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The Quay, Barmouth, Gwynedd, LL42 1ET
£139,950

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The Quay, Barmouth, Gwynedd, LL42 1ET

STOP PRESS - Good news if you want to holiday letting! A deed of variation has now been registered and the lease does not prohibit holiday lettings here. Situated by the quayside it's so beautiful that it's hard to glance away from the glorious estuary view. This very well presented second floor 2 bedroom flat with large windows offers a very special outlook. It's right in the heart of scenic Barmouth, on the quay amongst the eateries and so close to the sandy beach around the corner. People watch to your hearts content as the boats gently bob on the harbour in the background. What a spot!

STOP PRESS - Good news if you want to do holiday lettings! A deed of variation of the lease has been registered so holiday lettings are not prohibited. It really is a pleasure to just be enjoying the panorama over the harbour and mountains. All the view none of the hustle bustle! Very well presented second floor 2 bedroom flat with outstanding estuary and harbour views, right in the heart of the town with the sandy beach around the corner. What a spot!

Location

From Sanderson Estate Agents Barmouth office turn right on the High Street and proceed into Church Street, heading towards the harbour. Turn right after the church, continuing under the railway bridge. The flat is situated just along from here, on the quay, above the Isis restaurant. It is accessed along a narrow alleyway on the left which leads around to the rear where there is a shared external metal staircase.

Directions

The harbour is one of the most scenic parts of Barmouth and the views from this second floor flat are even more spectacular than from the quayside. Below it are harbourside eateries and the slipway is almost opposite. If you've got a boat on the moorings you could easily keep an eye on it from here! Barmouth (an anglicised name) is a small harbour town with an interesting maritime history connected to the wool trade, boat building and fishing. It is situated on the Cambrian Coast just beyond the fringe of the Snowdonia National Park. Local public footpaths provide access to outstanding natural scenery and there are beaches and spectacular coastline nearby.

General Information

Reception Hallway

uPVC entrance door, wood effect laminate flooring, programmable electric radiator, utility cupboard with plumbing for washing machine and hot water cylinder,

Shower Room

Refitted full width shower cubicle, with Triton electric shower control, heated towel rail, extractor fan, toilet, pedestal hand basin. wall and floor tiling.

Kitchen

3.50m max into recess x 1.54m (11' 6" x 5' 1") Comprising a range of fitted base and wall units with glazed display cupboard. Laminate worktops, 1.5 bowl sink and drainer, tiled splash backs, electric hob with extractor hood over and electric oven under, space for fridge.

Dining Area

5.35m x 2.25m max (17' 7" x 7' 5")
Space for the dining table and chairs, carpet, programmable electric radiator, meter housing. Stairs down to Bedroom 1.

Bay Fronted Lounge

5.18m into bay x 3.88m max (17' x 12' 9") uPVC double glazed bay window affording magnificent views across the harbour to Barmouth viaduct and the Cader Idris mountain range beyond. Feature fireplace with electric flame effect heater, marble hearth and insert, built in alcove cupboard, carpet, programmable electric radiator.

Bedroom 1

3.05m max x 3.18m max (10' x 10' 5")
uPVC double glazed window, carpet, programmable electric radiator.

Bedroom 2

3.04m x 1.89m (10' x 6' 2") uPVC double glazed window affording magnificent views over the harbour and Barmouth bridge to Cader Idris mountain range beyond, programmable electric radiator, carpet.

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01341 281 599


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The harbour is one of the most scenic parts of Barmouth and the views from this second floor flat are even more spectacular than from the quayside. Below it are harbourside eateries and the slipway is almost opposite. If you've got a boat on the moorings you could easily keep an eye on it from here! Barmouth (an anglicised name) is a small harbour town with an interesting maritime history connected to the wool trade, boat building and fishing. It is situated on the Cambrian Coast just beyond the fringe of the Snowdonia National Park. Local public footpaths provide access to outstanding natural scenery and there are beaches and spectacular coastline nearby.





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