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A superbly appointed stone semi-detached house built in 1887, located just outside the Nant Francon Valley and Snowdonia National Park. This property is respectfully restored and yet provided with all modern comforts and technological needs to bring it into the 21st century. Whilst retaining some original features, this cottage has been fitted with modern designer radiators, solar panels and under-floor heating.
With its large landscaped garden, which accommodates a double pond with 2 cascades, several outbuildings of which an art studio, an original stone building, wooden garden shed and a log store, and terraces with several seating areas, it enjoys spectacular views over the Ogwen Valley and has fantastic opportunities for country side walks in the Snowdonia National Park as well as daily trips to the beaches of Gwynedd, Conwy as well as Anglesey.
The house is located on the main A5, about 400 yards from Bethesda town center, approx. 2 miles from the A55 connecting to Anglesey and Chester, and approx. 5 miles from Bangor, which offers access to the railway station, many bus services and fantastic education possibilities with Bangor University, College, a vast choice of schools in Bangor and great access to nurseries, primary and secondary schools within walking distance. There is a regular bus service going to Bangor with a bus stop across he road.
Bangor has a cathedral, large car free high street shopping center, library, a swimming pool, D W Sport Gym, marina, and plenty of restaurants and pubs and big Supermarkets. Bethesda has a good choice of local shops, a Tesco supermarket and a local convenience Spar.
The property has a small front garden and a large terraced rear garden, benefits of Gas central heating, double-glazing throughout and off-road parking space for 2 vehicles. Planning permission has been granted for an extension providing 2 more bedrooms, family bathroom and utility room as well as a carport for which the footings have been fitted.
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