Maisonette Reduced

2 Tyn Y Coed Buildings, High Street, Barmouth, Gwynedd, LL42 1DS
£149,950

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2 Tyn Y Coed Buildings, High Street, Barmouth, Gwynedd, LL42 1DS

There is big and there is very big! We think it will be difficult to find more space at a lower price than this.  The accommodation over 4 storeys has gas fired central heating by radiators, there are some sea views and it is all presented in tidy, ready to move in to condition. No chain is involved in the sale and we recommend watching the video on our website to appreciate some of the character attributes of this bay fronted building.

The Victorian charm has been preserved in much of this massive maisonette which also has sea views at the front.  The comfortably presented interior has double glazing and gas fired central heating and looking locally you will be hard pushed to find more space at less money than this!  Watch the video on our website for a short tour around.

Location

Here's an opportunity to live in the heart of Barmouth. In contrast to the High Street, the pretty courtyard from which it is entered, is an oasis of calm and has a distinctive continental feel with lots of stone cottages and pretty plants pots, away from the passing vehicular traffic.  Some of the principal front rooms have sea views.

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.

Directions

From Sanderson estate agents office turn onto the High Street and continue in the direction of the harbour.  Go past TOFS on the right and continue for about another 200 metres, past the Post Office on the right.  Turn left into the alleyway between Ebenezer Chapel and the Fat Buddha shop. Bear right into a courtyard and 2 Tyn y Coed Maisonette is identified by its' nameplate by the door. 

General Information

Ground Floor

Reception Hallway

5.8m max. x 1.46m min. (19' 0" x 4' 9")
Automatic sensor lighting, wall lights, coats area, cupboard.

First Floor

Split Level First Floor Landing

Stairs to second floor, cupboard.

Bedroom 4

2.57m x 2.45m (8' 5" x 8' 0") Also makes a potential study.

Dining Room

3.4m x 2.73m (11' 2" x 8' 11")
Sealed off fireplace.Archway through to:

Lounge

Bay Fronted Lounge Area 5.03m x 4.0m (16' 6" x 13' 1")
Glimpse of the sea, original coving, sealed off fireplace with fire surround and display niches.

Second Floor

Split Level Second Floor Landing

Period staircase.

Kitchen

3.45m x 2.35m (11' 4" x 7' 9")
Fitted with worktops, inset gas hob, Electrolux oven and grill, gas central heating boiler, space for appliances beneath work surfaces, base cupboards and drawers, matching eye level wall units, cooker hood.

Bedroom 1

4.99m max. x 4.06m plus bay window (16' 4" x 13' 4")
Sea view.

Bathroom

3.46m x average 2.7m (11' 4" x 8' 10")
Vinyl flooring, corner bath, toilet, hand basin, separate shower cubicle, cupboard housing hot water cylinder.

Top Floor Landing

Bedroom 2

3.43m x 2.72m (11' 3" x 8' 11")
Ornamental ornate cast iron arched Victorian fireplace, 2 alcove cupboards.

Bedroom 3

2.94m x 1.76m (9' 8" x 5' 9")
Single bedroom with a glimpse of the sea.

Bedroom 5

4.07m x 2.8m (13' 4" x 9' 2")
At the front of the building with a view of the beach and the sea, cupboard, ornate period fireplace.

Lease Details

999 years from 13 April 1984.
Rent £10

agent

To discuss this property please call our office or pop in

01341 281 599


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Here's an opportunity to live in the heart of Barmouth. In contrast to the High Street, the pretty courtyard from which it is entered, is an oasis of calm and has a distinctive continental feel with lots of stone cottages and pretty plants pots, away from the passing vehicular traffic.  Some of the principal front rooms have sea views.

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.

From Sanderson estate agents office turn onto the High Street and continue in the direction of the harbour.  Go past TOFS on the right and continue for about another 200 metres, past the Post Office on the right.  Turn left into the alleyway between Ebenezer Chapel and the Fat Buddha shop. Bear right into a courtyard and 2 Tyn y Coed Maisonette is identified by its' nameplate by the door. 





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