Upvc double glazed front door into the -
19' 5'' x 11' 10'' (5.91m x 3.60m)
A delightful spacious and sociable double aspect room with Upvc double glazed windows (front and rear), Upvc double glazed rear outer door, beamed ceiling, ‘Inglenook’ fireplace with an inset slate mantel (fireplace not in use), Indian slate flooring with electric under floor heating, modern fitted kitchen comprising excellent range of cream coloured base cupboards and drawers, quality oak block counters, porcelain sink unit with a mono tap, peninsula counter/breakfast bar with two hanging lights over, space for a cooking range, tiled splash back, gas and electric cooker points, 'Rangemaster' cooker hood, space for a fridge and freezer, space and plumbing for a washing machine and dishwasher, wall unit, further shelf units, plate rack, gas meter cupboard, further cupboard containing the electric meter, electric consumer unit, space for a dining table. Ceiling spot lights.
19' 2'' x 11' 10'' (5.84m x 3.60m)
Again a delightful spacious double aspect room with a beamed ceiling and an impressive ‘Inglenook’ fireplace containing a 5 KW multi-fuel stove, on a slate hearth, inset slate fireplace plinth over, ceiling spotlights, dado height timber wall panelling, radiator, telephone point.
Oak stairs to the first floor landing
Display/storage recess with low voltage down lighting, double airing cupboard with slatted linen shelving, also contains the Worcester combo gas fired boiler. Access hatch to the insulated loft space.
12' 5'' x 11' 10'' (3.78m x 3.60m)
Upvc double glazed window (front aspect, view to Snowdonia mountains), radiator, two over bed reading lights, part timber panelled wall. Access hatch to the insulated loft space.
12' 7'' x 9' 0'' (3.83m x 2.74m)
Upvc double glazed window (front aspect, view to the Snowdonia mountains), built in cupboard, radiator.
8' 6'' x 6' 9'' (2.59m x 2.06m)
Upvc double glazed window (rear aspect, overlooking the wonderful rear garden), radiator. This is a bedroom but is presently being used as a dressing room.
Upvc double glazed frosted glass window (rear aspect), luxury modern suite comprising panelled bath with easy wipe splash back and a quality plumbed-in shower with two glazed shower screens, low flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin, tiled flooring, tiled walling, stainless steel ‘ladder style’ radiator/towel rail, large medicine cabinet with integral lighting, shaver point, wall shelving, ceiling down lighters.
To the front & Parking
Parking area - Located adjacent to the front of the house and laid to ornamental slate. Courtesy light, side gate.
Gardening heaven - A quite wonderful tiered garden with rockery embankments, a herb garden and a very well stocked principle garden with an abundance of established shrubs, trees and shrubs to include, Camelia, Magnolia, Fern, Heather, Jasmine, Bay trees, Fuschia, Forsythia, Mahonia, Wisteria, Hostas and Peonies to name but a few ensuring a feast of colour in the Spring, Summer and Autumn. There is a lower decked area with a nearby water tap plus courtesy lighting and steps wending their way through the upper garden where there is a flatter lawned area, an 8' x 6' timber storage shed and a most Impressive Summerhouse (12’2”x 8’10”) with its own ballustraded decked area providing an ideal spot for that Al-fresco dining on those warm and balmy summer days/evenings, the summerhouse is fully insulated with power/light, under floor electric heating and double doors that open onto the decked patio, the views from this spot are simply spectacular with an outlook to the west towards Britannia Bridge and south to the Menai Strait and Snowdonia Mountains beyond - a very special relaxing sanctuary.
Mains Gas, Electricity, Water and Drainage.
Isle of Anglesey Council - Band D
Menai Bridge is a small town/community overlooking the Menai Strait and is famous for it's two iconic bridges (The Menai suspension bridge built by Thomas Telford and the Britannia bridge built by Robert Stephenson). This thriving small town offers excellent shopping/social amenities with a good selection of shops, a post office, hardware shop, Waitrose supermarket and a generous range of restaurants/eateries/public houses plus a hotel. This property is located within a short walk of the town centre and being close to the Menai Strait, there are some beautiful scenic walks along the shoreline to Porth Daniel, the Pier and Church Island. A wonderful and popular place to live with the emphasis on beautiful scenery which is only enhanced by the convenience of being approx 3 miles from the University City of Bangor with it's mainline railway station (Euston 3.75 hrs) and approx 1 mile from the A55 North Wales Expressway providing easy access to the Port of Holyhead, the North Wales Coastal towns and motorway network at Chester.