Treborth Hall, Treborth Road, Bangor, Gwynedd, LL57 2RX

vacant grade II listed former manor house approximately 1,916.80 sq m (20,622 sq ft) with additional outbuildings on an overall site of 5.20 hectares (12.85 acres)


The property is located on the banks of the Menai Straights and is accessed from Treborth Road (A487). Bangor city centre is located approximately 2 miles to the north east of the site, with junction 9 of the A55 situated approximately 500m from the site access.


Detached three storey manor house previously used as a residential learning institution offered with vacant possession.


We detail below the following accommodation and approximate net internal floor areas: 
Ground Floor:  895.30 sq m  (9,633 sq ft) 
First Floor:  410.20 sq m  (4,413 sq ft) 
Second Floor:  374.60 sq m  (4,030 sq ft) 
Basement:  236.70 sq m  (2,546 sq ft)  
Total:  1,916.80 sq m  (20,622 sq ft)  
Detached former swimming pool building:  155.50 sq m  (1,673 sq ft) 
Detached former classroom A:  288.70 sq m  (3,106 sq ft) 
Detached former classroom B:  235.00 sq m  (2,528 sq ft) 
Detached former classroom C:  267.00 sq m  (2,872 sq ft) 
Boiler House:  8.90 sq m  (95.76 sq ft) 
Total:  955.10 sq m  (10,274 sq ft)  


Grounds to manor house which includes driveway and parking area, grassed and woodland areas and pond.

Site Area

Approximately 5.20 hectares (12.85 acres).




Interested parties should consult direct with the Local Planning Office, Gwynedd Council, Planning Department, County Offices, Castle Street, Caernarfon, Gwynedd, LL55 1SH. Tel: 01766 771 000. Fax: 01286 678 962


1. Details of the access rights and services for the property will be included within the legal pack.
2. If you would like to view these particulars in welsh then please contact the auctioneers office on 08442 722 444.
3. Main Building Energy Performance Asset Rating = E.


Gwynedd Council, Democracy and Legal Section, County Offices, Caernarfon, Gwynedd, LL55 1SH.
Contact: Mrs Ruth Edwards.


Please note that the plan has been amended from the one in the catalogue and the site area has changed to an overall site of 5.20 hectares (12.85 acres)

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