Terraced House For Sale

Fron Galed, Trawsfynydd, LL41 4UL
£126,500

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Fron Galed, Trawsfynydd, LL41 4UL

The reasons to buy this are quick and easy to explain - the pretty looking stone façade, superb views of lake, mountain scenery and pastureland to rear plus there is a superb two storey pitched roof extension to the rear that adds lots of space to the accommodation. Inside features pine joinery, UPVC double glazing and LPG gas central heating. Start to appreciate it for yourself by watching our short video tour.

Viewings opportunities by appointment this Friday afternoon 16th November.

If you fancy a lake and mountain view from your back garden and are after a pretty looking stone cottage, then here is something to take a closer look at - Watch our short video tour of this 3 bedroom traditional home which has a lovely view of the lake at the rear and a view of beautiful mountainous scenery. There is LPG central heating by radiators and Upvc double glazing. There is a rear garden and a two storey extension adds lots of extra space.

Viewings opportunities by appointment this Friday afternoon 16th November.

Location

From Dolgellau proceed along the A470 in a northerly direction for about 11 miles and take the third left turning into Trawsfynydd.  proceed up the road and Fron Galed terrace is on the right hand side.  number 2, Mon y Mynydd can be identified after about 100 metres on the right with its number and name plate by the door.

Directions

Trawsfynydd is situated in the heart of the Snowdonia National Park and is a small town, which stands amongst outstanding natural countryside with a mountainous backdrop of scenery. The community is well served by a good range of amenities including shops, primary school and bus services. The town benefits from good road links to the market town of Dolgellau to the south and the harbour town of Porthmadog to the north.

General Information

Ground Floor

Reception Hallway

UPVC double glazed entrance door with stained glass overlay, pine joinery, staircase, ceiling coving, telephone point, radiator.

Lounge/Dining Room

6.40m x 3.37m min (21' x 11') min
uPVC double glazed window to front, under stairs cupboard, TV plinth, wall light points, exposed stone chimney breast sealed off and fitted with shelving, shelved alcove, coved ceiling, 2 radiators, double doors through to:

Kitchen/Breakfast Room

4.38m x 4.24m (14' 4" x 13' 11")
uPVC double glazed window and door to rear with spectacular view over meadow land, the lake and mountainous scenery. Range of fitted kitchen units with worktop and inset stainless steel sink, inset electric hob, base cupboards and drawers, space and plumbing for automatic washing machine, space for tumble dryer. Eye level wall mounted cupboards, cooker hood and Worcester LPG gas fired central heating boiler with programmer. Peninsular unit with cupboards under, further wall units and ceiling spotlighting, tall unit with integrated double oven, radiator.

First Floor

Split Level Landing

Loft hatch, built in storage cupboard. Pine panelled doors to:

Bedroom 1

4.39m x 4.25m (14' 5" x 13' 11") including full wall width range of pine fitted wardrobe cupboards with dresser unit and mirror including 2 double cupboards with storage space above. Built in cupboard, uPVC double glazed window with elevated view over pasture land, the lake and Rhinog mountains, radiator.

Bedroom 2

2.95m x 2.57m (9' 8" x 8' 5")
uPVC double glazed window to front, storage recess, radiator.

Bedroom 3

3.17m x 2.80m (10' 5" x 9' 2")
Velux roof window, shelved recess, radiator.

Shower Room

2.12m x 2.m (6' 11" x 6' 7") plus recess.
uPVC double glazed window to front with obscured glass, white suite with shower cubicle, pedestal wash basin, low flush toilet, cupboard, radiator.

Outside

Front Garden

The front garden has a natural stone wall and slate flagstone paving.

Rear Garden

There is a magnificent view of pasture land, the lake and Rhinog mountains to rear and the rear garden is estimated (but not measured) to be approximately 15m long. The top area has a concreted patio and steps lead down to a lower paved area. Rear pedestrian access gate.

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From Dolgellau proceed along the A470 in a northerly direction for about 11 miles and take the third left turning into Trawsfynydd.  proceed up the road and Fron Galed terrace is on the right hand side.  number 2, Mon y Mynydd can be identified after about 100 metres on the right with its number and name plate by the door.

Trawsfynydd is situated in the heart of the Snowdonia National Park and is a small town, which stands amongst outstanding natural countryside with a mountainous backdrop of scenery. The community is well served by a good range of amenities including shops, primary school and bus services. The town benefits from good road links to the market town of Dolgellau to the south and the harbour town of Porthmadog to the north.




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