End of Terrace House For Sale

3 Llys Y Porth, Porthmadog, Gwynedd, LL49 9NG
£220,000

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3 Llys Y Porth, Porthmadog, Gwynedd, LL49 9NG

Stop! Take a look a bit further here - There are mountain river and harbour views and finding a family sized home around the harbour area that's this modern is never easy. Gas fired central heating, Upvc double glazed windows and doors, lots of spotlighting, sparkling chrome door furniture, brushed chrome effect electrical fittings, laminate flooring and nice carpets complete the modern interior style of design. Watch the video on our website - There's also the low maintenance that comes with no private garden but with Ynys Tywyn National Trust view point nearby up the hill to the rear,  you'll never be short of a spot early evening or in the midday sunshine.

Live by the river! Close to the harbour with mountain views this family sized 3 bedroom house is very appealing due to its up to date presentation, comtemporary fittings and comfortable, stylish and low maintenance interior. There is Upvc double glazing and gas central heating by radiators. As well as the 2 parking spaces, check out the view from the National Trust beauty spot of Ynys Tywyn nearby by watching the video on our website.

Location

The current owners purchased the property brand new and whilst they have enjoyed visits here for several years changes in their lifestyle mean visits up here are becoming less frequent and it's now time for the privilege to be transferred to other new lucky owners to enjoy.

Many local people speak Welsh as their first language so it is still very much part of every day life around the area and is heard and seen on a daily basis. We encourage anyone moving here to become familiar and learn some Cymraeg/Welsh to maximise their enjoyment and appreciation of living amongst the community.  The use of Welsh is actively encouraged by a very successful bilingual Welsh and English education system that the local school children all benefit from.

As you enter Porthmadog from Penrhyndeudraeth direction go across The Cob and at the other side turn right opposite the Ffestiniog Railway station and about 25 metres past Cob Records shop on the right where there is a National Trust sign for Ynys Tywyn and a red post box. The name plate is clearly visible on the front of the house and our for sale board is in the window.

Directions

On the fringe of town and on the opposite side of the road to the harbour and Ffestiniog and Welsh Highland Railway station the location is made even better still by views of the river, mountains beyond the town and the harbour from the upper stories. Immediately behind the house a public footpath leads through to the beauty spot and look out point of Ynys Tywyn which is owned by the National Trust. There is really good bird watching on the estuary and lots of wildlife - seals and otters have apparently been seen!

Porthmadog is a harbour town rich in maritime history and Welsh has been the principal language around the area for hundreds of years. It is a bustling town close to the Snowdonia National Park with numerous local specialist shops, supermarkets and national chain stores and places to eat and drink. There is a Swimming Pool and leisure centre and golf course in Morfa Bychan.

General Information

Ground Floor

Hallway

Hardwood flooring, staircase.

Bedroom

4.89m max.x 4.17m max.(16' 1" x 13' 8") Hardwood flooring, dual aspect windows, 2 cupboards.

Bathroom

2.54m x 1.72m (8' 4" x 5' 8") Wood effect laminate flooring, full wall tiling, white suite with toilet bath with shower screen, shower mixer control, vanity unit with cupboards under hand basin, light, mirror and spotlight.

Utility Room

2.58m x 2.56m (8' 6" x 8' 5") Rear entrance door, worktops with space under for appliances , stainless steel sink with mixer tap, base cupboards, wall mounted Worcester Greenstar 37 cdi gas fired combination boiler. Laminate tile effect flooring.

First Floor

Landing

Hardwood flooring and staircase to top floor.

L Shaped Lounge

4.91m max. x 4.14m max. (16' 1" x 13' 7") Wood effect floor, dual aspect windows with outlook of river and distant mountainous scenery.

L - Shaped Kitchen/Diner

3.82m max.x 4.45m max. (12' 6" x 14' 7") Dual aspect windows, tile effect laminate flooring, Contemporary style units with worktops inset 1 1/2 bowl sink with mixer tap. Base cupboards with integrated dishwasher, fridge and freezer. Retractable wire basket, Drawer units, corner cupboard, integrated gas hob, hood and Bosch oven and grill, concealed down lighting.

Top Floor

Landing

Velux window with blind.

WC

1.95m x 1.45m (6' 5" x 4' 9") into eaves. Tiled floor and walls, wall mirror, light and shaver point, white suite with toilet and handbasin.

Bedroom 2

3.44m x 3.92m (11' 3" x 12' 10") Dual aspect windows, river and hillside views to side and moorings and harbour opposite.

Bedroom 3

2.86m x 3.41m (9' 5" x 11' 2") Velux window with blind.

Outside

Front parking area

Light and tap. Brick paved parking area immediately to front of the house with space for 2 vehicles.

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01341 281 599


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As you enter Porthmadog from Penrhyndeudraeth direction go across The Cob and at the other side turn right opposite the Ffestiniog Railway station and about 25 metres past Cob Records shop on the right where there is a National Trust sign for Ynys Tywyn and a red post box. The name plate is clearly visible on the front of the house and our for sale board is in the window.

On the fringe of town and on the opposite side of the road to the harbour and Ffestiniog and Welsh Highland Railway station the location is made even better still by views of the river, mountains beyond the town and the harbour from the upper stories. Immediately behind the house a public footpath leads through to the beauty spot and look out point of Ynys Tywyn which is owned by the National Trust. There is really good bird watching on the estuary and lots of wildlife - seals and otters have apparently been seen!

Porthmadog is a harbour town rich in maritime history and Welsh has been the principal language around the area for hundreds of years. It is a bustling town close to the Snowdonia National Park with numerous local specialist shops, supermarkets and national chain stores and places to eat and drink. There is a Swimming Pool and leisure centre and golf course in Morfa Bychan.





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