Magnificent views of the Artro estuary, Shell Island and the sea add to the allure of this traditional stone built detached house. There are four bedrooms, two bathrooms and oil fired central heating; the present owner has enjoyed a regular income from B&B accommodation which the property is well suited to due to its prominent main road frontage & ample off road parking. Frondeg has an ‘Exceptional’ 9.5/10 rating on the Bookings.com holiday portal. There is also a substantial outbuilding/garage which would be suitable for conversion to a self contained annexe subject to planning consent.
Double glazed uPVC main entrance door leads through to a quarry tiled lobby with dual aspect double glazed windows. Door through to;
Staircase with storage cupboard under, window looking out to rear garden area. Doors through to;
3.86 x 3.40 (12'7" x 11'1")
Dual uPVC double glazed windows giving delightful estuary and sea views. Tiled open fireplace flanked with feature recessed arches and radiator.
5.46 x 3.96 (17'10" x 12'11")
A well proportioned room where your eyes are immediately drawn to the estuary and sea views through the double glazed window and patio door which also provides access out to the slate paved patio area to the front of the property. Open fireplace and two radiators. Door through to;
3.66 x 3.61 (12'0" x 11'10")
Newly fitted kitchen comprising contemporary matt finish green/grey wall and floor units. With integrated fridge, freezer, dishwasher, ceramic hob and double oven. Window overlooking rear garden, radiator and oil fired boiler. Door through to;
With low level WC, wash handbasin and space and plumbing for washing machine.
With built in airing cupboard and doors leading through to;
4.25 x 3.58 (13'11" x 11'8")
Dual uPVC double glazed windows giving delightful estuary and sea views. Fitted wardrobes and dresser, door through to;
Fitted with white suite comprising panelled bath with electric shower over, pedestal wash handbasin and low level WC. Obscure double glazed window to side elevation.
Dual uPVC double glazed windows giving magnificent estuary and sea views. Fitted wardrobes with integrated wash handbasin and radiator.
3.38 x 2.57 (11'1" x 8'5")
Double bedroom with window overlooking rear garden, fitted wardrobe and radiator.
3.05 x 2.54 (max) (10'0" x 8'3" (max))
Great sea and mountain views to the side elevation through the sash window, built in wardrobe and radiator.
Fitted with white suite comprising bath with electric shower over, wash handbasin and low level WC. Obscure glazed window, door and radiator.
8.28 x 5.17 (27'1" x 16'11")
Stone built with corrugated metal roof, accessed via the double sized 'up and over' or lockable wooden door. The building is deceptively spacious rising to approx 3.7 metres at the rear. Given the location, breathtaking views and ample off road parking to the front of the structure it would be suitable for conversion to a fully self contained annexe (subject to necessary planning consent).
Accessed from the kitchen or through a secure gate from the parking area, a useful concreted area with a polycarbonate roof.
Tarmacadam area to the side of the house with off road parking for up to four vehicles. Front slate paved patio area bound with stone walls. The low maintenance lawned rear garden is accessed from the covered open rear porch up a set of steps, the raised aspect maximises exposure to the sunlight.
Llanfair is a picturesque, slightly elevated village overlooking Pensarn Harbour and its yacht moorings, Shell Island, beautiful local beaches and open farmland. It lies within the boundary of the Snowdonia National Park. The nearest beach is the glorious golden sand sweep of Harlech, about a 5 minute walk along the recently opened 'Wales Coast Path' or a two minute drive to Llandanwg beach.
The village of Llanbedr with shops and three superb pubs/restaurants is a five minute drive away or a delightful walk along country lanes and paths. Harlech with its formidable World Heritage Listed castle, beautiful sandy beach and the internationally renowned Royal St David's links golf course are about a mile north of the village and again is a delightful walk. Further afield are the larger towns of Barmouth (8 miles) and Porthmadog (12 miles) which offer more shops and large supermarkets.
For those that require it, a private aircraft can be landed at Llanbedr airport which is about 3 miles from this property.
The nearest railway station is a five minute walk away located on the Cambrian Coastal Line which runs between Aberystwyth, Pwllheli and Shrewsbury continuing to Birmingham and then beyond. Behind the village of Llanfair is the spectacular Rhinog mountain range that comprises varying hiking challenges for all abilities.