Rhianfa is a beautifully presented 3 double bedroomed mid-terrace stone house set over 3 floors in a sought after village location. This deceptively spacious attractive property has been sympathetically modernised to create a lovely stylish home with a very attractive open plan lounge/kitchen/diner. With WC facilities on each of the three floors there is a ground floor WC, en-suite, and a family bathroom.
The front bedrooms have views over to the mountains in the distance and to the rear is a small enclosed courtyard and storage shed. The top floor bedroom also enjoys views over the estuary to Portmeirion.
The property benefits from newly installed internal wall and room in roof insulation. It has been rewired and a damp proof course installed in 2017.
On road parking is available outside the property and there is also a free community carpark in the village just a couple of minutes walk away as is the local village pub and children’s playground. The property is being sold with the benefit of NO ONWARD CHAIN.
7.39 x 2.94 (24'2" x 9'7")
A lovely spacious and light open plan room with bay window to the front and further window to the rear overlooking the patio area. With LVT flooring throughout.
With plenty of storage and worktop space and attractive grey units comprising of built in fridge/freezer, dishwasher and NEFF built in oven with Indesit hob over. There is a further large storage area built in under the stairs.
Large seating area with feature fireplace with wood surround and slate hearth. There is a bay window to the front with space for a dining table.
2.08 x 1.48 (6'9" x 4'10")
Utility area with space and plumbing for washing machine and tiled floor.
1.03 x 0.64 (3'4" x 2'1")
Useful downstairs cloakroom with WC.
With doors off to the two first floor bedrooms and stairs to the second floor.
3.22 x 2.3 (10'6" x 7'6")
A good sized double bedroom with window to the rear overlooking woodland, built in cupboards and door to en-suite
1.04 x 0.7 (3'4" x 2'3")
With low level WC and hand wash basin.
3.27 x 3.04 (10'8" x 9'11")
A good sized double bedroom with window to the front.
With roof light window, airing cupboard with shelving and doors off to the bedroom and bathroom.
3.11 x 3.09 (10'2" x 10'1")
With window to the front with views over the estuary to Portmeirion and distant mountain views.
3.07 x 1.67 (10'0" x 5'5")
With white suite comprising of low level WC, bath with electric shower over, hand wash basin set in vanity unit, heated towel rail and wood effect vinyl flooring. Obscure window to the rear.
Charming paved rear patio with pagoda providing a pleasant seating area and built in shed for extra storage. Bound by attractive stone wall this makes a pleasant and private outdoor area.
To front the house is set well back from the road with additional small patio area bound with iron railings and gate. On road parking is possible outside the house.
The property is connected to mains electricity, water and drainage. Heating is electric and there is double glazing throughout. The property benefits from newly installed internal wall and room in roof insulation. A damp proof course was installed in 2017.
Rhianfa is located in the village of Talsarnau within the Snowdonia National Park and home to the popular ‘Ship Aground’ public house and a primary school. it also has a community playground and carpark. It is situated on the A496 coastal road between Porthmadog and Harlech, close to the hamlets of Eisingrug and Llandecwyn. It is just 1.5 miles from the beautiful Afon Glaslyn estuary and only three miles from the historic castle town of Harlech and close to Porthmadog and all its facilities. Fantastic walking is on the doorstep with the Welsh Coastal Path passing close by, but for the more adventurous it is in close proximity to Blaenau Ffestiniog where you can enjoy all the activities at Llechwedd slate caverns, Zip World Titan (the largest zip zone in Europe), Zip World Caverns and Bounce Below (deep mine zip wires and the largest underground system of trampolines in the world!). For something a little less energetic, the well-known Ffestiniog narrow gauge steam railway is close by and the peaceful and tranquil beach at Harlech, just 3 miles away is one of the best in North Wales and you can often walk for miles along it without meeting a soul.