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1 BRYNAFON, MEANI BRIDGE LL59 5HA

 

AN OPPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE A BEAUTIFULLY RESTORED FOUR BEDROOMED VICTORIAN END TERRACED HOUSE OFFERING BRIGHT AND SPACIOUS ACCOMMODATION ON THREE FLOORS.   ADJOINING THE PROPERTY IS A FORMER TEA WAREHOUSE WHICH HAS TREMENDOUS POTENTIAL FOR CONVERSION TO A VARIETY OF USES.  THE PROPERTY ALSO ENJOYS VIEWS TOWARDS THE MENAI STRAITS FROM THE BAY WINDOWS IN BOTH THE LOUNGE AND MASTER BEDROOM.
  • RECEPTION HALL

  • SPACIOUS LOUNGE

  • RE-FITTED KITCHEN DINER 

  • REAR PORCH 

  • 2 STORE ROOMS 

  • 4 DOUBLE BEDROOMS

  • RE-FITTED BATH/SHOWER ROOM 

  • POTENTIAL STUDY/EN-SUITE

  • BATHROOM

  • FORMER TEA WAREHOUSE with 

  • FIRST FLOOR ACCOMMODATION

  • ATTACHED SINGLE GARAGE

  • GARDEN W.C

  • INDEPENDENT REAR ACCESS

 

£ 349,500

 

The property is situated in a popular and very convenient location which is within a few minutes’ walk of the banks of the Menai Straits, the bowling green, Telford’s suspension bridge and the town centre with its wide range of eateries and shops.   The property is also within 2-3 minutes’ walk of Waitrose. 

 

The owner has painstakingly restored the property to an exceptionally high standard throughout and has gone to great lengths to ensure that it retains as much of its original character as possible.   Particular features including a beautiful original tiled floor to the reception hall, a brick lined Inglenook fireplace with an attractive cast-iron multi-fuel stove to the lounge, a spacious re-fitted kitchen diner with ‘Shaker’ style units and a Belfast sink and new Victorian style panelled doors with complimentary furniture throughout.  

 

Further features include a superb re-fitted bathroom which has a re-enamelled Victorian style double-ended cast-iron bath on claw feet and a separate shower cubicle and four double bedrooms including the largest one to the second floor which has an adjoining spare room suitable for conversion into a study or en-suite bathroom.  

 

There is also potential to extend the accommodation to the rear into an adjoining former tea warehouse which has accommodation on two floors.  A further attraction to this property will be the new detached garage which has a remote controlled roller shutter door. 

 

During the refurbishment, a considerable sum was spent on insulating and replastering and the property was also completely rewired, had a new mains gas fired central heating system installed and was redecorated throughout.

 

The property is of stone/brick construction with rendered and painted elevations under a pitched slate roof.   The garage is of concrete block construction with rendered and painted elevations under a pitched mineralised felt covered roof. 

 

DIRECTIONS:  Entering Anglesey over the Menai Suspension bridge, turn right at the first roundabout onto the A545 (Telford Road) towards Beaumaris and after approximately 125 yards, turn first right into Chapel Street.   At the bottom of the hill, take the first turning on the right into New Street and the property will then be seen facing you. 

 

 

THE ACCOMMODATION COMPRISES:

 

GROUND FLOOR  

 

The property has a shallow flight of heather brown tiled steps with ornate railings leading up to a uPVC double glazed front door which opens into the

 

RECEPTION HALL 17’ 4” (5.28m) x 7’ 0” (2.12m) max) having a beautiful original tiled floor, one double power point, a spacious walk-in understairs storage cupboard with a quarry tile floor, one point for a wall light and a part glazed dipped pine panelled door;  a double radiator, a panelled staircase, a central heating thermostat, a high level electricity meter cupboard also housing the consumer unit, a coved ceiling and the following rooms off:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LOUNGE 17’ 3” (5.27m) x 16’ 7” (5.03m) having a brick lined Inglenook fireplace with a raised slate hearth and an attractive cast-iron multi-fuel stove, four double power points, a t.v. aerial socket, two double radiators, a wide double glazed hardwood sash bay window, a Victorian style panelled door, a uPVC double glazed gable window, a coved ceiling and a wide archway opening to the  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

KITCHEN DINER 24’ 8” (7.53m) x 12’ 4” (3.75m) re-fitted with a range of ‘Shaker’ style base cupboard units having a recess with plumbing and waste pipe for a washing machine, a further recess for a fridge, a large Belfast sink with a swan-neck mixer tap, a polished slate worktop with a matching splash back and a further Iroko hardwood worktop incorporating an inset Bosch gas hob with a matching built-in fan assisted electric oven beneath and a stainless steel filter canopy over.   Part quarry tile floor to the kitchen area with an original tiled floor to the dining room, part tiled walls to the worktops, a spice rack and extensive wall shelving.  Six double power points, a Victorian style cast-iron radiator, three uPVC double glazed windows, an exposed brick feature wall, a Victorian style panelled door, a double dimmer switch, a smoke detector alarm and a uPVC double glazed external door providing independent rear access via the  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

