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9 Ardudwy Terrace, Dyffryn Ardudwy, Gwynedd, LL44 2DH
£195,000

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9 Ardudwy Terrace, Dyffryn Ardudwy, Gwynedd, LL44 2DH

There's no shortage of space inside or out - Sorry I've spoilt the fantastic surprise for you! it's not only the space though as there's a distant sea view from the top. Extensive upgrading and refurbishment means there's very little for you to do before you move in and start enjoying the sunshine in the garden and the winter by the woodburner. There is LPG central heating by radiators on all four stories as well as double glazing and extra insulation. What a combination of comfort and style there is here. Watch the short video on our own website to see all the parking space and garden area.

It looks like it's built like a castle - Huge stones means it is literally as solid as a rock and the composite front door will probably withstand a battering ram! It's been extensively refurbished top to bottom over the last few years and the contemporary style interior is easy to judge from our photos and the video on our website. Wait though because it's not all just about LPG central heating, Upvc double glazing and four stories of space. Wait until you see the landscaped garden and big parking area. Watch the video on our own website because the combination of attributes you are getting here provides great value and is unusual to find in this price bracket.

Location

We are informed by the present vendor who is moving back to Barmouth that the property is in Council Tax Band D but we have not seen documentary confirmation and applicants should make their own inquiries about the amount payable.

It's really handy living near the village centre. Although the house fronts the main road, the parking area is at the back and it's a lovely stroll down the back garden in to the house.

Dyffryn Ardudwy is a thriving coastal village located on the western fringe of the Snowdonia National Park. There is a Post Office/shop, pentre neuadd/village hall next door, Butchers/mini market, builders merchants, lively village public houses/hotels, petrol filling station and a primary school. There are regular bus services and the railway station provides good links to The Midlands and local coastal towns. The local scenery encompasses natural hillsides, mountainous summits, nature reserves, woodland, rivers and lakes. The village also has a long stretch of gorgeous golden coastline with natural sand dunes and a naturist area. The nearby harbour town of Y Bermo/Barmouth provides a wider variety of shops and leisure amenities and Harlech, (some 5 miles to the north), has further sporting and recreational facilities including the championship links golf course of Royal St. David’s, swimming pool, climbing wall and more beach.

Directions

This is easy to find! From Barmouth go north along the A496 for about 6 miles. Go into Dyffryn Ardudwy and past the petrol station on the right. After about another few hundred metres. This property is on the right, about 50 metres past Huws Gray builders merchants which is on the left. It's also on the right just before the village hall and can be identified by our for sale board. 

General Information

Ground Floor

Entrance Hallway

Composite main front entrance door and Upvc door to rear. Main staircase and door to secondary basement staircase.

Lounge Dining Room

6.44m x 3.21m max.(21' 2" x 10' 6") Exposed stone chimney breast with multi fuel stove.

Kitchen

4.16m x 3.24m (13' 8" x 10' 8") Worktops with inset stainless steel sink, integrated dishwasher, refrigerator and deep freezer. Cupboards with retractable bin storage, kick board heater, cupboards and drawer units, eye level cupboards. Range Master cooker with 5 gas rings and 2 electric ovens and grill, cooker hood. Tall unit with fitted wire baskets .

Utility/Shower Room

3.07m x 2.21m (10' 1" x 7' 3") Shower cubicle with electric shower unit. Toilet, Belfast sink with mixer tap and shower attachment. Worktop with space and plumbing for automatic washing machine and space for drier. Resessed cupboard housing LPG Glow Worm combination central heating boiler.

Basement

Basement Room 1

4.09m x 4.69m (13' 5" x 15' 5") Door to front, stairs up to ground floor. Exposed stone walls. The basement rooms are used for storage but have radiators, power and lighting but require further work to make them habitable in the future.

Basement Room 2

2.98m x 4.03m (9' 9" x 13' 3") Painted stone walls.

1st Floor

First Floor Landing

Staircase to top floor

Bedroom 2

5.19m max. x 3.00m max. (17' 0" x 9' 10") Distant sea view.

Bedroom 3

3.7m x 2.85m + door recess (12' 2" x 9' 4") Coastal view to front.

Bedroom 4

3.33m x 3.15m (10' 11" x 10' 4") Garden view to rear.

Luxury Bathroom

3.23m x 2.64m (10' 7" x 8' 8") Contemporary style suite with glazed shower cubicle and electric shower unit. Toilet, bath tub with mixer tap and shower attachment, vanity unit with basin and cupboards under, mirror, tall unit, chrome towel radiator.

Attic Level

Top Floor Bedroom

4.67m max. x 4.5m max. into eaves (15' 4" x 14' 9") Access via staircase with restricted head room. Distant sea view to front, velux roof window, eaves storage space.

En Suite Shower Room

4.26m into eaves x 2.81m (14' 0" x 9' 3") Coastal view to front. Walk in shower with electric control, hand basin, toilet, chrome towel radiator, dressing table, drawer unit and glazed cupboards.

Outside

Gardens

At the front there are 2 entrance doors, one to the basement and one up some steps to the main hall. Pedestrian access around the northern side to the landscaped rear garden which is enclosed by dry stone walls with patios terracing and lawn, pathways and a variety of shrubs and plants, lighting and tap, stone tool shed (Ty Bach). This main garden area is estimated to be approx .22 metres long. Beyond this steps and a gate lead to the upper rear garden area which provides parking for several vehicles with double entrance gates, sectional concrete garage 4.96m x 2.9m (16' 3" x 9' 6").

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01341 281 599


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It's really handy living near the village centre. Although the house fronts the main road, the parking area is at the back and it's a lovely stroll down the back garden in to the house.

Dyffryn Ardudwy is a thriving coastal village located on the western fringe of the Snowdonia National Park. There is a Post Office/shop, pentre neuadd/village hall next door, Butchers/mini market, builders merchants, lively village public houses/hotels, petrol filling station and a primary school. There are regular bus services and the railway station provides good links to The Midlands and local coastal towns. The local scenery encompasses natural hillsides, mountainous summits, nature reserves, woodland, rivers and lakes. The village also has a long stretch of gorgeous golden coastline with natural sand dunes and a naturist area. The nearby harbour town of Y Bermo/Barmouth provides a wider variety of shops and leisure amenities and Harlech, (some 5 miles to the north), has further sporting and recreational facilities including the championship links golf course of Royal St. David’s, swimming pool, climbing wall and more beach.

This is easy to find! From Barmouth go north along the A496 for about 6 miles. Go into Dyffryn Ardudwy and past the petrol station on the right. After about another few hundred metres. This property is on the right, about 50 metres past Huws Gray builders merchants which is on the left. It's also on the right just before the village hall and can be identified by our for sale board. 





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