Eduardos High Street Pwllheli

Property image of home to buy in 53 High Street, PwllheliTudor Estate Agents & Chartered Surveyors have been favoured with instructions to offer this substantial former Italian restaurant with living accommodation for sale.

The property is situated in a prominent position on the High Street in Pwllheli, a thriving market and seaside town located on the south side of the glorious Llyn Peninsula and boasts excellent amenities including leisure centre, golf course and marina.

The premises briefly comprises of the following: -
The ground floor has been completely renovated providing excellent quality restaurant space with about 40 covers, attractive reception/bar area, commercial kitchen and usual offices.


The first floor is suitable for further restaurant space but does require additional work.

On the second floor there is a self-contained two bedroom flat with separate access.

The property includes a rear garden with potential.

More details on this property here


Property image of home to buy in Craig Y Llan (Quarry Road), LlanbedrogTan Y Mynydd Farm is situated in a glorious south facing position at the foot of Llanbedrog headland and in a designated area of outstanding natural beauty, within easy walking distance of Warren Beach and benefiting from a private boat access.

This detached period cottage dates back some 300 years and still possesses much character, the original structure being built for the local quarry stonemason.

The cottage is situated with much privacy within its own land the grounds extending to some 1.29 acres containing a static caravan, various ancillary buildings, and is located in an elevated position enjoying spectacular views across Cardigan Bay and St Tudwal's Islands.

The grounds are a particular feature with a host of specimen flowering shrubs and plants with separate paddock enclosures an orchard and outbuildings.

The property has been sympathetically extended, modernised and improved to provide comfortable modern accommodation but retaining the characteristics and charm of a traditional welsh cottage with potential to extend further, planning permission being in place for en-suite bedroom, and separate additional Bathroom, and is worthy of inspection and briefly comprises of the following:

Entrance hallway with double doors leading to lounge with multi fuel stove.

Open plan kitchen/diner with modern fitted kitchen and french doors leading to the garden at the front.

Utility room. Downstairs shower room. Separate toilet. Bedroom with walk-in wardrobe (potential for en-suite)

On the first floor: - Open plan bedroom with velux windows and views.

Outside: - The cottage is nestled into its own grounds and opens up to patio gardens and deck. Outbuildings. Drive and ample parking areas.
The caravan is situated within its own garden area but probably in need of replacement.

This is a rare occasion to purchase a freehold property in this popular tourist area and benefiting from spectacular views.

More Details here (Property Ref: AS629)


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published 9th December 2019

Update 09/04/19

The Welsh government announced the Renting Homes (Wales) Fees Bill is anticipated to receive Royal Assent in May. This means, that providing the timetable is kept, the ban on fees will commence on 1 September 2019.

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The following is copied from a ARLA Circulation:

On Tuesday 12 June 2018 the Welsh Government introduced the Renting Homes (Fees etc) (Wales) Bill to ban fees charged in the private rented sector.

The Bill will ban tenants from being charged for anything other than Rent, Security Deposits, Holding Deposits, Utilities, Communication Services, Council Tax and Default Fees.

 

AMENDMENTS AT STAGE 3

Amendments that passed at Stage 3 were largely those tabled on behalf of the Welsh Government by the Housing and Local Government Minister, Julie James AM. The Minister also worked with the Welsh Conservatives and Plaid Cymru on some further clarifying amendments to the Bill.

Enforcement authorities
Previously the legislation referred to enforcement activity being instigated by ‘a local housing authority’. This has been amended to ‘enforcement authority’, which allows for both local authorities and the licensing authority (Rent Smart Wales) to enforce the legislation. They will also have the power to bring criminal proceedings under the Bill.

Green Deal
Green Deal charges are included as a permitted payment under ‘Utilities’. Letting agents and landlords will be allowed to charge a contract-holder (or tenant) their agreed portion of Green Deal loan repayments as part of their contract (or tenancy).

Exit fees
Landlords and letting agents will not be allowed to charge exit fees at the end of a contract. Please note, this does not include an early Surrender of Tenancy or where the contract-holder leaves without providing the required notice.

Treatment of Holding Deposit
The legislation now clarifies that any payment of a Holding Deposit that exceeds the equivalent of one week’s rent will be a Prohibited Payment and must be refunded. The person who received the Holding Deposit must also be the person who repays it.

Advertising
After a Holding Deposit has been paid by a potential contract-holder, the letting agent or landlord must not advertise the property to any other prospective tenants.

Late rent payments
Late rent payments are now specified as a payment in the event of a default. At the moment there are no details on whether this will be capped and we expect the Guidance from the Welsh Government to provide clarity on this once the Bill has passed the Senedd. Further specified Default Fees can be included by secondary legislation.

Notice for Possession
The Renting Homes (Wales) Act 2016 has been amended to disallow letting agents and landlords from issuing a contract-holder with a Notice for Possession where they have been charged a prohibited payment and it has not been fully refunded. This also applies where a Holding Deposit has not been wholly refunded and has not gone towards rent or the Security Deposit. The same applies to the landlord’s break clause.

Stage 4 proceedings (passing of the Bill in Plenary) will take place in the Assembly on 27 March 2019. We will be updating the Fact Sheet and providing other resources in due course.

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