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2 bedroom terraced house for sale

Tremadog, Gwynedd, North Wales

Sold STC £79,995

Property Description

Key features

  • Grade II Listed 2 Storey Cottage
  • Extensively Extended To Rear
  • 2 Double Bedrooms & Bathroom& Bathroom
  • Lounge & Sizeable Kitchen/Diner
  • Predominantly Timber Double Glazed
  • Economy 7 Storage Heating
  • Convenient For Local Amenities
  • Located Just Minutes From Porthmadog
  • Requires Modernising & Updating
  • An Historical & Picturesque Setting

Full description

Tenure: Freehold


An opportunity to purchase a slice of history within the exceptional planned village of Tremodog - this is a spacious Grade II Listed Mid Terrace 2 Storey Cottage residing in a highly convenient position within the village, ideal for local amenities and just minutes away from the neighbouring town of Porthmadog and the fabulous coastline. The property is believed to date back to the early part of the 19th century, forming the early part of William Madocks' vision to create improved transport links and prosperity to these parts of Wales. The property has been extensively enlarged to the rear and offers surprisingly spacious accommodation with the original parts of the dwelling having thick walls and an open fire to the lounge. The property is now considered to be in need of modernisation and upgrading work and as such, would make a fabulous investment to generate income for those with their own vision. The property is predominantly timber double glazed and served by economy 7 electric storage heating. The accommodation comprises: Entrance Hall, Lounge, inner Hall, Kitchen/Diner, rear Porch, Landing, 2 Bedrooms and Bathroom.  

LOCATION The village of Tremadog (which borders Snowdonia) was commissioned and built by a certain William Alexander Madocks who would go on to create the Great Embankment known as the 'The Cob' across the Glaslyn estuary, creating a major new route and opening up this part of North Wales. Tremadog offers a good range of amenities including a post office, pub, village store and fish and chip shop. Tremadog's past was linked to the slate industry but has for some time now been associated with its world class rock climbing - the famous Welsh climber Eric Jones still has a cafe on the outskirts of the village. Just beyond lies the larger seaside town of Porthmadog which offers a comprehensive range of services with high street banks, post office, chemist, doctors' surgeries and shops including a good range of independent retailers and a Tesco Supermarket. Porthmadog is essentially a gateway to the stunning Glaslyn Valley at the southern edge of the Vale of Ffestiniog which leads directly to Beddgelert and the main peaks of the Snowdonia National Park, including Snowdon and there are some fabulous beaches nearby and an excellent marina. Road links in the area are extensive and have been greatly improved allowing good access to such towns as historic Caernarfon and the university city of Bangor on the north coast.  


LOUNGE 8' 3" x 16' 11" (2.54m x 5.16m)  


KITCHEN/DINER 12' 7" x 17' 4" (3.84m x 5.29m)  



BEDROOM 1 11' 8" x 16' 11" (3.58m x 5.17m)  

BEDROOM 2 13' 6" x 13' 11" (4.14m x 4.26m max) L-shaped room - maximum dimensions. 

BATHROOM 6' 9" x 8' 0" (2.06m x 2.44m)  

OUTSIDE To the rear is a compact yard which would be suitable for bin storage. There is a lane which runs along the rear of the terrace, opening out onto the village square.  

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10 March 2017


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