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8 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Walthew Avenue, Holyhead, LL65

Sold STC £165,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Excellent Investment Opportunity
  • Large Period Semi-Detached House
  • Excellent Views Of The Irish Sea
  • Eight Bedrooms
  • Three Bathrooms
  • Three Large Receptions
  • Secure Linear Garden
  • Central Heating
  • Secure Driveway Parking
  • In Need Of Vast Modernisation / Work

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

The Property
***Great Development Opportunity / Investment or a home to make your own with a view that is picturesque***

****PROPERTY just been reduced but note that our reduction takes into account the work****

With period charm and character in spades, Number 3 Walthew Avenue offers a slice of history as it was once the Port master House! It is a beautiful Edwardian property with all the existing features to be seen, built in two halves, namely the main building, which research suggests this was the original building; and the extended part which is now the kitchen which was added at a later stage.

The architecture would seem to support this theory, with the man core of the building having a more Victorian-like feel whilst The extension part is more 1980's with it Velux windows etc. but again done to a good standard at the time of extended.

The house is believed to be early 1910's Edwardian Period that was built for the Custom Port Officer at the time.

In terms purely of accommodation, the property as a whole offers eight good size bedrooms, all of which with it own features, three bathrooms and three reception rooms. However, there is huge scope to combine a number of the rooms together to create larger, more open-plan reception spaces, more suited to preferences of modern family living. Suffice to say, this lovely house offers all one could want in terms of making something your own, as well as the space in which to do this without compromise. There is here, a real opportunity to preserve the history of the building whilst also making it relevant to contemporary tastes,this is not a move in,it a project.

At the front of the house the pretty front garden is bordered by a strong stone wall, a gate which leads up to the attractive, portico’d front door.

Original plans for 3 x 2 bedroomed flats was changed to be a refurbished Bed and Breakfast Accomodation. Approval for the latter is in place until 2020. Access to both set of Plans on request.


Entrance
APPROACH: via front garden parking area and side pathway leading to an attractive open-fronted porch. Solid wood panelled front door with external wall light and brass door furniture, opening to:-

Ground Floor
Ground Floor

Entrance Porch
Tessellated tiled flooring, tall moulded skirtings, dado rail, deep moulded cornicing and ornate ceiling rose. Part stained glass wooden door with matching side panels and overlight windows, giving access to:-

Reception Hall
A most impressive reception hall, with elegant easy rising staircase ascending to the first floor with mahogany handrail. Tall moulded skirting's, dado rail and ornate moulded cornicing. Useful under stairs storage cupboard with lighting and down stairs toilet.

Radiators and ceiling light point. Wood panelled doors with deep moulded architraves, opening to:-

Family Room
13' x 9'
Having feature fire surround with tiled inset and matching raised hearth with open fire, ceiling light point, ornate coving to ceiling, picture rail, picturesque bay window overlooking the front garden,radiators, carpeted flooring, door to main hallway.

Dining Room
11'5" x 7'7" / 8'5" x 7'5"
A beautiful warm feel dining room which splits into two large rooms and can be used as you want with French doors separating one from the other but both mirror each other, with a door leading to the rear peaceful back garden in a court yard feel.

Central period fireplace with coal effect gas fire, cast iron surround, slate hearth and ornately carved mantelpiece. Recesses to either side of the chimney breast, tall moulded skirting's, picture rail and ornate moulded plasterwork. Radiator and ceiling light point.

Utility Room
Utility Room is empty bar 2 shelves on windows and main electric fuse box and 1 ceiling light

Kitchen / Breakfast
Having an excellent range of matching base units and drawers with tiled working surfaces over, inset double bowl sink unit with hot and cold mixer tap over, recess and plumbing for automatic dishwasher, recess and point for additional free standing electrical appliance, feature chimney breast with arched and tiled recess suitable for housing of 'Rayburn ' style gas cooker, additional range of matching wall cupboards to incorporate glass fronted display cabinets, plate racks and corner display shelving, ceiling light point, picture rail, radiator, quarry tiling to floor, UPVC double glazed windows to the side and front elevations, door to dining room, with ceiling light point and shelving and additional window in the roof to give more light..

