Fron Hyfryd Terrace, Llithfaen, Pwllheli
- Beautiful Two Bedroom Rural Cottage
- Open Plan Ground Floor
- Fantastic Views
- Double Glazed
The rendered, mid-terraced home enjoys open-plan, ground floor living accommodation, a shower room and two double bedrooms with lovely views over surrounding countryside and down to the Irish Sea.
The property is fully double glazed and warmed by electric storage heaters and dual-fuel burners with instant hot water from an electrically powered boiler.
LIVING ROOM / KITCHEN / DINER
17’ 11” (5.46m) x 15’ 5” (4.70m)
The front door opens onto a porch with a solid-wood internal door then leading through to the open-plan ground floor living accommodation, benefitting from carpets, exposed timber beams and a delightful inglenook fireplace, equipped with a cast-iron dual-fuel burner set below a solid-wood mantle.
A recessed alcove to the left is already fitted with timber lockers and half-glazed cabinets, incorporating the TV point. An adjacent awning window allows plenty of natural light with the space below currently occupied by a modest dining table and chairs.
There’s still room enough for soft-furnishings around the inglenook fireplace with a number of power sockets located around the room.
The kitchen is at the rear of the property and incorporates partially-glazed base and wall units for storage, a recently fitted electric oven, grill and four-ring electric hob and a composite circular sink set below a second window overlooking countryside to the rear.
Splashback tiles have been fitted above the galley-style worktops while a dedicated shelf above the stove is also ideal for a microwave oven.
6’ 0” (1.83m) x 5’ 5” (1.65m)
The shower room adjoins the ground-floor accommodation adjacent to the stairs to the first floor and is equipped with a corner-quadrant cubicle, WC and hand basin.
14’ 11” (4.55m) x 7’ 11” (2.41m)
Largely decorated in neutral colours, the larger of the two bedrooms is currently carpeted in blue, with plenty of natural light flooding through the three-quarter-length windows overlooking the courtyard garden at the front of the house.
Warmth in winter is from a wall-mounted electric storage heater with additional features including an authentic latched wooden door, central ceiling light and power socket to the side of the space for a double bed.
9’ 9” (2.97m) x 9’ 0” (2.74m)
Also decorated in neutral colours, the second bedroom at the rear of the property is also large enough to accommodate a double bed, with natural light from an awning window adjacent to the latched timber door.
The room is also carpeted, warmed in winter by a wall-mounted electric storage heater with power sockets on one wall.
A very useful loft space with electric light ideal for storage or potential living area, subject to the usual consents.
Although surrounded by open countryside with hillside views all the way down to the Irish Sea, the property does enjoy its own garden, a small lawn at the front including a timber shed, a post for a washing line and access to off-street parking shared with neighbouring homes.
Steps from here lead up to a concrete patio, ideal for relaxing and enjoying the extensive views in the warmer summer months. This area also includes a covered wheelie bin store and a small storage space ideal for logs or other fuel for the fires in winter.
Just a little up the hill from the village of Llithfaen, the property is nevertheless within relatively easy reach of local amenities, including a corner shop and a popular pub, owned and run by the local community who purchased it in 1988. Also used as a base for walkers, the inn hosts regular sing-songs, live music and pub sports including darts and pool.
Buses stopping in the village also run regularly to Trefor, Nefyn, Pistyll and Pwllheli – the latter offering onward direct Transport For Wales train services to Machynlleth and Birmingham International.
Additional amenities in Pwllheli around six miles to the south include an Asda and Lidl supermarket as well as plenty of restaurants, pubs and fast-food takeaways offering cuisine from around the world.
The peninsula boasts a host of beautiful, unspoiled beaches with the Snowdonia National Park just 15 miles or so to the east. Caernarfon is also around 14 miles north-east, offering a large, edge-of-town Tesco superstore, a Morrison’s supermarket closer to the town centre, a good selection of eateries, coffee shops, cafes and bars and an active harbour and marina.
These particulars are intended to give a fair description of the property but their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not constitute an offer of contract. Intending purchasers must rely on their own inspection of the property.
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