Llanbeblig Road, Caernarfon £179,950

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OOZING CHARM & CHARACTER, A SUPERB NEWLY RENOVATED DETACHED GRADE II LISTED STONE COTTAGE SITUATED WITHIN EASY WALKING DISTANCE OF SCHOOLS AND THE TOWN CENTRE.  The property dates back to circa 1825 and had fallen into disrepair before our clients embarked on a complete and comprehensive renovation programme transforming a virtual shell of a building into what can only be described as a wonderful home. The inherent character of the property has carefully been retained whilst introducing modern day luxuries to create that comfortable and cosy modern day environment - A complete list of all the renovation works can be provided upon request.
Benefiting from Gas central heating, the immaculately presented accommodation briefly comprises - New enlarged modern fitted kitchen/diner with a sizeable picture window taking in views to the Snowdonia Mountains, hallway, lounge with a high apex ceiling and a spacious mezzanine level above providing scope to utilise as a master bedroom area and snug. In addition, there are two ground floor bedrooms and a modern family bathroom. Outside, the principle garden is of a good sized, (a V-shaped walled garden laid to lawn), additionally, there is a walled courtyard area and a patio area to the south side of the property adjacent to the kitchen/diner (Ideal for that Al-Fresco dining on those warm and balmy summer days/evenings). PLEASE NOTE - There is no onward chain and the property is presently set up for holiday letting - The contents are available via separate negotiation.   


Side entrance into the -

Kitchen/diner

22' 4'' x 9' 8'' (6.80m x 2.94m)

Kitchen Area - Outer side door, window (side aspect), modern fitted kitchen comprising, range of granite effect work surfaces, cream base cupboards and drawers, peninsula breakfast bar, single and double wall units, single drainer stainless steel sink unit with a mixer tap, 4 ring gas hob set in recess with down lighting and extractor fan over. Built-in electric oven, 'Worcester' combi gas fired boiler (serves the central heating and hot water). Quarry tiled flooring. Dining Room Area - Large picture window providing ample light to the room and taking in distant views to the Snowdonia Mountain range. Outer door to the patio, radiator, ceiling down lighting, cloaks rail.

Inner Hallway

Ceiling down lighting, radiator, digital hot water/central heating timer, cupboard containing the electric meter and consumer unit

Lounge

15' 2'' x 14' 2'' (4.62m x 4.31m)

A very impressive double aspect room with a 15'0 high apex ceiling, sash windows, (front and rear aspect) plus two further over head windows being circular (front and rear aspect). Exposed beams and purlins, electric log effect fire, 2 radiators, 6 wall lights. Staircase leading to the mezzanine area.

Mezzanine Room

23' 2'' x 14' 7'' (7.06m x 4.44m)

Pine staircase from the lounge. An interesting room being triple aspect with attractive circular windows (front, side and rear aspect), further roof light window. Two radiators, exposed beams, ceiling down lighting. This room offers great potential for various uses - presently a 'crog loft' style bedroom.

Bedroom 1

11' 2'' x 10' 5'' (3.40m x 3.17m)

Sash window (front aspect), radiator.

Bedroom 2

10' 8'' x 6' 9'' (3.25m x 2.06m) Not measured into doorway

Sash window (front aspect), radiator.

Bathroom

Frosted glass window (rear aspect), modern white suite comprising, panelled bath with a mixer tap and shower attachment, tiled splash back, pedestal wash hand basin, low flush WC, 'ladder' style heated towel rail/radiator, extractor fan, ceiling down lighting. Timber panelled wall (dado height) to part.

Outside

Rear small walled courtyard area which is paved with an integral letter box, courtesy light and a water tap. Side patio area (access from dining room area) being paved with raised flower borders and a small single gate. (wonderful view south to the mountains in the distance). Principle garden to the front being walled and mainly laid to lawn, triangular in shape and extending to a maximum of 15 m, flower borders and paved area adjacent to the cottage.

Location

Llanbeblig road offers much in the way of convenience being within easy walking distance of the town centre shopping/social amenities and also enjoying easy access to the nearby schools and leisure facilities. Caernarfon is a historic town with a magnificent castle, harbour and marina plus there are some stunning nearby walks along the shoreline of the Menai Straits. Caernarfon is also renowned as a particularly convenient spot from where the magnificent Snowdonia National Park can be explored as well as the nearby famous coastline with its numerous sandy beaches and coves.

Tenure

FREEHOLD

Services

Mains Gas, Water, Drainage and Electricity.

Council Tax

Gwynedd Council - Band D 2019/20 £1710.33


Llanbeblig Road
Caernarfon LL55 2LN
County: Gwynedd
Sale Type: For Sale
Ref #: W1404
Dean Warriner (FNAEA) Licensed
warriners.co.uk
P: 01248 811579

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Llanbeblig Road
Caernarfon LL55 2LN
County: Gwynedd
Sale Type: For Sale
Ref #: W1404
Dean Warriner (FNAEA) Licensed
warriners.co.uk
P: 01248 811579

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