Offers In The Region Of £149,995 - Under Offer
Belgrave Road, Fairbourne, Gwynedd, Wales
Entrance Porch - Steps leading to double glazed door opening to Porch. With single glazed windows. Door leading to:-
Entrance Hall - Stairs leading to first floor landing and lower ground floor. Window to side elevation. Telephone point. Doors leading to:-
Living Room - 4.78m x 4.02m (15' 8" x 13' 2") Including Bay Window.
Large bay window to front elevation providing an abundance of natural light with UPVC casement windows. Victorian cast iron fireplace with glazed tiles and decorative feature wooden surround. Radiator. Picture rail. TV Point.
Kitchen With Dining Area - 4.14m x 4.02m (13' 7" x 13' 2")
Two UPVC double glazed windows to rear elevation. A range of fitted wall and base units. Stainless steel sink inset. Radiator. Appliance spaces. Plumbing for washing machine. Picture rail. 'Parkray Chiltern' multifuel stove with back boiler providing central heating and domestic hot water in inglenook fireplace with built in cupboards including airing cupboard.
Bathroom - With UPVC double glazed window to rear elevation. White fitted suite comprising low level W.C. panelled bath with Triton electric shower over. Wash hand basin. Radiator.
Landing - Stairs leading to second floor. Radiator. Window to side elevation. Understairs storage cupboard. Doors leading to:-
Bedroom One - 4.60m x 3.96m (15' 1" x 13')
With feature Victorian fireplace comprising cast iron grate with glazed tiles and tiled hearth with attractive wooden surround. Feature bay window to front elevation providing plenty of natural light. Radiator. Telephone point. Picture rail.
Bedroom Two - 4.84m x 3.41m (15' 11" x 11' 2")
Positioned at the rear of the property. Bay window to rear elevation with distant mountain views. Radiator. Built in wardrobe and storage cupboards.
Bedroom Three - 3.96m x 2.43m (13' x 8')
UPVC window to rear elevation. Radiator. Wash hand basin.
Landing - Loft access hatch. Sky light. Doors leading to:-
Bedroom Four - 4.87m x 2.77m (16' x 9' 1")
UPVC window to front elevation. Radiator.
Bedroom Five - 2.74m x 2.47m (9' x 8' 1")
UPVC window to front elevation with distant view of hillside. Radiator. Partially exposed beam.
Bedroom Six - 4.02m x 3.99m (13' 2" x 13' 1")
UPVC window to rear elevation enjoying views towards the Mawddach Estuary. Radiator.
Bathroom - Low level W.C. Wash hand basin. Panelled bath. Velux window. Radiator. Partially exposed beam.
- Open tread staircase from Entrance Hall provides access to:-
Hallway - Currently utilised as a working area with UPVC window to front elevation. Radiator. Door leading to:-
Living Room/Galley Kitchen - 5.66m x 4.84m (18' 7" x 15' 11") MAXIMUM
Range of base units with stainless steel sink inset. Electric cooker connection. UPVC window to rear elevation providing natural light. Door leading to rear garden. Door to:-
Bedroom - 4.57m x 3.96m (15' x 13')
Two UPVC double glazed windows to front elevation. Radiator.
Shower Room - Tiled shower cubicle with electric shower. Low level W.C. Wash hand basin. UPVC window to rear.
Front - To the front of the property is a lawned garden with slate path and patio with gravelled borders. Surfaced path alongside house leading to rear.
Rear - Surfaced rear garden with ornamental shrubs and trees in borders. Raised vegetable bed. Pedestrian access to rear lane. Access to:-
Garage - 5.79m x 3.71m (19' x 12' 2")
Detached with up and over door from rear lane. Window to side. Power and lighting. Wall mounted shelving.
Council Tax Band - Gwynedd Council Band D.
Services - None of the services have been tried or tested by the selling agent, however it was noted that Mains Water, Electricity and Drainage are connected.
Viewing - Strictly by appointment through RG Jones, Tywyn -1654 710132 or email Tywyn@rgjones-property.co.uk
Agents Note - Flood defences – There is specific Flood Risk Management for Fairbourne (https://naturalresources.wales/flooding/managing-flood-risk/flood-risk-management-programme/fairbourne-flood-risk-management-an-overview/?lang=en) and all potential buyers of property within the flood risk area in Fairbourne are advised to satisfy themselves that they are familiar with the details and proposals. See also http://fairbourne.info/
- Fairbourne is a popular residential village situated on the Cardigan Bay Coast by the Mawddach Estuary which is renowned for its natural beauty. Fairbourne beach is a two mile stretch of sand backed up with natural pebble banks. The area is popular with watersport enthusiasts and is ideally located for those who enjoy outdoor recreational activities. The Fairbourne Railway runs along the coast from Fairbourne Station to meet the ferry boat which crosses the Estuary to Barmouth.
The village has a variety of shops, cafes and a post office. A primary school is located in nearby Friog. Supermarkets and shops, together with other services and facilities are available at the nearby towns of Dolgellau and Barmouth. The village is located on the Cambrian Coast Railway route with links to the Midlands.
Fairbourne is approached by turning left at Friog when travelling on the A493 towards Dolgellau. On entering the village over the railway crossing turn right after passing and follow this road around into Belgrave Road.