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Picture this: a cosy two-bedroom apartment on the third floor of a well-kept 1970s building. It's like a hidden gem among the trees, offering a peaceful view of playing fields at the back, right in the heart of the bustling Llanishen village. You won't have to go far for essentials – this place is smack bang in the sought-after village, surrounded by independent shops and charming coffee spots.
As you step inside, you're greeted by a warm and inviting hallway painted in a rich shade of Farrow and Ball De Nimes. And can we talk about storage? Two spacious closets, including a roomy walk-in utility cupboard, offer plenty of space to tuck things away.
Now, let's head to the kitchen diner – beautifully adorned, it boasts a large window with a southeast view of the trees and playing fields. Perfect for a serene start and finish to your day. It's an entertainer's dream with its kitchen peninsula, tons of tastefully painted storage and plenty of room to whip up some culinary delights.
The kitchen flows seamlessly into a roomy, yet snug living space. Sunlight floods in all day, thanks to its southeast-facing orientation. It's been thoughtfully decorated in calming Egyptian cotton, with smart wainscotting in Farrow and Ball Down Pipe.
The main bedroom is a real treat – spacious with a large window looking out to the front. There's even enough room for a king-size bed and ample wardrobe space. Painted in soothing tones with decorative panelling in Coachella by Craig and Rose, it's a true sanctuary.
The second bedroom is just as generous, doubling up as a workspace. With a large window facing the front, it's got room for a bed and wardrobes. Painted in restful Egyptian cotton with a stunning Lido blue feature wall, it's all set for you to move right in.
The bathroom has been completely revamped. It's got a bath with an overhead rain head shower and a sleek glass screen. A modern floating sink and cabinet add a stylish touch. The calming white and soft blue colour scheme make it absolutely serene.
Outside, there's a communal wraparound garden facing southeast. Landscapers keep it looking charming and fenced-off for your privacy. Plus, they've recently upgraded the roof and windows.
And location? Couldn't be better. A quick 7 minutes walk and you're at the train station, with trains zipping into Cardiff city centre every 15 minutes. It's a stone's throw away from Ty Glas retail park and the leisure centre is just as close. And don't get us started on the nearby attractions! Roath Park Lake and the brand-new Llanishen and Lisvane reservoir with their scenic walks, cafes, and restaurants are all within walking distance. It's a real gem!
- Three words : Stylish, comfortable, location
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.