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Well Street, Rachub, Bangor, Gwynedd, LL57 3HE
£165,000

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Well Street, Rachub, Bangor, Gwynedd, LL57 3HE

Enjoy this peaceful pedestrianised situation adjacent to sheep pasture with far reaching views extending over Anglesey and mountainous scenery of the Snowdonia National Park.  This stone built end terraced cottage has 3 double bedrooms, uPVC double glazing, gas fired central heating by radiators and provides an attractive character interior with exposed stone work and natural wood grain joinery. A traditional multi fuel stove becomes the heart of the home during the winter months and there are good sized, separate gardens at the front and rear for your pleasure during the summer.  Watch our short video for a quick tour around the house. Legal disclosure - one of the vendors is related to the Directors of Sanderson estate agents.

Enjoy this peaceful pedestrianised situation adjacent to sheep pasture with far reaching views extending over Anglesey and mountainous scenery of  Snowdonia National Park.  This stone built end terraced cottage has 3 double bedrooms, uPVC double glazing, gas fired central heating by radiators and provides an attractive character interior with exposed stone work and natural wood grain joinery. A traditional multi fuel stove becomes the heart of the home during the winter months and there are good sized, separate gardens at the front and rear for your pleasure during the summer.  Watch our short video for a quick tour around the house. Legal disclosure - one of the vendors is related to the Directors of Sanderson estate agents.

Location

The village mainly comprises quaint stone built cottages built for families engaged in work in the local slate mining industry during the Victorian era.

The city of Bangor is within a 14 minute drive and the local town of Bethesda, only a mile or so away, provides further local amenities including a Tesco Express, take away restaurants and a high school.  The number of visitors to the area has recently been boosted by the success of the nearby Zip World attraction.

It is so quiet and peaceful here away from the traffic.  The pedestrianised situation and alongside sheep pasture makes it safe for children and pets.  The elevated location at just under 200 metres provides magnificent views of surrounding scenery.  Nearby public footpaths give easy access to local countryside and mountains of the Snowdonia National Park. Rachub has a thriving village community with a local pub, general shop and post office, primary school, cricket club and a childrens park.

Directions

From the A55 take the A5 south and just before Bethesda, turn left at the cross roads where signposted left to Rachub.  Continue up this lane for just under a mile into the village centre.  Turn left and immediately right alongside the Royal Oak pub, up the hill and narrow road of Stryd Fawr.  Continue up for about 200 metres and immediately opposite the junction on the left with Ffordd Tan y Bwlch, park where possible and proceed on foot along the public footpath by the house opposite Ffordd Tan y Bwlch.  After about 25 metres along the path, there is a gate on the left at the bottom of the front garden leading to the house. Alternatively walk up the hill another 25 metres past Ffordd Tan y Bwlch, after you have parked and look out for the sign on the wall for Well Street on the right.  Walk along the path in front of the cottages, through 1 gate and number 8 is at the end.

General Information

Ground Floor

Entrance Hall

Composite entrance door, tiled flooring, staircase to first floor.

Lounge/Dining Room

6.45m x 3.59m (21' 2" x 11' 9") max.
Wood effect laminate flooring, window to front with far reaching views over towards Anglesey, multi fuel stove with log store under, wall light points, window to rear, under stairs cupboard, door to:

Kitchen

3.43m x 2.06m (11' 3" x 6' 9") Extensive range of units with sink, electric oven and hob, hood above, dishwasher, space for upright fridge freezer and plumbing for washing machine, Upvc stable door to rear.

First Floor

Landing

Under stairs study area, window with far reaching views extending as far as Holyhead mountain on Anglesey, natural wood grain doors, staircase to top floor.

Front Bedroom

3.44m x 3.06m (11' 3" x 10' 0")
Window to front with elevated views extending to the northwest over Anglesey,

Rear Bedroom

3.06m x 2.48m (10' 0" x 8' 2") plus full wall width range of 3 double full height fitted wardrobes.

Bathroom

3.4m x 1.96m (11' 2" x 6' 5")
Dual aspect windows and spectacular mountain views with sheep pasture in the foreground, white suite comprising basin, toilet, bath with shower screen, mixer tap and shower attachment, gas fired condensing combination boiler, mirror, light and shaver point, pine flooring.

Top Floor

Top Floor Landing

LED ceiling lighting to stairwell.

Top Floor Bedroom

3.81m x 3.13m (12' 6" x 10' 3") to purlins, restricted headroom into eaves.
Four Velux roof windows with blinds affording excellent fenestration and elevated, panoramic views of the spectacular surrounding countryside.

Outside

Front Garden

Enjoy the peace and quiet, along with the sunshine and far reaching views from the front garden which is over 30 metres long and has a pedestrian entrance gate at the bottom and double gates at the side, giving pedestrian access to the road through a neighbouring garden. It sides on to sheep pasture and there is a sitting area, shrub beds and level concrete patio with a rowen tree, for al fresco entertaining. Lower seating area with small pond and rough lawn. Side pedestrian access leads to the rear garden.

Rear Garden

Concrete yard approximately 4m x 4.5 m with cold tap and bin storage to rear. Block built garden store 1.9m x 1.2m. 9 steps lead up to the main back garden which is irregularly shaped but roughly 15m wide x 10m deep as a guide. Timber shed, mainly grassed with crushed slate BBQ area, various log stores. Mature rowen, silver birch and hornbeam trees provide extensive screening and privacy. The elevated views extend beyond the adjacent sheep pasture to the northwest also provide a spectacular view of the Glyderau mountain range beyond.

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It is so quiet and peaceful here away from the traffic.  The pedestrianised situation and alongside sheep pasture makes it safe for children and pets.  The elevated location at just under 200 metres provides magnificent views of surrounding scenery.  Nearby public footpaths give easy access to local countryside and mountains of the Snowdonia National Park. Rachub has a thriving village community with a local pub, general shop and post office, primary school, cricket club and a childrens park.

From the A55 take the A5 south and just before Bethesda, turn left at the cross roads where signposted left to Rachub.  Continue up this lane for just under a mile into the village centre.  Turn left and immediately right alongside the Royal Oak pub, up the hill and narrow road of Stryd Fawr.  Continue up for about 200 metres and immediately opposite the junction on the left with Ffordd Tan y Bwlch, park where possible and proceed on foot along the public footpath by the house opposite Ffordd Tan y Bwlch.  After about 25 metres along the path, there is a gate on the left at the bottom of the front garden leading to the house. Alternatively walk up the hill another 25 metres past Ffordd Tan y Bwlch, after you have parked and look out for the sign on the wall for Well Street on the right.  Walk along the path in front of the cottages, through 1 gate and number 8 is at the end.





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