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Tregarth, Marine Parade, Barmouth, Gwynedd, LL42 1NA
£265,000

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Tregarth, Marine Parade, Barmouth, Gwynedd, LL42 1NA

Live just opposite the beach and have space for 2 families.This stone built bay fronted 4 storey mid terraced house provides extensive accommodation and is laid out as 2 maisonettes which can use separate entrances front and rear.The property is tidy and clean but is only appointed to a basic standard and it is expected that most potential purchasers would want to make considerable expenditure on upgrading and improvements throughout the property.There are some electric storage heaters and some Upvc double glazed windows.

Opposite the promenade with terrific sea and beach views. This 4 storey terrace, in need of upgrading, with cellarage and a small garden is a rare find and not to be missed!

Location

From Sanderson estate agents walk towards the promenade across the level crossing and take the next right turn into Marine Parade. Proceed past the amusements on your left and Tregarth is situated on the right hand side about 150m past The Venue. It is right next to Marine Court and can easily be identified the Tregarth nameplate by the front door and our For Sale Board.

Directions

Tregarth benefits from a favourable and sunny westerly aspect and looks right out over the promenade and beach opposite. The sea views from the upper floors are nothing short of spectacular. Barmouth is a coastal harbour town with a maritime history related to the wool trade, boat building and fishing. Its original name Y Bermo (in Welsh) is still affectionately used by locals, whilst some more modern signs also refer to its other Welsh name Abermaw. It is situated on the Cambrian Coast just beyond the fringe of the Snowdonia National Park. Public footpaths provide access to outstanding natural scenery and Cardigan Bay provides vast beaches and a spectacular coastline. Barmouth has a very picturesque harbour, lifeboat and a good range of shops, pubs and restaurants. There is a modern leisure centre, Public Park with tennis courts and Doctor’s surgery. The town developed in the Victorian era due to the newly established rail link which still runs to The Midlands and other local coastal towns.

General Information

Accommodation

Ground Floor Entrance Lobby

Lobby and Reception Hallway

uPVC entrance door, double doors through to hall with laminate floor, staircase, original coving, storage heater.

Bay Fronted Lounge

4.91m x 4.80m (16' 1" x 15' 9") plus uPVC double glazed bay window. 2 Dimplex storage heaters, original ceiling coving, tiled fireplace.

Dining Room

4.75m x 4.04m (15' 7" x 13' 3") Sash window, tiled fireplace, Dimplex storage heater.

Inner Lobby

Storage cupboard.

Ground Floor Toilet

uPVC double glazed window, toilet, wash basin.

Breakfast Room

3.55m x 2.78m (11' 8" x 9' 1") uPVC double glazed window, Dimplex storage heater, tiled fireplace, under stairs storage cupboard.

Ground Floor Kitchen

3.83m x 2.91m (12' 7" x 9' 7") uPVC double glazed door and window to rear courtyard, worktops, base cupboards and drawers, stainless steel double drainer sink, space and plumbing for washing machine and slimline dishwasher, electric cooker point, wall cupboards, double glazed roof window.

Rear Hallway

Single glazed wooden door, tiled flooring, roof light, staircase.

Store Room

3.53m x 3.47m (11' 7" x 11' 5") Single glazed windows.

First Floor Split Level Landing

Sash window, staircase to second floor, fitted cupboards.

Bedroom 1

4.96m x 4.69m max. (16' 3" x 15' 5") plus uPVC double glazed bay window. Sea view, hand basin.

Bedroom 2

3.54m x 2.04m (11' 7" x 6' 8") uPVC double glazed window, sea view.

Bedroom 3

4.01m x 4.37m (13' 2" x 14' 4") Fitted cupboards, sash window, wash basin.

Shower Room

4.16m x 1.91m (13' 8" x 6' 3") max. uPVC double glazed window, wash basin, shower cubicle, toilet, cupboard with hot water cylinder and immersion heater, wall mounted Dimplex fan heater.

Second Floor Split Level Landing

There is also access to this floor from the rear staircase. Electric storage heater, staircase to third floor.

Second Floor Lounge

4.92m x 4.64m max. (16' 2" x 15' 3") plus full height uPVC double glazed bay window. Sea view, tiled fireplace, original ceiling coving, electric storage heater.

Bedroom 4

3.61m x 2.07m (11' 10" x 6' 9") uPVC double glazed window, sea view.

Sitting Room/Dining Room

4.01m x 4.57m max. (13' 2" x 15') Tiled fireplace, electric storage heater, sash window to rear.

Second Floor Bathroom

2.14m x 1.64m (7' x 5' 5") Metal bath with electric shower over, wash basin, toilet, sash window, wall mounted Dimplex fan heater.

Second Floor Kitchen

3.32m plus recess x 2.79m max. (10' 11" x 9' 2") Sash window, 2 built in cupboards, kitchen units with drawers, cupboards, worktops, double drainer stainless steel sink, wall mounted Dimplex fan heater, gas cooker point.

Top Floor Landing

Single glazed roof window.

Mezzanine Level Utility Room

5.65m max. x approx. 2.00m (18' 6" x 6' 7") Plumbing for washing machine, single glazed roof windows, water tank cupboard.

Bedroom 5

4.29m plus recess x 4.93m (14' 1" x 16' 2") uPVC double glazed window with elevated sea view.

Bedroom 6

3.56m x 2.10m (11' 8" x 6' 11") uPVC double glazed window with elevated sea view.

Bedroom 7

4.32m plus recess x 4.03m (14' 2" x 13' 3") Sash window to rear, electric storage heater.

Cellarage

Room 1 9.0m x 1.85m (29' 6" x 6' 1") Electric light, staircase down from inner hall. Room 2 4.57m x 4.12m (15' x 13' 6") Electric light, window.

Garden and Courtyard

The front garden has a sunny aspect and is laid out with a stone patio area. There is a pedestrian gate to the enclosed rear courtyard which is approximately 2.30m wide (7' 7") with lights, cold tap and an external store.

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Tregarth benefits from a favourable and sunny westerly aspect and looks right out over the promenade and beach opposite. The sea views from the upper floors are nothing short of spectacular. Barmouth is a coastal harbour town with a maritime history related to the wool trade, boat building and fishing. Its original name Y Bermo (in Welsh) is still affectionately used by locals, whilst some more modern signs also refer to its other Welsh name Abermaw. It is situated on the Cambrian Coast just beyond the fringe of the Snowdonia National Park. Public footpaths provide access to outstanding natural scenery and Cardigan Bay provides vast beaches and a spectacular coastline. Barmouth has a very picturesque harbour, lifeboat and a good range of shops, pubs and restaurants. There is a modern leisure centre, Public Park with tennis courts and Doctor’s surgery. The town developed in the Victorian era due to the newly established rail link which still runs to The Midlands and other local coastal towns.





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