|2 HIGH STREET, GLASINFRYN LL57 4UP|
|A MOST ATTRACTIVE MAINLY STONE BUILT THREE BEDROOMED MID TERRACE HOUSE OF CHARACTER SITUATED WITHIN THIS POPULAR HAMLET SOME TWO MILES FROM BANGOR. THE PROPERTY HAS A DELIGHTFUL COTTAGE STYLE GARDEN WITH AN OUTLOOK OVER OPEN FIELDS AND VIEWS TOWARDS THE HILLS FROM THE REAR.|
two mid terraced houses, this attractive stone built double fronted property
offers extensive family accommodation which includes two large reception
rooms, a useful ground floor study/fourth bedroom and a two storey
kitchen/bedroom extension. The
property retains much of its original character and particular features
include an Inglenook fireplace with a beautiful cast iron range to the
lounge, a Parkray stove to the dining room, pine floorboards, original sash
windows and open beamed ceilings.
original portion of the property is of stone construction with a concrete
block/brick extension to the rear having rendered and painted elevations
under a pitched slate roof with fibreglass polyroof and mineralised felt
covered roofs to the rear extension.
DIRECTIONS: Proceeding out of Bangor on the A5 (Llandegai Road), when you reach the bypass flyover roundabout, continue straight ahead and at the next roundabout immediately afterwards, turn right onto the A4244 (signposted for Llanberis). After approximately 0.9 of a mile, after passing under the new green bridge, take the first turning on the right (signposted for Glasinfryn). Follow the road until you reach Glasinfryn and after rounding a left hand bend and passing over a bridge, continue along for approximately 100 yards and the property will then be found on your right hand side.
stained glass panelled front door opens into the
15’ 1” (4.61m) x 12’ 10” (3.93m)
having light oak effect laminated wooden flooring, a beautiful 1927 cast
iron range, two double power points, a telephone point, an original sash
window, a high level electricity meter cupboard also housing the consumer
unit, an open beamed ceiling and a smoke detector alarm.
HALL 5’ 1” (1.56m) x
2’ 9” (0.86m) having a cloaks rail and the following rooms off:
BEDROOM FOUR 9’ 7” (2.93m) x
7’ 1” (2.16m) having a further recess with fitted shelving, two
double power points, a single radiator, a broadband connection, a uPVC
double glazed window and a painted pine door.
CLOAKROOM/UTILITY ROOM 6’ 5” (1.94m) x
5’ 1” (1.53m) (max) having a cork tile floor, a wall mounted wash
hand basin, a WC low suite, a recess with plumbing and waste pipe for a
washing machine, a single radiator, fitted storage cupboards with painted
louvre doors, a uPVC double glazed window and a painted pine sliding door.
ROOM 15’ 4” (3.86m) x 12’
9” (4.57m) having light oak effect laminated wooden flooring, an
Inglenook style fireplace with a quarry tile hearth and a Parkray Anthracite
stove with a back boiler serving the central heating system.
Three double power points, one single power point, a t.v. aerial
socket, an original sash window, a solid pine door from the lounge, a
lattice glazed window, fitted bookshelves, two points for wall lights, an
open beamed ceiling and a pine stable door opening into the
12’ 0” (3.66m) x 9’ 9” (2.96m)
with a range of matching base and wall cupboard units having a wide recess
housing a large oil fired AGA stove which also serves the domestic hot water
supply, wood effect rolled edge heat resistant worktops and a single drainer
stainless steel sink with mixer taps. Vinolay
tile effect flooring, a pine ‘T&G’ panelled wall to dado level,
tiled splash backs to the worktops, two double power points, a uPVC double
glazed window and a uPVC double glazed external door providing access to the
straight flight pine staircase with a spindle balustrade then leads up from
the lounge to the first floor landing which has a large built-in airing
cupboard with pine slatted shelving which has an insulated hot water
cylinder with an immersion heater and a pine panelled door, a smoke detector
alarm and the following rooms off:
BEDROOM ONE 12’ 1” (3.70m) x 11’
9” (3.60m) with a wide recess having a range of deep built-in
wardrobes and storage cupboards with bespoke solid pine doors, two double
power points, a double radiator, an original sash window, a high level
storage cupboard, exposed purlins and an access hatch to the roof space.
BEDROOM TWO 13’ 0” (3.96m) x
9’ 0” (2.74m) having original pine floorboards, one double power
point, a single radiator, an original sash window, a painted pine door and
an exposed purlin.
BEDROOM THREE 12’ 0” (3.66m) x
9’ 10” (3.00m) having one double power point, a single radiator, one
point for a wall light, a painted pine door and a wide uPVC double glazed
window through which there are delightful rural views over an open field,
across mature woodland and towards the mountains and hills.
7’ 7” (2.31m) x 5’ 9” (1.75m)
having a white suite comprising a painted pine ‘T&G’ panelled bath
with chrome hand grips, a Mira shower and a glazed shower screen, a pedestal
wash hand basin and a WC low suite. Cork
tile floor, mainly tiled walls, a uPVC double glazed window through which
there are again delightful rural views, a painted pine door, a range of
matching accessories and a painted pine ‘T&G’ panelled ceiling with
exposed purlins and six recessed downlighters.
the front of the property, there is a small cobbled area whilst to the rear,
there is a beautifully landscaped cottage style garden which is laid to lawn
and has an abundance of colourful plants and shrubs, a mature tree, a paved
patio, a garden hose point, a stone built GARDEN
SHED having a pitched slate roof, a clothes line and a pleasant outlook
over an open field and towards the woodland to the rear.
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.
advised by the vendors that the tenure is freehold.
VIEWING:By appointment through agents.
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