|2 BRON MENAI, SILIWEN ROAD, BANGOR, LL57 2SU|
AN OPPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE AN IMPOSING GRADE II LISTED FOUR BEDROOMED SEMI DETACHED HOUSE STANDING IN PRIVATE LAWNED GROUNDS WHICH EXTEND TO APPROXIMATELY A THIRD OF AN ACRE. THE PROPERTY OCCUPIES AN ELEVATED POSITION AND ENJOYS DELIGHTFUL VIEWS OF BANGOR PIER AND ACROSS THE STRAITS TOWARDS ANGLESEY.
circa 1833, the property retains much of its original character and
particular features include an attractive tiled/cast iron fireplace to the
lounge, large bay windows to both reception rooms, a number of Georgian
style sash windows, panelling and shutters to a number of windows, panelled
doors, high ceilings and ornate coving to a number of rooms.
property offers spacious, well planned family accommodation and must be
viewed to fully appreciate the views which it enjoys and the extent of the
property is understood to be of stone construction with rendered and painted
elevations under a pitched slate roof with a lead sheathed roof to the right
hand front bay window.
From our office, proceed to the bottom of Dean Street turning
right at the T junction into Garth Road.
After approximately 275 yards, as the road bears to the right,
continue straight ahead into the continuation of Garth Road.
As you approach the pier, follow the road around the sharp left hand
bend, keep to the right of Eryl Mor Hotel and the property will then be
found approximately 150 yards up on your left hand side (opposite the right
hand turning down to the Old Baths).
The property has a solid panelled front door with a
glazed surround opening into the
RECEPTION HALL 25 0 (7.61m) (max) x 6 8 (2.05m) having stained pine floorboards incorporating a mat well, a fitted storage cupboard with built-in shelving, coat hooks and further storage cupboards over, an understairs storage cupboard with additional coat hooks, one double power point, a double radiator, a cloaks rail and an ornate coved ceiling with a smoke detector alarm. A panelled door then opens into the
LOUNGE 18 5 (5.62m) x 13 9 (4.21m) having a beautiful tiled/cast iron fireplace with a tiled hearth and an ornate surround, four double power points, a telephone point, two double radiators, an ornate coved ceiling and a wide Georgian style bay window with panelled shutters through which there are views of Bangor pier and across the Straits to Anglesey. A wide archway then opens into the
DINING ROOM 18 1 (5.52m) x 11 11 (3.63m) (max) having one double power point, two single power points, a triple radiator, a Georgian style sash window with panelled shutters and a large Georgian style bay window from which there are again good views over the Straits. A door to the rear of the dining room then opens into the
ROOM 12 9 (3.87m)
x 6 10 (2.10m) having one double power point, one single power
point, a single radiator, adjustable wall shelves, two sash windows and a
part lattice glazed door opening into the
REAR HALL 4
7 (1.41m) x 4 5 (1.35m)
(max) having a thermoplastic tiled floor, a window and a part glazed
external door providing independent rear access.
A further part lattice glazed door opens from the
study/music room to the
KITCHEN 13 1 (4.00m) x
11 5 (3.48m) with a range of matching base and wall cupboard units
having a recess with plumbing and waste pipe for a washing machine, a
further recess for a fridge, open display shelving, discreet worktop
lighting beneath the wall cupboard units and heat resistant worktops
incorporating an inset single drainer stainless steel sink with mixer taps
and an inset gas hob with a built-in fan assisted electric oven beneath and
a fully integrated extractor unit over.
Laminated wooden flooring, part tiled splash backs to the worktops,
five double power points (one concealed), a part lattice glazed door from
the reception hall, three sash windows, a Vaillant wall mounted mains gas
fired combi boiler, a central heating/hot water programmer, a
fluorescent strip light fitting to the window pelmet, a pine T&G
panelled ceiling with four adjustable recessed downlighters and a carbon
A beautiful turned staircase with a hardwood/painted spindle balustrade then leads up from the rear of the reception hall to the first floor landing which has two single power points, a hardwood/ painted spindle hand rail to the stairwell, an external door providing access to the rear garden, a smoke detector alarm, a pull-down ladder providing access to the large roof space and the following rooms off:
FRONT BEDROOM ONE 18 0 (5.48m) (max) x 13 10 (4.23m) having a wide range of full height built-in wardrobes/ cupboards with fitted shelving and hanging rails, a further recessed storage cupboard with fitted shelving and a panelled door, two double power points, one single power point, two double radiators, a panelled door, a part coved ceiling with a bedlight pull switch and a wide Georgian style bay window which takes full advantage of the views over the Straits.
FRONT BEDROOM TWO 11 11 (3.63m) x 10 6 (3.20m) having a fitted vanity unit with an inset wash hand basin having a tiled surround and a matching splash back, two double power points, a double radiator, a secondary double glazed Georgian style sash window, a wall mounted medicine cabinet with mirrored doors and a vanity light over incorporating a shaver socket, a panelled door, a coved ceiling and a doorway with a step leading down to a
SNUG 7 6 (2.28m) x 5 10 (1.78m) having one double power point, a single radiator, adjustable wall shelves and three secondary double glazed Georgian style windows to the bay window which again enjoys views of the pier and over the Straits.
THREE 14 0 (4.28m)
x 7 10 (2.40m) having two double power points, a double
radiator, a panelled secondary double glazed Georgian style sash window, a
panelled door and a coved ceiling.
FOUR 14 2 (4.34m)
x 6 10 (2.09m) having a fitted storage cupboard with built-in
shelving and a panelled door, two double power points, a triple radiator, a
recess with fitted shelving, high level storage cupboards, a secondary
double glazed Georgian style sash window with views over the Straits, a
panelled door and a coved ceiling.
BATHROOM 7 4 (2.24m) x 6 9 (2.07m) having a Champagne suite comprising a corner panelled bath with an integral seat, a Triton Sambada electric shower and a shower rail and curtain, a pedestal wash hand basin and a WC low suite. Wood effect vinolay flooring, fully tiled walls, a single radiator, a towel ring, a soap dish, a towel rail, a wall mounted mirror with a vanity light over incorporating a shaver socket, a secondary double glazed Georgian style sash window, a part glazed door, a wall mounted electric fan heater and a pine T&G panelled ceiling.
4 0 (1.22m) x 3 8
(1.12m) having a wall mounted wash hand basin and a WC low suite.
Wood effect vinolay flooring, a toilet roll holder, a towel ring and
a panelled door.
The property occupies an extremely large plot and stands in lawned gardens
which extend to approximately ⅓ of an acre. To the front of
the property, there is a delightful slate paved patio with railings whilst
to the side and rear, there are slate paved yards with nature stone
outcrops, a GARDEN STORE and external lighting.
tree lined path then leads up to an extremely large and private lawned rear
garden which has woodland to three sides and spectacular views of the pier,
across the Straits to Anglesey and as far as Beaumaris.
The garden also has a SUMMERHOUSE 12 0 (3.66m) x 8
1 (2.47m), flower beds, a holly hedge and a variety of mature
specimen trees including oak, plum, apple and walnut.
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.
|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.|
By appointment through agents.
We are advised by the vendor that the tenure is freehold.
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