|25 BONT UCHAF, BETHESDA LL57 3SN|
|AN EXTENDED ONE BEDROOMED MID TERRACE HOUSE OCCUPYING AN ELEVATED POSITION ABOVE THE VILLAGE FROM WHICH THERE ARE VIEWS ACROSS THE OGWEN VALLEY TOWARDS ST ANNS|
property is of stone/brick/concrete block construction with part rendered
and spar dashed elevations under a pitched slate roof with a mineralised
felt covered roof to the rear extension.
Entering Bethesda from the Bangor direction on the A5, continue towards
the centre of the village and after passing through the first set of
pedestrian traffic lights and rounding a left hand bend, take the next
turning on your left into Pen Y Bryn Road.
When you reach the mini roundabout, bear left into the continuation
of Pen Y Bryn Road, follow the road around the left hand bend by the school
and as you approach the brow of the hill, turn right into Carneddi Road.
Continue along Carneddi Road for approximately 175 yards and after
the road dips and curves to the right, the property will be found in the
terrace of houses on your left hand side.
A painted panelled front door opens into the
PORCH 4 3
x 2 6 (0.78m) having a cold water tap, two side windows, a pine
T&G panelled ceiling with a recessed downlighter and a uPVC double
glazed door opening into the
DINER 18 6 (5.62m) x
9 7 (2.92m) having a fireplace with an inset Greybridge cast-iron
Range, three double power points, a telephone point, a double radiator, a
uPVC double glazed window, two pine wall shelves, a cloaks rail, a high
level electricity meter cupboard also housing the consumer unit and a pine
lattice glazed door opening into the
11 10 (3.62m) x 6
6 (2.00m) with a range of Shaker style matching base and wall
cupboard units having a deep pan drawer, a recess with plumbing and waste
pipe for a washing machine and rolled edge heat resistant worktops
incorporating an inset single drainer stainless steel sink with mixer taps
and an inset electric hob with a built-in electric oven beneath and a filter
canopy over. Wood effect vinolay
flooring, a double radiator, four double power points, an electric point for
a cooker incorporating a single power point, two wall shelves, a single
glazed window and an extractor fan.
A straight flight staircase with a painted spindle
balustrade then leads up from the lounge diner to a
LANDING AREA 7 6 (2.30m)
x 7 2 (2.20m) which has a full length full height range of
fitted wardrobes with storage cupboards and glazed pine doors, one double
power point, a single radiator, a painted spindle hand rail to the
stairwell, an access hatch to the roof space and the following rooms off:
BEDROOM 10 6 (3.22m) x
9 6 (2.90m) having one double power point, a single radiator, a
lattice glazed door and a uPVC double glazed window through which there are
views across the Ogwen Valley and towards St Anns.
11 6 (3.52m)
x 7 6 (2.28m) having one double power point, a single radiator,
a lattice glazed door from the landing and a further lattice glazed door
opening into the
11 7 (3.55m) x 7
1 (2.16m) having a white suite comprising a painted pine
T&G panelled bath with a shower and a glazed shower screen, a
pedestal wash hand basin and a WC low suite.
Vinolay tile effect flooring, part marble pattern PVC panelled walls,
a single radiator, a wall mounted vanity mirror with integral lighting, a
Vaillant wall mounted mains gas fired combi boiler, a uPVC double
glazed window, a timed automatic extractor fan, a fitted airing cupboard
with pine slatted shelving and a uPVC double glazed external door providing
access to the rear yard.
To the front of the property, there is a small slate
crazy paved walled seating area with a gas meter cupboard.
To the rear, there is a small walled yard.
|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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