The Property comprises a Grade II Listed two storey mid terraced building originally constructed in the 17th Century.
The Property, 11-13 High Street, was originally constructed as a single dwelling. In the 19th Century it was converted to commercial use and the present configuration was completed approximately 10 to 15 years ago. The elevations are rendered throughout, assumed stone construction to the original building, set beneath a pitched slate covered roof. To the rear is a two storey extension which is partially beneath a flat roof. To the rear is a small yard area with parking for three cars. Overall the site extends to approximately 0.1 acres.
All viewings must be arranged strictly by appointment with the sole selling agents Savills.
The Property is located in the town of Caernarfon in North Wales. It lies on the eastern shore of the Menai Strait opposite the Isle of Anglesey, 9 miles north east of Bangor. The Property is situated in the Old Town within the medieval town walls. A commercial locality, which is tourist driven, close to Caernarfon Castle.
The sale is to be in standard terms for a sale by Receivers with no guarantees or indemnities or warranties as to the Title or otherwise.
Ground floor main entrance leading into a reception area. Function room with stage area and dancefloor. Raised lounge section to the rear. Bar servery, customer toilets, small domestic style kitchen, storerooms and office. Access to the first floor is via a staircase off reception and a disabled lift. Snooker room with lounge. Bar servery, customer toilets and storerooms. To the rear is a small yard area and three car parking spaces.
Llanfairpwll (5.8 miles)
Bangor (Gwynedd) (5.8 miles)