Garth Road, Bangor, Gwynedd


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 7


Seven Bedroom Mid-Terrace House.


Reception Room One 13'1" x 11'10" - Open fire with the wooden mantle back and hearth, dado rail, aluminium frame windows which overlook the park in front, smoke alarm, radiator and oak block floor.

Bedroom One 13'1" x 10'2" - with period fireplace with ornate timber fire surround and cast iron grates, ceramic tile detailing, oak wooden flooring.

Kitchen 13'1"x 9'2" - with matching wall and base units in high gloss finish with work top surfaces over, gas cooker point, integrated sink unit, washing machine, tiled splash back, extractor fan, glazed door leading off to the rear garden, oak wooden flooring.

Shower Room - Low level WC, wash hand basin with splashbacks, fully tiled walk-in shower cubicle, extractor fan, central heating, tiled floor and radiator.


Cellar Room - 9'10" x 16'1" Fireplace.

Reception Room Two - Fireplace, radiator, tiled flooring throughout.

Bathroom - Three piece suite with panelled bath, wash hand basin, low level WC and extractor fan.

Bedroom Two 8'10" x 6'11" - Period fireplace, picture rail, radiator and door.


Bedroom Three 9'10" x 12'6"

Bedroom Four 10'10" x 12'2"


Bedroom Five 10'10" x 12'2"

Bedroom Six 15'5" x 12'6" - coastal views.


Low maintenance yard to the rear aspect of the property.

Property located close to local transport links and amenities.

A grade 2 listed town house that still has many period features and could easily be converted back to family home as well as being used as an investment property. The property affords lounge, fitted kitchen, shower room, bathroom and seven bedrooms. The property benefits from having gas central heating, sea and mountain views, as well being very convenient for the city centre.

Marketed by Arrange viewing 01612 225156

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