REAR PORCH 6’ 1” (1.86m) x 3’ 1” (0.96m) having wood effect vinolay flooring, uPVC double glazed windows, a high level shelf, a uPVC double glazed external door providing independent rear access, a pitch polycarbonate roof and a louvered door opening into the

 

STORE ROOM 14’ 1” (4.29m) x 8’ 5” (2.59m) having four double power points, fitted shelving, a fluorescent strip light fitting and a door opening into a further

 

STORE ROOM 14’ 1”  (4.30m) x 10’ 4” (3.17m) (average) housing a new Worcester Greenstar 34CDi Classic wall mounted mains gas fired condensing ‘combi’ boiler with an integral digital programmer.  This room has restricted head height. 

 

FIRST FLOOR

 

A wide straight flight staircase with a quarter landing and an ornate part painted spindle balustrade then leads up from the reception hall to the first floor landing which has one double power point, a telephone point, a part painted pine spindle hand rail to the stairwell, a coved ceiling with a smoke detector alarm and the following rooms off:

 

 

 

FRONT BEDROOM ONE 14’ 3” (4.36m) x 14’ 0” (4.27m) having a deep arched alcove with a fitted base storage cupboard, two double power points, one single power point, a double radiator, a uPVC double glazed window, a wide hardwood framed double glazed sash bay window from which there are glimpses of the Menai Straits, a picture rail and a Victorian style panelled door. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SIDE BEDROOM TWO 13’ 8” (4.18m) x 12’ 3” (3.73m) having three double power points, a double radiator, a uPVC double glazed window with a hardwood sill and a Victorian style panelled door. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FRONT BEDROOM THREE 9’ 7” (2.92m) x 8’ 7” (2.63m) having painted wooden floorboards, three double power points, a double radiator, a hardwood framed double glazed sash window and a Victorian style panelled door. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SUPERB RE-FITTED BATH/SHOWER ROOM 9’ 7” (2.94m) x 8’ 10” (2.70m) having a white suite comprising a re-enamelled Victorian style double ended cast-iron bath on claw feet, a large tiled/glazed shower cubicle with glass screening and a ‘monsoon’ shower, a contemporary style wash hand basin on a wooden stand and a WC low suite.  Italian ceramic tiled floor, part tiled walls, a ‘ladder’ style heated towel rail plumbed into the central heating system, a shaver socket, a large wall mirror above the wash hand basin, wall shelves, a uPVC double glazed window with a hardwood sill, a part glazed Victorian style panelled door, an extractor fan and four recessed ceiling downlighters. 

SECOND FLOOR

 

A further Victorian style panelled door then opens from the landing to a turned staircase with a pine hand rail which leads up to  

 

 

 

ATTIC BEDROOM FOUR 23’ 6” (7.18m) (max) x 19’ 10” (6.06m) (max) having six double power points, a pine spindle hand rail and an original pine ‘T&G’ panelled wall to the stairwell, a smoke detector alarm, suspended low voltage halogen lighting, three pine Velux double glazed roof windows and an original pine door opening into a potential further

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ROOM 13’ 0” (3.97m) x 12’ 2” (3.72m) offering potential for conversion to a study or en-suite, exposed purlins and a pine Velux double glazed roof window.  Both attic bedroom four and the above room have partially restricted head height due to the roof slope. 

 

 

 

The property also has potential to extend the living accommodation into what was originally a  

 

 

 

 

 

TEA WAREHOUSE 20’ 0” (6.11m) x 14’ 0” (4.29m) having an ornate cast-iron fireplace, a uPVC framed window, a further window, an open beamed ceiling and twin wooden front entrance doors providing access from the communal lane to the rear.  

 

 

 

 

FIRST FLOOR

 

A steep open tread staircase with a wooden hand rail then leads up from the warehouse to the

 

ATTIC 20’ 4” (6.22m) x 14’ 0” (4.29m) which has a window and exposed ‘A’ frame roof timbers. 

 

 

 

 

The property also has an enclosed rear yard with a garden hose point, an external gas meter cupboard, a GARDEN W.C. with a high level suite and a walled brick paved seating area with access directly to the new

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ATTACHED SINGLE GARAGE 17’ 0” (5.20m) x 12’ 6” (3.80m) having a remote controlled roller shutter front entrance door, a uPVC side personal door and a fluorescent strip light fitting on an automatic sensor. 

 

 

 

 

 

We have not carried out a test on the central heating system, the electrical wiring circuits or any other services connected to the property and we are therefore unable to comment on the condition or adequacy of same.

TENURE:We are advised by the vendors that the tenure is freehold.

VIEWING:By appointment through agents.

 

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