Barmouth on the west coast of North Wales and lying between a mountain range and the sea on the mouth of the river Mawddach is arguably one of the most beautiful locations in Wales. It rests just within the south west corner of Snowdonia National Park and is steeped in a history rich with connections to the shipping and slate industries. The old town offers a good selection of restaurants, shops, public houses, hotels and other accommodation. The harbour is beautiful with its spectacular bridge spanning the river and the large beach is renowned as one of the finest in Cardigan Bay. This former HSBC bank building is located towards the lower end of the High Street and is a stones throw from Barmouth's wonderful sandy beach.
Ground Floor 86.77 sq.m 934 sq. ft
Basement 36.33 sq.m 391 sq. ft
First Floor 83.61 sq.m 900 sq. ft
Potential area (2nd Floor)
67.07 sq.m 722.5 sq. ft
Former Banking Hall
29' 6'' x 29' 1'' (8.98m x 8.86m)
Double entrance doors opening into the entrance porch, further double doors opening into the former main banking hall. Ornate corniced ceiling (ceiling height an impressive 15'10" providing ample room for a mezzanine floor if so required). Two large arched windows (front aspect), 3 leaded windows (rear aspect). Mixture of gas convector wall mounted heaters and traditional radiators. Partitioned former manager's office. Stairs down to the basement. Door from the Banking hall to -
Rear Staff Room/Storage Room
Window (rear aspect), single drainer sink unit with cupboards under, electric heater, radiator, staircase off to the upper floor. Reinforced outer rear door to the rear yard.
Stairs from the Main Banking Hall down to the -
Former banking vault
20' 0'' x 11' 6'' (6.09m x 3.50m)
Reinforced walls and main steel door.
Surrounding the former bank vault with cupboards, a store and boiler room containing the 'Ideal' gas fired floor mounted boiler. The main electrics RCD etc are located in the basement.
Stairs from the rear ground floor staff room/store to the first floor
Former offices/store rooms/male/female toilet facilities.
17' 3'' x 9' 4'' (5.25m x 2.84m)
Sash window (front aspect), radiator.
15' 0'' x 7' 8'' (4.57m x 2.34m)
Sash window (front aspect - glimpses of the beach and sea), radiator.
15' 0'' x 10' 8'' (4.57m x 3.25m)
Former staff room with a single drainer sink unit, cupboard under, sash window (front aspect), radiator.
Small former Wash room
6' 7'' x 3' 10'' (2.01m x 1.17m)
No natural light. Wall mounted boiler, belfast sink.
Male WC Facilities
13' 6'' x 7' 2'' (4.11m x 2.18m) Total
Two rooms - Wash room area - window (rear aspect), wash hand basin, shelf, electric hand dryer, cloaks cupboard. WC area - Window (rear aspect), low flush WC.
Female WC Facilities
10' 8'' x 9' 0'' (3.25m x 2.74m) Total
Two Rooms. Wash room area, sash window (rear aspect), cloaks cupboard, wash basin, electric hand dryer, radiator. WC Area - Low flush WC.
28' 9'' x 25' 0'' (8.76m x 7.61m) Approximate floor measurement - restricted head room to part.
No permanent staircase in situ from the 1st floor hall - This loft area offers great potential to re-instate as living space (We have been informed that this 2nd floor was previously utilised as living area before the premises was converted into a bank in the early 20th Century). Our client intends to include this area as part of the planning application to re-instate as part of a spacious duplex apartment (potential 3 bedrooms, 1 en-suite with a separate bathroom).
31' 0'' x 20' 0'' (9.44m x 6.09m)
Yard area with the potential parking space, rear gate opening to Cambrian Street.
We have been verbally informed by the Local Rating Authority that the current Rateable Value of the property is £8900. The UBR for 2017/2018 is 46.6p. Interested parties are advised to make their own enquiries with the Local Authority for verification purposes.
We have been advised - Mains Gas, Electricity, Water and Drainage.