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2 bedroom terraced house for sale

Hen Aelwyd, Bethesda, North Wales

Sold by Us £120,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Mid Terrace House
  • Affordable First Time Buy & Family Home
  • 2 Bedrooms & Attic Hobby Room
  • Family Bathroom
  • Comfortable Lounge With Log Burner
  • Kitchen/Diner With Integral Oven & Gas Hob
  • Gas Central Heating & uPVC Double Glazing
  • Conservatory With Utilities Space
  • Neat Rear Seating/Drying Area
  • Viewing Highly Recommend

Full description

Tenure: Freehold


This very comfortable Mid Terrace House, central to the village of Bethesda and within walking distance of shops and other amenities is well-presented with an attractive, extended layout that comprises; Entrance Hall, Lounge which features a fireplace of character with built in log burner and oak laminated floor. Kitchen/Diner with gas hob and integral oven and stable door to Conservatory with space for utilities. To the first floor there are 2 Bedrooms, 1 with built-in storage, a Bathroom and further stairs which lead to a cosy Attic Room, great for teenagers as a hobby room or study. With Gas Central Heating and uPVC Double Glazing, parking to the rear and a neat rear seating/drying area, this property is an affordable investment as a first time buy or family home.  

LOCATION The property is situated within the quarry town of Bethesda which borders the Snowdonia National Park, being surrounded by magnificent countryside with some of the higher peaks located nearby. The village is approximately 2 miles and 5 miles respectively from the A55 Expressway and the university city of Bangor. Bethesda, which is situated on the historic A5 route has a good range of amenities including 3 major village stores as well as a number of independent traders, cafes, pubs, schools, leisure centre, the longest zip wire ride in Europe, a scenic cycle route, bowling green and cricket club. Your main shopping destination will be the city of Bangor which is well known for its university and has a vast choice of retailers as well as national rail links.  


LOUNGE 13' 6" x 16' 7" (4.14m x 5.07m)  

KITCHEN/DINER 8' 11" x 13' 4" (2.73m x 4.07m)  

CONSERVATORY/UTILITY ROOM 9' 7" x 11' 8" (2.94m x 3.58m)  

BEDROOM 1 10' 4" x 10' 0" (3.17m x 3.07m)  

BEDROOM 2 8' 9" x 13' 2" (2.67m x 4.02m)  

BATHROOM 4' 8" x 7' 5" (1.43m x 2.27m)  

ATTIC ROOM 9' 7" x 13' 0" (2.94m x 3.97m)  

OUTSIDE To the front there is a flagged area and to the rear a small, neat seating/drying area with access path and steps to an allocated off road parking area.  

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
18 October 2016


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