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Inside the cheapest house on the market in North Wales

Daily Post 17/10/2020 Harri Evans

A two bedroom property in Blaenau Ffestiniog is the cheapest house on sale in North Wales.

Located on Penbrynllwyd in Glanypwll, the terraced house can be snapped up for just £55,000.

Of course, for that price, the house is not exactly ready for any buyer to move in just yet as it is in need of some serious TLC.

The entire property is in need of refurbishment, having been previously stripped bare.

Everything from floor up will need replacing and a new kitchen will need to be installed as the old one has been removed completely.

That said, the compact two storey cottage has plenty of potential and represents an ideal project for anybody looking for one.

There is also a garden to the front and back of the property, though the one to the rear has become slightly overgrown.

The house was added on Rightmove on Monday, October 12.

Based on a 10% deposit and 25 year mortgage, monthly repayments would stand at around £220.

Like the rest of the house, most of the ground floor has been stripped bare, with the gas fire and beamed ceiling the only notable features of the living room.

An exposed stone wall stands by the staircase that leads to the property's first floor which includes the two bedrooms.

The bedrooms are the rooms that require the least amount of work based on the pictures.

They have double glazing and the walls have been painted over, leaving on the flooring to sort out.

The bathroom on the other hand would need some significant refurbishment and would likely need to be stripped out in a similar way to the downstairs kitchen before any work could be done.

The kitchen is perhaps the area of the house that would require the most work.

It is completely bare at the moment and what appears to be the boiler is currently hanging from the wall.

Being essentially a blank space, potential buyers would at least be saved the trouble of having to strip it down before starting any work.

For more information on this property, visit its Right Move profile here.

Our search did not include houses up for auction, shared ownership properties, flats or caravans.

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