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3 CAE RHOS TERRACE, SEION LL57 3AG
A TASTEFULLY MODERNISED AND EXCEPTIONALLY WELL PRESENTED THREE BEDROOMED MID TERRACE HOUSE OCCUPYING A POPULAR AND VERY PLEASANT RURAL POSITION FROM WHICH THERE ARE DELIGHTFUL VIEWS OVER OPEN COUNTRYSIDE, TOWARDS THE MOUNTAINS AND AS FAR EAST AS THE GREAT ORME.

 
  • RECEPTION HALL 
  • LOUNGE 
  • DINING ROOM 
  • KITCHEN 
  • THREE BEDROOMS 
  • BATH/SHOWER ROOM 
  • ATTIC HOBBIES ROOM 
  • OIL FIRED CENTRAL HEATING

 

   
  • FULL UPVC DOUBLE GLAZING 
  • SOUTH FACING PATIO 
  • UTILTY ROOM 
  • STORE ROOM 
  • TANDEM DOUBLE GARAGE 
  • PRIVATE PARKING 
  • LAWNED REAR GARDEN

£175,000

Whilst the property has been considerably modernised, it still retains much of its original character and particular features include the Inglenook fireplace to the lounge which has an attractive Morso cast iron multi-fuel stove, an open fireplace to the dining room, dipped pine panelled doors throughout and open beamed ceilings to a number of rooms.  The property offers surprisingly spacious accommodation and benefits from a two storey kitchen/bathroom extension.

 

The property also has a range of refurbished outbuildings which comprise a utility room and store room together with a double ‘tandem’ garage and private off road parking. 

 

The original portion of the property is of stone construction with rendered and painted elevations under a pitched slate roof.  The two storey rear extension is of concrete block/brick construction with rendered and painted elevations under a mineralised felt covered roof.  The garage is of concrete block construction with rendered and painted elevations under a pitched slate roof and the outbuildings are of stone construction with rendered and painted elevations under a pitched slate roof. 

 

DIRECTIONS:   Proceeding along the A4087 in the direction of Caernarfon, when you reach the roundabout at Faenol, take the second exit onto the B4547 towards Felinheli.  After approximately 0.3 of a mile, turn left onto the continuation of the B4547 towards Llanberis.  After exactly one mile, turn right at the crossroads, continue along for just over Ό of a mile and take the first turning on your right.  Cae Rhos Terrace will then be found a short distance along on your right hand side.   

 

  

THE ACCOMMODATION COMPRISES:

 

GROUND FLOOR

 

A leaded uPVC double glazed front door opens into the

 

RECEPTION HALL 6’ 6” (2.00m) x 3’ 9” (1.14m) having a cloaks rail, a high level electricity meter, a high level shelf, an open beamed ceiling and an attractive part glazed dipped pine panelled door opening into the

 

 

 

 

 

LOUNGE 14’ 6” (4.42m) x 12’ 9” (3.87m) having an Inglenook style fireplace with a slate paved  hearth, a Morso cast-iron multi fuel stove and a light oak mantelpiece.  Two double power points, one single power point, a double radiator, fitted bookshelves to the fireside recesses, a uPVC double glazed window, two points for wall lights, an open beamed ceiling with a smoke detector alarm and an archway opening into the 

 

 

 

 

DINING ROOM 10’ 4” (3.15m) x 8’ 10” (2.70m) having a brick faced open fireplace with a quarry tile hearth and a polished slate surround, two double power points, a single radiator, an open beamed ceiling and a uPVC double glazed window through which there are delightful views over open fields and towards the mountains.    

