine, ceramic floor tiling, ceiling beams and ceiling spotlights, door to the side giving access to the front and rear gardens, arch way to

    Dining Room
    15'4" (4.67m) x 11'5" (3.48m) overall. Fireplace with a cream surround, black granite hearth with matching back, beautifully restored herringbone woodblock flooring, radiator, period style wall panelling, picture rail, bay windows and large tilt and turn door giving access to the 115ft rear garden.

    First Floor Landing
    Continuation of matching half turning spindle wide staircase to the second floor landing, period doors giving access to four bedrooms, bathroom and separate WC.

    Bedroom 1
    17'9" (5.41m) x 12'6" (3.81m) overall. Feature five part bay window with original leaded glazing and deep shelved sill with exposed vaulted ceiling, period fireplace with above mantle oval mirror and original fireplace with tiling, fitted wardrobes comprising of two doubles, one single with overhead storage, hanging space and shelving, panelled radiator, period features include moulded skirting boards, picture rail.

    Bedroom 2
    15'2" (4.62m) x 11'0" (3.35m) overall. Period fire surround, feature window and French doors opening onto a covered veranda which enjoys the setting sun, with a black timber balustrade with polycarbonate roof, radiator, telephone point.

    Bedroom 3
    13'1" (3.99m) x 11'8" (3.56m) A third double bedroom overlooking the 115ft rear garden, radiator, exposed vaulted ceiling, picture rail, moulded skirting boards, vanity sink with tiled splashback.

    Bedroom 4
    9'10" (3m) x 9'5" (2.87m) A generous fourth bedroom with original leaded glazing overlooking Heath Park Avenue, period fireplace, moulded skirting boards, picture rail, radiator.

    Family Bathroom
    8'3" (2.51m) x 7'2" (2.18m) overall. A traditional style white suite comprising panelled bath with telephone style brass mixer taps with ceramic wall tile surround and glazed shower screen, period sash window, pedestal wash hand basin with mirror above, close coupled WC, ceramic floor tiling, radiator, airing cupboard with shelving.

    Separate WC
    Sash window to the side, close coupled WC, wall mounted ceramic wash hand basin, ceramic floor tiling.

    Second Floor Landing
    Door to bedroom five.

    Bedroom 5
    15'11" (4.85m) x 10'6" (3.2m) with sloping ceilings. Exposed vaulted ceiling beams, recently replaced large double glazed Velux roof window overlooking the rear garden with distant views of the North Cardiff hills. Low level double radiator, miniature door giving access to the remaining eaves space which continues around.

    Outside Front
    Enclosed with a natural hedgerow boundary and parking for at least 2/3 cars, planting area with rose bushes and established tree. Path continues to side, gated side access which leads to the rear garden.

    Rear Garden
    115'0" (35.05m) West facing with a large central area laid to lawn with large paved patio and path leading to the rear boundary, laid circular crazy paved section to the rear and established tree. Flanked with flower beds and established plants and shrubbery. A brick built garden store with pitched roof, door and windows, outside WC with high level flush, covered veranda area from the sitting room with quarry floor tiling, outside water tap, external lighting to the side, gated entrance from the side.

    Viewers Material Information
    1) Prospective viewers should view the Cardiff Adopted Local Development Plan 2006-2026 (LDP) and employ their own Professionals to make enquiries with Cardiff County Council Planning Department ( before making any transactional decision.
    Tenure: Freehold (Vendors Solicitor to confirm)
    Council Tax Band: G (2017)