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2 bedroom cottage for sale

Llanaelhaearn, Caernarfon, North Wales

Withdrawn from Market £164,995

Property Description

Key features

  • Mid 1800s Stone Cottage
  • Superb Coastal Views
  • 2 Bedrooms, Crog Loft & Bathroom
  • Lounge with Inglenook & Multifuel Stove
  • Garden To Front & Rear
  • Off Road Parking For 2 Vehicles
  • Restoration & Refurbishment Project
  • Ideal Location For Holiday Let Investment

Full description

Tenure: Freehold


An original Welsh Stone Cottage from the Mid 1800s located in a perfect position between the North and South of the beautiful Llyn Peninsular and with the advantage of superb views over the coast as far as Llandudno and to the hills of Yr Eifl. The property has been extended and has all the timbered beamed ceilings and exposed stone features that one might expect. The Cottage has underfloor heating, oil central heating and a multifuel pot belly stove in the lounge. The accommodation, which is all on one level, comprises; Hallway, Bathroom and Kitchen with dual aspect windows to take in the view, a large Belfast sink and slate tiled floor. Lounge with exposed stone inglenook and multifuel stove, timbered ceiling and stable door to lean to front porch and 2 Bedrooms, with Bedroom 1 having steps to a useful Crog Loft space. This property is ideal for those looking for a refurbishment project with the perfect plot, location and features. 

LOCATION Located in the village of Llanaelhaearn on the beautiful Llyn Peninsular, at the foot of Yr Eifl to the North West and the Gyrn Hills to the north east, the village has a small church, sub post office, cafe as well as a bakery. The property is close to the A499 as it cuts across the peninsula from Pwllheli on the south to Trefor on the north coast. The village has a small church, sub post office, cafe as well as a bakery. The popular and historic village of Nefyn is just 6 miles away and is a magnet for visitors looking for great beaches and a rugged coastline. The main shopping town on the Peninsula is the vibrant market town of Pwllheli reached by the main A497 thoroughfare. The town has a fantastic marina, numerous shops, supermarkets and schools and leisure facilities and the whole of the Llyn has the most picturesque scenery North Wales has to offer. 


LOUNGE 10' 0" x 16' 3" (3.05m x 4.96m)  

KITCHEN 10' 0" x 10' 0" (3.06m x 3.07m)  

BEDROOM 1 6' 2" x 16' 6" (1.88m x 5.04m)  

BEDROOM 2 10' 8" x 7' 11" (3.26m x 2.43m max)  

CROG LOFT 6' 2" x 16' 6" (1.88m x 5.04m)  

BATHROOM 6' 11" x 6' 8" (2.12m x 2.05m)  

OUTSIDE The property is surrounded by a grassed garden with extensive views over the coast to the Great Orme in Llandudno and the peaks of Yr Eifl and the Gyrn Hills. There is off road parking for 2 vehicles to the upper part of the land and steps down to a path round to the front where there is a shed for storage. The garden has a side border of established trees and with a little tlc and a gardeners touch, this could be a real cottage garden.  

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03 August 2016


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