Ideal size family home, this deceptively spacious red brick built, traditional three bedroom semi detached house with good size rear garden, backing onto the rhymney river.
The accommodation comprises of a long hallway, lounge/diner, kitchen, rear hall, ground floor shower room/WC., conservatory, to the first floor there are three bedrooms plus additional dressing/make-up room and bathroom/WC., pull down ladder to the attic area. Front & rear gardens.
The property enjoys pleasant views to the rear and the vendor informs us that there are Fishing Rights into the Rhumney River. The property also benefits from gas combination central heating and double glazing.
Ystrad Mynach is a popular village with a selection of shops including a Tesco and Lidl stores, English and Welsh speaking schools to junior levels and a girls high school, local bus services, park and ride railway station so ideal for commuters. Facilities also include a library, college and hospital.
Accommodation: (Approximate dimensions)
The long entrance hall gives access to staircase, under stairs storage cupboard, coved ceiling with original wall mouldings.
24' 4" x 12' 2" (Maximum). A good size reception room with large picture window to front and door leading to rear garden. Coved ceiling, picture rails, feature fireplace housing coal effect gas fire and alcoves.
13' 7" x 9' 6". A range of white wall and floor units with work surfaces, one and a half bowl sink unit, tiled splash back, plumbed for dishwasher and washing machine, display cabinets, gas hob, electric oven and hob. Window to side and door to rear hall.
The rear hall has a door to the conservatory and to the shower room/WC.
With white suite comprising of pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC., shower cubicle with shower off mains, tiled walls and floor.
10' 2" x 10'. Double glazed windows and French doors leading to rear garden. Radiator, power and lighting.
Deep shelved storage cupboard, access to loft via a pull down ladder, the loft has boarded floor and walls, power & lighting and skylight.
12' 2" x 11'. Window to front, wardrobes and storage cupboards running the length of one wall.
12' x 10' 3". Window to rear enjoying view. Fitted double wardrobe with shelves.
9' x 6'. Window to front with walled storage cupboard.
9' 7" x 4' 8". With panel door leading to the bathroom.
9' 5" x 6' 8". With white suite comprising of panel bath, pedestal wash hand basin and low level WC., shower screen and shower off mains, heated towel rail, wall mounted mirror, tiled walls and floor. Window to side and storage cupboard also housing combination boiler.
Gas combination central heating fired by the boiler located in the bathroom.
Front: A low maintenance paved forecourt with low brick walls, wrought iron fencing, pillars and gate. Side access.
Rear: A nice size rear garden with patio leading to lawn, garden path, shrubs, conifers, dry stone wall, steel shed and wooden shed to remain. The garden runs down to the Rhumney River and the vendor has informed us that he has Fishing Rights.
From our Peter Mulcahy office turn left, proceed down Bedwlwyn Road which leads into Commercial Street and the property is towards the bottom of Commercial St. On the left hand side.
Price: £139,950 - freehold
These particulars have been prepared as a general guide. We have been informed by the Vendor/s or their Representative/s regarding the Tenure. We have not tested the services, appliances or fittings. Measurements are approximate and given as a guide only.