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11 acres, LLwyn Hudol, Pwllheli, Gwynedd, LL53, North Wales
For Sale - Offers Over £550,000

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Entrance Hall
• Kitchen
• Living room
• Dining room
• Conservatory
• 3 bedrooms
• Bathroom
• Double garage
• Extensive outbuildings
• Large lawned garden
• Approximately 11 acres of pasture grazing
• EPC rating E
• Established kennels, cattery and stabling business

Glyddyn is a traditional Welsh Farmhouse which is well placed to provide a good sized family home or equally a second home from which to enjoy the many attractions of the Llyn Peninsula. The ground floor provides a kitchen with an oil fired AGA, a large living room with a multi-fuel burner and a pleasant dining room. There is also a modern conservatory from which there are fine views of the Llyn Peninsula countryside. The first floor provides three large bedrooms and a bathroom.

Directions to LL53 6RT
From Caernarfon proceed South West on the A499 and pass through the village of Y Ffor. Pass Bryn Beryl Community Hospital until the Glyddyn Kennels sign can be seen on the right. Turn off the public highway and follow the track for approximately 1 mile, passing a farm on your left shortly after which you will arrive at Glyddyn.

The Property
Glyddyn is situated in a pleasant rural location whilst being close to the charming coastal town of Pwllheli on the stunning Llyn Peninsula. Pwllheli is a popular year round tourist destination with two beaches that have been awarded the prestigious Blue Flag award as well as offering a range of local shops, contemporary restaurants and traditional public houses. Glyddyn, due to its central location on the Llyn Peninsula, also offers ease of access to the University City of Bangor, the A55 North Wales Expressway and the North Wales coast, with links to the national motorway network. A direct rail link from Bangor (30 miles) to London Euston takes approximately 3 ½ hours.

Glyddyn is approached via a shared drive which arrives at a pleasant farmyard around which the farmhouse and the traditional stone outbuilding are arranged. The main garden area is south facing and provides a wonderfully private location overlooking the countryside of the Llyn Peninsula. The land with the property extends to approximately 11 acres of pasture which is arranged into manageable paddocks and fields. The land is well suited for both livestock and equestrian grazing and produces an annual hay crop.

Glyddyn Kennels, Cattery and Stabling
The current owners have run a successful kennels, cattery and stabling business from the outbuildings on the holding since 2010. The buildings have been converted to provide 14 kennels and 5 enclosures for cats with further accommodation including 6 loose boxes, tack and store rooms as well as an exercise area for dogs. The business enjoys many return bookings annually from local clients as well as those from further afield visiting the Llyn Peninsula with their pets. The business is included with the sale of the property and further details are available from the selling agents. Website:

Mains electricity, private water supply and private
drainage. Oil fired central heating and AGA.

Council Tax Band E

Local Authority
Gwynedd County Council
Tel: 01766 771000

Wayleaves, rights of way and easements
The property will be sold subject to and with the benefit of all wayleaves, easements and rights of way, whether mentioned in these particulars or not.

Strictly by appointment through the selling agents Carter Jonas Tel: 01248 360414


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