Offers In The Region Of £159,000
Pennal, Machynlleth, Gwynedd, Wales
Hallway - Wooden entrance door. Slate flagstone flooring. Beamed ceiling. Coat hanging space. Radiator. Useful overhead storage cupboard. Door to:-
Kitchen - 4.79m x 2.76m (15' 9" x 9' 1")
Positioned at the rear of the property with a range of fitted wall and base units. Stainless steel sink unit with hot and cold mixer tap. Electric cooker point and space for fridge. Slate flagstone flooring. Electric wall heater and radiator. Understairs storage cupboard, stairs rising to first floor landing. UPVC window overlooking the rear patio. UPVC double glazed window. Door leading to rear hallway, archway leading to:-
Living Room - 3.58m x 2.95m (11' 9" x 9' 8")
Positioned at the front of the property with UPVC window to front elevation enjoying distant hillside views and lift up window seat. Solid wood flooring. Feature fireplace with a chilli penguin log burner on slate hearth. Beamed ceiling. TV point and phone line. Radiator.
Rear Hallway - Rear door leading outside. Tiled flooring. Radiator. Aztec electric central heating boiler. Electric meter. Door leading to:-
Shower Room - A fitted white suite comprising low level W.C. Wash hand basin. Shower cubicle with shower over. Fully tiled walls and tiled flooring. Electric heated towel rail. UPVC window. Electric water heater.
Landing - Split level landing providing access to the three bedrooms. Loft access hatch. Wooden floor. Doors to:-
Bedroom One - 3.34m x 3.28m (10' 11" x 10' 9")
Spacious double bedroom positioned at the front of the property. UPVC double glazed window enjoying distant hillside views. Wooden floor. Decorative feature fireplace. Radiator.
Bedroom Two - 2.65m x 3.37m (8' 8" x 11' 1")
Double bedroom at the rear of the property with UPVC double glazed window from floor to ceiling. Wooden floor. Radiator. Decorative feature fireplace.
Bedroom Three - 2.99m x 1.88m (9' 10" x 6' 2")
Single bedroom positioned at the rear of the property. UPVC double glazed window to rear. Wooden floor. Radiator.
Front - To the front of the property is off road parking for one car.
Rear - To the rear of the property is a patio seating area which offers a pleasant space for a table and chairs. A useful outbuilding is opposite the patio seating area. A right of way runs across the rear of the patio for the adjacent property to gain access onto the lane.
A large detached lawned garden is located down the Right of Way, currently a blank canvas it could be cultivated into a pleasant outside space enjoying distant countryside views or an extra parking space.
Services - None of the services have been tried or tested by the selling agents, however it was noted that mains water, drainage and electricity are connected to the property. Electric central heating system and UPVC double glazed windows.
Agents Note - Please note the property has a flying freehold with the adjoining property.
The property will be unfurnished, however, the seller is willing to sell some furniture at a negotiated price.
Viewing - Strictly by appointment through the selling agents RG Jones - 01678 520495 - firstname.lastname@example.org
Council Tax - Gwynedd Council Tax Band C.
Tenure & Possession - We are advised that the freehold property is offered with vacant possession upon completion.
Local & Planning Authority - Local Authority: : Cyngor Gwynedd Council, Shirehall
Street, Caernarfon, Gwynedd, LL55 1SH
Tel: 01286 682689
Planning Authority: Snowdonia National Park
Authority, National Park Office, Penrhyndeudraeth,
Gwynedd, LL48 6LF
Tel : 01766 770274
Directions - From Tywyn proceed towards Aberdyfi and continue along the A493 for approximately 6 miles. Upon reaching Pennal, pass The Riverside which will be on the right hand side. The property will be found a short distance along the road on the right hand side and can be identified by our for sale board.
Location and Situation - The property is located off the A493 linking Machynlleth and Pennal with Aberdyfi and Tywyn. 2 Tithe Barn is situated in the centre of the village of Pennal which has a family run country pub and hotel The Glan Yr Afon/ Riverside and also Macdonalds Plas Talgarth resort. The village is built around the course of the Afon Sychan which flows into the River Dyfi.
There are many scenic walks in the Dyfi and Dysynni valleys which are ideal for walkers, climbers and wildlife enthusiasts. It is also an ideal base for exploring some of the popular attractions like the Clywedog Reservoir, Snowdonia National Park, Centre for Alternative Technology, Dyfi Valley, Corris Craft Centre, the Vale of Rheidol Railway and Devil's Bridge gorge in the Vale of Rheidol, Talyllyn Narrow Gauge Steam Railway, Cadair Idris, Birds Rock, Craig yr Aderyn the Mountain biking centre at Coed y Brenin near Dolgellau and WhiteWater Rafting Centre near Bala.
The county road/lane of Happy Valley/Cwm Maethlon is located in the small hamlet of Cwrt, which is an alternative route to the main coast road to Tywyn. Approximately 10 minutes’ drive along this narrow road/lane you will see a car park with sign for Llyn Barfog/Bearded Lake.
The property is also within easy reach of the market town of Machynlleth which has a weekly market. The town offers a range of facilities to include independent shops, cafes, Public houses, Health centre, Hospital, Bank, Leisure centre, 9 Hole heathland Golf course and a multi-arts complex featuring exhibitions, concerts and an annual festival each August featuring musicians from all over the world.
The Harbour village of Aberdyfi approximately 5 miles away is where there are varied facilities such as a range of shops and boutiques, together with bistros and restaurants together with an exclusive Hotel. A yacht club and sailing club at the small harbour area accommodates those interested in marine sports and activities. The four mile sandy beaches and dunes that stretch along the Cardigan Bay coast and the Estuary are ideal for the water sport enthusiasts. For the golfing enthusiast there is an 18 hole championship golf course, considered to be one of the finest in Wales.
On the coastal path you’ll find some spectacular scenery along the Cardigan Bay Coastline. The Cambrian Coast Railway Line runs through Tywyn, Aberdyfi and Machynlleth with connections running along the West Coast to Pwllheli, also to Aberystwyth and also to the Midlands Area.