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Two properties consisting of a period stone built one bedroom cottage and a refurbished two bedroom detached bungalow lying adjacent to each other set in around 2 acres (0.82 ha) of land. Ideal for two families sharing or alternatively an excellent investment opportunity for holiday letting purposes. The two bedroom bungalow was tastefully modernised in the late 1990's. The adjacent cottage requires modernisation but, along with the bungalow is fitted with a system of Calor Gas central heating and uPVC windows.
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Double glazed uPVC window and front door, fireplace with open grate. Radiator. Carpeted floor.
Work tops to three sides, painted wall and base units. Integrated electric oven, electric hob with extractor over, space for washing machine. Radiator. Two double glazed uPVC windows.
Two double glazed uPVC windows looking out over countryside. Exposed stone wall. Carpeted floor. Door into bathroom. Radiator.
Single bedroom with double glazed uPVC window. Through room to bedroom 1. Radiator. Carpeted floor.
Accessed from bedroom one. Double glazed obscured uPVC window. Low level WC, shower enclosure and sink. Radiator.
Brick fireplace with open chimney, radiator. Laminate floor. Radiator. Large double glazed uPVC picture window with wonderful views of countryside and on towards Porth Neigwl (Hell's Mouth).
Radiator, laminate flooring. Single drainer sink unit with mixer tap. Integrated electric oven, integrated gas hob with extractor over, space for washing machine. Double glazed uPVC window with countryside views. Opening into Dining area.
Two double glazed uPVC windows overlooking countryside. Laminate flooring. Radiator.
Double glazed uPVC picture window with views over countryside, radiator, laminate flooring, fitted wardrobes
Double glazed uPVC picture window, radiator, laminate flooring, fitted wardrobes.
Small obscured double glazed uPVC window. Panelled bath with mixer tap and shower over bath. Pedestal sink with mixer tap and low level WC.
Private driveway leading up to a gravelled area by entrance for parking numerous vehicles. Lovely mature gardens mostly laid to lawn with mature trees and shrubbery. In addition to the garden Prys Dyrus has approximately 1.7 acres agricultural fields which the vendor has let out to a farmer in the past.
From Abersoch, proceed out of the village and take the left hand turn by Land and Sea powerboat yard. Follow the road for approximatly 2.5 miles to the T junction. Turn left onto the B4413 and follow this road to Botwnnog. In Botwnnog turn right, signposted for the school. Follow this road for 1.6 miles and then take a left for Llaniestyn. Follow this for 0.4 mile and take a right turn for Garnfadryn. After 0.3 mile Prys Dyrus is on the right.
A nearby cottage on the roadside has a right of way for access purposes over part of the private driveway.
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