The four bedroom detached Oxford makes a strong first impression as a substantial, traditional family home, with bay windows, covered porch and classically styled front and garage doors. Even so, you'll still be impressed by the proportions of the interior, with ample space for everyone, both upstairs and down.
Upstairs features three double bedrooms and a generous single, with an en-suite to the master bedroom. You'll also find plenty of built in storage off the central landing, as well as family bathroom.
Downstairs, the integral garage takes nothing away from the space on offer, with a large separate lounge and a spacious open plan kitchen / diner stretching across the back of the house. Every detail has been carefully considered here, from the designer fitted kitchen to the quality of the integrated appliances, with a wall of glass letting the light flood in through the double width patio doors. There's even space for a utility room and downstairs cloaks plus, once again, plenty of built in storage to keep your home clutter free.
Square, solid and substantial, the Oxford is as impressive to live in as it is to look at.
About Churchlands, Lisvane
About the Development
Just five miles from Cardiff and within easy reach of the M4, Churchlands, Lisvane is perfectly placed to give you the very best of both worlds. Not only will you enjoy a delightful rural location, with Redrow investing in superb facilities including cricket and football pitches, fully equipped playgrounds and lots of public open spaces.; You’ll also benefit from easy access to the city, with Redrow once again investing in infrastructure such as road improvements, bus lanes and cycleways to make your journey easier.
Coming soon, subject to planning, Churchlands will offer a choice of three and four-bedroom homes near Cardiff from our award-winning Heritage Collection, combining classic architecture with modern, family friendly interiors.
With fine family homes in a sought-after location, this is sure to be a popular development, so register your interest today and put yourself at the front of the queue.
There is a Sainsbury’s supermarket just a mile and a half from the development in Llanishen and a Morrisons just a little further in Thornhill for your weekly shop, while the Lisvane convenience store will take care of your day to day needs.
For GPs, North Cardiff Medical Centre is the closest clinic (Sat Nav CF14 9BB, call while dentists can be found at Llanishen Dental Centre (Sat Nav cf 14 5AA, call .
You can dine out in style close to home with The Old Cottage, Lisvane or The Black Griffin Inn. Naturally, Cardiff has a host family favourites, with from pizza, pasta and burgers from all the big names. The city is also home to delightful waterside dining around Cardiff Bay and there are some superb restaurants in the city centre, including Wales Online winner, Heaneys, bbc Food favourite, Restaurant James Sommerin and Time Out’s top tip, The Clink.
When it comes to giving your children the ideal start in life, you’ll be spoiled for choice at Churchlands. You’ll find both Welsh and English language schools within easy reach, along with well-regarded Catholic schools for both primary and secondary pupils.
The local primary, Llysfaen Primary School, is just a short walk away and is rated ‘good’ by Estyn, with the Welsh language Ysgol-y-Wern rated ‘excellent’. For older pupils there is a choice of LLanishen High School, Corpus Christie Catholic High School or Ysgol Gyfun Gymraeg Bro Edern.
There are also a number of popular universities in and around the city, saving money for stay at home students.
South Wales is a spectacular place to set up home, with something for everyone to enjoy, from the mountains of the Brecon Beacons in the north, to the beaches of South West Wales, from the glorious countryside to the cosmopolitan capital.
Cardiff has so much to offer, with international rugby, football and cricket, along with a choice of cinemas and theatres, including the New Theatre, Sherman Theatre and Wales Millennium Centre. You’ll also find international artists on show with regular concerts at the Principality Stadium.
Closer to home, you can find a range of sports at Llanishen Leisure Centre, as well as a choice of challenging courses at Cardiff and Llanishen golf clubs and private Health & Fitness clubs nearby.
Both Lisvane and nearby Llanishen have a small selection of shops, but with the city so close, you simply won’t need them. Cardiff has something to suit all styles and budgets, from the 1.4million sq ft of St David’s Shopping Centre, packed with major brands, to the quirky independents of Cardiff’s six historic arcades. Head for Cardiff Bay to browse the sophisticated shops and fashion boutiques, or you can avoid the city altogether with a choice of out of town retail parks, including Cardiff gate, Leckwith and Culverhouse Cross.
Redrow will be making a significant contribution to the local commuter system to ensure that your journey into the city runs smoothly, whether it’s for work or play. The development is just five miles from Cardiff City Centre, with regular busses saving the hassle of parking. Alternatively, trains from nearby Llanishen and Thornhill Station will have you in the city in a matter of minutes. Trains from Cardiff Central reach London in around two hours.
You are just as well placed for heading further afield too, with the M4 J32 for westbound and J30 for eastbound, both just a short drive away. Heading east, Newport is 10miles with Bristol beyond at around 40miles. Heading west, Swansea is also around 40miles away. For holidays, weekends away and business trips, Cardiff Airport is approximately 20miles away.
Monday - 10:00am - 5:30pm, Tuesday - 10:00am - 5:30pm, Wednesday - 10:00am - 5:30pm, Thursday - 10:00am - 5:30pm, Friday - Closed, Saturday - 10:00am - 5:30pm, Sunday - 10:00am - 5:30pm