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Fairbourne, Gwynedd, North Wales, LL38 2HJ
£145,000

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Fairbourne, Gwynedd, North Wales, LL38 2HJ

Wow!  This is so nicely presented and the elevated views mean it's very pleasant inside.  Wait until you have had a walk around the marvellous hillside gardens and visited the summer house look out point.  The 2 bedroom interior is superbly presented with 2 bedrooms, uPVC double glazing, LPG gas fired central heating and fitted carpets and curtains are all included.  Watch our video on our website for a quick tour at your leisure.

It's exceptional! Watch a short video on our website to see why.  The non estate elevated situation provides farmland views and mountains in the distance.  You can see straight away that this 2 bedroom semi detached house has been lovingly cared for with lots of recent improvements.  It has a modern, well specified kitchen, stylish shower room, uPVC double glazing and LPG central heating by radiators.  Carpets and curtains are also included to make this a chain free move into proposition. However, it's a walk around the hillside gardens, the look out point and raised deck by the summer house that makes it outstanding and where you will probably have lots of pleasure and enjoyment watching the sunsets.

Location

Council Tax Band B 2018 - 2019 Gwynedd Council.

The house has been tie rodded and a report from 2009 carried out for the vendors concerning the repair work is available to see at the property during viewings.

From Sanderson estate agents Barmouth office turn right on to the High Street and proceed for approximately 8 miles in the direction of Dolgellau.  At the roundabout in Llanelltyd take the second exit onto the Dolgellau bypass A470. Then turn right at the next roundabout towards Tywyn on the A493.  Aftre about 5 miles continue through the village of Arthog for another mile or so and pass the pony trekking centre on the right hand side.  Just before you turn off for the centre of Fairbourne, South View is situated on the left and can be identified by our For Sale Board. 

Directions

Set up above the road it means the house is nice and light with lovely views and the parking in the lay by has space for several cars.  It is only a short walk into Fairbourne and being in a slightly elevated situation means there should be no fear of flooding here!

Fairbourne is a coastal village in a low lying and flat local environment. It's a level walk with no steep hills in the village centre. Gwynedd Council have stated that sea defences will not be maintained indefinitely and there will be “a managed retreat”. Fairbourne is located just beyond the Western fringe of the Snowdonia National Park and is situated along the spectacular Cambrian coast at the mouth of the Mawddach Estuary.

General Information

Ground Floor

Entrance Hall

Main front entrance door, staircase.

Lounge

3.83m x 3.07m (12' 7" x 10' 1")
Country Kiln wood burner stove on slate hearth, farmland views.

Dining Room

4.18m x 3.11m average (13' 9" x 10' 2")
Farmland views, under stairs storage area, steps up to:

Kitchen

3.3m x 2.57m (10' 10" x 8' 5")
Vinyl flooring, range of modern units with worktop, inset 1 1/2 bowl sink, electric hob, hood and oven, base cupboards and drawers, integrated fridge and freezer, wall cupboards.

Rear Porch

2.41m x 1.29m (7' 11" x 4' 3")
Vinyl flooring continues through from the kitchen, rear entrance door, electric wall heater.

First Floor

Landing

Pine doors to all rooms.

Bedroom 1

4.28m x 3.24m (14' 1" x 10' 8") max.
Elevated views of farmland extending in the distance to Barmouth and the hills of Snowdonia, louvered wardrobe cupboard.

Bedroom 2

3.82m x 3.02m (12' 6" x 9' 11")
Elevate views across farmland towards Barmouth and the hills of Snowdonia.

Shower Room

3.6m x 2.62m (11' 10" x 8' 7") max.
Caramic floor tiling, contemporary style suite with walk in shower cubicle, dual shower heads, vanity unit and wash basin with cupboards under, wall mirror and light, toilet, cupboards.

Outside

Gardens

The house is set slightly back from the road by a lay by which provides excellent on street parking for several vehicles. A gate opens to the private frontage up some stone steps to a raised front patio with stone wall and outside light. This is a pleasant sitting area. A path leads around the side of the house to a rear lean to garden store 3.56m x 1.24m (11' 8" x 4' 1") housing gas cylinders and having a cold tap, outside light. There is also a timber garden shed to the right of the house.
The hillside gardens are accessed by a flight of stone steps and about 30 steps lead up to a raised sun deck which provides a magnificent view extending across the scenery up the coast towards barmouth and the hills of Snowdonia and over to the Lleyn Peninsula. There is a timber summer house 2.2m x 3.2m (7' 3" x 10' 6") max. with electricity connected, double glazing and window shutters. The view from here is magnificent. From here another 20 odd stone steps take you further round the garden and provide a circular walk back down to the rear of the house through the shrubs and trees.

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From Sanderson estate agents Barmouth office turn right on to the High Street and proceed for approximately 8 miles in the direction of Dolgellau.  At the roundabout in Llanelltyd take the second exit onto the Dolgellau bypass A470. Then turn right at the next roundabout towards Tywyn on the A493.  Aftre about 5 miles continue through the village of Arthog for another mile or so and pass the pony trekking centre on the right hand side.  Just before you turn off for the centre of Fairbourne, South View is situated on the left and can be identified by our For Sale Board. 

Set up above the road it means the house is nice and light with lovely views and the parking in the lay by has space for several cars.  It is only a short walk into Fairbourne and being in a slightly elevated situation means there should be no fear of flooding here!

Fairbourne is a coastal village in a low lying and flat local environment. It's a level walk with no steep hills in the village centre. Gwynedd Council have stated that sea defences will not be maintained indefinitely and there will be “a managed retreat”. Fairbourne is located just beyond the Western fringe of the Snowdonia National Park and is situated along the spectacular Cambrian coast at the mouth of the Mawddach Estuary.





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