Cathedral Road, Cardiff. For sale with Mr and Mrs Clarke estate agent.

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Cathedral Road, Cardiff

Guide Price £400,000

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  • 1Living Spaces
  • 2Bedrooms
  • 2Bathrooms

Mike thinks:
This home oozes character and contemporary style.

Introducing Cathedral Road, a charming and spacious 2-bedroom flat located in the highly sought-after area of Pontcanna, offering a perfect blend of character, space, and breathtaking views.

Mike loves:
The location, recently named one of the "coolest neighbourhoods to live in the UK".

Situated in Pontcanna, recently listed as one of the "coolest neighbourhoods to live in the UK," you'll enjoy a vibrant village atmosphere with a range of cafes, Michelin recommended restaurants, a farmers' market, and even a craft beer brewery. The area is surrounded by beautiful parks and fields, providing a refreshing escape and the perfect setting for leisurely walks and relaxation. Additionally, Cardiff city centre is within easy walking distance, allowing you to explore all that it has to offer.

As you step into the flat, you'll immediately appreciate the generous size of each room, featuring high ceilings that add a sense of grandeur. The living room is a standout space, boasting a period fireplace and large windows that offer delightful views of the surrounding streets and trees. This room is the perfect spot to unwind and enjoy breathtaking sunsets. The kitchen is equally impressive, with its ample space for a breakfast table and modern white gloss fitted units, fully equipped with Bosch appliances, including an in-built fridge freezer and washing machine.

The two bedrooms are both spacious and full of character. The main bedroom features a period fireplace and offers plenty of space for all your storage needs. The second bedroom includes two free-standing wardrobes and benefits from a larger-than-average en-suite bathroom with a double walk-in shower and stylish fixtures from Hudson Reed. The main bathroom is equally well-appointed, with a tiled floor, an L-shaped bath with a shower, and contemporary fixtures.

Outside, you'll find a shared front garden and a communal shed at the rear of the property. There is also a convenient off-road parking space with electronic gate access, as well as a visitor space. The property enjoys a shared freehold and has a monthly maintenance charge of £170.

Cathedral Road is a truly special home that offers a wonderful combination of location, space, and character. With its stunning views, period features, and proximity to amenities and green spaces, this flat provides a fantastic opportunity to embrace the vibrant Pontcanna lifestyle. Don't miss the chance to make this exceptional property your own.

  • Three words :  Old. Meets. New.


Local Life


Cardiff City Centre almost needs no introduction.

King Edward VII granted Cardiff city status in 1905 and today it’s a thriving and dynamic capital city with a rich cultural heritage, Cardiff City Centre (Canol Dinas Caerdydd) is home to booming businesses and the arts.

Discover the city’s dynamic music, art and theatre scene. Delve into 2,000 years of history in the heart of the city at Cardiff Castle, and explore the wonderful museums. The centre is also home to stunning Bute Park, where you can enjoy a range of activities and fresh air by the River Taff.

There’s a huge array of amenities on your doorstep, with everything from cafés, bars and restaurants to shopping centres and independent boutiques in Victorian arcades.

In the Castle Quarter of the city centre, you’ll find Cardiff Central Market, housed under a Victorian glass roof, with a wonderful selection of local produce and freshly cooked food. The Ivy is a firm favourite for sophisticated dining and a lazy brunch in The Cosy Club blends mansion splendour with village hall eccentricity.

As Wales’ commercial and leisure hub, big-name bands regularly perform at the Cardiff International Arena, as well as the riverside Principality Stadium, the home of national sports teams, including Welsh rugby since 1999, and boasts a retractable roof.

As you’d expect from a city centre, transportation connectivity is excellent. There are two main train stations, Cardiff Central and Queen Street, providing links to towns and cities, including London. You’ll find an extensive bus network here too, along with car parking and access to the M4 and wider road network.

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