From the Crest to the Tor

Generously proportioned interior retains much of its original charm and character

7 September 2016

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A three-storey mansion house and mews cottage in one of Penarth’s most desirable areas has been brought to market representing a suburb investment opportunity in a prime location. Min y Don, or ‘Crest of the Wave’ is a grand Victorian building latterly converted into six self-contained one and two-bedroom flats, most retaining their original features. The upper floors have sweeping views across the Bristol Channel with Glastonbury Tor being visible on clear days.

Within the 0.38 acre grounds is a detached, two-storey former coach house with residential accommodation on the first floor and ground floor store rooms. There is also off-road parking and a landscaped front lawn.

Chris Hyde, Associate Director with Cooke & Arkwright’s Land Agency, who is marketing Min y Don on behalf of a private client comments, “We are expecting this property to attract a lot of interest. The interior is generously proportioned and retains much of its original charm and character.  It needs some renovation throughout, which would allow an investor to make their own mark, be it through upgrading the individual flats, or even dedicating each floor to single, good sized apartments, which could be refurbished to a very high standard.”

Min y Don is within a short walking distance of Penarth seafront with its Victorian pier, as well as the town centre with an array of independent shops, cafés and restaurants, as well as the highly regarded primary and secondary schools (private and state). There are spectacular views from Penarth Heights to Cardiff Bay, and the city is just four miles away. To the west is the beautiful countryside of the Vale of Glamorgan, famous for its Heritage Coast and the market town of Cowbridge.

For more details please email Chris Hyde or call him on 01656 644644