221 Caernarfon Road, Bangor was sold in 2003 for £71,000. It is a very small terraced house
221 Caernarfon Rd today
1901 census return for 221 Carnarvon Road, Bangor showing a butcher called Williams living there
199 CAERNARFON ROAD, BANGOR
A MATURE THREE BEDROOM MID TERRACED HOUSE WITHIN FIVE MINUTE’S WALK OF THE HIGH STREET. THE PROPERTY HAS A KITCHEN/BATHROOM EXTENSION TO THE REAR
* RECEPTION VESTIBULE
* 21’ 2” LOUNGE/DINING ROOM
* THREE BEDROOMS
* GAS FIRED CENTRAL HEATING
* GARDENS TO FRONT & REAR
The property is of stone/brick/concrete block construction with part rendered and spar dashed elevations under a pitched slate roof with a mineralised felt covered roof to the bathroom portion of the rear extension.
THE ACCOMMODATION COMPRISES:
The property has a painted panelled front entrance door with a bulls eye pane opening into the
RECEPTION VESTIBULE having a high level electricity card meter, a consumer unit, a small fluorescent strip light fitting, an artexed ceiling and a pine panelled door opening into the
LOUNGE/DINING ROOM 21’ 2” (6.44m) x 12’ 3” (3.74m). Leaded bay window and a doorway opening to the
KITCHEN 12’ 10” (3.92m) x 6’ 4” (1.94m) and a panelled door opening into the BATHROOM
A straight flight staircase leads up to the first floor landing with the following rooms off:-
FRONT BEDROOM ONE 12’ 5” (3.79m) x 10’ 10” (3.30m)with two windows.
REAR BEDROOM TWO 9’ 11” (3.03m) x 6’ 7” (2.01m) , one window.
REAR BEDROOM THREE 8’ 10” (2.69m) x 6’ 6” (1.97m) one window.
To the front of the property there is a small raised slated garden with flower beds and shrubs, a gas meter cupboard and slate paved steps with a handrail leading up to a slate paved path.
To the rear, there is a small walled yard with an OPEN SHELTER 8’ 0” (2.51m) x 2’ 9” (0.86m) and quarry tile steps leading up to a grassed rear garden which has a small paved patio area, a brick built barbecue and privet hedges.