Semi-detached house for saleChapel Street, Beaumaris, Anglesey
- A Chapel Conversion.
- 3 Bedrooms.
- 3 Bathrooms.
- Beautiful Fitted Kitchen.
- Original Features.
- Viewing Highly recommended.
A truly superb example of a quality Chapel Conversion, undertaken and finished to a high standard with emphasis on retaining many of the original Chapel features, but providing modern and practical accommodation. Originally dating to 1784 and built by the Methodists, this is the oldest Chapel site in Beaumaris. The current building was built between 1861 and 1889. The original features include the 5.5m tall windows which are now double glazed, ornate panelled ceiling and cornices and exposed King post roof beams. The pleasingly proportioned rooms and large windows are designed to maximise light and provide both versatile and spacious open plan living, with all three bedrooms having ensuite bath/shower rooms. An internal viewing of this elegant property is highly recommended to appreciate the synergy between the historic original features and the contemporary living accommodation provided.
Reception Hall - With hardwood front door, light stone effect tiled floor, store cupboards with electric meter and outside tap. Full opening to:-
Main Hall - With wide staircase to the first floor having a stained pitch pine handrail and brass effect balustrade and store cupboard under, radiator, original ornate ceiling moulding and arched recess to the stairwell with wall light.
Cloakroom/Utility - With wc, wash hand basin, plumbing for a washing machine, towel radiator, exposed timber floor.
Bedroom 1 - 3.95 x 3.51 (13'0" x 11'6") - With inset ceiling lights, two radiators. The six panel folding doors to Bedroom 2 enable both rooms to become a master suite. Double opening glazed pine Shoji screen doors lead to an:-
Ensuite Bathroom - 4.43 x 1.56 (14'6" x 5'1") - Two tall original windows with wide sills, a modern five piece suite in white comprising a freestanding double ended, 16 jet Jacuzzi bath, corner shower cubicle with thermostatic shower and glazed surround, contemporary wash hand basin, wc and bidet, two towel radiators.
Bedroom 2 - 4.10 x 2.94 (13'5" x 9'8") - Two tall original windows with wide sills, two radiators.
Ensuite Shower Room - 1.93 x 1.64 (6'4" x 5'5") - With a corner shower cubicle with glazed doors and thermostatic shower control. Contemporary wash hand basin in beech vanity unit with large wall mirror over with integral lighting, shelves, cupboard and shaver point, wc towel radiator.
First Floor Split Level Landing - With staircase to the second floor, original ornate ceiling rose with modern light fitting. Double doors lead into a walk in store with a further cupboard that houses the Worcester 30i combi boiler. The boiler is fitted with British Gas MyHome which enables the heating to be controlled via the Internet/Smartphone App, as well as from the in-house remote digistat programmer.
Superb Lounge/Dining Room/Kitchen - 8.36 x 5.24 ext to 7.2 (27'5" x 17'2" ex tto 23'7" - Completely open plan and having four large original floor to ceiling arched windows giving excellent natural light, complimented by high ceilings with original cornices and ceiling roses. Matching contemporary light fittings. Oak effect floor covering. The lounge space has a recessed remote control electric fire with mounting over for a flat screen tv, two radiators.
The kitchen area has a modern range of cream Shaker style base and wall units with a solid oiled and rounded Iroko wooden worktop. The kitchen is fully fitted with an integrated AEG dishwasher, Neff fridge, Neff double oven and Neff ceramic induction hob over with concealed extractor unit. One and a half bowl stainless steel sink unit with monobloc tap.
Second Floor - A very bright and spacious suite with exposed original King post roof beams and purlins, electrically opening windows framing views across the roof tops towards the Menai Strait and Snowdonia mountains.
Study - 5.30 x 2.27 (17'5" x 7'5") - With radiator, full length conservation windows being electrically operated and giving excellent views of the Snowdonia mountains and glimpses of the sea, oak effect flooring, radiator. Access to eaves storage.
Bedroom 3 - 5.30 x 3.12 (17'5" x 10'3") - Again with full length conservation windows to the rear to give fine mountain views, exposed roof beams, radiator, storage recess and access to eaves storage.
Ensuite Shower Room - 2.67 x 0.89 (8'9" x 2'11") - With shower cubicle having a glazed door and thermostatic shower control. Wash hand basin with large wall mirror over with light, shaver point, wc with concealed flush and storage space.
Services - All mains services. Gas Central Heating. Full fire and security systems installed.
Broadband - Fibre Optic.
80Mb download and 20Mb upload
Council Tax Band - Band F
Energy Performance Rating. - Not required in listed buildings.
Tenure - Freehold.
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