Oerddwr, Mynytho

  • £385,000
Mynytho, Pwllheli LL53 7RR, UK
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Oerddwr, Mynytho
Mynytho, Pwllheli LL53 7RR, UK
  • £385,000


Property ID: OerddwrMynytho
  • Detached
  • Property Type
  • 3
  • Bedrooms
  • 1
  • Bathroom

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  • Address Oer Ddwr Mynytho
  • City Pwllheli
  • County Gwynedd
  • Postal Code LL53 7RR
  • Area Mynytho



An exciting opportunity to acquire some 18 Acres of rural land in Mynytho on the Llyn Peninsula. Oerddwr is desirably located in a quiet and secluded area on the outskirts of the village. Nestled in a valley between Mynytho and Abersoch, this property presents a unique opportunity for a development project.

Oerddwr has just over 15 acres and is presently grazed by sheep as part of an annual grazing agreement with the neighbouring farmer. Tanrhiwiau is just over 3 acres in size with a ruined cottage upon it. It can be reached from Oerddwr via a short track which is part of a disused bridlepath (see map).

Surrounded by dense woodland and open fields, the driveway ends at a clearing where the traditional Welsh stone built cottage is located. The property briefly comprises of 3 bedrooms, a dining room, living room, separate kitchen, a porch and a conservatory/sun room. The property benefits from double glazing.

Externally the property benefits from plenty of space, an open barn and a quaint garden holding plenty of potential to expand and extent the property subject to necessary planning permissions. A natural stream runs near the property and through the land adding to the tranquil oasis that is presented at Oerddwr.

Mynytho lies three miles from Abersoch and is well served by a Post Office and general store within a short walk of the property, and includes a school, community hall and has the benefit of a bus service running at regular intervals through Mynytho connecting the surrounding villages and the market town of Pwllheli.

NOTE: We believe there are footpaths on the land at Oerddwr (see map within the listing) and more information can be found on Gwynedd Council’s website in the leisure, parks and events section. The vendors inform Elvins Estate Agents that a neighbouring farmer has the landowner’s permission to occasionally cross over the land at Oerddwr to reach another farm they own and that there is a grazing agreement in place with the same person.

The main access road down to the gate at Oerddwr is owned by the Crown. The residents of both Oerddwr and Penrhiwiau have over the years cut the overhanging growth in the lane and put gravel onto the road to maintain it.

Viewings by appointment only with Elvins Estate Agents.

We believe the property to be Freehold, but potential purchasers should seek clarification from their solicitor prior to an exchange of contracts.

Stamp Duty
Residential – £9,600
Second Home – £24,600
*Figures provided using Welsh Government LTT calculator

Council Tax
Band – C

Mains water and electricity. Septic tank. Storage heaters. Gas fire

Location Information
Pwllheli 5.5 miles . Porthmadog 18.8 miles . Bangor 35.2 miles . Chester 96.2 miles . Shrewsbury 93.2 miles . Manchester 131 miles.

Viewing is strictly by appointment only with Elvins Estate Agents

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