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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Tan y Graig, Pentrefelin, Criccieth LL52 0PT

£450,000

Property Description

Key features

  • A spacious detached residence
  • Enjoying views from the rear terraced garden towards the sea
  • Situated in a much sought after residential location
  • Double glazing and gas fired central heating
  • Charming glass roofed verandah to front
  • Pleasing décor throughout

Full description

A well-appointed detached period residence, pleasantly situated in its own landscaped grounds in the village of Pentrefelin, being just two miles from the bustling harbour town of Porthmadog and two miles from the castle town of Criccieth. The surrounding area benefits from a variety of outdoor pursuits, including golf courses, sailing, fishing, climbing, biking and many scenic country and coastal walks.

Tan y Graig is an attractive property with timeless appeal. A charming glass roofed verandah fronts the house providing a sheltered seating/outdoor dining area, with a delightful aspect overlooking the lawned gardens. With pleasing décor throughout, Tan y Graig offers a contemporary interior with all the benefits of modern living. The present owners have tastefully upgraded the accommodation to include double glazing, gas fired central heating and two ensuite bedrooms. The character fabric of the original building has been retained, with wood burning stoves set in both large inglenook fireplaces and exposed wooden beams to the first floor bedrooms. Two gated driveways lead to the property, there is ample parking space for several vehicles, and an attached garage.

A particular feature of the property is the raised garden to the rear affording uninterrupted views across the rolling countryside and towards Moel y Gest and the sea.

Accommodation (all measurements approximate):-

Ground Floor

Entrance lobby / Dining Room 6.92m x 4.81m (max) With double glazed timber front door; attractive stone fireplace fitted with log burning stove set on raised slate hearth, staircase with under stair storage, 2 radiators

Lounge 4.86m x 4.77m With double glazed timber door to veranda; attractive stone fireplace fitted with log burning stove set on raised slate hearth, 2 radiators, integrated fan and light fitting

Bedroom 4 6.0m x 2.63m With dual aspect and radiator En-suite shower room with shower cubicle, low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, tiled floor, cabinet, heated towel rail, painted half panelled walls

Kitchen 4.22m x 2.64m with range of wall and base units including twin 'Belfast' sink unit, built-in 'White Westinghouse' double oven and steam oven, 'White Westinghouse' 5 ring gas hob with extractor hood over, built-in 'Bosch' microwave, integrated Fridge and 'Bosch' dishwasher, granite effect and solid oak work surfaces, tiled and panelled surrounds, tiled floor, radiator.

Back Kitchen 4.27m x 2.96m with range of wall, base and tall units including single drainer stainless steel sink unit, integrated fridge freezer, plumbing for washing machine, space for tumble dryer, tiled floor, radiator, stable type rear door with double glazing to the upper portion.

Studio 6.02m x 2.69m With radiator and dual aspect

First Floor

Landing
With radiator, double airing cupboard housing pre-lagged hot water cylinder with immersion fitted

Master Bedroom 4.86m x 4.47m With exposed ceiling beams, 2 radiators, views over the rolling countryside and towards the sea

En-suite shower room with shower cubicle, extractor fan, low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, exposed ceiling beams, roof light.

Bedroom 2 4.56m x 3.85 With exposed ceiling beams, 2 radiators, views over the rolling countryside and towards the sea

Bedroom 3 4.24m x 3.12m With radiator

Bathroom
With white suite comprising free standing Victorian style roll top bath, low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, double walk-in tiled shower, painted half panelled walls, heated towel rail.

Box Room 2.67m x 2.63m (restricted headroom) With exposed ceiling beams, radiator, roof light

External:
The property is accessed via 2 separate gated entrances and a tarmacadam driveway with ample parking, leading to a crazy paved footpath and a Verandah to the front of the property with double glazed roof panels over crazy paved patio. There is a well maintained sizeable garden laid mainly to lawn with an array of mature trees and shrubs to the front and a timber garden shed. Stone steps and a roped handrail leads up to the rustic raised garden at the rear providing breath-taking views towards Moel-Y-Gest, across the rolling countryside and towards the sea beyond. .Boiler Room with "Potterton" gas fired central heating boiler. Attached Garage (6.20m x 4.78m) with light and power connected, electric roller shutter door.

NOTE: The Agents have not tested any electrical installations, central heating system or other appliances and services referred to in these particulars and no warranty is given as to their working ability.

THESE PARTICULARS ARE THOUGHT TO BE MATERIALLY CORRECT THOUGH THEIR ACCURACY IS NOT GUARANTEED AND THEY DO NOT FORM PART OF ANY CONTRACT.


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11 April 2018

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