additional garden available by separate negotiation
A rare opportunity to purchase a four bedroom period residence requiring modernisation in this much sought after location, enjoying far reaching views across the Menai Straits. EPC=G
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Location: This attractive semi-detached property is situated in a much sought after location just off Upper Garth Road and from its elevated position enjoys far reaching views across the Menai Straits and Porth Penryhn to include the Great Orme and the mountain ranges of Snowdonia. Being just a short walk away from the main university campus and the Victorian Pier, the location is also convenient for the city centre and backs onto Roman Camp, the site of an ancient hill top fort and now a peaceful wildlife haven with a mixture of woodland and open green spaces which is managed by the Woodland Trust and enjoys breathtaking views over the Menai Straits and towards the Isle of Anglesey.
Accommodation: Having resided within the same family for over 70 years and now requiring modernisation, this spacious and characterful property provides an exciting opportunity to create a beautiful family home. Dating back to the late 1920s the house still retains many of its original features to include parquet flooring, panelled doors, open fireplaces, picture rails and coving, a cast iron bath complemented by original black and white tiles and a large stained glass window to the half landing of an impressive split level staircase. A winding gravel pathway leads up through an attractively landscaped front garden planted with a wide variety of mature shrubs, bordered with privet hedging and leading to a small and level area of front lawn at the top of the garden from where the views can be enjoyed.
The main entrance door is situated at the side of the house and opens to a porch and hallway, from where doors radiate off to provide access to the living room, dining room, kitchen and breakfast room. The dining room has a large bay window to the front elevation which enjoys the far reaching views and the living room has French doors which open to a sun room, ideally positioned to take advantage of the outlook, whilst the kitchen and breakfast room are both at the rear of the house with the breakfast room also benefitting from a walk in pantry and fitted cupboard. A generous galleried landing has doors off to all the bedrooms, the bathroom, a separate WC and the airing cupboard. Bedrooms one and two both have windows to the front elevation enjoying the views, whilst bedrooms three and four overlook the garden at the rear of the property. A loft hatch in bedroom four provides access to a large roof space which would lend itself to conversion if required and could easily accommodate a generous bedroom with en-suite facilities.
Outside: To the rear of the house is a small yard with some useful brick built outbuildings, a coal store, access to the front of the property and steps up to a lawn with well stocked borders and privet hedging to either side. Beyond the wall to the rear is a further area of garden which is currently owned by the neighbour and which is potentially available to purchase separately if more outside space is required. Situated just a short walk away, the property also benefits from a single garage en bloc with additional parking in front.
Agents Note: In accordance with the Estate Agents Act 1979 and the Code of Practice for Residential Estate Agents, it should be noted that the vendor of this property is a connected person with regard to Eden Midcalf.
Services: Mains electricity, water and drainage
Local Authority: Gwynedd Council
Council Tax: Band F
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