Highly individual and spacious with a homely feel is this Mid Terrace House situated in an appealing elevated position within the popular village of Rhiwlas. If you love rural surroundings this is a welcome retreat, yet just 3 miles from the A55 expressway!
Perched in an elevated position within the popular rural village of Rhiwlas is this traditional Mid Terrace House which really doesn't give away much from the roadside - full of pleasant surprises, this undoubtedly spacious property is full of charm and character with an individuality which is most appealing. Having been tastefully modernised, the interior has a warm, homely feel and exhibits some appealing, quirky features which gives it a personality. The open plan nature of the ground floor accentuates the feeling of light and space whilst the deliberate feature of a vaulted section located between the two bedrooms adds a further dimension - it's definitely a clever feature. The living room has a feature fireplace with a recessed multi-fuel stove, there's a feature pointed stone wall, the staircase is bespoke and semi-spiral in nature, the shower room is of a contemporary design with part wood panelling and both bedrooms are spacious with part glazed partition walls. There's even a crogloft/storage area off the front bedroom, which enjoys far reaching views towards the Isle of Anglesey in the distance. Benefiting from uPVC double glazing and oil fired central heating, the accommodation briefly comprises: Living Room, Kitchen, rear Hall, Shower Room, Landing and 2 Bedrooms.
Rhiwlas is a community nestled on the gentle slopes of Moel Y Ci, offering some fine walks which lead into the Snowdonia National Park. The village has the advantage of a primary school, is located on a bus route and positioned roughly 6½ miles from the university city of Bangor and ideally positioned approximately 3 miles from the A55 expressway. The location is surrounded by open countryside and farmland whilst amenities of a public house can be found in neighbouring Pentir and a convenience store/petrol station is located roughly 1½ miles away along the A4244. The area is perfect for quick and easy access to Llanberis, the Snowdonia National Park and the Isle of Anglesey.
5.28m x 3.60m (17'4" x 11'10")
3.90m x 3.15m (12'10" x 10'4")
3.92m x 3.62m (12'10" x 11'11")
3.65m x 3.17m (12' x 10'5")
3.65m x 1.48m (12' x 4'10")
To the front is a raised forecourt whilst to the rear is a yard with steps leading to a rear service lane.
We are informed by the seller this property benefits from Mains Water, Electricity and Drainage.
Oil Central Heating. The agent has tested no services, appliances or central heating system (if any).
We have been informed the tenure is freehold with vacant possession upon completion of sale. Vendor's solicitors should confirm title.
Council Tax Band B.
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From our Bangor office, follow the A5 in the direction of Bethesda/Betws y Coed. On reaching the A55 roundabout (Junction 11), proceed straight over taking the second exit at the next roundabout onto the A4244 signposted Llanberis/Caernarfon. Continue on this road and having passed through Pentir, turn left for Rhiwlas and follow the road into the village. Proceed up the hill for some distance passing the turning for Cae Glas, taking the last turning on your right into the High Street. The property can be found just a short distance along on your left hand side.