- An Exceptional 4/5 Bedroom Sea Fronted Residence
- Incredible Views Of The Snowdonia Mountain Range
- Contained in a Grade II* Listed Terrace
- Fabulous Kitchen Which Opens Onto A Private Courtyard
- Modern Bathroom & Shower Room On Ground & Second Floors
- Mains Gas Central Heating & Timber Framed Sash Windows
- Off Road Parking & Artist Studio to Rear
- Within Walking Distance Of Beaumaris Town And The Pier
- Property in this terrace doesn't come often! Last complete house sold in 2003 (Land Reg. Data)
This superb 3-storey property is contained within an elegant Georgian Grade II* listed terrace, enjoying stunning views across the Menai Strait towards the Snowdonia Mountain Range. The terrace has been a part of Beaumaris since c1825 when they were built by John Hall, who was an architect in Bangor. The verandas with their white trellis span the length of the terrace and provide a sheltered seating area to enjoy the views from your own front garden.
The property oozes character whilst keeping a modern contemporary feel throughout, all thanks to the present owners’ tasteful refurbishment. An inviting reception hall with panelling, covings, high ceilings and a beautiful period staircase which meanders up through the house. Benefitting from mains gas fired central heating (from two boilers) and timber framed sash windows throughout, with many having attractive wooden shutters.
The dining room with its delightful exposed wood flooring, multi-fuel stove and bay window framing those incredible views, leads into the kitchen with an open plan design. The kitchen which was designed and installed by Martin Lloyd Design in Menai Bridge and is a real class act, which compliments the original period features whilst giving a modern feel. Complete with underfloor heating, breakfast bar, integrated double door fridge freezer, gas range cooker, double Belfast sink and bags of cupboard space, it is a home cooks delight. The kitchen leads to a storage area which houses one of the properties two boilers, servicing the ground floor, and out onto a decked courtyard via double doors. The ground floor also benefits from a double bedroom with en-suite shower room, making it possible to live entirely on the ground floor level.
As we move upstairs, we come to a utility room which was formerly the kitchen on a mezzanine floor. This useful space also houses the second boiler for the property, servicing the two upper floors. Continuing up the staircase, we come to a further reception room on the first floor offering somewhere a little quieter, away from the kitchen. Ample space for all to enjoy with lots of natural light pouring in from the sash windows and a multi-fuel stove for those cosy winter nights. Of course, the views from here are magnificent and it goes without saying that the views become ever more expansive the higher you go. The first floor also houses a bedroom, complete with built-in wardrobes and double doors overlooking the courtyard and giving access to the flat roof.
As we venture to the final floor, we come across an incredible view of Beaumaris Castle from the landing window, an excuse to linger on the stairs and enjoy the show. To the top floor we find 2 double bedrooms and a family bathroom, which again has been recently modernised; complete with rolltop bath and large shower.
Finally, drawing our tour to a close we move outside. To the rear of the property we have an off-road parking area, something of a luxury in Beaumaris, complete with artist’s studio and storage area. These lead back into the property via the decked courtyard.
From Menai Bridge, take the A545 towards Beaumaris. After entering Beaumaris continue into the town and turn right into Alma Street, opposite the Bishopsgate Hotel. Follow this Road past the pier, where you will see Green Edge terrace on your left-hand side before the road sharply turns left.