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Bryn Adda, Bangor, Gwynedd, LL57

PROPERTY TYPE

Detached

BEDROOMS

5

BATHROOMS

2

SIZE

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TENURE
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Freehold

Key features

  • 3 RECEPTION ROOMS & CONSERVATORY
  • KITCHEN, UTILITY ROOM & FITTED CLOAKROOM
  • 5 BEDROOMS (ONE WITH AN EN-SUITE WET ROOM)
  • BATH/SHOWER ROOM
  • LARGE ATTIC HOBBIES ROOM
  • GAS CENTRAL HEATING, FULL UPVC DOUBLE GLAZING & PV PANELS
  • SINGLE GARAGE AND AMPLE PRIVATE PARKING
  • STORE ROOM, LARGE GARDEN SHED
  • LANDSCAPED GARDENS WITH TRAMPOLINE, SWING AND CLIMBING FRAME
  • DISTANT SEA & MOUNTAIN VIEWS

Description

Built to a high specification in 2010, the property offers spacious, versatile and contemporary style accommodation having a wealth of appointments including an impressive reception hall with engineered oak flooring, a ground floor study, a large lounge with a contemporary style fireplace and French windows opening to the rear patio and garden, a superb open plan kitchen diner having a range of 'high gloss' matching base and wall cupboard units with a comprehensive range of built-in appliances with the dining area having wide bi-folding doors opening to a spacious conservatory which provides excellent overspill accommodation for entertaining.

An impressive light oak staircase with glass balustrading then leads up from the reception hall to a galleried landing again having light oak/glazed balustrading off which there is a very spacious master bedroom with built-in wardrobes and an en-suite wet room together with four further double bedrooms (all having built-in wardrobes) and a family bath/shower room.

A winding staircase then leads up from the first floor landing to a very large attic hobbies room with a built-in store room and two pine Velux double glazed roof windows through which there are distant sea and mountain views.

The property occupies a large level corner plot and stands in landscaped grounds which have extensive lawned areas, spacious patios and decking, a children's play area, a sunken trampoline, a variety of specimen shrubs and plants, a large timber garden shed and a brick paved driveway providing ample private parking.

The property is of concrete block/brick construction with attractive facing brick elevations under a pitched slate roof.

DIRECTIONS: Proceeding out of Bangor along Caernarfon Road, after passing under the railway bridge, continue along for approximately 125 yards and turn right at the mini roundabout into Penchwintan Road. Follow the road for just over 0.9 of a mile and turn left into Bryn Adda. Continue through a series of bends and the property will then be found facing you at the end of the cul de sac.

THE ACCOMMODATION COMPRISES:

GROUND FLOOR

The property has an attractive slate roofed canopy entrance with integral downlighters and a double glazed composite front door opening into an impressive

RECEPTION HALL 19' 2" (5.84m) x 10' 3" (3.16m) (max) having engineered oak flooring, an understairs cloaks cupboard, a single radiator, a coved ceiling with a smoke detector alarm and recessed downlighters and the following rooms off:

STUDY 10' 0" (3.06m) x 9' 4" (2.86m) having a double radiator, a uPVC double glazed bow window, a glazed light oak veneered door and a coved ceiling.

LOUNGE 20' 3" (6.15m) x 11' 0" (3.38m) having a recessed contemporary style living flame mains gas fire with a polished marble surround, two double radiators, a uPVC double glazed bow window, twin light oak veneered doors from the reception hall, a coved ceiling and uPVC double glazed French windows opening to the rear patio and garden.

DINING ROOM 10' 3" (3.14m) x 9' 0" (2.76m) having engineered oak flooring, a single radiator, a dimmer switch and recessed ceiling downlighters. The dining room then opens into the

KITCHEN 18' 0" (5.50m) x 10' 10" (3.30m) (max) with a range of fitted base and wall cupboard units having a 'high gloss' finish to the doors and drawer fronts, plinth lighting, deep pan drawers, a fully integrated dishwasher, a fully integrated fridge, discreet worktop lighting, a built-in eye level fan assisted double electric oven/grill, an integrated microwave, a SMEG coffee machine and solid wooden worktops with an inset single drainer stainless steel sink and a matching 'island' having an inset 5-burner gas hob with an arched glass/stainless steel extractor canopy over. Engineered oak flooring, a contemporary style vertical radiator, tiled splash backs to the worktops, a uPVC double glazed window, a heat detector alarm, recessed ceiling downlighters and a uPVC double glazed external door opening to the side/ rear patio and garden.

A glazed light oak veneered door then opens from the kitchen into an 'L' shaped

UTILITY ROOM 9' 0" (2.76m) x 8' 8" (2.64m) (max) having engineered oak flooring, plumbing and waste pipe for a washing machine, space for a tumble dryer, a single radiator, a solid wooden worktop with a tiled splash back, a double wall cupboard unit, pine shelving, a uPVC double glazed window, a high level consumer unit, recessed ceiling downlighters and a light oak veneered door opening to the

FITTED CLOAKROOM 4' 9" (1.46m) x 3' 6" (1.10m) having a white suite comprising a wall mounted wash hand basin with a tiled splash back and a WC low suite. Engineered oak flooring, a single radiator, recessed display niches, an extractor fan and recessed ceiling downlighters.

