Suffolk House, the newest development from Quin & Co, sits in the heart of the Conway Road Conservation Area in an elevated position on the junction of Romilly Road and Llandaff Road, moments from Pontcanna’s independent shops and award-winning restaurants.
A boutique development of seven houses and ten apartments, Suffolk House offers unrivalled modern living in Cardiff’s most fashionable enclave, just a mile from the city centre.
Suffolk House lies between the genteel Edwardian Thompson’s Park, with its ornamental pond and sculpture by Sir William Goscombe John, and the great, green expanse of Llandaff Fields, with a children’s playground and sports pitches and cycle and footpaths leading to the river and into the centre of the city.
The two parks provide open space for leisure, play and fitness for Pontcanna’s unique mix of families, creatives and professionals.
The locally listed Suffolk House was built in 1865 by Benjamin Wright as a wedding present for his daughter, and has now been restored and converted into ten contemporary apartments which retain the elegant aesthetic of the iconic villa.
The seven three-storey townhouses have elevated front gardens as well as a private rear garden and offer open-plan living with a blend of classic and contemporary features.
The Suffolk House site has been sensitively designed to complement the neighbouring period homes, with a handcrafted stone wall facing Romilly Road, and planting and landscaping to conserve the historic nature of the site.
A collection of seven three-storey townhouses offering open-plan living with a stylish blend of classic and contemporary features in the Conway Road Conservation Area.
The locally listed Suffolk House has been restored and converted into ten contemporary apartments which retain the elegant aesthetic of the Victorian villa.
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