A charming quaint stone maisonette full of character located in a tucked away position in Old Barmouth within just a few minutes walk of the High Street and beach. 1 Tan y Ddinas is a lovely 2 bedroom property with an enclosed courtyard to the front and is bursting with traditional features including beamed ceiling, exposed stone work and an inglenook fireplace.
This cosy property has gas central heating, a new boiler and even a small sea glimpse from the bedroom to the front.
Perfect as a coastal bolt hole, first home, down size or investment opportunity we recommend viewing this delightful property at the earliest opportunity.
4.03 x 3.5 (13'2" x 11'5")
A small entrance hall opens to the cosy characterful lounge with beamed ceiling and traditional inglenook fireplace, exposed stone work and window to the front. Beautiful sliding wooded doors open to the kitchen and stairs rise to the first floor,
4.03 x 1.44 (13'2" x 4'8")
With window to the side and a range of wooden wall and base units. Exposed stone walling and ceiling beams add character and there is sink and drainer, space for an oven and space for fridge freezer.
3.56 x 2.56 (11'8" x 8'4")
A double bedroom with window to the front with sea glimpse and built in cupboard.
2.6 x 1.43 (8'6" x 4'8")
A single bedroom with space for bunk beds and window to the side.
2.52 x 1.29 (8'3" x 4'2")
With coloured suite comprising of low level WC, hand basin in vanity unit and shower cubicle.
To the front there is an enclosed courtyard with space for seating and pots and plants.
There is a separate external stone store room a few steps from the property which is perfect for beach and outdoor paraphernalia.
We understand that the property is Freehold. It is connected to mains electricity, gas (new boiler), water and drainage.
We are advised that the next door neighbour has pedestrian right of access across the couirtyard.
Barmouth is known as the town where 'the Mountains meet the Sea' but offers much more than that. It is a thriving seaside town with breathtaking views on the north west coast of Wales looking out onto Cardigan Bay on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park. There is a a bustling town centre with a range of shops and supermarkets and great places to eat and relax.
For lovers of the outdoors it offers walking, cycling, paddle-boarding, kayaking, and of course swimming in the sea from the beautiful golden sand beach. The train station in the middle of the town provides easy links up and down the coastal line or regular trains directly through to Birmingham and beyond.