Tyn Y Pistyll, Trawsfynydd, Blaenau Ffestiniog, Gwynedd, LL41 4TB
The big lounge and low doorways, beamed ceiling and stove provide a favourable cottage style impression as you enter this attractively updated 2 bedroom home. It has oil fired central heating, uPVC double glazing and especially attractive joinery, with pine ledge and brace doors. It certainly feels up to date with some integrated kitchen appliances and modern white bathroom suite. Overall we would say it's got a combination of comfort and character, just leaving you with the overgrown rear garden to sort out!
Mind your head! Unsuitable if you are tall as the low doorways in this cottage could cause serious injury, but it is warm and comfortable with lots of character, oil CH, uPVC DG, exposed beams and an overgrown garden.
As of the beginning of 2018 the property is currently rented out to a member of the owners family who is looking after the cottage. They will vacate once a sale goes through. Viewing appointments will usually require 48 hours notice.
From Dolgellau proceed north up the A470 for about 10 miles and take the second left turn into Trawsfynydd and Tyn y Pistyll is the row of terraced cottages on the right hand side.
Tyn y Pistyll is signposted on the corner of the main road and number five is identifiable by our For Sale Board on the front.
The property stands just off the main A470 road with no other houses opposite and a view towards mountainous scenery beyond the main road to the front. There is on street parking and the village centre is within a few hundred metres.
Trawsfynydd has been by-passed by the main road and is situated in the heart of the Snowdonia National Park. It is a village environment which stands amongst outstanding natural countryside with a mountainous backdrop of scenery. The community is well served by a good range of amenities including shops, primary school and bus services. The town benefits from good road links to the market town of Dolgellau to the south and the harbour town of Porthmadog to the north.
Trawsfynydd is central to the £4 million Snowdonia One Big Adventure Project which has developed outdoor adventure activities locally. Trawsfynydd power station is being decommissioned and Llyn Trawsfynydd lake is also now part of Snowdonia Enterprise Zone providing excellent angling and a walking and cycling trail. Coed y Brenin also is within about 5 miles where there are forestry walks and nationally acclaimed mountain biking trails for all abilities.
6.37m x 3.59m (20' 11" x 11' 9") max.
uPVC double glazed front door, Efel stove, beamed ceiling, laminate flooring, wall lights, staircase.
3.68m x 2.71m (12' 1" x 8' 11")
Ceramic floor tiling, uPVC double glazed door to rear, double glazed roof window, modern fitted units with worktops, inset electric hob with cooker hood over, oven and fridge, space and plumbing for washing machine, wall cupboards, wine rack, base cupboards and drawers, spot lighting, oil fired combination boiler providing hot water and supplying radiators.
First Floor Landing
3.67m x 2.96m (12' x 9' 9") max.
Built in cupboard, view of open scenery in the distance.
3.34m max. x 1.77m plus recess (10' 11" x 5' 10")
Double glazed roof window.
1.78m x 1.67m (5' 10" x 5' 6")
Floor and wall tiling, roof window, white suite comprising toilet, hand basin and bath with shower screen and shower attachment.
The front garden has a stone wall and slate paving, which sets the property back from the road. Step lead up at the rear to an overgrown garden area which is in need of cultivation.