Rees Pugh and his wife Margaret (nee Jenkins) brought their family up in this house. Evan was born on the 15th February 1896 at Pandy Square, Abergynolwyn, so one can conclude that they moved here after this date. Evan lived as a child with his parents at 20 Llanegryn Street Abergynolwyn which was a single story terrace with only two bedrooms.
Modern estate agent particulars describe it as a traditional, well presented, two bedroom slate cottage of character, extended and in very good order throughout. The accommodation to the property is ground floor level only and would be ideally suitable to a retired couple. The dwelling, gas centrally heated and double glazed, has gardens front and rear, front with views of the Dysynni Valley. There are restrictions for purchasing this type of property, please ask for details.
Freehold Offers in the region of £175, 000
Entrance Porch / Sun Room 6’ 4 x 5’ 10 (1.93m x 1.77m). Richly stained hardwood windows and Georgian style entrance door. Glazed Georgian style door leading into:-
Lounge (Front) 13’ 6 x 11’ 2 ( 4.11m x 3.40m) Low white stone fire-place with marble tiled hearth. Arched alcove with shelves and concealed lighting. Double doors to cloaks cupboard with dress rail and shelving. Double glazed window to front elevation with hillside views. Doors to inner hallway and breakfast kitchen.
Inner hallway. Access via an aluminium pull down ladder to loft. Boarded floor, tongue and groove ceiling and walls.Velux window.
Doors leading to Bedrooms and Bathroom.Bathroom (Rear) 7’ 2 x 6’ 2 (2.18m x 1.88m). Champagne coloured suite comprising close coupled W.C., pedestal wash hand basin with mirror and shaver light over, panelled bath. Window with obscure glass to rear elevation.
Bedroom 1 (Rear) 10’ 8 x 8’ 7 (3.25m x 2.62m). Window to rear elevation.
Bedroom 2 (Front) 12’ 6 x 10’ 8 (3.81m x 3.25m). Window to front elevation with hillside views.
Breakfast kitchen (Rear) 18’ x 8’ 8 (5.49m x 2.64m). Door to deep pantry with shelving. Window to rear elevation. Glazed Georgian style door into Cloaks / Side Entrance 5’ x 3’ (1.52m x 0.91m).
Outside Front Enclosed, slate walled garden with double wrought iron gates to block paved driveway and patio. Shale garden with mature shrubs and flowers. Views of the Dysynni Valley. Rear Enclosed garden with slate boundary wall, gated. Raised patio with two steps down to flagstone garden. Second seating area and trellis with honeysuckle. Slate outbuilding with pitch slate tiled roof (9’ x 7’).
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