Chapel Street Rhiwlas, Bangor £139,950

Under Offer
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A RECENTLY REFURBISHED & MODERNISED TRADITIONAL 2 BEDROOM SEMI WITH WONDERFUL VIEWS AND PRIVATE PARKING. This delightful home exudes character and has been sympathetically upgraded retaining some charming original features. The property dates back to the late 19th Century and was substantially extended approximately 60 years ago. Benefiting from Upvc double glazing, wood burner fired central heating and a 2 KW Solar PV system, the beautifully presented accommodation briefly comprises - Entrance hall with a spiral staircase off, living room with an Inglenook stone fireplace, a wood burner and most attractive oak flooring. There is a downstairs WC and an impressive light and spacious kitchen/diner with outer French doors to a decked area and a brand new modern fitted kitchen with a built-in oven and a ceramic hob, the views form this room over to Anglesey are quite stunning ! To the first floor, there are two bedrooms and a spacious bathroom with a brand new white traditional suite to include a claw foot slipper freestanding bath and a superb walk-in shower.   The outside space mostly comprises the decked area and there is a very useful private parking area. NO UPWARD CHAIN


Entrance Hall

Attractive entrance hall with a spiral staircase off to the first floor, stained glass part glazed front door, tiled flooring, part exposed stone feature to one wall, shelved shoe rack, further shelved unit, boxed in meter cupboard, radiator.

Downstairs WC

Low flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin with a tiled splash back, tiled flooring, extractor fan, hose lock for connecting a garden hose. Access hatch to loft void.

Sitting Room

14' 8'' x 12' 5'' (4.47m x 3.78m)

A delightful room, full of character with an impressive stone Inglenook fireplace containing a wood burner stove on a slate hearth (serves the radiators). Solid oak flooring, Upvc double glazed window (side aspect), oak window sill, radiator, 3 wall light points.

Kitchen/Diner

15' 5'' x 9' 10'' (4.70m x 2.99m)

A light and spacious double aspect living space with two Upvc double glazed windows (front aspect - taking in wonderful views towards the Isle of Anglesey in the far distance), further Upvc double glazed window and 'French doors' (side aspect - overlooking and opening on to the timber decked terrace area). New modern fitted kitchen comprising full range of beech effect wall units with under pelmet lighting, range of white base units to include large pan drawers and cupboards with carousel shelving, wood block effect work surfacing with a tiled splash back, ceramic single drainer sink unit with a mixer tap, built-in fan assisted electric oven, inset 4 ring ceramic hob with a stainless steel/glazed cooker hood over, space and plumbing for a dish washer and washing machine, space for an 'American style' fridge/freezer, power points some with integrated USB points, tiled flooring, radiator, beamed ceiling.

Spiral staircase from the entrance hall to the -

First Floor Landing

A light area with a large Upvc double glazed picture window (far reaching views to the Isle of Anglesey in the distance), oak flooring.

Inner Hall

6' 9'' x 5' 0'' (2.06m x 1.52m)

Oak flooring.

Bedroom 1

12' 6'' x 7' 6'' (3.81m x 2.28m)

Upvc double glazed window (side aspect), over bed storage cupboards, 2 over bed reading lights, radiator.

Bedroom 2

7' 1'' x 6' 7'' (2.16m x 2.01m)

Upvc double glazed window (side aspect), triple built-in pine bunk beds, small open fronted fitted wardrobe space with shelving to the side, radiator.

Bathroom

10' 1'' x 8' 4'' (3.07m x 2.54m)

Double aspect with Upvc double glazed windows (front and rear aspect). Spacious bathroom with a brand new traditional white bathroom suite comprising freestanding 'claw foot' slipper bath with traditional mixer tap, walk-in shower with an arched glazed shower screen and an electric shower, tiled splash back, pedestal wash hand basin, low flush WC, mirror fronted medicine cabinet, airing cupboard with hot water cylinder enclosure above, slate effect tiled flooring, quality wall tiling, radiator/heated towel rail, further heated towel rail, ceiling down lighting.

Outside

Front garden

Narrow strip of garden area with a garden path and flower borders, Timber garden shed.

Decked side terrace

13' 1'' x 13' 1'' (4m x 4m)

A wooden decked terrace with feature stone wall to one side - An area accessible via 'French doors' from the kitchen/diner so ideal for 'Al-fresco' dining on those warm and balmy summer days/evenings.

Parking

Located to the left hand side of the property adjacent to the access lane. Provides private parking for a vehicle. Note - This was purchased later by our clients so is on a separate deed.

Tenure

FREEHOLD.

Services

We have been advised Mains Water, Electricity and Drainage. Solar panels - 8 panels installed in 2014 by EEC Home Improvements (8 x 250W = 2kW total - Inverter with 20 year warranty).

Location

Rhiwlas is a small village located some 4 miles from the University City of Bangor with its mainline railway station (Euston 3.75 hrs) and comprehensive shopping/social amenities. The village boasts a primary school and is within easy reach of the beautiful Snowdonia National Park and famous sandy beaches along the Gwynedd/Anglesey coastlines. The A55 North Wales Expressway is only within approximately 1.5 miles providing swift road access to the Port of Holyhead, the North Wales Coastal Towns and Motorway network at Chester.

Council Tax

Gwynedd Council - Band B.


Chapel Street Rhiwlas
Bangor LL57 4EP
County: Gwynedd
Sale Type: Under Offer
Ref #: W1436
Dean Warriner (FNAEA) Licensed
warriners.co.uk
P: 01248 811579

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