Moira Place, Adamsdown, Cardiff, CF24 0ET

Price £1,120 pcm +Fees Exclusive

Price £1,120 pcm - Available 01 July 2019 - Furnished

  • Close to Town Centre
  • Fully furnished
  • Near Glamorgan Atrium
  • Gas Central Heating
  • £280 Per Person
  • Laminate Flooring
  • Well sized bedrooms
  • Available to students
  • Close to Amenities
  • Half Rent July/August Unoccupied

A stunning four bedroom house with one of Cardiff`s most renowned locations opposite Howard Gardens Campus and the property offers luxurious living and entertaining space, moments away from the Atrium.


- Fully Furnished
- Double Bedrooms
- Laminate Flooring
- Near Glamorgan Atrium
- Gas Central Heating
- Available For Students

RENT : £1120 PCM £280 per person

Available From July 2019

- Half Rent over July and August -
(Unoccupied. Can store belongings over this period.
Individuals can stay on full rent over summer, while other tenants not occupying can pay half rent.)

Call our Lettings Team on 02920 409999 (opt 1) for more information or to book a viewing.

Any photographs and descriptions provided are for guidance only.

Cardiff Magistrates` Court, Cardiff Prison, Cardiff Royal Infirmary, the Cardiff School of Creative and Cultural Industries of the University of Glamorgan, the Howard Gardens campus of the University of Wales Institute, Cardiff, a Reform Synagogue, several Sikh temples can be found in this district and a mosque which is under construction.

Adamsdown is one of the older, traditional, working class suburbs of Cardiff. It is about 10 minutes` walk from the commercial Cardiff city centre. It is largely a residential area. There are leisure facilities such as the Rubicon dance centre, the Star Centre in nearby Splott and an Esporta Health Club. Adamsdown is undergoing regeneration, in particular the shopping area of Clifton Street, where the traditional stone buildings such as Roath Police station have been sandblasted and renovated, all of the shop fronts are being replaced and updated, the pavements are being widened and a new one-way traffic system has been introduced. The aim is to attract greater numbers of traders and shoppers to the area.


Cardiff Queen Street station is on the western fringe of Adamsdown. The station is on the Valley Lines urban rail network.

The area is also served by Cardiff Bus. Services stopping outside the Cardiff Royal Infirmary, which all go to Central Station in the reverse direction are:
11/12/13 (Tremorfa or Cardiff Bay/Drope)
30 (Newport)
44/45 (St. Mellons via Rumney)
49/50 (Llanrumney)

The 11/12/13 routes run through the heart of the area connecting it with Tremorfa/Splott to the east and Culverhouse Cross/Ely/Canton/City Centre to the west. The 1/2 Bay Circle route also serves some parts of the area.[4]

The busy and commercial Newport Road (A4161) runs through northern Adamsdown, leading towards the M4 motorway to the east and the city centre to the west. City Road leads to northern districts of Cardiff.
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The asking rent does not include letting fees.

Fees may be charged on a per property or per tenancy basis. For full details of our fee structure please refer to the `fees` section on our website. All fees listed here are non refundable.