3 bedroom terraced house for sale

Harbour Road, Barry

Sold STC £240,000

Property Description

Key features

  • BEAUTIFULLY PRESENTED THROUGHOUT
  • 3 DOUBLE BEDROOMS, PLUS LOFT ROOM
  • THROUGH LOUNGE AND DINING ROOM
  • SUPERB FAMILY KITCHEN - FRENCH DOORS
  • GCH, UPVC, PERIOD FEATURES
  • LANDSCAPED REAR GARDEN

Full description

SUPERB ORDER THROUGHOUT; GREAT LOCATION; INFORMAL LOFT ROOM - This beautifully presented period bay fronted terrace offers a plethora of original and period features. Approached via a porch, the hallway has the original tiled flooring plus spindle balustrade, newel post and coved ceiling. The dining room is an open plan style and has a traditional fire surround, coving, picture rail and ceiling rose. To the rear of the property is a family kitchen with space for dining table and chairs and French doors give access out onto the landscaped rear garden which has lane access. The first floor has three double bedrooms - the master being quite magnificent and the real focal point of this property. Also on the first floor level is an enlarged and family bathroom/WC. The second floor then has an informal loft room ideal as a play area, study area, model railway and so on. Externally the property has a forecourt and the aforementioned rear garden. There is gas central heating and uPVC double glazed windows (with shutters to the front to remain) and French doors throughout. Harbour Road is situated in the heart of the West End and offers simple access to Park Crescent, High Street and importantly Barry Railway Station and Barry has recently been identified as being the number one place in the United Kingdom for price growth with a 10.6 rise being seen and this property is an excellent example of what great value for money is on offer.


GROUND FLOOR. 

Entrance Porch. 
Accessed through a replaced composite door with two glazed panels and matching arch shape panel over. An original tiled flooring has a foot wipe recessed area and the walls are tiled to dado level. Coat hanging space plus a coved ceiling. An internal door with a feature leaded stained glazed panel leads into the entrance hallway itself.

Entrance Hallway. 
With a beautiful original and period tiled floor and then a carpeted staircase with spindle balustrade leading up to the first floor. Radiator and coved ceiling. A Pine door leads into the lounge/dining room and a traditional part glazed door leads into the family kitchen.

Lounge/Diner. 
0' 0'' x 0' 0'' (0.00m x 0.00m)

Lounge. 
13' 10'' x 13' 9'' (4.21m x 4.19m)
Average dimensions quoted and are taken into the feature front bay window which has period style shutters to remain. The focal point is that of a superb marble fire surround and all with a cast iron coal effect gas fire inset. There is a smooth coved ceiling with central rose plus picture rail. Radiator. Exposed floor boards lead into the open plan dining room.

Dining Room. 
11' 10'' x 11' 6'' (3.60m x 3.50m)
This second reception room has the exposed floor boards, radiator, a coved ceiling with central ceiling rose plus a picture rail. A rear window - with blinds to remain - looks onto the rear garden.

Family Kitchen. 
18' 11'' x 10' 5'' (5.76m x 3.17m)
Initially fitted with an excellent range of eye level and base units in cream and is complemented by granite worktops which have a one and a half bowl stainless steel sink unit inset with mixer tap over. There is slot in space for all appliances along with slot in space for a large range (available by separate negotiation) there is also a handy under stair pantry style cupboard and a superb rustic tiled flooring extends through the room where at the rear is ample space for a family table and chairs as required. Radiator, side window plus French style uPVC doors giving access onto the landscaped enclosed rear garden. Smooth ceiling.

FIRST FLOOR. 

Landing. 
Carpeted and arranged over two levels, the landing has panelled doors giving access to the three double bedrooms and enlarged family bathroom/WC. A second carpeted staircase then leads up to the informal loft room. Handy storage cupboard.

Bedroom One. 
18' 10'' x 13' 10'' (5.74m x 4.21m)
A beautiful master bedroom laid to carpeted and with a smooth coved ceiling it is an excellent size and has feature front bay window and additional window all with shutters to remain. Radiator. A period fireplace with slate style hearth.

Bedroom Two. 
11' 6'' x 10' 4'' (3.50m x 3.15m)
A carpeted double bedroom with smooth coved ceiling, radiator and rear window.

Bedroom Three. 
9' 0'' x 8' 5'' (2.74m x 2.56m)
Dimensions exclude a 6' x 4' entrance area which is kitted with floor to ceiling range of handy display shelving. The whole room is carpeted and there is space for a double bed as required. A smooth ceiling with partial coving, radiator and rear fire escape window.

Bathroom/WC. 
10' 4'' x 6' 5'' (3.15m x 1.95m)
An enlarged family bathroom with space taken from bedroom three. It comprises a close couple WC with button flush, pedestal wash basin plus reverse P shaped bath with antique style mixer tap over and complementing thermostatic shower over with a fixed rainfall head and adjustable rinse head all with a curved glazed shower screen. There is a black and white themed ceramic tiled flooring, complementing splash backs and walls. Side opaque window, shaver point and chrome heated towel rail. There is also a floor to ceiling range of fitted cosmetics style storage cupboards which also houses the boiler which fires the central heating.

Second Floor. 

Informal Loft Room. 
16' 9'' x 10' 0'' (5.10m x 3.05m)
Dimensions taken at waist level. This fully functional carpeted informal room has two Velux double glazed rear windows. It offers an ideal space for a study/ play area, model railway and so on.

OUTSIDE. 

Rear Garden. 
34' 0'' deep x 13' 0'' wide (10.36m deep x 3.96m wide).
Initially with a level slabbed patio section which extends to the side of the property ideal for recycling, storage etc. Three matching steps lead up to a false lawn section. There are raised planted flower beds, a vinyl slightly raised deck ideal for garden furniture perhaps a trampoline as it currently does. The garden is enclosed by original stone wall and rendered wall and offers lane access for ease.

Front. 
A forecourt frontage with a mix of slate chipped low maintenance areas and then a planted area. There is a red brick walled boundary with matching pillars and gate entry.

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Added on Rightmove:
18 March 2019

Nearest stations

  • Barry (0.1 mi)
  • Barry Island (0.7 mi)
  • Barry Docks (1.2 mi)
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Chris Davies Estate Agents, Barry

24 High Street, Barry, CF62 7EA

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Nearest stations

  • Barry (0.1 mi)
  • Barry Island (0.7 mi)
  • Barry Docks (1.2 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Chris Davies Estate Agents, Barry

24 High Street, Barry, CF62 7EA

01446 700007 Local call rate

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Standard geographic charges from landlines and mobiles apply and calls may be included in your telecom provider's call package.

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