Offers In The Region Of £197,500 - Under Offer
Llewelyn Drive, Fairbourne, Gwynedd, Wales
Entrance/Home Office - 1.96m x 4.01m (6' 5" x 13' 2")
UPVC entrance door. Wall mounted electric oil filled radiator. UPVC windows to front and side. Laminate flooring. Door to:-
Entrance Hall - Stairs leading to first floor. Fitted carpet. Wall mounted electric oil filled radiator. Doors to:-
Lounge - 6.45m x 3.31m (21' 2" x 10' 10")
A light and spacious room, with UPVC window to front elevation and sliding patio door to rear conservatory. Fitted carpet. Brick built fireplace with open fire and back boiler. Two wall mounted electric oil filled radiator. Doors to:-
Conservatory - 4.13m x 2.10m (13' 7" x 6' 11")
Of UPVC construction with PVC roof. French doors leading onto the garden, with lovely views over the fields and mountains to the rear. Vinyl flooring. From the Lounge, door leads to:-
Kitchen - 4.20m x 4.26m (13' 9" x 14')
A nicely proportioned kitchen with a range of wall and base units with central island. Walk in pantry. Electric cooker point. Plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher. Stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap. Space for fridge/freezer. UPVC window to rear enjoying lovely open views of the garden and scenery. Electric oil filled tower radiator. Vinyl flooring. Opening leading to dining room, doorway to:-
Rear Porch - Of timber construction. Vinyl flooring. Doorway to garden.
Dining Room/Bedroom Three - 3.08m x 3.06m (10' 1" x 10')
Previously the third bedroom and could easily be returned by plaster boarding the opening to the kitchen. Vinyl flooring. UPVC window to the side. Airing cupboard housing hot water cylinder. Wall mounted electric oil filled radiator. Door to Entrance Hall.
Family Bathroom - W.C. Wash hand basin. Bath with 'Mira' shower over. Glass screen. Partially tiled walls. UPVC window to the side elevation. Electric heated towel tail. Wood flooring.
Landing - Carpet. Loft access hatch. Doors to:-
Bedroom One - 4.13m x 3.40m (13' 7" x 11' 2")
A spacious double bedroom. UPV window to the front providing plenty of light. A range of fitted wardrobes with eaves storage beyond. Wall mounted electric oil filled radiator. Painted floorboards. UPVC French doors leading onto balcony area providing space for a table and chairs, with views to the rear up the valley.
Bedroom Two - 4.29m x 3.04m (14' 1" x 10')
A double bedroom with UPVC window to the front elevation. Painted floorboards. Fitted wardrobes. Wall mounted electric oil filled radiator.
Shower Room - W.C. Wash hand basin. Shower cubicle with tiled walls and 'Triton' shower. Wood flooring. UPVC window to rear with views up the valley. Electric heated towel rail.
Front - The property is approached from the road via an in and out driveway with gates. Ample off road parking to the front for cars, boat or caravan, with access down either side of the property providing pedestrianised access to the rear garden with fuel store and space for bins.
Rear - The rear garden is a real feature of Seaward. It has been extensively landscaped by the current owners to provide a lovely place to sit out and enjoy the fantastic views over the open fields to the rear of the property, with the Mawddach estuary and hills in the distance. The garden has an assortment of shrubs and plants, with a main lawned area. To the centre is a pleasant seating area, with large patio directly behind the house.
Access from here can be gained to the storage shed along with:-
Utility Room - With door to the rear. Room for a chest freezer and tumble dryer. Concrete flooring, power and light. Door to:-
Garage - 4.87m x 3.04m (16' x 10')
Currently partially partitioned with a storage space at the front. Ample storage space. Power, lighting and concrete floor. Up and over door.
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/
For further information on this please contact the selling agents.
Viewing - By appointment only through the selling agents RG Jones, Tywyn.
Council Tax - Gwynedd Council Tax Band C.
Services - None of the services have been tried or tested by the selling agent, however it was noted mains water drainage and electricity are connected.
- Fairbourne is a lively village with shops, pub, post office, food outlets and deli.
It has its own miniature railway which connects with a ferry to Barmouth and direct mainline rail services to Birmingham International and the coastal resorts to Pwllheli.
There are easy walking coastal and estuary paths and local hill walking for the more adventurous.
Beach pony trekking and Fairbourne Gold Club are available nearby.
The beach is long and safe and is about 200 metres from the house. This would make the house an ideal coastal permanent or holiday home.