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3 bedroom detached house for sale

Lon Y Wern, Tregarth

Sold STC £275,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Partially Converted Church Hall
  • Superbly Spacious with Oil Central Heating
  • Expansive Living Space, Areas for Lounge, Dining, Kitchen & Study
  • 2 Generous Bedrooms & Mezzanine Bathroom
  • Original Timber, Arched Gothic Windows, & Plaster Walls
  • Full of Exciting Potential & Great Investment
  • Parking & Countryside Views & Substantial Garden Area
  • A Rare Opportunity Indeed!

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

 

Sometimes a property comes on the market that has that something special. Originally St Mary's Church Hall built in 1892 in the village of Tregarth, this building now offers a home to those looking for something rather different. From the front porch the wide front door opens to a simply magical space. Partially converted with loads of scope for someone who is seeking a project, the quintessential soul of the place is very much still intact. The building, arranged in the cruciform shape offers an impressive space with high apex ceilings, beams and a superb gothic arched window which allows light to flood the whole area. The property is heated throughout by oil central heating and there are 2 large decorative brick fireplaces, 1 of which houses a multifuel stove. The Living area has space for Lounge, Dining, Kitchen and Study Area with double doors which open onto a front patio area. There is also a fully plumbed Utility Room. Temporary stairs lead to the first floor gallery landing. The first floor currently accommodates potential for a large Master Suite and the Family Bathroom area. A spacious second bedroom with apex ceiling and rear aspect through large original windows also has 1st phase plumbing for an en suite bathroom. The large third bedroom also with original features has a front aspect. A versatile property which retains many of its original features such as the plaster work and windows and once known as a venue for many of the village activities now lies waiting for its potential as a magnificent home to be realised. 

LOCATION The village of Tregarth, built by Lord Penrhyn to house his workers lies in glorious countryside jut off the A5 London to Holyhead road which runs through the adjoining village of Bethesda on the edge of the spectacular Snowdonia National Park. Tregarth has a village pub, community centre, children's play park and primary school whilst a wider range of services and amenities can be found in the village of Bethesda, roughly 2 miles distant with the City of Bangor just a few miles away. This is the perfect location for those wanting a taste of rural life whilst being within reach of a host of amenities and attractions. 

PORCH 18' 6" x 8' 0" (5.66m x 2.46m)  

LOUNGE/DINER 20' 2" x 26' 6" (6.16m x 8.10m) x 42' 11" x 20' 4" (13.10m x 6.20m) 

MASTER SUITE/FAMILY BATHROOM 19' 8" x 25' 8" (6.00m x 7.83m)  

BEDROOM 2 - REAR ASPECT 13' 4" x 15' 11" (4.07m x 4.86m)  

BEDROOM 3 - FRONT ASPECT 19' 11" x 10' 7" (6.09m x 3.24m)  

OUTSIDE To the front and rear there is a small grassed area and off road parking to the side. There is a further raised grassed area where the septic tank is situated and which is bordered by a dry stone wall and beyond the wall there is a further mature grassed area making an ideal garden area.

 

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Added on Rightmove:
24 October 2016

Nearest stations

  • Bangor (2.5 mi)
  • Llanfairpwll (4.9 mi)
  • Llanfairfechan (6.6 mi)
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156 High Street, Bangor, LL57 1NU

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Nearest stations

  • Bangor (2.5 mi)
  • Llanfairpwll (4.9 mi)
  • Llanfairfechan (6.6 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Dafydd Hardy, Bangor

156 High Street, Bangor, LL57 1NU

01248 548007 Local call rate

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Standard geographic charges from landlines and mobiles apply and calls may be included in your telecom provider's call package.

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