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1 bedroom cottage for sale

Old Tan Rhiw, Beddgelert, North Wales

Sold by Us £135,000

Property Description

Key features

  • 2 Storey Mid Terrace Cottage
  • Modernised Yet Full Of Character
  • 1 Sizeable Bedroom & Shower Room
  • Beamed Ceiling, Inglenook & Multi-fuel Stove
  • uPVC Double Glazing & Solid Fuel Central Heating
  • Established Holiday Let Business
  • Superb View Towards Gwynant Valley
  • Steep Tiered Garden To Rear
  • Just A Short Walk To Village Of Beddgelert
  • Ideal Retreat Or Holiday Home

Full description

Tenure: Freehold


Here we have a beautifully presented, charming 2 Storey Mid Terrace Cottage situated just ⅓ mile from the centre of the picturesque village of Beddgelert, in the heart of the Snowdonia National Park and commanding superb views of the nearby hillsides and the Gwynant Valley. The cottage has been refurbished and sympathetically modernised in recent years, retaining its essential character with the most recent addition being the fitment of new kitchen units in 2015. There is the option to purchase the property fully furnished by negotiation. The cosy nature of the property is made a reality with the large multi-fuel stove which resides in the exposed stone inglenook fireplace. The stove has a back boiler and provides heating to the first floor via radiators. The kitchen comes fitted with a built-in oven and hob whilst the shower room offers an appealing modern suite. The property benefits from part solid fuel central heating and uPVC double glazing. The accommodation briefly comprises: Living Room/Kitchen, Landing, Bedroom and Shower Room. The cottage would make an excellent weekend retreat or holiday home and viewing is highly recommended.  

LOCATION The village of Beddgelert is located in an enchanting and picturesque setting, nestled right in the heart of Snowdonia offering opportunities for many recreational pursuits such as walking, cycling, and mountain climbing amidst outstanding scenery and abundant wildlife. You will no doubt have heard of the village, famous for the legend of Prince Llewelyn and his faithful hound! The nearby Aberglasyn Valley is arguably one of the most scenic locations in North Wales and Nant Gwynant in the opposite directions has two superb lakes just a short drive away. Beddgelert offers a primary school, a convenience store/post office, together with a number of restaurants and public houses, craft shops, a tempting ice cream parlour and an outdoor/camping warehouse. The towns of Porthmadog and Caernarfon are approximately 12 & 14 miles away respectively and between them and their neighbouring communities offer a range of shops, essential services and recreational facilities to cater for your needs. 

LIVING ROOM/KITCHEN 16' 5" x 13' 10" (5.02m x 4.22m max)  


BEDROOM 16' 11" x 8' 2" (5.18m x 2.51m)  


OUTSIDE To the front is a raised garden area where you can sit back, listen to the Glaslyn River and soak up the views. To the rear, there is a garden so-to-speak, essentially built into the steep rocky slopes of the hillside. This consists mainly of steps with two level seating areas, where again there are stunning views to be enjoyed across the Gwynant Valley. 

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Added on Rightmove:
09 March 2016


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