A HISTORIC house worth more than £1 million is up for grabs in Penarth.

The huge six-bedroom semi-detached house on Victoria Road is on the market for £1.4 million.

Built by famous architect John Coates Carter for his sister in the 1890s, the house is Grade II-listed and is in the Penarth Conservation Area.

The ground floor of the house has three reception areas, with one carpeted lounge, a living room and a dining room/living room.

The lounge has a fitted carpet, orginal wooden sash windows and a door to the back garden.

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Both the living room and the dining room have wooden floors, with the living room featuring a fireplace and a large bay window.

The dining room has under floor heating and fitted electric roller blinds.

Also on the ground floor is a utility room, a cloakroom and the kitchen.

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The kitchen is impressively large and modern, coming with a Sigma 3 fitted kitchen comprising base units and wall cupboards with silestone work surfaces and a breakfast bar.

There is a single bowl sink with drainer and Quooker hot water tap.

Integrated appliances including a Neff induction hob, electric double oven, combi-microwave, warming drawer and extractor hood, a Caple fridge freezer and a Bosch dishwasher.

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The breakfast room contains a feature fireplace with wood burning stove and a Spiral Cellars 1200 bottle temperature controlled wine cellar.

The first floor of the property has four bedrooms, a laundry room and two bathrooms.

The bedrooms are all of a similar size and have fitted carpets and central heating.

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All the bedrooms are double bedrooms.

As expected, the laundry room has plumbing so a washing machine can be installed.

There is one smaller bathroom with a panelled bath including a shower and glass screen, pedestal wash hand basin and a toilet.

The larger bathroom has a porcelain bath with shower fitting as well as a spacious shower cubicle. 

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Upstairs on the top floor are two more double bedrooms and another bathroom.

The bedrooms are similar to the ones on the first floor, but one contains a fireplace.

The last bathroom also has a panelled bath with shower fitment and a heated towel rail.

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Outside are two gardens, one in the front and one in the rear.

Both gardens are laid to lawn with trees, shrubs and flowerbeds.

The back garden is larger than the front, with paved areas that can be used for outdoor furniture and barbecues.

There is access off Cwrt-y-Vil Road with wooden gates to a large paved car parking area and a garage.

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