A beautifully presented detached 2 bedroomed house with sea views, balcony, driveway, garage and superbly landscaped gardens on a popular small residential development in Barmouth.
No 8 Ffordd Bro Mynach is a delightful property with the accommodation on the first floor to take advantage of the lovely sea views. Incredibly well renovated it has tasteful decor throughout and benefits from a superb contemporary kitchen and bathroom, two double bedrooms and a lovely lounge opening onto a balcony with wrought iron railings.
On the ground floor there is a double garage plus a workshop. The workshop can be converted to provide additional accommodation (perhaps a third bedroom) without the need for planning.
The gardens front and rear are beautifully landscaped and low maintenance and there is driveway parking to the front.
The property is fully double glazed and centrally heated.
5.19 x 3.78 (17'0" x 12'4")
Light and spacious with patio doors opening out to the balcony and providing lovely sea views. There is oak effect laminate flooring and the room is semi open plan to the kitchen. Throughout the lounge there are slate sills sourced from the grounds of the property.
Lovely raised patio balcony with wrought iron railings stretching the width of the lounge and facing the coast. The balcony has a very sunny aspect and is the perfect spot to enjoy the sea views and spectacular sunsets this coast is famous for.
3.5 x 3.29 (11'5" x 10'9")
A stylish kitchen with ceramic slate effect tiled flooring and a range of contemporary wall and base units (including larder units). With built in oven and hob with extractor over, integrated dishwasher, washing machine and larder style fridge freezer. There is room for table and chairs and French doors open out to the garden beyond.
3.19 x 3.66 (10'5" x 12'0")
A generous double bedroom with sea views from the window to the front.
3.17 x 3.8 (10'4" x 12'5")
A further double bedroom with sea views.
1.71 x 2.57 (5'7" x 8'5")
A beautiful bathroom with white suite comprising of WC, hand basin and feature bath with shower over. Attractively tiled with obscure window to the rear and period style heated towel rail.
3.14 x 5.09 (10'3" x 16'8")
On the ground floor, this large room has wooden cladded walls and windows to two sides with lighting, power and radiator. This room could be converted to provide a third bedroom, home office, gym etc without the need for planning permission. Alternatively it is an extremely useful workshop.
5.19 x 5.09 (17'0" x 16'8")
With electric up and over door, lighting, power and radiator. There is also natural light from a window to the side.
There is driveway parking for two cars in front of the double garage. There are landscaped gardens surrounding the house with mature tree, shrubs and flowers. The rear also has raised decked and stone chipped seating areas, flower beds, bushes and shrubs and views of the mountains and sea. At the top of the garden is also a shed.
The property is connected to mains electricity, gas water and drainage. It is fully double glazed with gas central heating. It is Council Tax Band D.
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.