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6 bedroom terraced house for sale

High Street, Tywyn, Gwynedd


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ARE YOU LOOKING TO LIVE AND WORK IN A BEAUTIFUL PART OF WALES AND RUN A POPULAR SEASIDE B&B? THEN LOOK NO FURTHER! A chance to purchase a six bedroom guest house, positioned in a prime High Street setting with the added bonus of a popular Tea Rooms on the ground floor with good repeat business. The business has scope to expand and is currently run on a part time basis. In good excellent order throughout with three letting rooms and private owners accommodation on the top floor. Gas Central Heating & UPVC double glazing throughout. VIEWING IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!

Property ref: 121_2442_4602868

Situation & Locality 
Tywyn is a popular and pleasant seaside town located on the Cardigan Bay Coast, nestled between the mountains and the sea. The town offers a range of facilities and services to include High Street Shops, Bank, Supermarkets, Post Office , Primary and Secondary Schools, Leisure Centre, Cinema which features Sony 4K 3D projection and Dolby 7.1 Surround Sound., with up to date films, also hosting special events throughout the year. Cottage Hospital with modern Medical centre, Private Dentist. The Cambrian Coast Railway runs through the town with links Northwards along the West Coast and also to the Midlands Area and beyond. A footpath and cycle path has recently been created between Tywyn and Bryncrug to provide a safe walking and cycling route. A Tywyn to Aberdyfi cycle/footpath is in the process of being created.

Being situated on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park the property is also within easy reach of the southern Snowdonia Hills which provide brea...

Bedroom Five 
Positioned at the front of the property, UPVC double glazed window to front elevation overlooking the High Street. Range of fitted wardrobes. Could be easily utilised as another letting room.

Bedroom Six 
Good sized single/small double bedroom with a UPVC window on to the high street, vanity unit. Could be used as another letting room.

To the front of the property is a pleasant enclosed front garden, with seating area, which has an assortment of potted plants and seating area where clientele from the Tea Rooms can sit out. Walled boundary with railings.

Enclosed rear yard area with storage sheds and greenhouse. Off road parking for one/two vehicles and access onto the rear road leading to the High Street.

Owners Lounge 
Positioned at the rear of the property. Generous size with UPVC double glazed window to rear elevation. Period fireplace with original bread oven.

Tiled floors with modern wall and base units. A very spacious room with central preparation areas. Very well equipped for running a busy B&B and Tearooms. There is a separate larder.
Equipment includes:
Stainless steel sink
Coffee machine
Deep fat fryer
Coffee machine
Commercial Dishwasher
Double Ovens

Utility Room 
UPVC conservatory construction offering plenty of natural light. Four microwaves, multiple fridge/freezers and washing machine. Tiled flooring and door to rear garden. Door to:-

For staff only, low level W.C.

Separate W.C. 
Low level W.C.

Bedroom One 
Spacious twin room, UPVC window to rear elevation and views over towards the estuary and hills. Two single beds, TV, wardrobes. Door to:-

Entrance Porch/Hall 
On entry is a tiled entrance with original coving, that leads to a hallway. There is a reception desk with a card machine point. Period Minton tiled flooring, stairs rising to first floor landing. Doors to:-

Tea Room/Breakfast Room 
Tea rooms is used as the breakfast room for guests. Laminated flooring and an original period fire place. Wooden table and chairs for 20 covers. Bright and airy room with large bay window looking out over the front enclosed garden and High Street. There is shelving around the room for displaying items for sale.

The property offers a buyer the chance to live and work in this beautiful part of Wales, being close to many attractions in the area and offers a central base for any guests to explore. The sea front is a short stroll away from the property along with the world famous Talyllyn Railway, to which a large repeat number of guests visit regularly to volunteer.

Currently the business is run on a part time basis due to the current owners wishing to semi retire. There is plenty of scope to expand and increase business by expanding the tea rooms or letting two further bedrooms on the top floor.

Full accounts can be seen by any interested parties. Please contact the selling agents for further details.

Bedroom Two 
Spacious double room - this room has a bay window to front elevation, with original feature fireplace, double bed, TV, wardrobes. Door leading to:-

En Suite 
Fitted shower room comprising low level W.C. Wash hand basin and shower cubicle.

Bedroom Three 
Single bedroom, UPVC window to front elevation overlooking the High Street. This room has a single bed, TV, wardrobes and vanity unit with basin.

Access to:-

Large and spacious owners private bathroom. W.C. Wash hand basin and fitted shower cubicle.

Bedroom Four 
Positioned at the rear of the property, being the master bedroom enjoying views over towards the estuary and hillside. UPVC double glazed window. A range of fitted wardrobes. Fitted vanity unit.

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Added on Rightmove:
08 March 2018

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