Ideal first time purchase or investment currently generating £575.00 pcm - This delightful extended character end terrace cottage is located in a quiet location within a short walk of the High Street amenities and shoreline of the Menai Strait.
Ideal first time purchase or investment currently generating £575.00 pcm - This delightful extended character end terrace cottage is located in a quiet location within a short walk of the High Street amenities and shoreline of the Menai Strait. The property has been let over recent years and requires some upgrading but the location is very convenient and in our opinion would make an ideal first time purchase or investment property. Benefiting from timber double glazing to most of the windows and combi gas fired central heating, the accommodation briefly comprises: Entrance lobby area, lounge with a feature stone Inglenook fireplace and beamed ceiling, reception 2/study/occasional bedroom 3, fitted kitchen and useful utility area. To the first floor, there are 2 bedrooms and a bathroom.No onward chain.Glazed front door opening to the -Entrance Lobby AreaCloaks cupboard, electric consumer unit.Lounge - 15? 4?? x 12? 0?? (4.67m x 3.65m)Double glazed window (front aspect), quarry tiled window sill, feature stone Inglenook fireplace with a raised slate hearth, beamed ceiling, radiator, TV point, open doorway through to the -Reception 2/Study/Occasional bedroom 3 - 11? 10?? x 5? 2?? (3.60m x 1.57m)Front outer door, ceiling down lighting, radiator, airing cupboard containing the ?Worcester? combi gas fired boiler and gas meter.Kitchen - 12? 3?? x 6? 6?? (3.73m x 1.98m)Double glazed window (rear aspect), outer part glazed rear door, fitted kitchen comprising marble effect work surfacing, full range of oak effect wall and base kitchen units/drawers, single drainer stainless steel sink unit with a mixer tap, tiled splash back, gas and electric cooker points, space for a cooker, pull out cooker hood over, space and plumbing for a dish washer, radiator.Utility room - 6? 6?? x 4? 4?? (1.98m x 1.32m)Window (side aspect), work surface, shelving, overhead cupboard, space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble drier, space for a fridge/freezer.Stairs from the lounge to the -First Floor LandingVelux window (rear aspect).Bedroom One - 12? 1?? x 8? 6?? (3.68m x 2.59m)Double glazed window (front aspect), range of fitted wardrobes, radiator.Bedroom Two - 13? 0?? x 5? 2?? (3.96m x 1.57m) MaxDouble glazed window (front aspect), exposed purlins, radiator.BathroomVelux window, further window (rear aspect), coloured suite comprising pine panelled bath with mixer tap and an over bath plumbed-in shower, low flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin with a tiled splash back, radiator.OutsideTo the rear - Narrow strip of yard, 6? x 4? timber garden shed, rear gate, courtesy the front - High timber fenced forecourt, established shrubs and plants, attractive trellis arch over the front gate - An ideal place to sit and enjoy some Al-Fresco dining on those warm and balmy summer days/evenings.TenureFreeholdServicesWe have been advised - Mains Water, Electricity, Gas and Drainage. Gas fired central heating.Council TaxIsle of Anglesey Council - Band C (Payable 2017/18 £1245.36)LocationMenai 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. 3 Tan Y Bryn 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 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.
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