At first glance, this looks like a 1960s modernist build, but this four-bedroom property in Radyr, Cardiff is described by the agent as ‘recently constructed’.
The house does have that rather stark exterior of an earlier era though, although that isn’t really matched up by the interior. To be honest, the inside has the look of a family semi-detached rather than a cutting edge property. But much of that is down to fixtures and fittings – and they will all be going if or when you move in.
So that leaves us with that modernist shell, which is approached via a pillared entrance and electric gate, with plenty of parking space at the front of the property.
Enter inside the ‘fully glazed door opening’ and into the wide entrance porch and you’ll find a glass wall, which separates off the reception hall, with a picture window to the far end overlooking the rear garden. There’s also a wide open tread staircase leading the first floor. But before you go up there, you’ll find a cloakroom, three ‘spacious’ reception rooms and a kitchen on the ground level.
Upstairs, there are four double bedrooms, two en-suites and a family bathroom. Premium features throughout include high gloss limestone flooring, underfloor heating and recessed spots, with landscaped gardens and a double garage joining that plentiful parking space outside.
If you fancy the move to Cardiff, this one is on the market for £1,195,000.