Cottage on sale for just £35,000 but it’s so tiny you need to fold your bed away and the toilet is in the garden shed

A WELSH cottage with stunning scenery has gone on sale for just £35,000 but it's so tiny you will need to fold away you bed -and the toilet is in the garden shed.

This adorable place is sandwiched between the splendour of Snowdonia and the unspoilt beauty of Llyn Peninsula with an incredible coastline.




But there's a setback, the property is somewhat lacking in facilities.

As well as the hidden toilet in the shed, there's no shower or bath, and no indoor toilet facilities.

There's not enough room to swing a cat in the kitchen or the bedroom either but the living room does have enough room for an electric fire, an arm chair, a sofa and even a Welsh dresser.

And reportedly, you cannot sleep and while a partner gets dressed at the same time either, as the bed needs to flip before you use the drawers.

The estate agent describes the cottage as in need of complete renovation could could be a fun fixer upper project.

With space in the rear garden, the cottage could be extended into the garden to create a larger kitchen, bedroom and install a shower room.

And with some clever design to maximise any additions to the floor plan, should planning permission allow.

The electrics, plumbing, heating and windows could all do with some modernising while you're at it.

To maximise space, you could even make the property a one-room studio with a mezzanine.

This happy little house is located in the tiny hamlet of Pant Glas, on the road from Porthmadog to Caernarfon – well placed to visit either of these attractive coastal towns.

Among the few things that don't need renovating is the stunning view opposite the house,described as "breathtaking with sheep-filled fields
rolling towards and up the majestic mountains on the horizon."

And don't worry about being isolated – the little cottage is actually a terrace and you'll have neighbour in a larger house next door and there's another twin quaint cottage on the other side of the house.

The garden gate in the stone front garden wall opens into a front garden that could easily welcome a bistro table or deckchair.

The handy garden shed has some space to house tools and paint pots the new owner is likely to be bringing to the cottage to update it.

It also houses the unexpected toilet away from the building.

There's no current information available on whether the cottage is listed and is being sold by estate agent Bob Parry, who state that the property is to be sold by informal tender and all tenders must be submitted in writing to their Caernarfon office no later than noon on Friday, November 12.



 

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