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On the market: Scandinavian-style four-bedroomed house in Lisvane, Cardiff, South Wales

Scandinavian-style four-bedroomed house in Lisvane, Cardiff, South Wales
Scandinavian-style four-bedroomed house in Lisvane, Cardiff, South Wales

Apparently, Lisvane is one of the more affluent areas of Cardiff, with the design of this Scandinavian-style four-bedroomed house in Lisvane, Cardiff, South Wales only adding to the appeal.

Scandinavian-style four-bedroomed house in Lisvane, Cardiff, South Wales
Scandinavian-style four-bedroomed house in Lisvane, Cardiff, South Wales

Presumably built in the 1970s, judging by its look, this detached property is ‘tucked away at the head of a very select and wide cul-de-sac’, maintaining its original design outside, whilst balancing a mix of the original and the modern inside.

Scandinavian-style four-bedroomed house in Lisvane, Cardiff, South Wales
Scandinavian-style four-bedroomed house in Lisvane, Cardiff, South Wales

Specifically, in terms of the layout, you get an entrance porch with twin doors, one inside, one to the garage. Inside, there’s a reception hall with woodblock flooring, a cloakroom, dining room with marble fireplace, a lounge with more of that woodblock flooring plus double glazed sliding patio doors leading into the conservatory. Also on the lower floor is a study, a fully-fitted modern kitchen, breakfast room and laundry room.

Scandinavian-style four-bedroomed house in Lisvane, Cardiff, South Wales
Scandinavian-style four-bedroomed house in Lisvane, Cardiff, South Wales

Upstairs is the first floor landing, a master bedroom with en-suite bathroom, three further bedrooms, a playroom/study and a family bathroom. Outside, you’ll also find a double garage, a lawned front garden with drive and trees plus a sizeable rear garden with wooden shed.

Scandinavian-style four-bedroomed house in Lisvane, Cardiff, South Wales
Scandinavian-style four-bedroomed house in Lisvane, Cardiff, South Wales

All of that is yours for around £550,000.

Find out more at the Rightmove website

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