Semi-Detached House For Sale

1 Borthwen Cottages, Dyffryn Ardudwy, Gwynedd, LL44 2ES
Guide Price, £199,950

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1 Borthwen Cottages, Dyffryn Ardudwy, Gwynedd, LL44 2ES

The character attributes of this semi detached cottage will enchant you within minutes and its authentic traditional appearance has been preserved with some double glazed wooden windows.  A large extension provides versatile accommodation which can provide up to 4 bedrooms.  There is no central heating but an open fire and wood burner really add to the ambience.  Watch our full video tour to appreciate the attractions of the character features, gardens, parking and garage.  Ducks in the garden are available by negotiation! 

Next possible viewing opportunities this Wednesday 14th and Friday 16th November. Please telephone us to book your appointment.

Snowdonia National Park coastal location, on a country lane away from busy traffic but within walking distance of the village shop and pub.  Watch our full video tour to appreciate the enchanting appeal of this extended semi detached cottage, which has an authentic traditional appearance and can provide up to 4 bedrooms. It has 2 gardens, parking for 2 or 3 vehicles plus garaging.  There is no central heating but there is a wood burner stove and Victorian open fireplace which provide a warm heart to the home during the winter months.   Ruby absolutely loves it here, 3 ducks in the garden available by negotiation!

Next possible viewing opportunities this Wednesday 14th and Friday 16th November. Please telephone us to book your appointment.

Location

1 Borthwen Cottages is situated on a single width country lane which is a no through road and only leads to a farm with a further footpath across the fields to the beach at Bennar around 15 or 20 minutes walk away.  There is also a lovely circular walk north along the beach and back home on the road which goes past the station.

Here is a link to copy and paste into your browser to watch a short video we have made of the locality.

https://youtu.be/utqjB_zoFIk

Council Tax Band D

Standard amount payable 2018 - 2019 £1595.90

The current owner has lived here for approximately 18 years and is now moving away to be closer to family.  There is no onward chain involved in this sale.  

Mains drainage, electricity and metered water supply connected (with stop cock in the road). BT telephone line connected.

From Barmouth proceed northwards along the A497 for about 5 miles into Dyffryn Ardudwy.  Turn left immediately before London House Stores, which is opposite the petrol filling station.  Continue down this lane for about 50 metres and take the first left turn into Borthwen.  1 Borthwen Cottages will be seen on the left hand side just passed the bungalows about 25 metres from the junction.  It can be identified by our For Sale Board and visitors can park in the driveway in the back garden.

Directions

The village centre is within only a few minutes stroll with shops, petrol filling station, take away and pub.  Dyffryn Ardudwy is a thriving coastal village located on the western fringe of the Snowdonia National Park. There is a Post Office/shop, village hall, butchers and mini market, builders’ merchants, café, lively village public house, petrol filling station and a primary school. The local scenery encompasses natural hillsides, mountainous summits, nature reserves, woodland, rivers and lakes. The village also has a long stretch of gorgeous golden coastline with natural sand dunes and a naturist area.

General Information

Ground Floor

Front Entrance Hallway

1.6m x 1.2m (5' 3" x 3' 11")
Beamed ceiling, oak beams and entrance door, slate tiled floor, under stairs cupboard, wall light point.

Sitting Room/Bedroom 4

4.95m x 2.3m (16' 3" x 7' 7") plus recess.
Huge inglenook stone fireplace with Villager wood burner stove and original bread oven, beamed ceiling, slate tiled floor, plate rails, single glazed sash window with shutters.

Snug

3.87m x 2.81m (12' 8" x 9' 3")
Sealed off stone fireplace, slate tiled flooring, sash window with shutters, beamed ceiling, wall light point.

Inner Hallway

Slate tiled floor, rustic staircase, feature stained glass window, pantry recess with shelving, beamed ceiling.

Utility Room

2.75m x 1.62m (9' 0" x 5' 4")
Quarry tiled floor, Belfast sink, worktop, space and plumbing for washing under, double glazed window, traditional ceiling hung clothes drying rack.

Downstairs Toilet

Toilet, tiled floor.

Bathroom

1.66m x 2.0m (5' 5" x 6' 7") plus door recess.
Tiled floor, white suite with traditional Shanks hand basin, metal bath with electric shower control over, toilet, uPVC double glazed window, shaver point, airing cupboard with hot water cylinder and immersion heater, cupboard with header tank above.

Kitchen/Dining Room

3.72m x 2.91m (12' 2" x 9' 7")
Wooden double glazed rear entrance door, traditional quarry tiled flooring, painted stone wall, double glazed wooden windows, hand built pine kitchen units, stainless steel sink with cupboards and drawer under, marble slab worktop and slate plinth, space for electric cooker, plate rail, wall shelving, cream coloured wooden free standing unit.
Double pine doors through to:

Lounge

3.93m x 3.32m (12' 11" x 10' 11")
Irregularly shaped with quarry tiled flooring, dual aspect double glazed sash windows, painted stone wall, Victorian style open fireplace with tiled insert, alcoves, wall light point.

First Floor

Landing

Sanded floor boards, exposed beams, rustic over stairs cupboard.

Bedroom1

4.87m x 2.75m overall (16' 0" x 9' 0")
Sub divided with dressing area with wardrobe, single glazed (OR DOUBLE GLAZED YOU WERENT CLEAR) window to rear, shelving.
Main bedroom area has sanded floor boards, single glazed sash window with shutters to the front., high ceiling, beams.

Bedroom 2

2.3m x 2.77m (7' 7" x 9' 1") plus shelved alcoves.
High ceiling with exposed beam, double glazed window to rear with shutters, cupboard with high ceiling and exposed beams, rustic loft storage cupboard at high level.

Bedroom 3

2.52m x 1.6m (8' 3" x 5' 3")
Single bedroom with wooden single glazed sash window and shutters to front.

Outside

Gardens and Parking

There is an enclosed front garden with slate stone patio and stone wall to boundary, metal gate and rustic porch. The area of crushed slate in front of the cottage is not part of the property but there is a right of way over it to the road and over it to the main front garden gate.
The front garden has a marvellous sunny aspect and is partially walled, mainly lawned with peripheral cottage garden shrub borders, timber summer house, shed and log store. The estimated size is approximately 12 metres by about 12 metres, pear and apple trees.
The rear garden provides a driveway off the lane and has a gated vehicular access and the grassed driveway provides parking for 3 vehicles one behind the other and leads to the garage. Outside light. 2 duck enclosures, kitchen garden area. Alongside the sectional garage there is a paved enclosure and log store and adjacent coal store. Behind the garage there is a small workshop/shed.

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From Barmouth proceed northwards along the A497 for about 5 miles into Dyffryn Ardudwy.  Turn left immediately before London House Stores, which is opposite the petrol filling station.  Continue down this lane for about 50 metres and take the first left turn into Borthwen.  1 Borthwen Cottages will be seen on the left hand side just passed the bungalows about 25 metres from the junction.  It can be identified by our For Sale Board and visitors can park in the driveway in the back garden.

The village centre is within only a few minutes stroll with shops, petrol filling station, take away and pub.  Dyffryn Ardudwy is a thriving coastal village located on the western fringe of the Snowdonia National Park. There is a Post Office/shop, village hall, butchers and mini market, builders’ merchants, café, lively village public house, petrol filling station and a primary school. The local scenery encompasses natural hillsides, mountainous summits, nature reserves, woodland, rivers and lakes. The village also has a long stretch of gorgeous golden coastline with natural sand dunes and a naturist area.





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