The Cathedral Green, Llandaff, Cardiff CF5


6 Bedrooms
6 Bathrooms

An extremely rare opportunity to purchase a substantial six bedroom family home right on the Cathedral Green. The exceptional location is very probably the City's best and most sought after. This elegant, much loved home sits directly on the Green with no passing traffic, has a superb outlook with the Deanery and Cathedral opposite and is just around the corner from the hustle and bustle of Llandaff's High Street with its shops, coffee houses, pubs, cafes and restaurants.
The house has been sympathetically modernised over the years, by the present owners, retaining many original features including fireeplaces, cornice work, sash windows and panelled interior doors. The large reception rooms, superb kitchen, large bedrooms, South West facing rear garden, large garage and outstanding location make this a truly wonderful family home.

* open porch * hall * 34' sitting room * cloakroom * utility/laundry * dining room * superb kitchen / breakfast room * gas fired aga * first floor * spacious landing * three large double bedrooms * bathroom * separate W.C. * second floor * three large double bedrooms * bathroom * separate W.C. * wine cellar * gas C.H. System * solar panels * partial double-glazing * good size sunny rear garden * large single garage *

A wrought iron gate opens to a tiled forecourt sheltered by dense hedging set above the front boundary wall of stone. A tiled path leads to the

Open Porch

Tiled floor with a bath stone arch over. Window in stained glass leaded lights to the front sitting room. Original panelled entrance door glazed in leaded lights with matching side screens opens to


A spacious reception area with mat-well and fitted carpet well lit by natural light from the glazed entrance door and side screens. Door to cellar. Staircase to the first floor. Panelled doors with brass furniture to sitting room. Open to


Fitted carpet. Doors to utility room, cloakroom and dining room

Sitting Room (10.41m (34'2") x 4.44m (14'7") maximum)

A spacious, comfortable principal reception room ( originally two rooms and still with the original two doors off the hall.) A large window overlooks the front and glazed double doors open to the rear. Feature fireplace. Fitted carpet. 2.97m (9'9") ceiling height. Cornice and picture rail.


Fitted with close-coupled w.c. And wash basin. Sash window. Cork tiled flooring.

Formal Dining Room (4.88m (16'0") x 3.66m (12'0"))

A second generous reception room. Three sash windows to the side. Feature built-in range possibly original. Fitted carpet. Door to

Kitchen/Breakfast Room (4.47m (14'8") x 4.19m (13'9"))

Recently totally refitted and revamped with double-glazed roof window fitted to the vaulted ceiling and double-glazed window overlooking the rear garden and double-glazed window to the side. The rear window opens completely, folding right back to create a large serving hatch to the terrace, ideal on balmy evenings for al fresco dining. The bespoke kitchen was built by Greenheart Kitchens and has work surfaces in a mixture of French oak and Corian inset with two and half flush stainless steel sinks with monobloc tap and Quooker tap (boiling) over and ceramic hob. Matching oak breakfast table. Gas fired Aga. Fitted with a comprehensive range of units including an oak lined double larder unit . Integrated fridge/freezer and dishwasher. Limestone flooring. Spot lighting. Stable type split door to garden.


Spacious and with large double sash window providing a superb view to the front. Staircase to the second floor. Panelled doors with brass furniture to

Bedroom One (4.93m (16'2") x 4.57m (15'0"))

A large double room in the middle of the house with double-glazed window overlooking the rear. A range of wardrobes, with internal lighting, is fitted floor to ceiling the length of one wall. Feature fireplace. Fitted carpet. En-suite access to


Fitted with two pedestal wash basins, panelled bath with mixer/shower attachment. Part tiled in mosaics. Double-glazed window. Towel radiator. Fitted carpet. Panelled door to bedroom two and to lobby with doorway to passage and door to W>C> fitted with close coupled suite. Double-glazed window. Laminate flooring.

Bedroom Two (5.44m (17'10") x 4.27m (14'0"))

A particularly large bedroom currently in use as a study / office. Alcoves lined with book shelves. Large sash window has a superb view over the Green. Feature fireplace. Fitted carpet.

