The perfect retreat, set in a peaceful, unspoiled open countryside, away from everything in the heart of the glorious Llyn Peninsula. In over an acre of its own land, this centuries old cottage is a fine example of a well preserved traditional small farmstead with crog loft, situated between Pwllheli and Nefyn which provide good shopping and sporting facilities including the championship golf course at Morfa Nefyn. The cottage cannot be seen from the roadway and is not overlooked.
The cottage is of stone and slate with sash windows and briefly comprises: - Living room with inglenook fireplace and ladder access to traditional crog loft. Kitchen with Rayburn stove. Passageway connects cottage to converted barn with bathroom and two bedrooms one now used as a study, living room and store. These could easily be four bedrooms with one en-suite. Over one acre of gardens/grounds with stream boundary, also with outbuildings including traditional stone cegin fach, pig sties and ty bach.
Spectacular inglenook fireplace and open vaulted tongue and groove ceiling with an exposed A-frame. Hatch to kitchen. Quarry tiled floor. Stable door to outside. Ladder access to:-
13'8 x 15'0
Traditional crog loft/bedroom
Heat sink radiator from Rayburn. Tongue and groove ceiling. Skylight and gable window.
14'9 x 8'10
Solid fuel Rayburn providing hot water, heating and cooking. Electric cooker for summer use. Open beams. Cylinder cupboard. Double drainer stainless steel sink unit.
9'0 x 15'3
Long rear passageway
Panelled bath. Pedestal washbasin. Low level WC. Radiator (central heating or electric). Plumbing for washing machine.
Currently used as a study. Radiator. Attractive slate floor.
9'2 x 14'2
Exposed A-frame and open beams. Radiator.
13'3 x 14'0
Radiator. Outside stable door to rear. Door to:-
10'8 x 21'5
This room could easily be a bedroom. Radiator. Outside stable door.
12'4 x 13'0
Low level WC. Pedestal washbasin. Wiring for electric shower.
Approached along a fenced single track leading to the property alone. Track benefits from a permanent right of way, no other property has use of it. Extensive grounds with areas of lawn, wild flower meadow, woodland and stream boundary, a veritable nature reserve, surrounded by mature trees and shrubs, totalling approx 1.2 acres.
Lean to store. Three garden sheds. Summer house. Greenhouse. Fenced chicken area. Ample parking.
With attached pig sties and ty bach.
8'0 x 11'4
Mains electricity is connected to the property. Private water. Private drainage. Prospective purchasers should make their own enquiries as to the suitability and adequacy of these services.
We understand that the property is freehold with vacant possession available on completion. Cefn Iwrch is a Grade II Listed Building.
Glorious Rural Area Grade II Listed Building Heart of the Llyn Peninsula
Over 1 Acre of Gardens/Grounds Surprisingly Spacious Traditional Welsh Cottage