Thursday, 7 August 2014

Two traditional Welsh cottages

Two Welsh wrecks for you today - both traditional stone cottages. 
First the detached cottage above, in a good location at Ceunant, midway between Caernarfon and Llanberis, around 20 minutes drive from the A55.
Lounge, kitchen, two bedrooms, bathroom and utility room - it has lapsed planning permssion to extend. There's a garden area to the front and side and it comes with stone outbuildings with potential.
Inside are some nice features, like this fireplace in the lounge:

Outside are great views at the front, across to Caernarfon Bay, Anglesey and the sea:

Though not so great at the back:

It's on the market at offers around £129,950, through Bob Parry. Details and more pix here.
Also worth as look is the two-bed detached cottage below, in Llanfairyneubwll on Anglesey, a couple of miles from the village of Valley:
Two living rooms, kitchen, two bedrooms and bathroom and comes with an impressive seven acres of land.
Another stone-built, traditional cottage but this one needs a full renovation job (the agent says it's too unstable for internal viewings).
On the market at £150k through Bereford Adams, details here.