Detached Bungalow For Sale

Coed Derw, Llanbedr, Gwynedd, LL45 2LH
£275,000

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Coed Derw, Llanbedr, Gwynedd, LL45 2LH

This 21st century built contemporary styled architect designed 2 bedroom detached bungalow has oil fired under floor central heating, uPVC fascia boards and double glazing, a fully boarded and carpeted attic space and parking for numerous vehicles.  There is lots of storage underneath in the basement rooms and a high ceiling in the kitchen/dining room is complimented by a balcony which extends around to the front of the lounge.  Sanded wooden floors and high gloss ceramic floor tiling means there is not a fitted carpet in sight and there is also a spa bath in the Jack and Jill bathroom.  No trip round here would be complete without making the ascent up through the oak trees in the rear garden to take in the magnificent view across the village to the sea and Lleyn Peninsula beyond.  Watch our video for the full tour.  

There is so much to show you here, don't miss our video tour around this 21st century built individual architect designed 2 bedroom detached bungalow which stands in a non estate location on the fringe of the village away from busy traffic.  It has lots of car parking space, mature gardens and the ascent up through the oak trees at the top of the rear garden leads to a far reaching view extending to the sea and Lleyn Peninsula.  The accommodation is raised up and stands above a basement which provides lots of storage space, there is underfloor oil fired central heating, uPVC fascia boards and double glazing and the contemporary style interior features sanded wood flooring and high gloss ceramic tiled floors.  The high kitchen/dining room ceiling plus lots of spot lighting is complimented by French doors which open on to a balcony at the front that extends around to the lounge.  The Jack and Jill bathroom has a spa bath.  Upstairs the attic is fully boarded and carpeted with 2 roof windows.  

Location

Llanbedr is a small village with a population of about 500 situated on the western coastal fringe of the Snowdonia National Park. It has a thriving community and is located on the picturesque Afon Artro River between the Rhinog Mountains and magnificent beaches of Cardigan Bay.

We have made a short video to show you Llanbedr - you can watch it by pasting the following link in to your browser https://youtu.be/MnsmlWXIo0g

The village is served by a variety of shops including grocers, tea room and hair dressers.  There are three pubs/inns, popular primary school, a regular bus service and a rail link along the Cambrian Coastline to local towns and the Midlands.  

Coed Derw was designed by the local architect Gruff Price.  The modern standard of construction ensures good levels of insulation.

Note one of the oak trees at the front is subject to a tree preservation order.  

From Sanderson Estate Agents in Barmouth proceed northwards on the A496 for approximately 7 miles into the village of Llanbedr. Just past Maes Artro holiday village on the left and Hafan Artro Inn on the right take the next right turn in to Bryn Deiliog .  Continue for about 250 metres and Coed Derw can be found on the left hand side.  It can be identified by its nameplate on the gate and our For Sale Board.

Directions

The bungalow is appropriately named after all the oak trees which are to the front and rear.  They provide screening and a wooded setting.  Very little traffic travels along this lane which is a cul de sac and leads up along the side of the Afon Artro, from where there are lovely walks into the countryside.  The non estate location on the fringe of the village provides a very pleasant environment within strolling distance of all amenities and at the top of the rear garden there is a magnificent view which extends to the sea beyond Cardigan Bay to the Lleyn Peninsula.

General Information

Living Accommodation

L-Shaped Reception Hallway

Sanded wooden flooring, spot lighting, cupboard housing grant oil fired central heating boiler, loft hatch with foldaway loft ladder.

Lounge

5.0m x 3.59m max. (16' 5" x 11' 9")
Sanded wooden flooring, French doors opening to the front balcony, spot lighting, double doors through to:

Open Plan L-Shaped Kitchen/Dining Room

Dining Area 3.59m x 3.27m (11' 9" x 10' 9")
High gloss ceramic floor tiling, French doors to balcony, concealed lighting, wall light points, peninsula breakfast bar, open plan to:
Kitchen Area 4.98m x 2.8m (16' 4" x 9' 2")
High gloss ceramic floor tiling, white fronted kitchen units, peripheral work surfaces, base cupboards and drawers, space and plumbing for dishwasher, integrated fridge and freezer, Neff electric hob, cooker hood, Gorenje double oven/grill, space and plumbing for washing machine, wall units.

Bedroom 1

4.7m x 3.01m (15' 5" x 9' 11")
Sanded wooden flooring, dual aspect windows, spot lighting, deep built in wardrobe.

Jack and Jill Bathroom

3.63m x 1.55m plus recess (11' 11" x 5' 1")
Vanity unit with inset hand basin, toilet with concealed cistern, wall mirror, spa bath with shower screen and shower attachment, full wall and floor tiling.

Bedroom 2

3.46m x 2.97m (11' 4" x 9' 9")
Sanded wooden flooring, spot lighting.

Attic Level

Attic Room

9.8m x 3.87m in to eaves (32' 2" x 12' 8")
Partially restricted headroom, accessed by a foldaway ladder, 2 roof windows, fitted carpet.

Basement

Basement Rooms

These rooms are accessed by a separate exterior door underneath the balcony. The rooms extend beneath the whole property and have power points and lighting, but they are not habitable.

Outside

Parking and Gardens

A large gravelled parking area lies to the west with space for at least 8 vehicles or more. The front garden is enclosed with stone walls and an historic kissing gate. There are mature shrubs, grassed areas, cold tap and pedestrian access around the eastern side of the property. Mature oak tree. Approximately 14 steps lead up the western gable end to a side patio and pathway to the entrance door, outside lighting, front balcony.
At the rear there is a concealed oil storage tank, raised decked area and wooden stairs have been constructed to lead up the rear hillside from which at the top there is a spectacular view across the village towards the sea and Lleyn Peninsula.

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From Sanderson Estate Agents in Barmouth proceed northwards on the A496 for approximately 7 miles into the village of Llanbedr. Just past Maes Artro holiday village on the left and Hafan Artro Inn on the right take the next right turn in to Bryn Deiliog .  Continue for about 250 metres and Coed Derw can be found on the left hand side.  It can be identified by its nameplate on the gate and our For Sale Board.

The bungalow is appropriately named after all the oak trees which are to the front and rear.  They provide screening and a wooded setting.  Very little traffic travels along this lane which is a cul de sac and leads up along the side of the Afon Artro, from where there are lovely walks into the countryside.  The non estate location on the fringe of the village provides a very pleasant environment within strolling distance of all amenities and at the top of the rear garden there is a magnificent view which extends to the sea beyond Cardigan Bay to the Lleyn Peninsula.





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