4-bed, 2-bathroom improved & extended traditional cottage; outbuildings, stabling and orchard 2.56 acres, Lleyn Peninsula north Wales
This attractive smallholding is situated in a convenient position on the outskirts of the sought after village of Morfa Nefyn, a small seaside village on the north coast of the glorious Lleyn Peninsula
The property comprises a traditional detached stone cottage under slate which has been much improved and modernised to a high standard to provide comfortable and extended accommodation.
Kitchen 15’10 x 12’1 (4.83m x 3.68m)
Tiled floor. Multi fuel stove. Cottage style kitchen units with integral hobs and double oven. Integral dishwasher. One and a half bowl sink unit. Radiator. Island unit. Stairs to crog loft
Study/Sitting Room 15’9 x 9’1 (4.8m x 2.77m)
Tiled floor. Radiator. Multi fuel stove. Door to:-
Conservatory 11’6 x 11’6 (3.51m x 3.51m)
Doors to front and rear gardens. Tiled floor. Crog Loft comprising:-
Bedroom Three 10’2 x 11’11 (3.1m x 3.63m)
Velux. Door to :-
Bedroom Four 9’3 x 9’11 (2.82m x 3.02m)
Bedroom One 12’8 x 11’5 (3.86m x 3.48m)
Tiled floor. Radiator. Dual aspect windows. Beams
Low level WC. Pedestal wash basin. Double shower cubicle with electric shower. Heated towel rail. Tiled walls and floor.
Living Room/Dining Room 21′ x 15’6 (6.4m x 4.7m)
Four radiators, dual aspect (3 windows). Vaulted roof with beams. Cupboard with oil fired combination boiler for full central heating and hot water.
Bedroom Two 10’7 x 9’9 (3.23m x 2.97m)
Radiator. Dual aspect.
Bathroom 7’5 x 10′ (2.26m x 3.05m)
Panelled bath. Electric shower. Pedestal wash basin. Low level W.C. 2 radiators. Electric towel warmer. Tiled floor.
The house is surrounded by extensive gardens with lawned areas, mature trees and wildlife ponds.
The land with the property is put down to useful pasture and also includes an apple orchard with in excess of 150 trees.
- a block of 3 modern wooden stables
- 2 breeze block pig sties
- a tin barn
- 2 open-fronted machinery/livestock sheds
- 30′ polytunnel
- small greenhouse
- useful utility room with a Belfast sink and toilet
- block of 4 dog kennels with runs
We are within walking distance of the world-renowned Ty Coch seaside pub located at the end of the Morfa Nefyn beach. The pub can be reached by walking across the beach or walking through the beautifully positioned 27-hole golf course. In the village there is a school, shops and pubs.
Mains water, electricity and drainage are connected to the property.
There are ten solar panels on the south-west facing roof slope which provide a useful income stream in excess of £1,000 pa (receipts can be provided)
Fibre optic broadband
EPC rating – F
So, if the thoughts of a smallholding in a seaside village appeal to you, contact us for further details.
From Pwllheli proceed north-west on the A497
Pass through Efailnewydd
At the Bryn Cynan roundabout proceed straight on (B4412)
Enter Morfa Nefyn and
Pwll Brwyn is on the left hand side as you enter the village and situated before the Chapel (on the right)
OS Ref: SH 292-399. Sat Nav Ref: LL53 6AD