6.17m x 1.14m
Entrance porch with double glazed windows to the front
3.63m x 5.46m
Entrance hall/Dining Room- Inglenook fireplace with a Oil fired burner, tiled flooring, storage cupboard with windows to front and rear, Latched Oak doors.
Kitchen/ Breakfast Room
4.90m x 3.23m
Fitted kitchen with a range of wall and floor cupboards with work surfaces over. Window to side with a deep sill, Belfast sink, Tiled flooring and an AGA. Space and plumbing for a washing machine and space for a tall fridge/freezer. Stable door to the front. Latched oak door to the dining room.
Shower Room One
2.44m x 2.13m
Corner double shower cubicle with wash basin, W.C and window to side. Latched oak door.
3.53m x 1.19m
Useful utility area/boiler room with plumbing connection for washing machine and dryer.
1.37m x 1.14m
With original partly glazed pine door to lounge.
7.70m x 5.46m
A comfortable living space with windows to front and rear, Inglenook fireplace with a multi fuel burner, feature stone wall, wooden style flooring. Stable door to the rear.
2.34m x 5.46m
Two windows, downstairs bedroom or study.
1.73m x 3.43m
Landing area with access to the bedrooms, shower room and wooden open staircase leading to the Crog Loft bedroom.
2.34m x 5.64m
Bedroom with window to front and rear.
3.10m x 3.18m
Window to front.
3.10m x 2.36m
Window to rear.
Shower Room Two
1.73m x 2.11m
Corner shower cubicle with low flush W.C, feature wash basin, heated towel rail and window to front.
2.44m x 3.12m
Wooden open staircase giving access with skylight window.
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48 X 23. - A detached storage unit/workshop with roller door and a pedestrian access. Suitable for numerous purposes with two mezzanine storage areas and overhead gantry with block and tackle. Power and light connection with outside water tap.
Main property planning.
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Planning permission has been granted to extend the Kitchen and to include an integrated conservatory, and on the upper floor a double bedroom and a family bathroom. Full information will be available at the Beresford Adams, Pwllheli office and on the Cyngor Gwynedd Council website.
Gardens, grounds and land.
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Approached by the private driveway leading to the ample parking area, workshop and storage caravan. The gardens surround the property include further gravelled parking areas, seating area with countryside views, rear gardens laid to lawn with a tree lined walkway.
5.48 Acres and small paddock.
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The property and gardens sit within 5.48 acres of land, this includes the mentioned gardens as well as the access to the mixed woodland area, a wilderness wildlife area all to the front with pond. In addition to this area there is a small paddock which lies adjacent to the B4417 Morfa Nefyn/Nefyn road with separate access.
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Nefyn is a popular village with a range of local stores, hotel, public house, eateries, restaurant, doctors surgery, pharmacy and primary school. Famous for the beach and the coastal walks, perfectly located for the surrounding towns and villages including Morfa Nefyn offering further amenities including a Golf course. Located to the Southern coastline the market town Pwllheli is popular town offers a wide range of shops, cafes, restaurants, banks and schools and famous for the leisure facilities including golf course, leisure centre, yachting marina and two beaches. With bus and train links to the surrounding town, villages and attractions including Portmeirion, Criccieth, Caernarfon and the Snowdonia national park.