An striking example of a period home in Barry, in an elevated position with fabulous views.
Original features throughout in this fantastic, period home.
Entered at the side into a porch with original door opening onto a generous central hallway with parquet flooring, stairs to the first floor and doors to the principal reception rooms.
There are two reception rooms to the front, taking in the views. The sitting room has a bay window , whereas the drawing room has French doors opening onto the front terrace, and a hexagonal bay window taking in the spectacular views and an original feature fireplace.
There is a dining room off the hall with a side bay window.
The kitchen is fully fitted with wall and base units, double oven, electric hob and space and plumbing for a dishwasher. There is an open arch to a breakfast area with French doors opening onto the rear garden and door to a generous pantry. There is also a utility room with a second sink and space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer.
A shower room with wc completes the downstairs accommodation.
To the first floor is a generous landing with window to the side and four bedrooms, the Principal bedroom boasting a hexagonal bay windows taking in sea views and French doors accessing a large balcony to the front. There is also a family bathroom and separate wc servicing the four bedrooms.
To the second floor are a further two bedrooms, both with amazing views.
Outside, the front garden is low maintenance and gated to Romilly Park Road.
The rear garden is fully enclosed with paved seating area, lawn and path leading a detached double garage with a large single garage/workshop extension both with separate remote electric doors accessible via lane access to the rear of the property. There are also a couple of garden stores to the rear of the house, formerly a coal shed and outhouse.
A real stand-out period home on arguably the best road in Barry.James Thomas