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North Wales seaside resort cottage doer-upper going for just £20,000

Daily Post 4 days ago Owen Hughes

It's not often that you can pick up a property for £20,000 - but that's what's on offer with this stone built cottage in Gwynedd.

The former workshop - with the potential for conversion into a one bed home - is in the popular resort of Barmouth.

While the price is attractive there is a catch with the Park Road property.

It's what the sector calls a "doer-upper" with considerable investment needed to turn it into a home - as well as planning permission.

But for anyone with the time and skills or finance to invest could create a cracking first home.

The tools are even still there to give someone a helping hand.

Dean Warriner, from estate agent Warriners, who has the property on the market for offers over £20K, described the potential.

He said: "This workshop has been vacant for many years and requires upgrading but also offers potential to develop as a split level one bedroom cottage, subject to receiving the required planning consent.

"Although presently derelict, this delightful stone building is well located within a few minutes walk of the beach and Barmouth Bowling green/Tennis courts."

The average price of a home in Gwynedd is around £155,000 according to Land Registry.

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