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Tyddyn Bengan is a four bedroom farmhouse set in a third of an acre of land. A self-contained studio adjacent to the house comprises a large living space, a kitchen area and a shower room. It is presently used as a home office and en-suite guest room. The house is in a private countryside setting, yet is only 100m from the main road to Caernarfon, which is 10 minutes away, and Bangor (and its mainline station), which is ten minutes further on. The entire property has been sympathetically renovated by the present owners to a very high standard over the last ten years and briefly comprises of: hand built kitchen/diner, hallway leading to a cloakroom and a spacious sitting room to the ground floor; feature landing, four bedrooms and a family bathroom to the first floor landing. An outbuilding is presently used as a large store and there is an open-sided stone barn attached to the house which houses a log store and further storage space. Outside: there is a walled garden with seating area, a large greenhouse, vegetable beds, a terraced garden, a courtyard and a large front lawn garden.
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Solid wood hand-built cupboards and drawers, with room for a tall fridge, dishwasher and washing machine. Double ceramic sink, pale granite worktop, limestone tile flooring. Riven slate window sills, two radiators and stairs leading to the upper floor and under stairs storage.
Double aspect hall with direct access to lawn garden. Slate tiled flooring and radiator.
Slate tile flooring, low level w/c, wash hand basin and radiator.
Spacious double aspect room. Dual fuel stove set in an inglenook feature fireplace and exposed stone wall. Deep, polished slate sills and timber beamed ceiling.
Feature landing with feature shelf running the length of the landing. Access to large storage cupboard, and from there to the roof space. Rear aspect windows with views over walled garden and neighbouring countryside.
(Maximum measurements shown).Roll top, claw-foot bath, large shower cubicle with rainfall shower head and tumbled marble tiles, wash basin and toilet. Polished marble flooring. Hand built wooden storage cupboard and built in shelving. Double glazed window overlooking garden.
Double bedroom with radiator and double glazed window overlooking the garden.
Presently used as a walk-in wardrobe. Radiator, access to large storage cupboard that also houses the oil fired boiler. Double glazed window overlooking the garden.
(Maximum measurements shown).Presently used as a guest bedroom/study. Access to large built in cupboard. Radiator, telephone point and double glazed window overlooking the garden.
Large double bedroom. Radiator and double glazed window overlooking the garden.
Kitchen fitted with original 1950's English Rose sink, drainer and wall and floor cupboards. Feature radiator and solid oak floor. Access through to
Exposed oak beams and frame in vaulted ceiling and solid oak flooring. One double and one single set of doors leading out into a walled garden, windows with slate sills to other aspects overlooking the courtyard and field to the rear of the property. Wood burning stove set in an inglenook fireplace and exposed stone chimney breast and a feature radiator.
Walk in shower with rainfall and hand held shower heads, toilet and wash hand basin. Window with slate sill overlooking walled garden and a radiator.
Access from the courtyard to large store, concrete floor, lighting and power points.
Access from courtyard to an open-sided stone built haybarn with secure cage for LPG bottles (supplying gas hob), coal bunker, log store and storage cupboard housing the water filtration system for the private water supply (borehole) to the property.
Courtyard- offering ample off road parking for several vehicles and outside water tap. Walled garden- slate patio surrounded by beds and borders planted with shrubs, small trees and climbing plants. Water tap. Vegetable garden- six vegetable beds, cold frame, small alpine garden, gooseberry bushes and strawberry patch. Greenhouse with power and water. Terraced garden- large seating area separated from the front garden by a fence, and bounded by terraced gardens with shrubs and small trees. Front garden- there is a large area at the front of the house mainly laid to lawn. Garden shed and a fenced area that shields the oil tanker serving the house.
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