A traditional, two bedroom detached bungalow, standing within the centre of the village enjoying an open aspect to the front over the playing fields with mountains in the distance. Benefitting from oil fired central heating and UPVC double glazing, the property is ready to move into with very little works required. Both front facing rooms enjoy deep bay windows, flooding the rooms with light. Outside there is off road parking, a large lawned garden to the side enjoying views towards the mountains. Viewing is essential.
Ground Floor Only
Double UPVC entrance doors. Tiled flooring. Glazed wooden door leading to:-
5.78m x 2.24m (19' x 7' 4")
A very spacious central hallway, providing access to all rooms. Fitted carpet. Radiator. Loft access hatch. Built in storage cupboard. Doors leading to:-
6.46m x 3.64m (21' 2" x 11' 11") MAXIMUM, INTO BAY WINDOW.
Benefitting from a deep bay window, with views over the playing field and mountains in the distance. Fitted carpet. Radiator. Two UPVC windows to the side elevation. Attractive fireplace, with gas fire inset. TV point.
3.62m x 3.66m (11' 11" x 12')
With a range of fitted wall and base units. Stainless steel sink units. Gas cooker point. Plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher. Space for a fridge/freezer. UPVC window to the rear elevation. Wooden door leading to the rear garden. Door to:-
2.28m x 1.05m (7' 6" x 3' 5")
Floor mounted oil fired Worcester boiler. UPVC window to rear elevation. Electric consumer unit.
4.64m x 3.67m (15' 3" x 12') MAXIMUM, INTO BAY WINDOW
Double bedroom, with deep bay window to the front elevation, enjoying views over the playing field with the mountains in the distance. Fitted carpet. Radiator.
2.96m x 3.64m (9' 9" x 11' 11")
Double bedroom, with a wall of fitted wardrobes, with various cupboards, hanging rails and drawers. UPVC window to the rear elevation. Built in storage cupboard. Radiator. Fitted carpet.
Comprising a W.C. Wash hand basin. Bath (easy access type) with shower over. Fitted carpet. Radiator. UPVC window to the side elevation. Wall mounted electric heater.
The property is approached from the road, via double gates, leading to a large parking area for at least two cars. The majority of the garden lies to the side, mainly lawned, with stone boundary wall to the front, enjoying views over the playing fields and with the mountains in the distance. A wooden potting shed and oil tank is located at the rear of the driveway. The spacious garden is an attractive feature, which could be landscaped to further its appeal.
Access to the front door is via a pathway across the front of the property, with a planted border to the front and a stone boundary wall.
To the side of the property there is further space, which could be utilised as a area for growing vegetables.
To the rear of the property there is a stone built outbuilding, providing useful storage space.
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None of the services have been tried or tested by the selling agents, however it was noted that mains water, drainage and electricity are connected. Heating is by oil, with a tank located in the garden. The gas fire in the Lounge and the gas cooker in the kitchen are fuelled by Calor gas bottles.
Council Tax Band
Gwynedd Council Tax Band E.
The property is held Freehold.
The property can be found, by entering the village, pass the right hand turning for Abergynolwyn and follow the road to the left, the property can be found opposite the playing fields, on the left hand side, with our for sale board outside.
Situation & Locality
Bryncrug is a pleasant and popular residential village situated in the Dysynni Valley. The village has a public house. A footpath has been constructed between Bryncrug and Tywyn which provides a safe route for walkers and cyclists to Tywyn.
The nearby town of Tywyn which is situated on the Cardigan Bay coast offers a good range of facilities and services such as supermarkets, leisure centre, promenade, high street shops, health centre and cottage hospital. The Cambrian Coast Railway also runs through the town with services along the coast to Porthmadog and Pwllheli, and south to Aberdyfi and Machynlleth which has links to the Midlands as well as the University town of Aberystwyth.
Being located in the Dysynni Valley within the Snowdonia National Park, the village is surrounded by natural beauty which is renowned for it’s scenic landscapes. Local landmarks include Craig yr Aderyn (Bird Rock), the Cadair Idris Range of mountains and Talyllyn lake which are only a few miles away. A range of recreational facilities and outdoor pursuits facilities are available nearby, or within easy travelling distance, to include the Championship 18 hole Golf Course at the harbour village of Aberdyfi which also provides a range of watersporting activities with an active rowing and yacht club. Further a field the Centre for Alternative Technology at Pantperthog, the Mountain biking centre at Coed y Brenin near Dolgellau and White water rafting centre near Bala are popular attractions.