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7 BRYNAFON, MENAI BRIDGE LL59 5HA
AN OPPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE A SUBSTANTIAL FOUR/FIVE BEDROOMED END TERRACED VICTORIAN HOUSE OFFERING BRIGHT AND SPACIOUS ACCOMMODATION ON THREE FLOORS.  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 SUSPENSION BRIDGE AND THE TOWN CENTRE WITH ITS WIDE RANGE OF EATERIES AND SHOPS.  THE PROPERTY IS ALSO WITHIN APPROXIMATELY THREE MINUTES’ WALK OF WAITROSE.

  • RECEPTION HALL
  • LOUNGE 
  • STUDY/BEDROOM FIVE 
  • KITCHEN DINER 
  • REAR HALL 
  • UTILITY ROOM 
  • FITTED CLOAKROOM 
  • FOUR FURTHER BEDROOMS 
  • DRESSING ROOM 
  • EN-SUITE BATHROOM
 
  • FAMILY BATH/SHOWER ROOM 
  • GAS FIRED CENTRAL HEATING 
  • MAINLY DOUBLE GLAZED WINDOWS 
  • REAR GARDEN 
  • POTENTIAL PRIVATE PARKING 
  • OPEN STORE SHELTER 
  • INDEPENDENT REAR ACCESS 
  • VERANDAH WITH VIEWS OVER THE STRAITS

£320,000

The property offers extensive family accommodation with the majority of the rooms being south facing and enjoying views of the Straits.   Particular features include a spacious re-fitted breakfast kitchen with ‘Shaker’ style units, built-in appliances and polished slate worktops, a large family bath/shower room with a corner bath and an extremely spacious bedroom to the second floor which has an en-suite bathroom.    Whilst the property has been modernised by the present owners, it still retains many of its original features including pine floorboards, an Inglenook style fireplace to the lounge, a number of original pine panelled doors, double glazed sash windows to a number of rooms, picture rails and coved ceilings. 

 

The property is of brick construction with part rendered and spar dashed elevations under a pitched slate 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 then first left into Brynafon.  The property will then be found as the last house in the terrace on your right hand side. 

 

 

THE ACCOMMODATION COMPRISES:

 

GROUND FLOOR  

An original painted front door opens into the

 

RECEPTION HALL 17’ 2” (5.24m) x 4’ 4” (1.31m) having light oak veneered flooring incorporating a matwell, a walk-in understairs storage cupboard with a quarry tile floor, fitted shelving, a pine panelled door and an internal light; one double power point, one single power point, a single radiator, a central heating thermostat, a coved ceiling with a smoke detector alarm and the following rooms off:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LOUNGE 17’ 8” (5.40m) (max) x 12’ 5” (3.78m) having an Inglenook style fireplace with an inset open fire and an  Adam style surround, solid oak flooring, two double power points, one single power point, a t.v. aerial socket, a telephone point, a double radiator, a double glazed sash window, a pine panelled door, a picture rail, a coved ceiling and a wide double glazed sash bay window through which there are views of the Menai Straits.

 

 

 

 

 

 

STUDY/BEDROOM FIVE 14’ 5” (4.40m) x 8’ 0” (2.42m) having two double power points, a double radiator, a t.v. aerial cable connection, a double glazed sash window, a pine panelled door, a high level electricity meter, a consumer unit and a coved ceiling. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

KITCHEN DINER 18’ 9” (5.72m) x 13’ 3” (4.06m) with a beautiful range of ‘light oak’ Shaker style matching base and wall cupboard units having a recess with plumbing and waste pipe for a dishwasher, a plate rack, discreet worktop lighting beneath the wall cupboard units, a Bosch built-in eye level fan assisted electric oven/grill and beautiful polished slate worktops with an inset 1½ bowl single drainer stainless steel sink with a swan-neck mixer tap and an inset ceramic hob with a fully integrated filter unit over.   Light oak veneered flooring, a former tiled fireplace with a polished slate hearth and a painted slate surround to the dining area, original built-in fireside cupboards and drawers, two double radiators, a double glazed sash window, a fitted ‘desk’ with extensive bookshelves over, tiled splash backs to the worktops, a telephone point, five double power points, one single power point, a pine panelled door from the hall, one point for a wall light and eight recessed ceiling downlighters.  The kitchen diner then opens into the

 

 

REAR HALL 8’ 9” (2.68m) x 3’ 9” (1.16m) having light oak veneered flooring to match the kitchen diner, fitted shelving, double glazed sliding patio doors providing independent rear access and a pine panelled door opening into the

 

 

UTILITY ROOM 8’ 1” (2.48m) x 4’ 9” (1.45m) having a granite pattern rolled edge fitted worktop with an inset single drainer stainless steel sink with undercupboards, a recess with plumbing and waste pipe for a washing machine, two double power points, two wall shelves, a uPVC double glazed window, a fluorescent strip light fitting and a pine panelled door opening into the

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FITTED CLOAKROOM 7’ 10” (2.38m) x 3’ 4” (1.03m) having a white suite comprising a pedestal wash hand basin and a WC low suite.  Two pine wall shelves, a fitted gas meter cupboard and a single glazed pine framed window. 