 

 

 

 

 

 

KITCHEN 11’ 0” (3.34m) x 7’ 3” (2.23m) having a bright range of ‘Shaker’ style matching base and wall cupboard units with scribed doors and drawer fronts, a recess for a cooker with a filter canopy over, a fully integrated fridge, space for a fully integrated freezer, glazed wall display cabinets with internal lighting and wood effect rolled edge heat resistant worktops incorporating an inset 1½ bowl single drainer stainless steel sink with a swan-neck mixer tap.  Laminated wooden flooring, a double radiator, tiled splash backs to the worktops with window sills to match, three double power points (one concealed), two single power points, two uPVC double glazed windows, a stainless steel utensils rail/shelf, a dipped pine panelled door from the lounge, four recessed ceiling downlighters and a uPVC double glazed external door providing independent rear access. 

 

 

FIRST FLOOR

 

 

A straight flight staircase with a painted spindle balustrade then leads up from the lounge to the first floor landing which has a painted spindle hand rail to the stairwell, one single power point, a central heating thermostat, a ceiling hatch giving access to the attic hobbies room, a smoke detector alarm and the following rooms off:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FRONT BEDROOM ONE 11’ 9” (3.58m) x 8’ 2” (2.51m) having two double power points, a double radiator, a dipped pine panelled door and a uPVC double glazed window through which there are delightful rural views towards the mountains and as far as the Great Orme. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

REAR BEDROOM TWO 10’ 0” (3.03m) x 9’ 1” (2.77m) having one double power point, a double radiator, a dipped pine panelled door and a uPVC double glazed window.

 

 

 

 

 

FRONT BEDROOM THREE 8’ 7” (2.61m) x 6’ 0” (1.82m) having one double power point, one single power point, a double radiator, a dipped pine panelled door and a uPVC double glazed window through which there are again delightful rural views.

 

 

 

 

 

BATH/SHOWER ROOM 11’ 0” (3.37m) x 7’ 3” (2.22m) having a white suite comprising a painted pine ‘T&G’ panelled bath with chrome hand grips, a fully tiled Quadrant shower cubicle with a Mira Sport electric shower, a pedestal wash hand basin and a WC low suite.  Vinolay marble effect flooring, painted pine ‘T&G’ panelled walls to dado level, a single radiator, a dipped pine panelled door, two uPVC double glazed windows and a large fitted airing cupboard with pine slatted shelving and painted louvered doors housing a Worcester Heatslave 12/14 floor mounted oil fired ‘combi’ boiler with an integral digital programmer.   

 

A ceiling hatch on the landing then provides access to the 

 

 

 

 

ATTIC HOBBIES ROOM which is floored and insulated and has a pine Velux double glazed roof window through which there are rural views towards Anglesey.  This rooms has restricted head height due to the roof slope. 

 

OUTSIDE

 

To the front of the property, there is a path (over which the neighbouring properties in the terrace have a right of way) and a south facing neat slate paved patio from which there are views across the fields immediately to the front and towards the mountains.

 

 

 

To the rear of the property, there is a split level paved patio/courtyard with a garden hose point, a water butt, an external light fitting, an oil storage tank, a gate providing INDEPENDENT REAR ACCESS from the communal lane and a range of refurbishment stone built OUTBUILDINGS which comprise:

 

UTILITY ROOM 7’ 6” (2.30m) x 5’ 8” (1.75m) having vinolay tile effect flooring, a fitted granite pattern worktop, plumbing and waste pipe for a washing machine, one double power point, a window incorporating a vent for a tumble dryer and a ceiling light.

 

ADJOINING STORE ROOM 5’ 0” (1.52m) x 2’ 6” (0.77m) having fitted shelving and a bulkhead light fitting. 

 

On the opposite side of the rear lane, there is a PRIVATE PARKING AREA and a

 

DETACHED TANDEM GARAGE 27’ 3” (8.30m) x 11’ 1” (3.38m) (max) having a metal up and over door, three side windows, a consumer unit, one double power point, fitted shelving, a side personal door, three fluorescent strip light fittings and a waterproof external power point.

 

The garage also has a useful side canopy which provides covered access to the lawned rear garden which is approximately 50 ft in length and which has slate fencing and a TIMBER GARDEN SHED 5’ 9” (1.77m) x 3’ 9” (1.15m).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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.

VIEWING:      By appointment through agents.

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

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