Southey Street, Cardiff. For sale with Mr and Mrs Clarke estate agent.

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Southey Street, Cardiff

Guide Price £110,000

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  • 1Living Spaces
  • 1Bedrooms
  • 1Bathrooms

Mike thinks:
The perfect retro escape from a busy city life.

This ground floor 1 bed apartment is located just a stone's throw away from Cardiff city centre. It's a perfect pad for anyone wanting cosy living with a touch of retro-style.

Mike loves:
The 1970's style flows so well throughout...pour a glass of wine and enjoy.

The living room is a real gem, with a cool 70's style that will transport you back in time. This retro energy flows effortlessly throughout, with a spacious seating area that's perfect for entertaining guests.

The kitchen is sure to impress anyone who loves a pop of colour. Cupboard doors in a vibrant shade of purple, adding a playful touch to the space. It's fully equipped with all the necessary appliances, making it a breeze to cook up a storm.

The bedroom is bright and airy, with plenty of natural light flooding in through the window. It's decor is simple yet stylish, with colourful red walls that add a warm and inviting feel to the space. Make yourself a cup of coffee on a Sunday morning and relax in this bohemian oasis.

The bathroom is modern in colour and benefits from a generously sized bath with shower.

The apartment is located on the ground floor, making it easily accessible for those with mobility issues. Plus, with its prime location near the city centre, you'll have easy access to all the best shops, restaurants, and cultural attractions that Cardiff has to offer.

  • Three words :  Location. Charm. Style.


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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