Light oak effect uPVC double glazed bi-folding doors then open from the dining room into the

CONSERVATORY 13' 3" (4.06m) x 13' 0" (3.96m) having engineered oak flooring with underfloor heating, uPVC double glazed windows, a pitched uPVC double glazed roof and uPVC double glazed bi-folding doors opening to the rear patio and garden.

FIRST FLOOR

An impressive dog-leg staircase with light oak/glass balustrading and a uPVC double glazed window then leads up from the reception hall to a GALLERIED FIRST FLOOR LANDING again having light oak/glass balustrading, a single radiator, a fitted linen cupboard, a coved ceiling with recessed downlighters, a smoke detector alarm and the following rooms off:

MAIN SUITE comprising an 'L' shaped entrance area 6' 9" (2.06m) (max) x 6' 0" (1.84m) (max) having a built-in wardrobe with a hanging rail, a fitted shelf and twin light oak veneered doors; a built-in cupboard with a light oak veneered door housing a large insulated hot water cylinder, three recessed ceiling downlighters and the following rooms off:

MASTER BEDROOM 18' 6" (5.66m) x 14' 6" (4.44m) having two built-in double wardrobes with hanging rails and shelving, two double radiators and two uPVC double glazed windows.

EN-SUITE WET ROOM 7' 4" (2.24m) x 5' 9" (1.76m) having a self-draining mosaic tiled floor with underfloor heating, fully tiled walls, a 'monsoon' shower with a glass shower screen, a vanity unit with a circular wash bowl and a WC low suite. Fully tiled walls, a single radiator, a uPVC double glazed window, an extractor fan, four recessed ceiling downlighters and a light oak veneered door.

FRONT BEDROOM TWO 14' 0" (4.26m) x 12' 6" (3.80m) (max) having a built-in wardrobe with a hanging rail and fitted shelving, a double radiator, an arched uPVC double glazed window, three recessed ceiling downlighters and a light oak veneered door.

FRONT BEDROOM THREE 11' 0" (3.36m) x 9' 5" (2.88m) having a built-in storage cupboard with fitted shelving, a single radiator, a uPVC double glazed window and a light oak veneered door.

REAR BEDROOM FOUR 11' 0" (3.38m) x 10' 5" (3.16m) having a built-in double wardrobe with a hanging rail and shelf, a single radiator, a uPVC double glazed window and a light oak veneered door.

REAR BEDROOM FIVE 10' 4" (3.17m) x 7' 11" (2.41m) having a built-in wardrobe with a hanging rail and shelf, a single radiator, a uPVC double glazed window and a light oak veneered door.

BATH/SHOWER ROOM 8' 9" (2.66m) x 7' 0" (2.16m) having a contemporary style white suite comprising a double-ended panelled bath, a fully tiled shower cubicle with a 'monsoon' shower and a glazed entrance door, a vanity unit with a circular wash bowl and a WC low suite. Wood effect luxury vinyl flooring, fully tiled walls, a single radiator, a uPVC double glazed window, an extractor fan, four recessed ceiling downlighters and a light oak veneered door.

SECOND FLOOR

A contemporary style curved 'space-saver' staircase then leads up from the first floor landing to a spacious


ATTIC HOBBIES ROOM having approximate dimensions of 24' 6" (7.40m) x 13' 0" (4.00m) (max) witha built-in store room, a double radiator, a smoke detector alarm and two pine Velux double glazed roof windows through which there are distant views towards the mountains and as far east as the Great Orme. This room has partially restricted head height due to the roof slope.

OUTSIDE

The property occupies a large plot with extensive landscaped gardens which are mainly laid to lawn with paved paths, large paved patios, tiered timber decking, side screen walling and mature hedges providing good privacy, a variety of mature specimen plants, shrubs and trees, a children's play area, a sunken trampoline, timber fencing, waterproof external power points, a garden hose point, external lighting, a TIMBER GARDEN SHED 13' 3" (4.02m) x 6' 7" (2.02m) and a wide brick paved driveway with integral border lighting which provides PRIVATE OFF ROAD PARKING FOR 5/6 CARS and leads to the

INTEGRAL SINGLE GARAGE 14' 9" (4.50m) x 9' 3" (2.80m) having a metal up and over door, a uPVC rear personal door, a Glow-worm Ultracom 30Hxi wall mounted mains gas fired central heating boiler, a high level storage area and a fluorescent strip light fitting. The garage then opens into an adjoining

STORE ROOM 9' 6" (2.90m) x 4' 9" (1.45m) having a metal up and over door, an electricity meter, a PV convertor unit and a high level consumer unit.

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Bryn Adda, Bangor, Gwynedd, LL57

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  • Llanfairpwll Station2.4 miles
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