2 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Well Street Number Two, LL57

£128,500

Property Description

Key features

  • SURPRISINGLY SPACIOUS HOUSE OF CHARACTER
  • LOUNGE WITH INGLENOOK FIREPLACE
  • CONSERVATORY
  • 2 BEDROOMS (ONE WITH DRESSING ROOM)
  • GAS CH & UPVC DG
  • LANDSCAPED GARDEN
  • VIEWS ACROSS THE OGWEN VALLEY

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

LOUNGE with INGLENOOK FIREPLACE
BREAKFAST KITCHEN
CONSERVATORY
REAR HALL
TWO BEDROOMS
DRESSING ROOM
BATHROOM
GAS CENTRAL HEATING
UPVC DOUBLE GLAZING
LANDSCAPED GARDEN
UTILITY SHED

The property has been tastefully and sympathetically modernised so as to retain much of its original character and particular features include an Inglenook fireplace with an attractive Jotul cast iron wood burning stove to the lounge, a 'Shaker' style fitted kitchen with solid wooden worktops, an excellent conservatory, a dressing room off the main bedroom and a re-fitted bathroom with a 'Travertine' tiled floor. Further features include a Westmoreland slate floor to the entrance area, hardwood flooring to the kitchen and conservatory, slate window sills and a pine open beamed ceiling to the lounge.

The property is of mainly stone construction with part rendered and spar dashed elevations under a pitched slate roof with a fibreglass polyroof to the rear hall and a pitched polycarbonate roof to the conservatory.

DIRECTIONS: Entering Bethesda from the Bangor direction on the A5, continue up the High Street and after passing through the first set of pedestrian traffic lights and rounding a left hand bend, take the next turning left into Penybryn Road. When you reach the mini roundabout, turn right into Pant Glas Road and after just over a mile, turn right into Well Street. The property will then be found within the second street of houses on your left hand side.

THE ACCOMMODATION COMPRISES:

GROUND FLOOR

A uPVC double glazed front door opens into the

LOUNGE 15' 0" (4.57m) x 13' 2" (4.01m) having a Westmorland slate floor to the entrance area, a dressed stone Inglenook fireplace with a slate hearth, a slate lintel, an attractive cast iron wood burning stove and discreet lighting on a dimmer switch; a pointed stone wall, three double power points, a telephone point, a t.v. aerial socket, a double radiator, two points for wall lights on a dimmer switch, a uPVC double glazed window, a corner wall shelf, a pine open beamed ceiling and a dipped pine door opening into the

REAR HALL 6' 0" (1.50m) x 4' 11" (1.82m) having a quarry tile floor, a single radiator, a uPVC double glazed window, a uPVC double glazed external door providing access to the rear garden and a doorway giving access into the conservatory.

Two separate doorways then provide access from the lounge into the

BREAKFAST KITCHEN 15' 0" (4.56m) x 6' 9" (2.07m) having an attractive range of 'Shaker' style matching base and wall cupboard units with solid oak doors and drawer fronts, deep pan drawers, retractable spice racks, a fully integrated fridge, a recess with a gas point for a cooker and a fully integrated extractor unit over, a slate worktop, a solid wooden breakfast bar and matching worktops incorporating an inset 1 bowl single drainer ceramic sink with a swan-neck mixer tap. Hardwood flooring, a dressed stone fireplace with a slate lintel, a single radiator, an exposed stone feature wall, tiled splash backs to the worktops, a slate noticeboard, a slate window sill, three double power points, two slate wall shelves, a dimmer switch and a uPVC double glazed window. A wide doorway then opens into the

CONSERVATORY 10' 3" (3.13m) x 8' 9" (2.67m) having hardwood flooring, four double power points, a double radiator, uPVC double glazed windows with Westmorland slate tiled sills, two points for wall lights, a pitched polycarbonate roof and twin uPVC double glazed patio doors opening to the rear garden.

FIRST FLOOR

A straight flight staircase with a pine spindle balustrade then leads up from the lounge to the first floor landing which has one single power point, a single radiator, a pine spindle hand rail to the stairwell, a dressing mirror, a clothes airer and a ceiling hatch with a retractable aluminium ladder giving access to a floored attic with two bulkhead light fittings.

FRONT BEDROOM ONE 13' 0" (3.99m) x 8' 10" (2.70m) having three double power points, one single power point, a telephone point, a t.v. aerial socket, a recessed slate shelf, a uPVC double glazed window through which there are views across the Ogwen Valley and towards the mountains, a painted panelled door and a doorway opening to an adjoining

DRESSING ROOM 6' 10" (2.08m) x 5' 0" (1.52m) having one double power point, a single radiator and a uPVC double glazed window through which there are again good views.

REAR BEDROOM TWO 10' 0" (3.04m) x 6' 11" (2.11m) having two double power points, a t.v. aerial socket, a single radiator, a uPVC double glazed window and a painted panelled door.

BATHROOM 7' 9" (2.36m) x 6' 2" (1.86m) having a white suite comprising a painted pine 'T&G' panelled double ended bath with a Gainsbrough Style 400x electric shower and a glazed shower screen, a pedestal wash hand basin with a tiled splash back and a WC low suite with a pine seat. Travertine tiled floor, part painted 'T&G' panelled walls to dado level, tiled walls to the bath area, a slate wall shelf, a uPVC double glazed window with a slate sill, an Xpelair extractor fan incorporating a motion sensor, a painted panelled door, a pine wall mounted medicine cabinet and a fitted airing cupboard with pine slatted shelving housing a Worcester Greenstar HE gas fired condensing 'combi' boiler with an integral digital programmer.

OUTSIDE

To the front of the property, there is a gas meter cupboard, a bulkhead light fitting and a small STORE SHED on the opposite side of the access path. To the left hand side of the property, there is a door providing independent access to the rear with a timber SHED/UTILITY ROOM having plumbing and waste pipe for a washing machine, two double power points, a 'double glazed' window, fitted shelving, a pine 'T&G' clad ceiling with a pendant light fitting and an adjoining OPEN STORE SHELTER with a garden hose point.

To the rear of the property, there is a delightful landscaped cottage style garden having a variety of mature plants, trees and shrubs, a small stone built STORE SHED, dry stone walling, paved steps and a pergola.


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19 October 2016

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  • Bangor (4.8 mi)
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To view this property or request more details, contact:

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01248 548001 Local call rate

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