Traditional period home on a popular road in the coastal town of Penarth.
Entered into a porch with the original front door opening onto the hallway with a staircase to the first floor and doors to the reception rooms.
The sitting room to the front has a lovely bay window whereas the drawing room retains the original feature fireplace and French door opening onto the rear.
A through dining room with window to the side leads you to a second kitchen/utility room with a combination of wall and base units, sink and drainer, space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer and window to the side. There is a small inner lobby with a door to the side.
The kitchen is comprehensively fitted with a combination of wall and base units, integrated fridge and freezer, double oven and gas hob, with space for a breakfast table and bi-fold doors opening onto the rear garden.
A cloakroom with wc off the hallway completes the downstairs accommodation.
To the first floor are three large bedrooms, the principal bedroom, to the front boasts a generous dressing room. Two of the bedrooms have fitted wardrobes. Also to this floor is a bathroom with a suite comprising bath with shower over, wash hand basin and wc.
To the second floor is a large landing with fitted storage, versatile room, potentially a study and a large bedroom to the front. This is serviced by an enormous bathroom with fitted storage, vanity wash hand basin, wc, large shower and separate bath.
There is attic storage which is also plumbed with a sink and drainer and the option of an upstairs laundry room.
Outside, there is a fully enclosed rear garden with patio and lawn leading to a detached double garage with access to a rear lane.
I love the light airy feel throughout, and knowing that you're only a short walk away from all that Penarth has to offer.James Thomas