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4 bedroom detached house for sale
Nant, Llangwnadl, Gwynedd, LL53
SHOWER ROOM OFF
FARMHOUSE STYLE KITCHEN/BREAKFAST
REAR DOUBLE GLAZED CONSERVATORY
Situation Nant lies along a country road in between the hamlet of Llangwnnadl and Tudweiliog with the picturesque cove of Porth Colmon some 1.25 mile away. The picturesque historic village of Aberdaron to the tip of the peninsula is 6.5 mile away and the seaside village of Morfa Nefyn with it's famous golf course is about 8.5 miles distant.
Side Porch With double glazed door into:
L Shaped Hallway Exposed stonework to one wall. Radiator. Attractive tiled flooring. Double glazed side window. Cloaks hooks. Built-in store cupboard
Rear Utility/Laundry 8'4" x 13' (2.54m x 3.96m). With quarry tiled flooring. Porcelain sink (H&C), worktops with underspace and plumbing for washing machine. Built in cupboards, oil fired central heating boiler. Double glazed window.
Shower Room off With tiled floor. Low flush WC, wash hand basin, radiator, built in shower cubicle with Mira fitment, folding shower door. Linolite fitment to wall. Double glazed window.
Farmhouse Style Kitchen/Breakfast Area 18'3" (5.56m) x 11'10" (3.6m) widening to 15'10" (4.83m) to Kitchen Area. With attractive terracotta coloured tiled flooring. Tiled modern fitted units of Peninsular work top with one and a half bowl sink unit and mixer tap. Cupboards beneath and under space. Work top floor cupboards with built in four ring ceramic hob and oven beneath. Integrated fridge. Matching wall cupboards and extractor hood. Part tiled walls and double glazed side window and double glazed bow fronted window onto garden with fitted pine window seat. Breakfast area has a fitted Rayburn, with brick facia surrounding former fireplace recess and pint beamed mantle. Pitch pine beams to ceiling. Ceiling spot lighting to kitchen area. Door through to:
Front Hall With tiled floor and staircase to first floor.
Sitting Room 11'9" (3.58m) x 18'6" (5.64m) (into Bay). W With double glazed bow fronted window onto garden. Brick faced fireplace with log burner on raised hearth. Two double radiators. TV aerial lead socket. Wall shelving to recess area with understair cupboard and telephone point.
Rear Double Glazed Conservatory 9'10" x 6'10" (3m x 2.08m). With picture window and double glazed door to outside. Deep tiled window sills, terracotta coloured tiled flooring. Exposed stonework to one wall. Door through to:
Bedroom 3 15'6" x 10'2" (4.72m x 3.1m). With exposed stonework to one wall. Radiator. Double glazed window onto garden.
Room Above With double glazed window and access into the adjoining barn.
First Floor Gallery Landing Area With pine cladded ceiling. Two double glazed windows. Radiator.
Bedroom 4 9'8" x 10' (2.95m x 3.05m). Victorian style fireplace. Feature double glazed window. Double radiator.
Bedroom 1 11'10" x 16'1" (3.6m x 4.9m). Victorian style fireplace. Double radiator. Two double glazed windows. Pleasant view of Irish sea.
Bedroom 2 13' x 13' (3.96m x 3.96m). Double radiator. Two double glazed windows.
Bathroom White three piece suite with pine panelled bath, low flush wc, pedestal wash hand basin. Pine panelling to walls to dado height. Double glazed window. Cork tiled floor. Expelair.
Note Stripped pine doors to the first floor. Walk-in cylinder airing cupboard with fitted shelving.
Outside Front lawned garden with pedestrian gate onto roadway. Driveway to side of property onto extensive parking area to rear. Hard standing area for static caravan Concrete paved area in between house and outbuildings. Attached stone outbuilding 37'6 x 14'6 and narrowing to 9'9 with tremendous scope for re-development (subject to necessary planning permissions) and recently re-roofed with a concrete base floor and upper block built room. Additional stone/slate outbuilding which is presently divided into a garage with double wooden doors. Rear utility/store room with concrete base floor, light power and water connected. Lean to store. A sloping paddock/orchard running down to a stream, amounting to about 1 acre.