5 bedroom house for sale

Coetmor Road, Bethesda, Gwynedd


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A substantial 'Arts and Crafts' property which is situated within enclosed and private gardens and comes with versatile accommodation which could be suitable for B&B. This beautifully proportioned property, built in 1911, is located in Bethesda which is at the foot of The Nant Ffrancon Valley and the Snowdonia Mountain Range. The property has many original features and is highly recommended for an internal viewing. To the ground floor the property comprises of Lounge, Sitting Room, Dining Room, Study, Kitchen Breakfast Room, Back Kitchen, Utility and large integral Garage/Workshop and Kitchenette/Rear Access. The first floor comprises of Feature Galleried Landing (with large stained glass window to the gable end), Family Bathroom, 5 Double Bedrooms and Box Room, which leads to an Extensive Attic Room (via fixed staircase). The property layout lends itself well to provide an extra income or an annexe. The annexe would comprise a Kitchenette, Bathroom and two bedrooms from the existing accommodation. The property has mature landscaped gardens, off road parking, views across the Ogwen Valley, gas central heating and double glazing.

Five Bedrooms
Sitting Room, Lounge
Formal Dining Room
Kitchen Breakfast Room
Second Kitchen/Utility
Integral Garage/Workshop
Box Room, Attic Room
Separate Self Contained Annex/Fl

Covered Porch    Original timber door with stained and leaded light features leading to:

Entrance Porch    Coving to ceiling, quarry tiled herring bone flooring, glazed timber panelled door with stained and leaded light detailing and matching side panels leading to:

Impressive Entrance Hallway    Extensive featured stained and leaded light window, two radiators, hard wood herring bone wood flooring with arts and crafts open spindled timber staircase to the first floor, coving to ceiling, picture rails and panelled doors to:

Down Stairs Cloakroom    Double glazed window, period white suite with vanity hand wash basin, low level WC and ceramic tiling to dado level.

Sitting Room 14'5" x 15'8" (4.4m x 4.78m). Deep moulded coving to ceiling, picture rail, double glazed window over the front garden with views over the surrounding countryside, marble fire place with timber open mantle and gas fire, wall light point, radiator and TV aerial point.

Lounge 16' (4.88m) x 15'8" (4.78m) (into bay). Deep moulded coving to ceiling, picture rail, double glazed bay window, ceramic tiled fire place with gas fire and a radiator.

Formal Dining Room 14' x 14'5" (4.27m x 4.4m). Ceramic tiled fire place, fitted surrounding cupboards to fire recess, deep moulded coving to ceiling, picture rail, radiator and double glazed window overlooking enclosed front garden.

Study/Office 9'8" x 5'8" (2.95m x 1.73m). Radiator, telephone point, internet point, fitted wall cupboards and electric meter.

Kitchen Breakfast Room 15' x 14'2" (4.57m x 4.32m). Matching range of fitted wall, drawer and base units with under unit lighting, roll top work surfaces over with inset one and a half bowl sink unit with mixer tap, void for electric cooker, an extractor fan, space for fridge freezer, wall mounted gas convector heater, double glazed door to the rear garden with two matching side windows and door to:

Back Kitchen/Utility    Single drainer sink unit with mixer tap with storage cupboards below, gas central heating boiler, roll top work surfaces, electric cooker point, two wall storage cupboards and base storage cupboards and original panelled door to:

Rear Hall    Timber panelled door to the rear garden and doors to:

Pantry    Fitted storage, space for freezer and fitted shelving.

Integral Garage/Workshop 23'1" x 29' (7.04m x 8.84m). Up and over door, power and light, plumbing for washing machine and door to:

WC    High level WC.

Kitchenette/Rear Entrance hallway    Stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap with roll top work surfaces, fitted wall base and drawer units with glazed display cupboards and fitted shelving, quarry tiled flooring, electric cooker point and sealed timber door leading back to kitchen breakfast room, separate stairs to first floor landing:

First Floor Landing    Arts and crafts open spindled feature galleried landing, deep moulded coving to the ceiling, picture rail, radiator and panelled doors to:

Walk-in Airing Cupboard    Fitted shelving and hot water tank and a double glazed window.

Bathroom    Three-piece suite comprising panelled bath with Victorian style mixer and shower attached, pedestal hand wash basin, low level WC, ceramic tiling to half height, double glazed window to rear elevation, period stained and leaded light window to side elevation, radiator and heated towel rail.

Bedroom One 16' (4.88m) x 16'1" (4.9m) (into bay). Deep moulded coving to ceiling, picture rail, two built-in cupboards, radiator and feature double glazed bay window from which there are far reaching views across the open countryside.

Bedroom Two 13'1" x 12'7" (3.99m x 3.84m). Double glazed picture window from which there are views across the open countryside, picture rails, radiator and telephone point.

Bedroom Three 13'4" x 12'1" (4.06m x 3.68m). Bank of fitted bedroom furniture comprising two double wardrobes with sliding doors, five over head storage cupboards and bedside cabinets and display alcoves, picture rail, radiator, additional fitted wardrobe with chest of drawers below, telephone point and double glazed window overlooking the established front garden as well as far reaching views over the open countryside.

Bedroom four 12'7" x 8'2" (3.84m x 2.5m). Original windows to side elevation from which there are views over the surrounding countryside, radiator, vanity hand wash basin with mixer tap, fitted mirror above, storage cupboards below and ceramic tiled splash back.

Bedroom five 8' x 13'7" (2.44m x 4.14m). Significant storage with mirrored sliding doors, five overhead storage cupboards with bedside cabinets, double glazed window to rear elevation with matching side panels overlooking the rear garden and a doorway through to:

En-Suite Bathroom    White suite comprising cast iron bath with electric shower above, vanity hand wash basin, low level WC, airing cupboard, double glazed frosted window, electric heater, telephone point and a radiator.

Box Room 10'6" x 7'1" (3.2m x 2.16m). Open spindled stair case up to the attic room.

Attic Room 37'9" (11.5m) x 13'7" (4.14m) (perlin to perlin). Exposed timber purlins, wood flooring, this extensive attic room could provide, significant further accommodation subject to relevant planning consents.

Garden    The property is accessed via white wrought iron gates and walled gardens which are well stocked and established. The front garden has a sweeping tarmac driveway with an established dual level lawn, situated in front of the house. The driveway extends round the side and then to the rear of the property. The drive leads to the large and integral garage/workshop. The rear landscaped gardens comprise of several lawns with sunken ornamental pond and patio areas. The boundaries are very well matured offering a high degree of privacy in the rear of the property.

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  • Bangor (3.9 mi)
  • Llanfairfechan (6.1 mi)
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300 High Street, Bangor, Gwynedd, LL57 1UL

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