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Charming Cottage Set In 7 Acres Of Land With One Of The Finest Views On The Lleyn Peninsula.
Located on the Northern coast of the Llyn Peninsula, Nestled upon the Mountain with enviable, breathtaking and uninterrupted views towards both Morfa Nefyn and Nefyn Bays and the coastline beyond. The neighbouring village of Morfa Nefyn home to the award winning golf course with coastal views and the fishing village of Porthdinallen, with the newly renovated lifeboat station and the world famous Ty Coch public house nestled on the beach. Edern, Tudweiliog and Pistyll are also within easy reach and the main servicing town of Pwllheli and the village of Abersoch lie to the southern coastline.
Affording one of the finest views on the Lleyn peninsula Fron Oleu is a charming character cottage located in a enviable position, enjoying breathtaking views towards both Nefyn and Morfa Nefyn headland, Anglesey beyond and across the sea as far reaching as the Irish Wicklow Mountains on a clear day. A picture postcard residence set within approximately 7 acres of land perfect to enjoy the unrivalled sunsets and the Mynydd Nefyn location. The current vendor has lovingly renovated and maintained the accommodation to a very good standard and careful to retain the many character features however with the modern benefits of oil fired central heating and double glazing. Comprising of a generous open plan lounge and kitchen with a inglenook fireplace and high ceilings, two bedrooms, family bathroom and a fully boarded loft room with a more recent addition of the garden room/bedroom 3 and shower room to the gable end. With access leading to the rural setting the external areas are perfectly designed to compliment the cottage and setting with well maintained gardens surrounding the property and leading to the fantastic enclosed paddocks amounting to some 7 acres of land in total. Early viewing is highly recommended to avoid disappointment.