Ely Road, Llandaff, Cardiff

Features:

  • GRADE II LISTED
  • DETACHED
  • FOUR BEDROOMS
  • THREE BATHROOMS
  • THREE RECEPTION ROOMS
  • DOUBLE GARAGE
  • CLOSE TO LOCAL AMENITIES
  • WALKING DISTANCE LLANDAFF VILLAGE
  • EPC EXEMPT
  • VIEWING HIGHLY RECOMMENDED

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    A rare opportunity to purchase this unique, four /five bedroom detached family home, known as the ‘The Stables’. This stunning grade two listed property was originally part of the Manor House built circa 1850. Attributed to the Victorian diocesan architect of Llandaff John Pritchard. ‘The Stables’ has been meticulously restored by its current owners over 20 years ago in conjunction with heritage architect Clive Hill and Cadw. Every element of the property was refurbished or restored, including a new traditionally built roof, the interior was fully refurbished to include all modern conveniences, with attention to detail whilst preserving its historical character.
    The property comprises; a very spacious entrance hallway with double doors leading to cloakroom, substantial drawing room, sitting room, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room and utility room. To the first floor there is large landing area, with well-appointed bedrooms. The generous master bedroom with dressing room, walk-in wardrobe, and en-suite. There are three further excellent sized bedrooms and a family bathroom. Outside there are delightful, enclosed gardens, double garage with integral storage loft. A courtyard offering ample parking.
    Viewings are highly recommended.

    LOCATION
    Ideally located and within walking distance of Llandaff Village with its picturesque streets with a variety of shops, restaurants and public houses. The iconic Llandaff Cathedral sits proudly in the heart of the village close to the scenic River Taff. Located close to highly regarded, private, public, and Welsh medium schools. Cardiff City Centre is easily accessed by the regular bus and train services close by.

    Entrance – 4.88m x 3.45m (16’0″ x 11’3″) – Solid wood front door leading to a spacious entrance hallway, with carpeted floor, painted walls, dado rail, smooth ceiling with ornate coving. Stairs to first floor, under stairs storage cupboard, window to front, alarm panel and radiator with TRV.

    Cloakroom – 1.25m x 1.87m (4’1″ x 6’1″) – Comprising, low-level WC, wall-mounted wash hand basin, painted walls, smooth ceiling, partially tiled walls, carpeted floor and heated towel rail with TRV.

    Drawing Room – 7.54m x 5.41m (24’8″ x 17’8″) – An excellent-sized principle reception with carpeted floor, painted walls, smooth ceiling with ornate coving and ceiling roses. External solid wood doors to front, rear and French doors to side aspect, plus windows to front and rear, dado rail. Feature stone fireplace, currently with log-effect gas stove. Radiators with TRV’s.

    Sitting Room – 5.44m x 3.92m (17’10” x 12’10”) – Overlooking the front aspect, with carpeted floor, painted walls, dado rail, smooth ceiling with ornate coving and ceiling roses. Wooden-beamed feature wall above an open fire, suitable for electric or flued fires. Radiators with TRV’s. Opening to:

    Dining Room/Office – 3.60m x 2.93m (11’9″ x 9’7″) – A versatile space with carpeted floor, painted walls, dado rail, smooth ceiling with ornate coving, Solid wood door and window to front, ample space for large family dining table. Door to inner hall and radiator with TRV.

    Inner Hallway – Doors to sitting room, dining room, utility room and steps down to kitchen, radiator with TRV.

    Utility Room – 2.43m x 2.41m (7’11” x 7’10”) – With a range of wall and base units and contrasting work surfaces. Stainless steel sink with side drainer, wall mounted Worcester gas central heating boiler, hatch to kitchen, space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer. Radiator with TRV.

    Kitchen/Breakfast Room – 8.06m x 2.23m (26’5″ x 7’3″) – A traditional and charming kitchen/breakfast room, with a range of wall and base units with contrasting work surfaces. Stainless steel double sink with side drainer, space for range cooker and dishwasher. Tiled floor to kitchen area. Ample space for family breakfast table. Breakfast area with laminate flooring, painted walls , smooth ceiling and radiator with TRV. Two solid wood doors and windows overlooking the beautiful gardens.

    First Floor – Approached via carpeted full-turning staircase with mahogany spindle banister and Velux windows. Large central landing area that would lend itself as a study. Picture window to front, painted walls, dado rail, smooth ceiling with wood beams. Airing cupboard housing the hot water cylinder with shelving and a light. Access via drop-down ladder to boarded roof space with lighting. Radiators with TRV.

    Bedroom One – 5.47m x 3.71m (17’11” x 12’2″) – A substantial master bedroom with carpeted floor, painted walls, smooth ceiling, access to the boarded roof space, wooden beams and windows to rear and side aspects. Stable door and steps leading to front court yard. Radiators with TRV’s. Opening to;

    Dressing Room/Bedroom – 3.70m x 3.53m (12’1″ x 11’6″) – A large dressing room with walk-in wardrobe comprising hanging rails, shelving and radiator with TRV. A versatile space that could easily become a further bedroom. Radiator with TRV and door to:

    En-Suite Shower Room – 2.01 x 1.82m (6’7″ x 5’11”) – A modern white suite comprising, low-level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, large corner shower with ‘Triton’ twin headed shower, wall-tiling to splash back areas, carpeted floors, two Velux windows to rear, extractor fan and radiator with TRV.

    Bedroom Two – 3.87m x 2.57m (12’8″ x 8’5″) – Overlooking the front aspect, with carpeted floor, painted walls, smooth ceiling. Windows and radiator with TRV.

    Family Bathroom – 3.90m x 1.67m (12’9″ x 5’5″) – A sizeable family bathroom comprising low-level WC, wash hand basin, bidet, corner jacuzzi bath with shower mixer tap, separate shower cubicle with glazed door, partially tiled walls and carpeted floor. Two Velux windows to rear, extractor fan and chrome towel radiator.

    Bedroom Three – 4.16m x 2.69m (13’7″ x 8’9″) – BEDROOM THREE
    Overlooking the side and rear aspect, with laminate flooring, painted walls, smooth ceiling and radiator with TRV.

    Bedroom Four – 3.49m x 2.65m (11’5″ x 8’8″) – Overlooking the side and front aspect, with carpeted floor, painted walls, smooth ceiling and radiator with TRV.

    Outside: – REAR GARDEN
    A delightful enclosed rear garden with laid lawn and well-stocked borders. Double gates providing a service access to a stone chipping drive. Superb uncover seating area. Outside tap. Power point.

    SECRET GARDEN
    A sunny side garden with decorative stone and artificial grass. Mature beds of plants and shrubs. Power point. Rear green house.

    FRONT
    A large block paved courtyard, accessed via double gates and enclosed by stone and rustic brick walls with access to double garage. Outside tap.Power point.

    Double Garage – 5.62m x 4.88m (18’5″ x 16’0″) – With twin up and over access doors, power and lighting, boarded roof space for storage.

    Tenure – This property is understood to be Freehold. This will be confirmed with the purchaser’s solicitor.

    Council Tax – Band H
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