Retail Property (high street) for saleCriccieth, Gwynedd, North Wales
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2,277 sq. ft.
- 2,277 sq ft (211 sq m)
The historic town of Criccieth is situated on the beautiful southern coast of the Lleyn Peninsula, which offers superb scenery - sandy beaches, a rugged coastline and a dramatic backdrop of the southern Snowdonia mountain range in the distance. Porthmadog is some 5-6 miles from the village, while the proximity of the sea means that there is the possibility to enjoy water sports, sailing and fishing or even just a paddle! The village enjoys a good range of amenities including shops, a post office, restaurants and pubs, a golf course and essential seaside fish & chips and an ice cream parlour. The main shopping town on the peninsula is the market town of Pwllheli, some 8 miles away which is reached by the main A497 thoroughfare and has a large marina, a good range of shops, schools and rail links. Porthmadog, in the other direction is home to a famous narrow gauge mountain steam railway and has a unique history associated with the slate industry.
With 2 separate shop frontages, currently trading as an antiques outlet and hair/beauty salon (internally linked), each has its own basement which is ideal for storage purposes and there is a separate 2 bedroomed annexe, sizeable garage and courtyard garden. The first and second floor of the main building is laid out as conventional living accommodation offering a Lounge, Kitchen, Dining Room, Bathroom, Bedroom with Dressing Room with a further 2 Bedrooms above. The hairdressing salon is generating a rental figure of £4,070 per annum. We´d like to point out that the views, especially from the second floor bedrooms are spectacular on a sunny day, taking in the castle, Tremadog Bay across to the southern peaks of Snowdonia on the Cambrian coastline.
The separate annexe has been completely renovated at some stage in the recent past, offering cottage-like appeal with 2 Reception Rooms, a Shower Room and 2 inter-connecting Bedrooms to the first floor. This annexe has the potential to be a holiday let or even provide separate living accommodation. There is an enclosed courtyard to the rear with a raised flowerbed/shrubbery. From the rearmost utility/washroom is a door opening to the side where there is pedestrian and vehicular access beneath the archway leading to the garage. The garage forms part of the separate annexe. It has bi-folding timber doors, a high beamed ceiling, 3 Velux skylights and electricity supply.
Prices, outgoings and rentals quoted are exclusive of, but may be liable to VAT.
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There is vehicular access through the archway into the pub car park to get to the garage.
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Electric Economy 7 storage heating.
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