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|Address:||Caeathro, Caernarfon, North Wales|
|Council tax band:||C|
The Old Smithy is a unique period property retaining all of it's original character and comprises a former blacksmith's forge and adjoining cottage which have been lovingly converted, restored and extended by the present owners.
In the much sought after village of Caeathro, just two miles from the historic walled town of Caernarfon, ten minutes drive from a long sandy beach and within five minutes of the wonderful Menai Straits, this deceptively spacious semi-detached home is centrally located for Anglesey, Snowdonia, the Lleyn Peninsula and Cardigan Bay. With south facing lounge, inglenook fireplace and multi fuel stove, it also features a slate flagged dining area with exposed beams leading onto an inner lobby with first floor gallery window. A picture window in the rear hall looks out over a slate paved terrace and extensive landscaped rear gardens beyond.
The L-shaped kitchen and breakfast room are bathed in natural light and comprise hand crafted units, Bosch electric double oven and three feature arched windows that overlook the garden, leading to an inner pantry/store room fully fitted with cupboards. The master bedroom and shower room are on the ground floor, whilst a second double bedroom and a third bedroom, currently used as an office, are located on the first floor.
Decorative shrubs create a quaint frontage whilst a lane to the side enters the rear of the property via twin timber gates opening on to a parking area, detached garage, landscaped gardens, timber framed studio/office, greenhouse, two sheds and extensive vegetable garden comprising organic raised beds.
Viewings via House Network Ltd.
Slate-roofed Front Porch leading to:- Secondary glazed original sash window to front, radiator, fitted carpet, exposed beams, stairs to Bedroom 2, internal window, open plan to:
Two double glazed windows to front, two internal windows to rear, inglenook fireplace with tiled hearth, built-in seating and multi-fuel stove serving heating system and domestic hot water, fitted carpet, exposed beams and skylight, open plan to:
Double glazed window to front, secondary glazed window to side, floor standing electric storage heater, polished slate floor, built-in cupboards, exposed beams.
Polished slate floor, exposed beams, stairway with under-stairs storage cupboard, double height to gallery window in Bedroom 3, open plan to:
Double glazed picture window to rear, radiator, built-in cupboards, floor standing electric storage heater, polished slate floor, sloping ceiling, back door to garden.
Fitted with hand crafted custom made kitchen base and eye level units, twin bowl stainless steel sink with draining board and mixer tap, space for fridge, washing machine and tumble drier, built-in Bosch electric double oven, built-in four ring touch control electric hob, three feature arched windows to rear, one double glazed window to side, one double glazed window to rear, one secondary glazed window to rear, double radiator, laminate floor, two skylights, floor standing electric storage heater, open plan to:
Range of built in hand crafted cupboards, space for freezer, radiator, fitted carpet, hot water cylinder with immersion heater in cupboard.
Double glazed window to front, secondary glazed window to side, timber window shutters, fitted bedroom suite with a range of wardrobes, shelving, overhead storage and cupboards, fitted carpet, timber panelled ceiling, radiator and floor standing electric storage heater.
With tiled corner shower cubicle, electric shower, pedestal wash hand basin and WC, double glazed window to rear, radiator, fitted carpet, sloping ceiling.
Secondary glazed window to rear, secondary glazed window to front, fitted bedroom suite with a range of wardrobes with cupboards and drawers, matching dressing table, radiator, floor standing electric storage heater, fitted carpet, vaulted timber panelled ceiling.
Radiator, floor standing electric storage heater, fitted carpet, exposed beams, skylights and pitched roof, storage cupboard with access to eaves space, feature gallery window. Currently used as an office.
Front - Narrow garden planted with shrubs. Rear - Slate paved terrace, steps up to tarmac driveway with turning space, detached garage with slated roof, two windows, light and power connected. Landscaped garden with lawns, gravelled area, sundeck, flower beds, mature shrubs and trees. Extensive fully organic vegetable plot with raised beds, greenhouse and potting shed. Timber framed garden studio/home office 10'10" x 9'6" (3.3 x 2.9m), double glazed and fully insulated with roof lights and power connected with views to Snowdonia.These property particulars are prepared for general guidance only and should not be relied upon to enter into a legal contract or to commit expenditure. Any interested party should rely solely on their own surveyor, solicitor or other professionals before committing themselves to any cost or other legal commitments. If any interested party wishes to rely on any information from the agent, then a request should be made and specific written confirmation can be provided. Housenetwork.co.uk will not be responsible for any verbal statement made by any member of staff, as only a specific written confirmation should be relied upon. Housenetwork.co.uk will not be responsible for any loss other than when specific written confirmation has been requested. The sales particulars may change in the course of time and any interested party is advised to make a final inspection of the property prior to exchange of contracts. Housenetwork.co.uk has not tested any apparatus, equipment, fixture, fittings or services and does not verify they are in working order, fit for their purpose, or within ownership of the sellers, therefore the buyer must assume the information given is incorrect. Neither has the agent checked the legal documentation to verify legal status of the property. A buyer must assume the information is incorrect until it has been verified by their own solicitors. Nothing concerning the type of construction, condition of the structure or its surroundings is to be implied from the photograph, artists impression or plans of the property.