Downstairs Bathroom
Low level wc, wall mounted wash hand basin with hot and cold water taps, single window to the rear elevation, ceiling light point.

First Floor Landing
Having featured staircase off to the second floor, two ceiling light points, ornate coving to ceiling, double glazed window to the side elevation, radiator, original doors leading to:

Bedroom One
13' x 9'
Having original feature fireplace with tiled hearth and cast inset with open fire, picturesque bay sash windows overlooking the front elevation, one ceiling light points, ornate coving to ceiling, radiator.

Views of The inner harbour, the breakwater and Irish Sea can be seen from the windows.

Bedroom Two
11' x 5'
Having a black cast fireplace with open fire and slated hearth, single sash windows overlooking the front elevation, one ceiling light points, ornate coving to ceiling, radiator. Hot and cold hand wash basin.

Bedroom Three
11'6" x 7'9"
Having feature cast fireplace/dark green tiled hearth with open fire, sash window to the rear elevation, one ceiling light points, ornate coving to ceiling, radiator. Hot and cold wash hand basin.

Bedroom Four
7'3" x 7'1"
Having original window to the rear elevation, feature cast fireplace, ceiling light point, radiator, wash basin.

Bathroom
Panelled bath with shower screen, fully tiled surround, mixer tap, overhead shower and extendable handheld shower attachment. Contemporary wash hand basin, low level dual flush wc with concealed cistern. Attractive wood panelling to dado height, opaque double glazed window to the rear elevation, wall mounted mirror, shaver point, heated towel rail/radiator, pendant light.

Second Floor Landing
window, ceiling light point, radiator, doors to bedrooms, further door to:

Bedroom Five
12'10" x 9'
Has its original cast iron fireplace and slate hearth with radiator and picturesque window overlooking the front drive and views of Holyhead Inner Harbour, the Breakwater and the Irish sea. Hot and cold wash hand basin.

Bedroom Six
11'6" x 7'9"
With radiator, period style fireplace, coving and sash window at rear, hand basin.

Bedroom Seven
7'3" x 7'1"
With radiator where the single window opens to overlook the garden, Has a double glazed wooden window, a cast iron fireplace (not seen - behind the wardrobe) and plumbed for a hand basin

Study/Bedroom Eight
8' x 5'
With radiator and window overlooking the driveway; this is a multi functional room.

Shower Room
Having an attractive suite of fully tiled shower cubicle with chrome coloured shower fitment, close coupled WC and pedestal wash hand basin with complimentary tiled splashback, ceiling light point, extractor fan, radiator.

Outside
Driveway
The driveway itself provides ample off road parking facilities along with access to make it a secure area to park via a gated entrance with views of Holyhead Inner Harbour, the Breakwater and the Irish sea. There is a external courtesy lighting and the front entrance.

Front Garden
A beautiful minimam garden area of shrubs, tress and lawned area, all of which has stunning picturesque views of Holyhead Inner Harbour, the Breakwater and the Irish sea.

Rear Garden
Having pathway to the side elevation, courtesy lighting, a single brick built outbuilding.

The garden itself has a seating area in front of a shaped stone surround across the full width of the rear elevation extending in the form of pathways towards the rear of the garden which itself is mainly all flagged and low maintenance .

The rear gate opens to a car wide drive to access a garage area if need be.



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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
27 October 2016

Nearest stations

  • Holyhead (0.6 mi)
  • Valley (3.9 mi)
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Nearest stations

  • Holyhead (0.6 mi)
  • Valley (3.9 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Purplebricks.com, Wales

Suite 7, First Floor, Cranmore Drive, Shirley, Solihull, B90 4RZ

0121 396 0881 Local call rate

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