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Talybont, Bangor, Gwynedd

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An intriguing listing that oozes quality and is highly recommended for an internal viewing. Originally Brynderwas was two quarrymens cottages that were incorporated in to one. Subsequently the property was developed using plans designed by the architect Sir Colwyn Foulkes and was substantially extended to create a property that mixes older character features with a property with a more modern layout, beautifully suited to contemporary family living. The property affords a fantastic annexe/self contained apartment and has accommodation comprising of an entrance hallway, ground floor WC, triple aspect lounge, with large wrap around sun terrace, fitted kitchen breakfast room, family bathroom and three double bedrooms. The lower ground floor (the original dwellings) affords a lounge with inglenook fireplace a double fourth bedroom, a kitchen, a shower room, a separate WC and a large integral workshop/garage. The property surprisingly has mains gas central heating, beautifully established gardens with far reaching views over open countryside, with views to Penrhyn Castle, there are even sea views of The Menai Strait. The property also benefits from having two entrances, or an 'in/out' drive. A truly superb property!

Substantial and versatile accommodation
Rural and private setting
Mains gas
Established Gardens
Impressive Views

Entrance Hall 26'6" x 12'4" (8.08m x 3.76m). Modern double glazed front door with matching side windows, with Georgian bar detailing. Stairs down to lower ground floor, Georgian bar window overlooking the front elevation and landscaped gardens. Far reaching views to the rear elevation, in the direction of Anglesey and Penrhyn Castle.

WC 1   x . Low suite WC, hand wash basin with ceramic splash back tiles, sash windows with open views towards Anglesey, laminate floor, door off to;

Boiler Cupboard   x . Modern imported, mains gas central heating boiler, fitted shelving

Dining Room 11'8" x 15'3" (3.56m x 4.65m). Georgain bar windows to front and rear elevation with front elevation, views over the gardens and rear elevation views of Penrhyn Castle, with glimpses of The Menai Strait and Anglesey. Coved ceiling.

Living Room 1 17'9" x 15'3" (5.4m x 4.65m). Patio glazed doors with Georgian bar detailing leading out onto the sun terrace. Triple aspect windows facing the front and side overlooking open fields to Penrhyn Castle, The Menai Strait and on to Anglesey. Feature living flame gas fire with slate fire surround, TV point

Sun Terrace 56'3" x 18'3" (17.15m x 5.56m). Panoramic and far reaching views of the surrounding countryside and steps down to the side garden

Kitchen 12'6" x 9'3" (3.8m x 2.82m). A wide range of wall, base and drawer units in a white finish with co-ordinating cornices, granite effect roll top work surfaces with breakfast bar, inset one and a half bowl sink with mixer tap, inset gas hob with integrated gas double oven and extractor above. Plumbed for dishwasher and integral fridge.

Bathroom 5'11" x 12' (1.8m x 3.66m). High quality bathroom suite with concealed cistern WC, panelled bath with mixer tap, vanity unit, extractor fan, heated towel rail, tiled flooring, built-in storage cupboard, recessed lighting..

Bedroom 1 11'11" x 15'9" (3.63m x 4.8m). Double aspect Georgian bar windows with secondary double glazing, to rear and side elevations with views over open fields. Fitted wardrobes, this room also has the plumbing provisions for an en-suite.

Bedroom 2 15'1" x 12' (4.6m x 3.66m). Georgian bar window with secondary double glazing and far reaching views. Two built in double wardrobes

Bedroom 3 14'5" x 11'9" (4.4m x 3.58m). Double aspect Georgian bar windows with views over the garden. Fitted shelving and a bank of wardrobes.

Lower Ground Floor Hall 21'11" x 6'11" (6.68m x 2.1m). Doors off to;

Bedroom 4 14'5" x 10'5" (4.4m x 3.18m). Feature exposed stone walls, double aspect sash windows. Electric heater.

Living Room 2 14'3" x 10'5" (4.34m x 3.18m). Feature inglenook fireplace with timber over mantle, with slate lintel, Georgian bar windows, electric storage heater.

Kitchenette/Utility 15' x 6'11" (4.57m x 2.1m). Fitted kitchenette, with fitted base and drawer units under roll top work surfaces, ceramic splash back tiles, inset single drainer sink unit, plumbed for washing machine, space for a freezer and access to the integral garage.

Shower Room   x . Shower cubicle with electric shower, wall mounted hand wash basin with ceramic splash back tiling and extractor fan.

WC 2   x . Low suite WC , ceramic splash back tiles and extractor fan .

Lower Ground Floor Rear Hall   x . Airing cupboard, substantial under floor store room, tiled floor, space for freezer, fitted storage cupboard, door off to garage

Internal Garage 22'6" x 18'3" (6.86m x 5.56m). Double garage/workshop with two garage doors, power and light and door leading off to the side driveway.

Outside   x . There is off road parking accessed off the country lane, with two separate gateways and a gravelled driveway linking the both. The gardens are well stocked and colourful throughout the year with large established lawns.

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03 September 2015


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