Live like a king for a fraction of the cost! Converted terrace home with turrets was once part of a Welsh castle and can be yours for £190k
- Terrace property once part of a Welsh castle is for sale for £190,000
- Two-bedroom house is in the village of Llanrug, in the north west of Wales
- It has been rented out for the past 13 years and the owner is now looking to sell
A terrace property once part of a converted Welsh castle is up for grabs for £190,000.
The asking price of the property with turrets is substantially less than the cost of an entire stand-alone multi-million pound castle.
It means being able to be a king of a castle, but without the hefty price tag that can come with royal properties.
Castle dreams: The terrace property that was once part of a Welsh castle is for sale for £190,000 via Haf Jones & Pegler estate agents
The end of terrace home is near the Grade II listed Bryn Bras Castle – and is believed to have been part of the castle’s original estate.
It stands in the castle’s original outbuildings, understood to have once been stables before being converted into homes.
There are the remains of other outbuildings nearby, which were converted into a ballroom in the 1920s to replace the original one that collapsed soon after completion in 1836.
Nearby Bryn Bras Castle is an impressive Grade II listed property that dates back to 1830.
The end of terrace property includes some large turrets inspired by the nearby Bryn Bras Castle
The unusual property is in the village of Llanrug, in the north-west of Wales, and has been rented out for the past decade
The current owner of the terrace house in the north west Welsh village of Llanrug is Ann Lawton, who has been renting it out for the past 13 years and not lived there.
The property used to be a holiday let before she bought it at auction more than a decade ago in 2010.
She explained that the turrets were once stables and the homes lived in by the castle workers.
One couple who lived there previously had their initials put above the gate to the turret, and the emblems remain there today.
It is understood that the turrets were once stables and the homes were lived in by the castle workers
Features of the striking property including oil central heating as well as double glazing
The property has some off-road parking as well as outdoor space with a garden with a lawned area
Ms Lawton told MailOnline Property: ‘Owning a part of what was originally Bryn Bras Castle has been a privilege and has attracted long-term tenants during the 13 years that we have owned it.
‘The house was previously a successful holiday let, which is not surprising due to its historical and beautiful setting.’
One couple who lived on the premises previously had their initials put above the entrance gate to the turrets, and the emblems remain there today
The house has been renting it out for the past 13 years and the owner is now looking to sell it
There are two bedrooms in the property, including this one with a curved side and colourful feature wall
The property has two bedrooms, a living room, kitchen, and a bathroom, along with off-road parking and lawned gardens. It has oil central heating and double glazing.
The property is close to the village of Llanrug, Gwynedd, and 10 miles from Bangor.
The average sold price of a terrace property in Bangor during the past year is ££176,507, according to Zoopla.
It compares to the average sold price of a terrace property in Britain during the same period of £287,859.