Bedroom Three (5.08m (16'8") x 3.66m (12'0"))

Another large double room. Fitted double wardrobe. Two double-glazed windows to the side. Pedestal washbasin with h&c. Mirror with fluorescent light/shaver unit over. Feature corner fireplace. Fitted carpet.

Second Floor (landing)

Part galleried. Fitted carpet. Large window with a view. To the rear, two steps down to a passage with double airing cupboard and doors to bathroom and bedroom six. Panelled doors to

Bedroom Four (5.18m (17'0") x 4.04m (13'3"))

A large bedroom currently in use as a study with large sash window with a fine view to the front. Book shelves and cupboards fitted to one wall. Feature fireplace. Fitted carpet.

Bedroom Five (4.62m (15'2") x 4.04m (13'3"))

A large bedroom with double-glazed window overlooking the rear. Pedestal washbasin with h&c. Feature fireplace. Fitted carpet.


Fitted with panelled bath and pedestal washbasin with mirror and fluorescent light/shaver unit over. Walls and floor tiled in mosaics. Double-glazed roof window. Corner shower cubicle. Separate W.C. Fitted with close coupled suite. Double-glazed roof window. Laminate flooring.

Bedroom Six (3.96m (13'0") x 3.66m (12'0"))

A sixth double room. Double-glazed window overlooks the rear. Double wardrobe fitted floor to ceiling to one wall. Feature fireplace. Fitted carpet.

Utility Room (2.54m (8'4") x 1.83m (6'0"))

Fitted with a base and wall units and work surface inset with stainless steel sink. Wall mounted gas c.h boiler (Worcester). Plumbed for washing machine and space for fridge/freezer. Coat hooks. Sash window. Door to passage.

Cellar (6.10m (20'0") x 1.83m (6'0") approx.)

1.83m (6'0") high ceiling approximately. Fluorescent lighting. Flagged floor.


Front as described. Delightful rear garden, with a sunny South West aspect, enclosed by high stone walling topped in places with a mixture of climbers and hedging. Laid to a sheltered, paved terrace immediately to the rear of the house with heat lamps operated from the kitchen and with the remainder mainly to lawn with well stocked borders. Outside tap. A flagged path leads to the rear, passing the garage, to a tall timber gate on the rear boundary which opens onto the rear lane. Depth very approximately 30.48m (100'0")

Garage (6.71m (22'0") x 4.06m (13'4"))

Built on a raft foundation in 1984 of facing brick elevations and pitched roof of slate. This is an excellent size single garage with plenty of room to get out of a modern car. Fluorescent light and power including a professionally installed Chargemaster electric vehicle charger which can be remotely operated. Automatic door at the front to the wide rear lane and triple folding timber doors to the garden. Water tap.


Vendor informs us is freehold.

Additional Informatiion

Solar panels - installed eight years ago on the kitchen roof. Produces some free electricity for the house on many days but also a tax free index linked income currently at c £1000 pa.
Hot Water - domestic hot water is produced without the use of a boiler, regardless of the weather a panel on the roof provides hot water to the tank in the airing cupboard at a temperature of 55degrees.
The central heating system is governed by two thermostats so that up and downstairs can be regulated separately. The thermostats (Nest system) can also be operated and adjusted remotely.
Lane - The lane immediately in front of the garage belongs to the vendors. The neighbours have a 'right of way' but no right to park there. There is a two way garden light switched from the garage and kitchen.
Fires - The fires in the sitting room, first floor front room and the old range in the dining room have all been converted to gas and provide attractive and effective focal points.
Aga - this has an aims system fitted. This permits the Aga to be set to run at different levels at different times of day or on different days and enables it to be set at 'off' when away and to resume in time for return.
Loft - The vendors have renewed the roof and timbers and installed insulation. The attic is boarded and provides huge storage space. There is electric light and a fold-down ladder from the top landing.
Parking - the unrestricted space immediately in front of the house has been used by the vendors for their second car for many years - whilst it may be taken by others if vacant during the day it is usually vacant by the evening.

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