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An immaculate 3 bedroom 2 bathroom semi detached period town house in a peaceful residential area in the historic town of Caernarfon. Spread over 4 floors: Bedroom 3, office/gamaes room and bathroom to ground floor, kitchen/dining area and living room .
An immaculate 3 bedroom 2 bathroom semi detached period town house in a peaceful residential area in the historic town of Caernarfon.
Spread over 4 floors: Bedroom 3, office/gamaes room and bathroom to ground floor, kitchen/dining area and living room to lower subground floor, bedrooms 1 and 2 and shower room to first floor. Attic room for extra living storage or home workspace.
Llys Gellert is a wonderful family home which has been used as a successful holiday let business and can be sold with all contents to continue with this option, including a new bespoke website, and Instagram and Facebook accounts, to support the business. With versatile usage this is a great opportunity to own an immaculate town house in a great central location of Caernarfon.
Gated entrance, pathway to front door, small front garden. Steps down to the lower floor, useful storage area.
Access to bedroom 3, the office/study room, bathroom. Stairs down to lower floor and stairs up to first floor. Fitted carpet, radiator.
Office / Study
A useful room, built in desk arrangement, fitted carpet, radiator.
Double glazed bay window to front, wood laminate flooring, shelving in recess, radiator.
Double glazed window to rear, panel enclosed bath with shower over, glass shower screen, wash hand basin, WC, heated towel rail, laminate tiled walls, vinyl floor.
Lower Ground Floor
The kitchen/dining area has access to the rear garden and the living area has access to the front exit.
Double glazed door and window to rear. A large range of cream gloss wall and base units with worktop over, sink unit, electric built in oven and hob with extractor hood over, wood effect laminate flooring, radiator, archway through to the living area.
Double glazed bay window to front and door to the outer exit. Storage to alcove, wood effect laminate flooring, radiator.
A useful space with bike storage etc.
A lovely enclosed private garden area with side access - a great asset as many similar houses do not have this benefit. There is a seating area, storage shed can house a washing machine, and tumble dryer.
First Floor Landing
Access to bedroom 1 and 2 and the shower room and stairs to the attic room.
Double glazed bay window to front, wood laminate floor, radiator.
Double glazed window to rear, built in wardrobe with extra storage, wood laminate floor, radiator.
Shower cubicle with power shower, wash hand basin, Saniflow WC, heated towel rail, vinyl flooring.
A useful area, skylight window to rear, wood laminate flooring, radiator.
The Royal Town of Caernarfon has a population of c.10,000 and with an impressive 13th Century King Edward 1st Castle, which is an unesco Heritage Site and the even older Roman Fort of Segontium, is a popular destination for tourists all year round.
The Old Town Castle walls are still visible, where you can walk through pebbled streets and come across a wide range of shops selling all kinds of curious things. There are numerous pubs within the Old Town walls, with the Black Boy Inn being an impressive 400 years old, serving local and regional real ales. The Quay under the shadows of the Castle, is a lovely area to be having drinks at the Anglesey pub, looking out at the sunset, overlooking Anglesey and the Menai Straits. There are daily fishing and sight-seeing tours on the Menai Straits, leaving from the Quay. There is also a modern harbour, with a Cinema and Theatre complex and plenty of restaurants and areas to go for a nice evening stroll along the waterfront.
The Welsh Highland Railway has a new impressive station building on the Quay, where frequent steam trains can take you up to the villages of Rhyd Ddu and Beddgelert, a 25-mile journey through the breath-taking Snowdonia National Park, to the beautiful town of Porthmadog. Caernarfon is a good base to travel to enjoy the Blue Flag Awarded beaches of Anglesey and the magnificent Lleyn Peninsula, as well as being only 12 minutes away from the world-famous village of Llanberis and its surrounding Slate Quarries, at the foot of Mount Snowdon.
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