 

FIRST FLOOR

 

A turned staircase with a half landing and a painted spindle balustrade then leads up from the reception hall to the first floor landing which has one single power point, a painted spindle hand rail to the stairwell, a smoke detector alarm and the following rooms off:

 

 

 

FRONT BEDROOM ONE 17’ 10” (5.42m) (max) x 12’ 3” (3.72m) having dipped pine floorboards, three double power points, a telephone point, a t.v. aerial socket, a double radiator, fitted bookshelves, a double glazed sash window, a pine panelled door and a wide double glazed sash bay window through which there are views over the bowling green and across the Menai Straits. 

 

 

FRONT BEDROOM TWO 10’ 4” (3.16m) x 10’ 4” (3.16m) having one double power point, one single power point, a single radiator, two pine wall shelves, a pine panelled door and a double glazed sash window through which there are glimpses of the Straits. 

 

 

 

 

FRONT BEDROOM THREE 8’ 6” (2.60m) x 8’ 0” (2.46m) having one double power point, one single power point, a single radiator, a pine panelled door and a double glazed sash window through which there are again views over the bowling green and across the Straits. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BATH/SHOWER ROOM 12’ 4” (3.77m) x 8’ 10” (2.70m) having a white suite comprising a luxury corner panelled bath with an integral seat, a separate tiled/glazed Quadrant shower cubicle with a Mira Sport electric shower, a pedestal wash hand basin, a bidet and a WC low suite.    Tile effect laminated wooden flooring, part half tiled walls, a large fitted airing cupboard with pine slatted shelving and twin louvered doors, a single radiator, a ‘ladder’ style heated towel rail plumbed into the central heating system, four towel rails, a single glazed window, a pine panelled door and six recessed ceiling downlighters. 

 

A further pine panelled door then opens from the landing into a former fourth bedroom which has been converted into a

 

 

 

 

 

DRESSING ROOM 14’ 5” (4.40m) x 8’ 0” (2.43m) (max) having a fitted wardrobe with a hanging rail and three built-in storage cupboards with fitted shelving, one double power point, one single power point, a telephone point, a t.v. aerial cable connection, a single radiator and a double glazed sash window. 

 

SECOND FLOOR

 

A straight flight staircase with a part painted pine spindle balustrade then leads up from the dressing room to 

 

 

 

 

 

BEDROOM FOUR 25’ 2” (7.68m) x 16’ 2” (4.94m) (max) having three access doors to the floored eaves storage spaces, seven double power points, two t.v. aerial sockets, a part painted pine spindle hand rail to the stairwell, a built-in airing cupboard with pine slatted shelving, three pine Velux double glazed roof windows through which there are views both across and along the Menai Straits as far as Bangor pier, a smoke detector alarm, 13 recessed adjustable ceiling downlighters and a sliding pine panelled door opening into the

 

 

 

EN-SUITE BATHROOM 10’ 4” (3.4m) x 5’ 2” (1.58m) having a white suite comprising a panelled bath with chrome hand grips, a pedestal wash hand basin, a bidet and a WC low suite.  Wood effect laminated wooden flooring, part ‘mosaic’ tiled walls, a heated towel rail incorporating a single radiator, a toilet roll holder, a robe hook, an extractor fan, three recessed adjustable ceiling downlighters and a pine Velux double glazed roof window through which there are again views of the Straits. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

OUTSIDE

 

To the rear of the property, there is a domestic area with a bulkhead light fitting and an

 

OPEN STORE SHELTER 7’ 9” (2.38m) x 5’ 2” (1.60m) having a door providing access directly from the side lane, a waterproof power point, a garden hose point and a bulkhead light fitting.  Steps then lead up from the rear domestic area to a partially lawned garden (which has potential for conversion to a private parking area) with a gravelled bed, a variety of shrubs and plants, a brick/slate built barbeque, wooden entrance gates with a matching fence and steps leading up to a TIMBER DECKED SOUTH FACING VERANDAH which has railings, a slate capped wall, a further bulkhead light fitting and glimpses of the Straits. 

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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