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Maes Gelli, Dolgellau, Gwynedd, LL40 2YP
£235,000

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Maes Gelli, Dolgellau, Gwynedd, LL40 2YP

SPECIAL NOTICE - Here's a generous incentive  on offer from the owner if you want to move quickly - Exchange contracts before this Christmas and save £10,000 off the asking price!

With a partial view of Cader Idris, you will feel like it's living in the countryside with this situation away from passing traffic. There is also extensive parking for numerous vehicles. This 3 bedroom detached 1980's built bungalow provides spacious low maintenance accommodation in a level environment.  It has a pleasing appearance with slate stone relief to the front elevation, uPVC double glazed windows and fascias and a detached garage.  Watch the video tour on our website to see the location.

SPECIAL NOTICE - Here's a generous incentive  on offer from the owner if you want to move quickly - Exchange contracts before this Christmas and save £10,000 off the asking price!

It's a terrific, traffic free location in a private cul de sac with a level environment and lots and lots of parking spaces.  There is a partial view of Cader Idris and no onward chain involved.  Clean, tidy and spacious - Watch the video on our website to see more.

Location

Council Tax Band E 2017 - 2018

From the Marian car park turn left over the bridge crossing the river, then left again towards Barmouth for about 100 metres. Then turn right into Ffordd Pencefn (signposted) up the hill and past the school for about 400 yards.

Go past the sign for Penycoed Hall on the left, then take the 2nd driveway on the left where we have a for sale board.  Go to the end of this shared driveway and Maes Gelli will be seen on the right hand side and can be identified by our For Sale Board. 

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With a partial view of Cader Idris and a semi wooded environment well away from passing traffic it is safe for your cats or children here!  The gardens are flat and level with a lovely sunny aspect. Dolgellau provides a good variety of shops and local amenities.  Much of the town is a conservation area with numerous quaint traditional stone buildings.

The town serves a surrounding rural area and Welsh has been the principal language around Dolgellau for hundreds of years.  It is still very much part of every day life around the locality 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 and all local school children benefit from this.  Information about learning some Welsh can be found on our web site.

The town is also  boosted by tourism and regular visitors to the locality.  The town plays host to several annual sporting events, festivals and fairs and retains its character and historic appeal due to careful conservation and development.  The community benefits from a broad range of other facilities including schools for all age groups, good bus services, hospital and a modern leisure centre.

General Information

Accommodation

Reception Hallway

4.23m x 1.82m (13' 11" x 6' 0") plus corridor.
Main front entrance door, loft hatch with retractable ladder to large, boarded roof void area, cupboard.

Lounge/Dining Room

7.4m max. x 4.25m max. and 3.32m min. (24' 3" max.x 13' 11" max. and 10' 11"min.)
Dual aspect windows with a pleasant outlook, open fireplace.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room

4.16m x 3.03m (13' 8" x 9' 11") max. including airing cupboard with hot water cylinder and immersion heater.
Fitted units with solid oak wood fronted cupboards, worktops and inset stainless steel Franke sink, electric hob with hood, Neff double oven and grill, base cupboards and drawers.

Utility Room

2.1m x 2.12m (6' 11" x 6' 11")
Rear entrance door, Trianco Redfyre central heating boiler providing hot water and serving radiators, space and plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher.

Bedroom 1

4.25m x 3.64m (13' 11" x 11' 11")
Partial view of Cader Idris.

Bedroom 2

3.33m x 3.05m (10' 11" x 10' 0")

Bedroom 3

3.33m x 3.07m (10' 11" x 10' 1")
View to front.

Bathroom

2.19m x 1.96m (7' 2" x 6' 5")
Avocado suite with toilet, wash basin, bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, shaver point.

Outside

Gardens and Parking

The front garden provides an extensive car parking area about 16 metres in depth, mainly tarmac with 3 shrub beds, metal fencing to front boundary with gates, outside light.

A tarmac drive leads alongside the bungalow to a detached garage with a pitched roof, up and over door, block built 5.31m x 3.07m (17' 5" x 10' 1") with power and lighting.

The rear garden is estimated to be about 12 metres long maximum and is largely lawned with established shrub borders, mountain ash trees, timber shed and the oil tank is concealed to the rear of the garage.

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From the Marian car park turn left over the bridge crossing the river, then left again towards Barmouth for about 100 metres. Then turn right into Ffordd Pencefn (signposted) up the hill and past the school for about 400 yards.

Go past the sign for Penycoed Hall on the left, then take the 2nd driveway on the left where we have a for sale board.  Go to the end of this shared driveway and Maes Gelli will be seen on the right hand side and can be identified by our For Sale Board. 

With a partial view of Cader Idris and a semi wooded environment well away from passing traffic it is safe for your cats or children here!  The gardens are flat and level with a lovely sunny aspect. Dolgellau provides a good variety of shops and local amenities.  Much of the town is a conservation area with numerous quaint traditional stone buildings.

The town serves a surrounding rural area and Welsh has been the principal language around Dolgellau for hundreds of years.  It is still very much part of every day life around the locality 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 and all local school children benefit from this.  Information about learning some Welsh can be found on our web site.

The town is also  boosted by tourism and regular visitors to the locality.  The town plays host to several annual sporting events, festivals and fairs and retains its character and historic appeal due to careful conservation and development.  The community benefits from a broad range of other facilities including schools for all age groups, good bus services, hospital and a modern leisure centre.





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