Situated in the quiet coastal village of Llanfair near Harlech in the Snowdonia National Park, this detached stone built bungalow presents an exciting opportunity for a number of buyers. It has been recently modernised and benefits from full oil fired central heating, full hard wood double glazing, off road parking for two vehicles and a lovely garden with a sunny aspect. Although the property is currently configured as a large one bedroom property it was previously configured as a two bedroom dormer bungalow and could readily be reconverted subject to the required planning consents.
4.78 x 2.38 (15'8" x 7'9")
Large and welcoming with beautiful exposed stone feature wall, utility cupboard and radiators. Wooden doors leading through to;
Fully tiled walls and floor, fitted with white low level WC, wash handbasin set in vanity unit and radiator.
5.32 x 3.70 (17'5" x 12'1")
A large light and airy room due to the hardwood clear double glazed French doors leading out to the rear garden area and further window also overlooking the garden. Feature exposed stone & brick fireplace with slate hearth and two radiators. Door leading through to;
5.19 x 2.78 (17'0" x 9'1")
Fitted with a range of wooden fronted wall and floor units. Integrated electric oven, microwave, hob and dishwasher. Space and plumbing for washing machine. Lovely exposed stone feature wall. Double glazed hard wood window overlooking front of property and on to hillside beyond.
4.47 x 2.48 (14'7" x 8'1")
With built in wardrobe, two radiators and double glazed hard wood window overlooking rear garden. Door through to;
3.29 x 2.89 (10'9" x 9'5")
Fitted with white suite comprising low level WC, bidet and wash handbasin set in large vanity unit with matching wall mounted mirrored cupboards above. Double sized enclosed shower cubicle with electric shower, fully tiled walls and floor, two obscure glazed windows, heated towel rail and radiator.
The property is accessed through a shared gravelled driveway and has room to park two vehicles adjacent to the side of the house. To the front of the property is set to Indian sandstone paving slabs which are carried on through to the rear stone walled garden which enjoys a sunny aspect and lovely countryside views. The rear garden is very low maintenance dotted with raised beds and a pergola.
Llanfair is a picturesque, slightly elevated village overlooking Pensarn Harbour and its yacht moorings, Shell Island, beautiful local beaches and open farmland. It lies within the boundary of the Snowdonia National Park. The nearest beach is a pleasant footpath stroll to Llandanwg or the glorious golden sand sweep of Harlech is about a 15 minute walk along the recently opened 'Wales Coast Path' or a five minute drive.
The village of Llanbedr with shops and three superb pubs/restaurants is a five minute drive away or a delightful walk along country lanes and paths. Harlech with its formidable World Heritage Listed castle, beautiful sandy beach and the internationally renowned Royal St David's links golf course just over a mile north of the village and again is a delightful walk. Further afield are the larger towns of Barmouth (8 miles) and Porthmadog (12 miles) which offer more shops and large supermarkets.
The nearest railway station is a ten minute walk away located on the Cambrian Coastal Line which runs between Aberystwyth, Pwllheli and Shrewsbury, continuing to Birmingham and then beyond. Behind the village of Llanfair is the spectacular Rhinog mountain range that comprises varying hiking challenges for all abilities.