Pendre Road, Penrhynside
A unique opportunity to acquire this impressive former chapel which dates back to 1887 and has been sympathetically converted by the current owners. Combining original features with contemporary modern living, the property boasts many original features throughout to include exposed beams. The accommodation briefly comprises of; reception hall, impressive lounge to the first floor with vaulted ceiling, doors opening out onto a balcony and stunning views across Penrhyn Bay, Rhos On Sea, towards the coast and neighbouring countryside. There are four bedrooms, a family bathroom, enclosed garden and off road driveway parking. This impressive home is ideally suited for family occupation.
RECEPTION HALL 23′ 11" x 15′ 7" (7.3m x 4.77m) Having solid wood double entrance doors with feature stained glass window above, arched double glazed obscure glass windows to the front and side, and original arched glazed window to the front, two double panel radiators, ceramic tiled floors, storage cupboard and doors leading off.
BEDROOM ONE 13′ 6" x 12′ 10" (4.13m x 3.93m) Having double glazed window to the side, radiator, power points and oak flooring.
EN-SUITE 10′ 1" x 6′ 6" (3.09m x 1.99m) Having a three piece suite comprising of; roll top free standing bath with shower attachment, high flush WC, wash basin with bespoke pine backing, towel heater, double glazed arch obscure glass window to the side, extractor fan, oak flooring and inset spotlights.
BATHROOM Having a four piece suite comprising of; panel Jacuzzi bath, corner shower cubicle, low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, fully tiled walls, wall mounted heated towel rail, ceramic tiled floor, inset spotlights and extractor fan.
BEDROOM THREE 12′ 10" x 11′ 11" (3.93m x 3.64m) Having double glazed arch window to the side enjoying countryside views, power points and double panel radiator.
BEDROOM TWO 15′ 5" x 10′ 4" (4.72m x 3.15m) Having double glazed arch window to the front and side, double panel radiator and power points.
STAIRS TO FIRST FLOOR HALF GALLERIED LANDING Having exposed beams, access to roof space with pull down slingsby ladder, double glazed velux window, solid oak flooring, ceiling fan and doors leading off.
LOUNGE 26′ 3" x 20′ 8" (8.02m x 6.31m) With feature vaulted ceiling with exposed beams into the apex, double glazed velux windows and double glazed French doors giving access out onto enclosed balcony which enjoys stunning views across the coast, Snowdonia mountain range and of distant countryside. Feature fireplace with electric fire fitted, TV point, telephone point, solid oak flooring and power points.
SNUG/BEDROOM FOUR 11′ 5" x 10′ 4" (4.72m x 3.15m) Having double glazed velux window, TV point, telephone point, double panel radiator, solid oak flooring and power points.
KITCHEN 26′ 3" x 14′ 9" (8.02m x 4.52m) Having a range of oak wall and base units with block wood worktop surface over, one and a half Belfast sink with mixer taps, integrated washing machine, integrated dishwasher, space for fridge/freezer, central island with storage cupboard, timber stable door giving access to the side of the property, two radiators, exposed brickwork and timber mantle with inset log burner, solid oak flooring, TV point and power points.
UTILITY ROOM 14′ 7" x 5′ 4" (4.47m x 1.65m) Having a range of fitted wall and base cupboards with worktop surface over, space for under counter fridge and dryer, cupboard housing Gloworm gas fired central heating boiler, double glazed window to the side, power points and double panel radiator. Door giving access through to wine cellar with inset spotlights and access through to further storage room.
OUTSIDE To the front of the property there is off road driveway parking and wrought iron gates giving access to the front entrance. To the side of the property is an enclosed garden which comprises of; paved patio area and raised lawn area, with rockery and a mixture of mature shrubs and bushes, enclosed by stone walling and timber slat fencing affording part seclusion. Log store, outside tap and workshop with double glazed entrance doors, power and light.
DIRECTIONS From our Llandudno office turn left onto Madoc Street, continue straight ahead through the traffic lights, passing the railway station on the right hand side and bearing left onto Vaughan Street. Continue straight ahead and right onto the promenade. Head out of Llandudno passing the Bodafon fields on the right hand side, just after the Premier Inn take the turning on the right hand side for Bryn Y Bia road and immediate left for Penrhyn side. Continue along this road into the village and the property can be found on the far left hand side.
SERVICES Mains gas, electric and drainage are believed available or connected to the property. Water is metered. All services and appliances are not tested by the selling agent.