- Generous Semi Detached Period Residence
- Exceptional Position With Dramatic Sea Views
- 3 Bedrooms, En-suite, Family Bathroom & WC
- Sizeable Lounge/Dining Room & Sun Room
- Study, Lean-to Garden Room, Cellar & Store
- Double Glazing & Gas Central Heating
- Garage/Store, Garden, Decking & Summer House
- Breathtaking Location Overlooking Criccieth Bay
- Requires Some Modernising/Updating Work
- Convenient For Castle, Seafront & Amenities
What a location and what a view - on a clear day, there’s little to compare! This decidedly spacious Semi Detached Period House offers far more than first appearances would suggest and the garden to the rear directly overlooks the sea. That’s one spectacular view!
Words fail to describe the views from Orwel - on a clear day, you’ll be bowled over! Here we have a most spacious Semi Detached Period House situated in a highly desirable waterside location in the historic coastal village of Criccieth, with a southerly facing rear garden that backs onto the sea. It’s a superbly dramatic position with unsurpassed views that cannot be overstated. The property offers roomy accommodation with a few hidden surprises along the way. The main living room is located to the rear to take full advantage of the views with ample space for dining purposes too plus a feature fireplace housing a real flame gas fire. The kitchen features an Aga range and there’s the convenience of a downstairs WC. There are three good size bedrooms on the first floor, two of which offer dramatic sea views and one coming with en-suite facilities and all served by a spacious comprehensive family bathroom. Accessed off the landing is a sizeable boarded attic room which could make a fabulous hobby room or office. Externally, there’s a well-stocked garden leading through to a large decked patio with timber summerhouse directly overlooking the sea. Also accessed from the garden is a lean-to garden room with cellar and garage/store, all fitted with power/light. Whilst the property has obviously been well-cared for in the past, it would now profit from further modernising to bring it up to today’s standard. Benefiting from double glazing and gas central heating, the accommodation briefly comprises: Entrance Hall, WC, Kitchen, Study, Lounge/Dining Room, Sun Room, Landing, 3 Bedrooms, En-suite, Bathroom and Attic Room. Accessible from the outside: Garage/Store, Lean-to Garden Room, Cellar and Utility/Store. The historic town of Criccieth is situated on the beautiful southern coast of the Llyn Peninsula, offering exceptional coastal scenery - sandy beaches, a rugged coastline and a dramatic backdrop with the Snowdonia mountain range in the distance. The village offers a good range of amenities including shops, post office, restaurants and pubs, golf course and essential seaside fish & chips and ice cream parlour. The main shopping town on the peninsula is the market town of Pwllheli, some 9 miles away, which is reached by the main A497 thoroughfare and has a large marina, a good range of shops, schools and rail links. Porthmadog lies in the other direction being some 5 miles from the village. The proximity of the sea means that there is the possibility to enjoy water sports, sailing, fishing and dramatic coastal walks.
From our Caernarfon office, follow the A487 in the direction of Porthmadog turning right for Criccieth along the B4411 just after the village of Bryncir. Following the road into the centre of Criccieth (the junction with the A497), proceed straight over and continue over the railway track, bearing right onto Tanygrisiau Terrace. On reaching the 'T' junction, you will find the property located directly opposite.
4.55m x 2.28m (14'11" x 7'6")
3.52m x 3.14m (11'7" x 10'4")
6.78m x 6.04m (22'3" x 19'10")
3.17m x 2.59m (10'5" x 8'6")
4.30m x 3.49m (14'1" x 11'5")
2.52m x 2.29m (8'3" x 7'6")
4.29m x 3.16m (14'1" x 10'4")
3.53m x 3.17m (11'7" x 10'5")
3.47m x 2.80m (11'5" x 9'2")
6.49m x 4.43m (21'4" x 14'6")
Lean-to Garden Room
7.49m x 2.31m (24'7" x 7'7")
3.60m x 1.47m (11'10" x 4'10")
3.05m x 1.38m (10'0" x 4'6")
5.71m x 2.36m (18'9" x 7'9")
Council tax band D.
Please note that the property is in the process of going through probate, therefore a sale cannot complete until the probate is through.
We are informed by the seller this property benefits from Mains Water, Gas, Electricity and Drainage.
Gas Central Heating. The agent has tested no services, appliances or central heating system (if any).
We have been informed the tenure is Freehold with vacant possession upon completion of sale. Vendor’s solicitors should confirm title.
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