Monday 10 September 2018

Three rural Welsh homes, two with sea views

Apologies for the posting gap, I've been on my travels again. And my travelling does seem to take me to Wales a fair bit so I've got a bit of a Welsh wrecks special for you today. 
This stunning coastal home first of all. I'm absolutely besotted with this one. The sea views are amazing (and definitely make up for the damp corners in the bedrooms...).

Three bedrooms and large bathroom upstairs, dining kitchen, living room, halls and utility downstairs.

And 22 acres outside.
Just let that sink in for a while. Sea views across Ceredigion Bay and Llyn Peninsula to the front, mountains and fields to the rear - acres of which you own.

There are gardens to the front, side and rear, and the property is within the Snowdonia National park.
Gwastadgoed Canol is a couple of miles from the pretty coastal village of Llwyngwril, on the Cardigan Bay Coast, Gwynedd.
On the market through RG Jones with a  guide price of £325k. Details and more pictures here and here.
The property below, at Morfa a couple of miles from Newport, is very similar.

Gorgeous coastal views again, nice-looking three-bedroom house (at least from the outside - no inside pix with this one), and land. Just over 16 acres.

There's a garage and storage, plus gardens, as well as that land (split into two blocks)
Up for auction on October 5th, through JJ Morris with a guide price of £300k-£350k. Details here and here.
Also up for auction - although rather sooner on September 20th, is this gorgeous two-for-one.

Sent by regular reader Jacky ("another Welsh gem!"), it's a former chapel plus chapel house, just outside the market town of Lyanfyllin, Powys.
The pretty, former Welsh Presbyterian chapel is basically one big (ish) room, and the chapel house is is basically two rooms upstairs and two downstairs (no inside pix).

All enclosed within the chapel's - overgrown - grounds.

The chapel itself is so, so pretty. And, for a building in the middle of nowhere with several broken windows, looks pretty well-preserved and vandal-dodged.

Up for auction through MMP with a guide price of £50k. Details here and here.