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Tandderwen, Llanllechid, LL57

2 beds | 1 bath | 2 receptions | Offers over £150,000 Having knowledge of the purchase price allows you to calculate the overall expense incurred in acquiring the property. Read our glossary page

  • Traditional End Terrace Stone Cottage
  • Central Village Location
  • Spacious Living Room & Dining Room
  • Log Burnig Stove with Slate Lintel
  • 2 Bedrooms & Off-Road Parking
  • Modern Bathroom with Shower over Bath
  • uPVC Double Glazing Installed 2013
  • Manageable Enclosed Garden
  • No Onward Chain

A double fronted cottage with off-road parking and modern bathroom.

Located at the start of a traditional row of similar cottages, number 1/2 Tanderwen is a delightful cottage which was once a village shop. This beautiful cosy home is both well-presented and offers ample living accommodation. The ground floor comprises of a tiled entrance porch, which leads into a spacious dining room that features a delightful former fireplace with local slate lintel above. Adjoining this room is an equally sized living room with log burning stove and local slate lintel, perfect for those cosy winter nights. To the rear of the property is a long galley kitchen with wooden worktops and integrated electric oven/hob (a new rubber roof was fitted in 2023). The white goods (fridge, freezer, and washing machine) can be included, if required. Upstairs you'll find 2 bedrooms and a contemporary bathroom with shower over bath. The property is heated by the gas central heating and also benefits from uPVC double glazing (installed in 2013). We highly recommend you book a viewing soon to fully appreciate this traditional cottage that still retains many original features. The property is approached across a concrete yard which allows for off-road parking. Neighbouring properties do have a right of way on foot. Across the yard is a manageable size garden, mostly flagged, with mature raised beds.

The property is situated in the small upland village of Llanllechid, 200 meters from Eryri National Park, 3 miles to the A55 dual carriageway, & 4 miles south of the university city of Bangor. This popular village community has a local store & post office, village pub & primary school and is within easy reach of the larger village of Bethesda, it's leisure centre and shopping.


Dining Room
4.50m x 3.65m (14'9" x 12')
max. dimensions

Living Room
4.50m x 3.57m (14'9" x 11'9")
max. dimensions

8.34m x 1.35m (27'4" x 4'5")
max. dimensions

First Floor Landing

Bedroom 1
4.49m x 3.61m (14'9" x 11'10")
max. dimensions

Bedroom 2
3.67m x 1.99m (12'0" x 6'6")

2.52m x 1.53m (8'3" x 5'0")
max. dimensions

Council Tax
The property is council tax band B.

We are informed by the seller this property benefits from Mains Water, Gas, Electricity and Drainage.

Gas Central Heating. The agent has tested no services, appliances or central heating system (if any).

We have been informed the tenure is freehold with vacant possession upon completion of sale. Vendor's solicitors should confirm title.

Dafydd Hardy Estate Agents Limited for themselves and for the vendor of this property whose agents they are to give notice that: (1) These particulars do not constitute any part of an offer or a contract. (2) All statements contained in these particulars are made without responsibility on the part of Dafydd Hardy Estate Agents Limited. (3) None of the statements contained in these particulars are to be relied upon as a statement or representation of fact. (4) Any intending purchaser must satisfy himself/herself by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of each of the statements contained in these particulars. (5) The vendor does not make or give and neither do Dafydd Hardy Estate Agents Limited nor any person in their employment has any authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatever in relation to this property. (6) Where every attempt has been made to ensure the accuracy of the floorplan contained here, measurements of doors, windows, rooms and any other items are approximate and no responsibility is taken for any error, omission, or mis-statement. This plan is for illustrative purposes only and should be used as such by any prospective purchaser. The services, systems and appliances shown have not been tested and no guarantee as to their operability or efficiency can be given. Floorplans made with Metropix 2007.

From Junction 11 of the A55 head south on the A5 towards Bethesda. 2.1 miles after leaving the junction roundabout you will reach a crossroads, turn left here. Follow the road (Llwyn Bleddyn Road) for 0.7 miles until you reach a sharp right-hand bend, turn left here onto Llanllechid Road, this is the centre of Rachub, (the Royal Oak pub will be obvious) and then immediately right onto the High Street / Styrd Fawr (a narrow single lane road with buildings either side). Tandderwen will be found approximately 150 yards up the High Street on the right-hand side (just before the left turn into Tan y Bwlch Road).

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