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4 bedroom town house for sale

Snowdon Street, Porthmadog, LL49

Guide Price £199,500

Property Description

Key features

  • No Onward Chain
  • Town House
  • Three / Four Bedrooms
  • One / Two Receptions
  • Stunning Bathroom
  • Double Glazed
  • Central Heating
  • Garden
  • Holiday Home With Great Income

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

The Property
This exceptional white fronted townhouse boasts an array of impressive features for modern day living.

This remarkable residence comprise of three / four bedroom, four piece suite bathroom, this beautifully designed townhouses built to a sublime specification throughout from early 1900's.

Internally the property consist on the entrance floor a spacious porch, which guides you into a spacious entrance hall, this leads you to a large open plan living / dining room which operates as the heart of this immaculate home, to the rear of the property is a modern well equipped kitchen, with stairs to the basement level.

The basement level is used as a games room / studio but can be used as a bedroom with walk in cupboard space, their is a separate box room to the rear of the basement level.

Further benefits include on the first floor two double bedrooms with a luxuriously appointed bathroom, the second floor has a large third bedroom which can be easily made into a master bedroom if you add the master en suite as their is plenty of space to do so but the choice is yours.

PACK YOUR BAGS THIS HOME IS MADE FOR YOU

Ideally located, the property is within walking distance of excellent local schools and the nearby amenities, bars and restaurants of Porthmadog.


Location
A busy harbour town with a good range of shops and attractions, including nearby Portmeirion. You can’t keep narrow-gauge railway enthusiasts away. Porthmadog is a major hub, with no less than three lines – the Ffestiniog (running to Blaenau Ffestiniog), the shorter Welsh Highland Heritage (with its excellent hands-on railway museum) and the similarly named but separate Welsh Highland (running all the way to Caernarfon). Actually, there are four, for the Welsh Highland Heritage also has a tiny miniature line which uses coal from its bigger brother broken down into smaller lumps! Trains were not the only mode of transport in Porthmadog’s history as an important hub based on the slate industry. The town’s Maritime Museum tells the story of the town’s rapid 19th-century growth into a thriving slate exporting and shipbuilding port for handsome three-masted schooners known as Western Ocean Yachts. Porthmadog’s best-loved landmark is The Cob, a mile-long embankment across the estuary that shaped the destiny of the town. Porthmadog is a good base for walkers and cyclists – follow the Llŷn Coastal Path and Lôn Ardudwy bike route. The town itself is an attractive place to explore on foot, especially since a bypass has taken much of the traffic away from the centre.

Attractions in the Porthmadog area and nearby

Black Rock Beach
Black Rock Llama Centre
Porthmadog Golf Club
Porthmadog Maritime Museum
Portmeirion
Purple Moose Brewery
Welsh Highland Heritage Railway
Welsh Highland Railway

Activity Providers in the Porthmadog area and nearby

Madog Quads
Madoc Yacht Club
Porthmadog Activity Centre

Walking and Cycling in the Porthmadog area and nearby

Lôn Ardudwy
The Cambrian Trailways Walking Routes
Wales Coast Path

Tenure
Freehold

Entrance Porch
Solid Wooden Door that leads you into The Porch that guides you into this stunning home:

Reception Hall
Accessed via secure front door the entrance hallway has stair case ascending to the first floor;

Living / Dining Room
13'5 x 23'9
Featured Bay UPVC double glazed window, two central heating radiators, television point, telephone point, coving to the ceiling and UPVC double glazed double doors leading to the private rear garden.

Kitchen / Breakfast
13'5 x 8'
UPVC double glazed window, central heating radiator, a range of high quality wall and base units with granite effect work surfaces, tiled splash-backs, bespoke zinc,drainer and mixer tap, integrated oven, extractor hood,coving to the ceiling and tile effect flooring.

Stairs to the basement level studio / fourth bedrooms and box room

First Floor Landing
Smoke alarm, stairs leading to the second floor, coving to the ceiling, doors leading to the luxury bathroom and to the two double bedrooms

Bedroom One
17'1 x 14'8
Featured UPVC double glazed window to the front elation and great sitting area which gives you views of the famous welsh mountains at a far, another double glazed window to the front elevation as well allowing plenty of light, central heating radiator, coving to the ceiling

Bedroom Two
10'2 x 10'1
UPVC double glazed window to the rear elevation, central heating radiator, coving to the ceiling

Bathroom
13'5 x 8'2
UPVC double glazed frosted window to the rear elevation, central heating radiator, a master four piece suite comprises: a self standing luxury bath, luxury double shower cubicle, wash basin, WC

Second Floor Landing
A spacious second landing area with double glazed Velux window with access to the large third bedroom with storage means already built into the eaves

Bedroom Three
17'1 x 13'8
UPVC double glazed Velux window, central heating radiator, fitted eaves storage

Basement
Access from the kitchen to the basement level:

Bedroom Four/Studio
17'1 x 13'1
A Spacious Studio which can be used as a fourth bedroom, access to the basement level box room at the rear

Box Room
13'5 x 8'10
This room is located at the rear of the Studio which can be easily used as a Gym etc

Outside
A private Rear Courtyard which is a sun trap


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Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs)

Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
18 May 2018

Nearest stations

  • Porthmadog (0.3 mi)
  • Minffordd (1.9 mi)
  • Penrhyndeudraeth (2.7 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

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Suite 7, First Floor, Cranmore Drive, Shirley, Solihull, B90 4RZ

0121 396 0881 Local call rate

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Nearest stations

  • Porthmadog (0.3 mi)
  • Minffordd (1.9 mi)
  • Penrhyndeudraeth (2.7 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Purplebricks, covering Wales

Suite 7, First Floor, Cranmore Drive, Shirley, Solihull, B90 4RZ

0121 396 0881 Local call rate

How much will it cost me to call the number displayed on the site?

Standard geographic charges from landlines and mobiles apply and calls may be included in your telecom provider's call package.

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