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6 Marine Parade, BARMOUTH, Gwynedd, LL42 1NA
£149,950

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6 Marine Parade, BARMOUTH, Gwynedd, LL42 1NA

Get that holiday feeling here! Watch the video on our website to appreciate this elegant split level 2 bedroom apartment which is on the top floor of an 1878 built house. It has marvellous sea views and provides a secure and easily maintained seaside residence. The period style interior has good natural lighting and is presented to a good standard. Owners in the building have equal shares in the freehold management company and holiday letting is permitted within the lease.

Up up and away! If you want to live by the sea then this should be close enough for most people and there are great views from the lounge and front bedroom. This top floor split level apartment is approached through tidy and carpeted stairs and landings and its a great lock up and leave proposition with the knowledge security is unlikely to ever be an issue here. Watch the video on our website to get the full picture.

Location

From Sanderson estate agents turn left towards the beach and continue over the level crossing. Turn right by Chucks Diner onto Marine Parade and continue for approximately 250 metres, passing the Marine Court Apartments on the right hand side.

The building can be identified by Number 6 on the left of the entrance and the name plate 'Llys Draig Goch' to the right of the doorway. Look up and you may see our for sale board in a window.

Directions

Being on the top floor means you can feel like a coastguard! There is something soothing about gazing out across the sand and watching the waves lap on the beach. There is on street parking available nearby and it is within easy walking distance of all of the town centre amenities.

Barmouth (an Anglicised name) is a coastal harbour town with a maritime history related to the wool trade, boat building and fishing. Its Welsh name is Abermaw.  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 Cardigan Bay provides vast beaches and a spectacular coastline.

Barmouth has a very picturesque harbour, lifeboat and a good range of shops, public houses and restaurants. There is a leisure centre and doctor’s surgery. The town developed in the Victorian era due to the newly established rail link which still runs to The Midlands and other local coastal towns.

General Information

Ground Floor

Communal Entrance Hallway

Main front entrance door, entry intercom system, carpeted period staircase up to second floor, carpeted tidy landings. Entrance door to apartment 3 on 2nd floor landing.

Apartment 3

Private entrance lobby

Staircase to mezzanine level landing.

Kitchen

3.16m x 1.9m (10' 4" x 6' 3") Vinyl flooring, velux double glazed roof window. White fronted units with worktops, stainless steel sink, space for electric cooker, base cupboards and drawers, space for fridge and plumbing for washing machine. Electric wall heater.

Shower Room

2.25m x 1.81m (7' 5" x 5' 11") Fully tiled walls, velux double glazed roof window, handbasin on unit with cupboards under, toilet with concealed cistern, shower cubicle with sliding doors and electric shower, wall tiling, vinyl flooring. Cupboard housing hot water cylinder and water tank.

Dining Area

2.08m x 3.04m (6' 10" x 10' 0")

Lounge

5.02m x 4.28m (16' 6" x 14' 1") Vinyl flooring featured period style ornamental fireplace, coved ceiling, Upvc double glazed window with terrific beach and sea view, electric heater, entry intercom phone.

Main bedroom

4.6m x 4.29m (15' 1" x 14' 1") Vinyl flooring, ornamental period style fireplace, electric heater, cupboard, Upvc double glazed window and view inland of hillside scenery beyond the town.

Bedroom 2

3.69m x 2.1m (12' 1" x 6' 11") Electric heater and arched Upvc double glazed window with elevated beach and sea views.

Outside

Garden

The front garden is owned by the ground floor apartment. The owners currently permit its use by other occupants of the building. It has a sunny aspect with patio and view towards the beach.

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01341 281 599


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From Sanderson estate agents turn left towards the beach and continue over the level crossing. Turn right by Chucks Diner onto Marine Parade and continue for approximately 250 metres, passing the Marine Court Apartments on the right hand side.

The building can be identified by Number 6 on the left of the entrance and the name plate 'Llys Draig Goch' to the right of the doorway. Look up and you may see our for sale board in a window.

Being on the top floor means you can feel like a coastguard! There is something soothing about gazing out across the sand and watching the waves lap on the beach. There is on street parking available nearby and it is within easy walking distance of all of the town centre amenities.

Barmouth (an Anglicised name) is a coastal harbour town with a maritime history related to the wool trade, boat building and fishing. Its Welsh name is Abermaw.  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 Cardigan Bay provides vast beaches and a spectacular coastline.

Barmouth has a very picturesque harbour, lifeboat and a good range of shops, public houses and restaurants. There is a leisure centre and doctor’s surgery. The town developed in the Victorian era due to the newly established rail link which still runs to The Midlands and other local coastal towns.





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