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The gorgeous seaside seven-bed house you can buy for less than a flat in Manchester city centre

Manchester Evening News logo Manchester Evening News 17/10/2020 Saffron Otter

Coronavirus has dominated our lives for the most part of 2020.

So who can be blamed for wanting to up sticks and get away from the city to the coast for a big change?

A spectacular seaside home is up for sale just a drive away from Manchester, for roughly the same price as a two-bedroom apartment on Whitworth Street West currently on the market for £429,000.

Snowdonia in Wales has long been a beauty spot for people living in Greater Manchester to visit, but it could soon become home.

The renovated five-bedroom property on offer there sits along the promenade in the coastal village of Llanfairfechan.

It's a Victorian mid-terrace set in a row of eye-catching pastel painted homes - with the one up for grabs in pretty pink.

Once you step out the front door, you can stroll down to be beside the sea in a matter of minutes, while behind you lie striking views of Snowdonia National Park.

It's an ideal location for those who love to spend time outdoors with a mixture of popular sights on your doorstep.

a large green field: You could be by the sea in a matter of minutes © Rightmove/Accent Properties You could be by the sea in a matter of minutes

Although the property has been renovated throughout, the owners have kept original features including mosaic flooring in the hallway and period fireplaces in the majority of rooms.


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The dining and living rooms boast panoramic views across the Menai Strait towards Anglesey and Puffin Island, and over towards Llandudno's Great Orme.

a sink and a bath tub sitting next to a window: A Victorian-style bath with ball and claw feet takes centre stage in the bathroom © Rightmove/Accent Properties A Victorian-style bath with ball and claw feet takes centre stage in the bathroom

A Victorian-style bath with ball and claw feet takes centre stage in the bathroom while the kitchen features a traditional Belfast style ceramic sink.

With the large number of bedrooms available, you could use one as an office, like the current owners have done, which is ideal for working from home during the pandemic.

a bedroom with a bed in a room: The property has kept period features in the renovation © Rightmove/Accent Properties The property has kept period features in the renovation

But the property also gives the opportunity to make some extra cash on the side.

The spacious home comes with its very own two-bed self-contained basement apartment, with its own kitchen and bathroom, that could be rented out to those looking for a holiday home over the summer.

a kitchen with a sink and a window: A classic kitchen with double doors leading out to the garden © Rightmove/Accent Properties A classic kitchen with double doors leading out to the garden

There's a lengthy stretch of tidy greenery to the front overlooking the seafront, and there's also a garden to the rear.

The Cnywy property is on the market for £425,000.

But you do get a lot for your money compared to similar priced houses in many parts of Greater Manchester.

The period home previously sold for £310,00 in 2016, which also shows the potential the property has in the current market.

You can find out more details here.

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