A super link detached bungalow in a quiet cul de sac location in the popular village of Penrhyndeudraeth with lovely rural views from the spacious lounge/diner and garden. The property benefits from 3 double bedrooms, a spacious lounge/diner with open fire and patio doors out onto the decking and garden. It has a well equipped kitchen, bathroom with separate WC, a single garage and driveway parking.
The bungalow benefits from a large attic room spanning the length of the property and which is boarded and carpeted with power, lighting and additional storage.
The rear garden is totally self enclosed and the lounge opens onto to a raised decking which has a storage area under and lawn from which there are delightful rural views.
The property is being sold with the benefit of NO ONWARD CHAIN.
The popular village of Penrhyndeudraeth, located in the Snowdonia national Park is well known for the Ffestiniog Steam Railway and proximity to Italianate village of Portmeirion. It offers a good range of shops, cafes, restaurants, doctors, dental surgeries and a chemist, not to mention the public transport links which are also within easy reach. The busy harbour town of Porthmadog is approximately 2 miles distance, providing a wider range of shopping facilities and amenities.
A door from the driveway opens to the long entrance hall with doors off to the accommodation and loft hatch.
6.9 x 2.9 (22'7" x 9'6")
Lovely light and spacious room with 2 sets of French doors opening onto the raised decking area and providing lovely rural views. In addition there is also a window to the side. With stone fire place and open grate in slate hearth with slate mantel. There is plenty of room for comfortable sofas and a good sized dining table and chairs.
2.06 x 3.8 (6'9" x 12'5")
With a range of wall and base units, built in double oven and grill, built in hob and under counter fridge with freezer compartment. There is a large cupboard with shelves and window and door to the driveway at the side.
2 x 1.6 (6'6" x 5'2")
Contemporary fully tiled bathroom with hand basin and P shaped bath with shower over. There is a heated towel rail and obscure window to the side.
1.6 x 0.8 (5'2" x 2'7")
Separate WC with obscure window to the side and low level WC.
3 x 3.1 (9'10" x 10'2")
A good sized double with window to the side looking over fields and playing fields.
2.7 x 2.8 (8'10" x 9'2")
A further double with window to the front.
2.8 x 3 (9'2" x 9'10")
A third double bedroom with window to the front.
3.7 x 11.15 (12'1" x 36'6")
There is an extremely large attic which spans the length of the property. The attic has lighting and power and is fully boarded and carpeted. It is currently divided by a partition wall to create two rooms and there are under eaves cupboards running down both sides. There is restricted headroom under the eaves.
3.3 x 5 (10'9" x 16'4")
With up and over door from the driveway and window and door to the patio at the rear. With a temporary partition wall, this is currently in use as an artists studio, and the partition could easily be removed to restore to one space. There is lighting, power, water and drainage. There is a fitted sink and plumbing and drainage for a washing machine.
To the front there is a small low maintenance garden laid to pathway and beds with low shrubs. There is a driveway to the side leading to the garage. A path leads around the opposite side to the rear garden where there is a large raised deck accessed via steps from the garden and French doors from the lounge. The garden is laid to lawn with mature trees, shrubs and bushes and backing onto fields with delightful open rural views over fields towards hills and woodland. There are clear views of the trains on the Ffestiniog Steam Railway from the lounge and from the raised decking.
The property is connected to mains electricity, water and drainage. Heating is electric supplemented with the fire in the lounge. The lounge fire has a back boiler which heats the hot water for the kitchen and bathroom. In addition there is a separate electric immersion heater for hot water. It is fully double glazed.We understand that there is mains gas in the road and neighbouring properties have gas central heating.
It is Council Tax Band C.
Penrhyndeudraeth (the name literally means peninsula with two beaches) is a small bustling coastal town within the Snowdonia National Park. Nearby there is the world famous Italiante Portmeirion tourist village, Beddgelert and the pretty harbour town of Porthmadog. The Ffestiniog Steam Railway can clearly been seen from the lounge and from the raised decking