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The Old Blacksmiths, Lisvane Road, Lisvane 2 bedrooms, Guide price £225,000 Freehold

  • BUILDING PLOT WITH FULL PLANNING AND ARCHITECT DRAWINGS TO CONSRUCT TWO LUXURY BESPOKE MAISONETTES.
  • FIVE CAR PARKING SPACES
  • WALKING DISTANCE TO VILLAGE CENTRE

The site has detailed planning consent for 2 luxury apartments.The development benefits from 5 parking spaces, so substantially more than current standards would allow for this type of development. The design is solid construction (bison beam and block), no requirement for timber frame build.

The site has detailed planning consent for 2 luxury apartments.The development benefits from 5 parking spaces, so substantially more than current standards would allow for this type of development. The design is solid construction (bison beam and block), no requirement for timber frame build.


SUMMARY
The site has detailed planning consent for 2 luxury apartments.The development benefits from 5 parking spaces, so substantially more than current standards would allow for this type of development. The design is solid construction (bison beam and block), no requirement for timber frame build.


DESCRIPTION
A rare investment opportunity to acquire a building plot with full planning permission to construct a pair of luxury two bedroomed apartments, located on Lisvane Road, close to the village centre.

Each property would be approximately 750 square feet, with a total of five parking spaces provided, two per apartment and one for visitors.

Proposed construction is bison beam and block throughout with facing brick elevations under a pitched slate clad roof. Each apartment has an ensuite bathroom to the master bedroom.

The development has been commenced, with the main manhole serving the development and providing the drainage connection into the main sewer system within the roadway having already been constructed. In addition, the previous highway signage, street lighting and telecoms pole has been relocated from the front of the plot in readiness for the build.

Essentially the majority of the time consuming preparation work has already been carried out and a purchaser could be on site commencing the build with minimum delay.

Location
Lisvane is a highly prestigious location and one of the most desirable residential areas of both Cardiff and South Wales. The village has approximately 3700 residents and comprises approximately 1500 dwellings. The area has an average house price of £485,000 with a number of properties reaching in excess of £1,000,000.

The building plot is just a few minutes walking distance from the local amenities, including a local village shop and mini market, a pharmacy, a hairdressers, the Black Griffin Inn Public House and Restaurant, and St Denys Church. Other nearby facilities and amenities include the Old Cottage Inn Restaurant, Lisvane Baptist Church, a community cabin library, a community/village hall, a scout hall and a war memorial.

Within a short distance of the site are the delightful Coed-y-Felin Woods providing lovely country and woodland walks. Coed-y-Felin comprises about 16 acres of semi-ancient and mixed natural woodland in the heart of Lisvane, sandwiched between Heol Cefn Onn (the main entrance), Clos Llysfaen, Ivydale, Ridgeway and Millrace Close, with entrances in each location. Cefn Onn Country Park is also situated nearby and is easily accessible.

Lisvane includes the highly regarded Llysfaen Primary School, Treetops Play Group, Tomorrow's Generation Dyslexia School and the nearby Lisvane Nursery School. Secondary schools in nearby Lanishen include Corpus Christie Catholic High School on Ty Draw Road, Llanishen High School on Heol Hir and a popular Welsh Medium School, Ysgol-y-Wen.

There is an active community association with 29 affiliated groups including The Panthers Football Club, which is a major junior league player in South Wales. Lisvane Tennis Club is situated in the village, off Cherry Orchard Road, whilst Lisvane cricket club is based at Llwynarthen in nearby St Mellons.

Transport
The area is served by Llanishen Railway Station and Lisvane & Thornhill Railway Station. Both stations are situated within approximately 1 mile of the site and provide a fast southbound link to Cardiff Queen Street and Cardiff Central railway stations.

Cardiff Bus operates a number of services throughout the area from Cardiff Central Bus Station; including No.27 to Thornhill, Birchgrove and Cathays, No.28 to Llanishen and Roath, No.85 to Heath and No.86 to Llanishen, Heath and Cathays.

Road links in the surrounding area are very good and within easy driving distance of the property is the A48M which connects with the M4 motorway, running west to Pembrokeshire and east to London.

Llanishen
The location provides very easy access to the historic village of Llanishen, which is situated approximately 1 mile away from the property.

The village provides a host of local amenities including a doctor's surgery, a pharmacy, a post office, a bakery, a supermarket, a general store, a florist, a café, a barber, hairdressing salons, various banks and a number of public houses and restaurants.

Within the village is the historic Anglican St Isan Church in Wales and concealed behind the church is a public carpark and a local hub with combined library, police station and Citizens Advice Bureau.

Llanishen is also home to a fully featured leisure centre and the former 60 acre Llanishen Reservoir - a local beauty spot that is connected to a green corridor which bisects the city from the rising hills in the north to Cardiff Bay in the South.


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