No 64 Bro Enddwyn sits on the edge of this popular development with an open aspect to the front and sea glimpses to the rear. In need of total refurbishment and priced to reflect this, the property is spacious with 3 bedrooms, a large lounge, gardens to the front and rear with driveway parking and a garage.
It benefits from double glazing throughout, partial propane gas central heating with Worcester boiler and there is a multi fuel stove in the lounge.
The sunny enclosed gardens, though overgrown, are laid to patio and stocked with mature trees and shrubs with a log shed, coal bunker and a lean too greenhouse.
A blank canvas for new owners this is an ideal opportunity to create a wonderful coastal home.
It is being sold with the benefit of NO ONWARD CHAIN.
A double glazed door leads to the entrance hall and into the lounge. There is a central heating radiator and a range of cupboards.
5.4 x 3.45 (17'8" x 11'3")
Very spacious with large window to the front with an open aspect and multi fuel stove (Hunter Eco Ideal 8) installed in 2015 with a lined chimney. A door leads to the kitchen and one to the inner hallway where there is a central heating radiator.
3.2 x 3 (10'5" x 9'10")
With sea glimpses from the window to the rear and door to the garden. There is a stainless steel sink and drainer, cooker point and wall and base units. There is a large airing cupboard housing the water cylinder with shelving and a Worcester combi boiler.
3.4 x 3.3 (11'1" x 10'9")
A large double with window to the front, central heating radiator and built in wardrobes.
3.4 x 3.2 (11'1" x 10'5")
A further double with window to the rear with sea glimpses, central heating radiator and built in wardrobes.
2.1 x 3 (6'10" x 9'10")
Ideal as a home office or third bedroom with window to the rear overlooking the garden.
2.5 x 2 (8'2" x 6'6")
With 4 piece suite comprising of low level WC, hand basin, bidet and bath with electric shower over. There is an obscure window and central heating radiator
3 x 5 (9'10" x 16'4")
With up and over door from the driveway to the front and rear pedestrian door and window. There is lighting and power.
To the front there is a driveway in front of the garage and a few steps to the front door. There are gardens to the front, rear and sides. The rear is enclosed and laid to patio with mature trees and shrubs and sea glimpses. To the side there is a lean too greenhouse. There is a wood shed, a coal bunker and access to the garage.
The property is connected to mains electricity, water and drainage. It is fully double glazed with partial propane gas central heating.
The charming village of Dyffryn Ardudwy lies between Harlech and Barmouth in Gwynedd, North Wales. Dyffryn sits on the narrow coastal strip between the glorious sandy beaches of Cardigan Bay to the west and the foothills of Snowdonia to the east. It is fabulous walking country with rolling hills, golden sands and wooded valleys to be explored. The landscape is full of history, the village attracts visitors seeking relaxing beaches, walking and ancient settlements and historical artefacts This village offers good local shops, cafes, pubs and an art gallery. The surrounding area has an exciting array of wildlife and birds including soaring buzzards.
The bustling town of Harlech is just 4 miles away, dominated by its majestic 13th century castle which is a World Heritage Site. Popular with golfers due to its famous Royal St. David's course, Harlech also boasts an excellent variety of amenities including restaurants and shops. The nearby resort of Barmouth offers an amazing Panorama Walk with breathtaking views and also a harbour from which you can enjoy a ferry to Fairbourne for a ride on the miniature railway or a boat trip out to sea to try mackerel fishing.