Bangor, Gwynedd, LL57
- SECOND FLOOR APARTMENT
- VIEWS OVER THE MENAI STRAITS
- VERY CONVENIENT LOCATION JUST OFF THE HIGH STREET
Tenure: Leasehold, 1993 years remaining
COMMUNAL ENTRANCE HALL
GAS FIRED CENTRAL HEATING
DOUBLE GLAZED WINDOWS
CALLER INTERCOM/REMOTE DOOR ENTRY SYSTEM
Situated on the second floor, the property enjoys a good degree of privacy and the accommodation would ideally suit a first time buyer.
Plas Meuryn is of brick construction under a pitched slate roof.
DIRECTIONS: From our office, continue down the High Street for approximately 175 yards and the entrance to Plas Meuryn will then be found on your right hand side. As you turn off the High Street, bear right, continue past the front of the building and the communal parking area will then be found around the left hand bend. The flat is accessed via the left hand entrance and is situated on the second floor.
THE ACCOMMODATION COMPRISES:
The building is entered via a communal front entrance which has a slate roofed canopy with a slate step, a bulk head light fitting, a caller intercom/remote door entry system and a part glazed door opening into the
COMMUNAL ENTRANCE HALL 15' 10" (4.82m) x 6' 10" (2.08m) having a quarry tile floor, a 'break glass' point, a fire alarm control panel, emergency lighting, a smoke detector alarm and an artexed ceiling. Two staircases then lead up to the second floor landing which has one double power point, a part painted spindle handrail, a double glazed window through which there are views towards the Straits & Anglesey, an artexed ceiling with emergency lighting and a smoke detector alarm and a panelled entrance door opening into the FLAT which has accommodation comprising :
RECEPTION HALL having one single power point, a telephone point, a single radiator, a caller intercom/remote door entry system, a deep storage cupboard with a panelled door, a fire alarm bell, a smoke detector siren, a smoke detector alarm and the following rooms off:
LOUNGE 16' 3" (4.97m) x 11' 3" (3.42m) having two double power points, two TV aerial points, a single radiator, a panelled door and a double glazed window through which there are views of the Menai Straits and towards Anglesey.
KITCHEN DINER 15' 5" (4.71m) max x 11' 0" (3.34m) max with a range of matching base and wall cupboard units having a 'maple' finish to the doors and drawer fronts, a recess with plumbing and waste pipe for a washing machine and marble pattern rolled edge heat resistant worktops incorporating an inset single drainer stainless steel sink and an inset fan assisted 4-ring electric hob with a matching built-in electric oven beneath and a fully integrated filter unit over. Two double power points, three single power points (one concealed), an electric point for a cooker incorporating a further single power point, a single radiator, tiled splashbacks to the worktops, a double glazed window, a Worcester 24CDi wall mounted mains gas fired 'combi' boiler with an integral digital programmer, a panelled door, an automatic extractor fan and a double glazed window.
FRONT BEDROOM ONE 13' 4" (4.07m) x 11' 0" (3.34m) having two double power points, a TV aerial point, a single radiator, a panelled door and a double glazed window through which there are again views across the Menai Straits towards Anglesey.
REAR BEDROOM TWO 13' 0" (3.97m) max x 8' 6" (2.59m) max having a built-in storage cupboard with a panelled door housing an electricity meter and a consumer unit, one double power point, one single power point, a single radiator, a double glazed window and a panelled door.
BATHROOM 6' 1" (1.86m) x 5' 11" (1.81m) (excluding the door recess) having a white suite comprising a panelled bath with chrome handgrips, a shower attachment, a shower rail and curtain, a pedestal wash hand basin and a WC low suite. Vinolay tile effect flooring, a single radiator, part tiled walls, a wall mounted mirror with a vanity light over incorporating a shaver socket, a toilet roll holder, a towel rail, a panelled door and a timed automatic extractor fan.
Plas Meuryn has a tarmacadamed communal parking area to the front, side and rear.
We have not carried out a test on the central heating system, the electrical wiring circuits or any other services connected to the property and we are therefore unable to comment on the condition or adequacy of same.
TENURE: Leasehold - 999 years from 2005.
SERVICE CHARGE: The service charge for the period 1st January 2017 to the 31st December 2017 is £1,528.18 and this includes maintenance and repairs to the exterior and common parts, lighting and cleaning of the common parts, building insurance and maintenance of the parking areas and hedges.
Energy Performance CertificatesEPC 1
Bangor, Gwynedd, LL57
NEAREST STATIONSDistances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
- Bangor Station0.9 miles
- Llanfairpwll Station3.8 miles
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