Terraced house for sale in Penrhyd Cottages, Ffordd Penrhyd, Tal Y Cafn LL28
Terraced house for sale - 2 bedrooms
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- Private garden
- Central heating
- Double glazing
This traditional terraced Welsh cottage is perfectly situated for easy access to all of North Wales top beauty spots and adventure parks.
Featuring all the necessary cottage fixtures including a woodburning stove and inset solid fuel Rayburn this cottage would have huge appeal as a holiday cottage. The traditional style Kitchen & Bathroom are the main feature rooms in this property, it really is a 'must see' for any potential investor or first time buyer. Spacious with so much potential to improve further.
Location: Tal-y-Cafn is a small settlement in Conwy county borough, North Wales. It lies in the Conwy valley close to the Roman settlement of Canovium at Caerhun and was the site of a Roman river-crossing point of the River Conwy. The cottage is accessed off a country road and enjoys a secluded and peaceful setting in the heart of the Bodnant estate area. Although delightfully rural, the property is still easily accessible off the main Llanrwst Road and ideal for commuters to the Llanrwst and Conwy area. Close to magnificent views over the river Conwy, the Bodnant Welsh food centre is within walking distance. A 24-Hour Tesco superstore is your closet supermarket in Llandudno Junction. Adventure Parc Snowdonia, Ffyn Y Parc art gallery are also close by.
The property is accessed via original stone slab steps through a charming leafy garden archway/hedge to the property. The front patio is block paved and planted with hedging low-lying shrubs.
Entrance through shared access timber door to timber door leading into…
Living room: (3.27m x 4.31m) Timber entrance door. Carpeted. Two double glazed windows. Central Heating Radiator. Wood-burning stove. Timber cupboard housing electric meter.
Kitchen: (3.06m x 4.31m) Fitted Oak effect units with laminated worktops. Bosch stainless steel oven, gas hob. Stainless steel sink. Boiler. Double glazed uPVC windows & double-glazed uPVC door with obscure pane. Slabbed slate flooring. Central Heating Radiator. Pantry area with terracotta tiling, fixed obscure pane above timber shelf, ideal space for utility/pantry.
Stairs off kitchen lead to first landing.
Bedroom 1: (2.34m x 5.41m) Spacious room with original fireplace surround. Two uPVC double glazed windows to front elevation. Central Heating Radiator.
In the agent's opinion, the room could be divided into two smaller bedrooms.
Bedroom 2: (2.08m x 3.22m) Central Heating Radiator. UPVC double glazed window to the rear garden area.
Bathroom: (3.06m x 2.09m) Exposed scrubbed brick wall give this room a stylish touch, white suite comprising of a traditional roll top bath with shower overhead, ceramic pedestal wash hand basin & W/C with a uPVC double glazed window to rear; this room just needs fluffy towels & bath oils to complete the look!
Loft Room: (3.45m x 3.82m) Huge ‘Velux’ give this room plenty of light. Timber balustrades surround the stairwell. Ample space to fit cupboards, an excellent bright storage room. Carpeted.
Garden: To the front elevation there is a brick paved patio area with high laurel hedge for privacy. This area is large enough to house a café style table and chairs.
Rear: Lawned area to rear left of workshop, gas bottles housed here. Access pathway to rear parking area for one vehicle.
Utility Outbuilding: Paved rear courtyard with brick-built, slate roofed utility outbuilding and wood/coal store (including log/coal chute). Workshop includes Belfast sink.
Directions: From our office, follow Conwy Road right to the main roundabout and taking the 4th exit to the roundabout at the Black Cat garage towards Glan Conwy. Follow the road through Glan Conwy towards Llanrwst and continue down the hill towards Conwy River heading past the Bodnant Welsh food centre on the left-hand side and continue for approximately 500 yards towards Tal Y Cafn. Take a left turn when you get to the Tal Y Cafn pub (under construction) and continue up the hill until you see a property called 'Libblyn'. The cottages are directly opposite, raised up into the hill, with slate steps leading to number 3 & 4 on the left side of the pull in which is reserved for the cottage.
Services: Water, electricity, and bottled gas.
Tenure: Freehold; Vendor solicitors to confirm
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