Property Description

29 St Davids Avenue
Dinas Powys
CF64 4JP

£249,500

Features

  • Semi-detached property
  • Large porch
  • Extended kitchen & breakfast room
  • 2 reception rooms
  • Balcony with panoramic views
  • Driveway & Garage
  • New combination boiler 2020
  • Landscaped garden with decked terrace
  • Elevated position with far reaching views
  • Boarded out loft space with velux window

Description

Well presented semi-detached property with extended kitchen & breakfast room, dining room with French doors opening onto an elevated balcony with panoramic views, level landscaped garden, driveway and garage.

Property Summary
The property had uPVC double glazing.

It also has gas fired central heating with a combination boiler (replaced in 2020).

The house also has a large, clear loft space which had been boarded out and fitted with a single Velux window. The loft has ladder access.

Further upgrades include:

o Extended kitchen to form a kitchen & breakfast room
o Balcony, with panoramic views, accessed from the dining room via French doors
o Level, landscaped garden with artificial grass and decked sun terrace.
o The addition of a large porch with composite entrance door and tiled floor.






Porch (9' 2" Max x 7' 9" Max or 2.80m Max x 2.35m Max)
Composite entrance door.

Low level brickwork walls and uPVC double glazing on three sides.

Tiled floor and further door leading to the living room.



Living Room (16' 11" Max x 13' 1" Max or 5.15m Max x 4.0m Max)
Spacious living room with front facing picture window.

Broad opening to the dining room and open stairs rising to the first floor.

Fitted carpet.





Dining Room (11' 6" Max x 9' 0" Max or 3.50m Max x 2.75m Max)
French doors opening onto the elevated balcony with sunny aspect and far reaching views.

Fitted carpet.

Door leading to the kitchen.

Kitchen & Breakfast Room (13' 1" Max x 10' 10" Max or 4.0m Max x 3.30m Max)
Well equipped with matching wall and base units on two sides, wood effect work surfaces plus sink and drainer with mixer tap.

Built in electric oven, 4 ring electric hob with built in extractor unit over and space for a fridge / freezer

Vinyl floor covering, plinth lighting and rear window with stunning views.

Opening to the extension / breakfast room with additional storage units, rear facing window, door leading to the garden and door to the garage.



Landing
Doors leading to all three bedrooms and the bathroom.

Side window and hatch with drop down ladder providing access to the converted loft space.

Fitted carpet.


Bedroom 1 (13' 1" Max x 9' 10" Max or 4.0m Max x 3.0m Max)
Master bedroom, located to the front of the house, with window overlooking the front garden.

Fitted carpet.


Bedroom 2 (11' 6" Max x 9' 10" Max or 3.50m Max x 3.0m Max)
A second double bedroom with rear facing window and elevated views.

Airing cupboard hosing the new combination boiler.

Fitted carpet.

Bedroom 3 (9' 10" Max x 6' 7" Max or 3.0m Max x 2.0m Max)
Single bedroom with built in storage.

Front facing window and fitted carpet.

Bathroom (6' 7" Max x 6' 7" Max or 2.0m Max x 2.0m Max)
Fully tiled family bathroom.

'P' shaped bath with mixer shower over.

WC and wash hand basin.

Heated towel rail and wood effect laminate floor covering.

Rear facing with obscured glass.


Loft Conversion
Clear boarded out space with a single Velux window.

Power points and lighting.

No building regulations.

Garage (16' 5" Max x 8' 2" Max or 5.0m Max x 2.50m Max)
Single garage with up and over door.

Power points and lighting.



Outside
FRONT
Dwarf wall, lawn and driveway.

Shrubbery.

REAR
Recently landscaped and low maintenance.

Paved patio, level lawn (artificial grass) and decked sun terrace.

Fenced on all sides...child and pet friendly.


Energy Performance Certificate (EPC)
Since the EPC was produced, the house has been upgraded with a new combination boiler (2020) and replacement uPVC double glazing.

Its energy efficiency will have therefore improved.

WHY LIVE IN DINAS POWYS?
Dinas Powys has a population of nearly 9,000 and is the 5th largest settlement in the Vale of Glamorgan.

It has a traditional village centre with a rural and unspoiled feel.

It also has local amenities which include a post office, shops, a bank, public houses and restaurants.

In addition, there are great transport links to surrounding areas including Cardiff and J33 of the M4.

There are also 2 railway stations, Eastbrook and Dinas Powys, with regular services (4 per hour) to Cardiff Central with an approximate journey time of just 15 minutes.

Excellent schools include Dinas Powys Infants, Murch Junior School and St Andrews Major Church in Wales Primary.

There is a large village common with children's play area and tennis, golf, bowls, rugby and cricket clubs which cater for all ages.



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