- Tenure: Freehold
- Appealing Detached Period Family Residence
- Retains Many Original Period Features
- 3-4 Bedrooms, Shower, Wc & Bathroom
- 3 Individual Reception Rooms & Kitchen
- Part Double Glazing & Gas Central Heating
- South Facing With Superb Sea & Castle Views
- Attractive & Generous Well-Stocked Gardens
- Off Road Parking & Sizeable Garage/Workshop
- Desirable Location In This Historic Village
- Viewing Essential & Highly Recommended
Peel back the curtains in the morning and you’ll greeted to such impressive views you won’t want to leave the house! A Detached Period Residence sitting in an elevated position and enjoys spectacular southerly views of the sea and Criccieth castle. Generous garden grounds and Garage/Workshop.
A splendid 1930s Detached Period Residence positioned in a wonderful private setting within the historic coastal town of Criccieth, sitting in an elevated position from where the property enjoys a spectacular southerly aspect overlooking Criccieth castle and magnificent Cardigan Bay - these stunning views (especially so from the first floor) take in miles of sea leading the eye towards the southern peaks of Snowdonia and the Cambrian coastline. The property has been sympathetically modernised in all the essential areas and therefore exhibits much originality, charm and character with roomy accommodation that naturally takes full advantage of its position. Standing in generous, mature and well-stocked gardens which undoubtedly enhance the overall feel, as a family home this would serve handsomely and comes with ample private parking and a matching period Garage/Workshop. The exterior has a certain architectural appeal, the stepped front elevation taking full advantage of any available sunshine whatever the season. Period character features which have been retained include parquet flooring and leaded stained glass windows to the hall and bow window to the lounge with a number of rooms enjoying dual aspect windows. The lounge has a focal fireplace recently fitted with a new real flame gas fire. The study on the first floor could be made into a 4th bedroom if required by modifying the 3rd bedroom somewhat - subject to planning consents. As a thought, the garage could theoretically be converted into a holiday let, again subject to planning consents and approvals. Benefiting from partial uPVC double glazing and gas central heating, the accommodation briefly affords: Porch, Entrance Hall, Wc, Lounge, Sitting Room, Dining Room, Kitchen, Landing, 3 Bedrooms, Study, Shower and Bathroom. Viewing is essential.
The picturesque seaside town of Criccieth is situated on the southern coastline of the beautiful Llŷn Peninsula with splendid scenery all-encompassing: beaches, a rugged coastline and beautiful countryside with the backdrop of the Snowdonia mountain range never far from sight - the entire Llŷn Peninsula has without doubt some of the best scenery Wales has to offer. The climate here is often quite temperate and with the sea on your doorstep, there's much to be enjoyed - even seals and dolphins frequent these parts. Historic Criccieth resides between the two coastal towns of Porthmadog and Pwllheli, both of which offer excellent marina facilities and businesses associated with the boating fraternity. Locally, there are a good range of amenities, fine pubs and restaurants, a post office and golf course. The main shopping town on the peninsula is the vibrant market town of Pwllheli reached by the main A497 thoroughfare and has a good range of shops and rail links. Porthmadog is home to the famous Ffestiniog railway and has a unique history associated with the slate industry. Criccieth promenade offers opportunities for gentle strolls along the seafront and there's always the temptation to stop for an ice cream along the way.
PORCH 2.29m x 1.12m
LOUNGE 3.7m x 5.2m
Measured into bay.
SITTING ROOM 3.66m x 4.55m
DINING ROOM 3m x 3.07m
KITCHEN 4.67m x 2.87m
BEDROOM 1 3.73m x 3.48m
BEDROOM 2 3.66m x 4.22m
BEDROOM 3 3.15m x 2.82m
STUDY 3.12m x 3.25m
BATHROOM 2.92m x 1.8m
To the rear is a driveway for off road parking and a sizeable detached garage/workshop which has a pitched roof, power/light, twin timber access doors and a side personnel door. The gardens offer much interest with manicured lawns, mature trees and well-stocked borders that are home to a wide range of decorative flowering plants and shrubs.
GARAGE/WORKSHOP 4.93m x 8.36m
We are informed by the seller this property benefits from Mains Water, Gas, Electricity and Drainage.
Gas Central Heating. The agent has tested no services, appliances or central heating system (if any).
We have been informed the tenure is Freehold with vacant possession upon completion of sale. Vendor's solicitors should confirm title.
VIEWING BY APPOINTMENT
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