A three-bedroom Pen Llŷn cottage with countryside views may end up being one of the cheapest properties on the market in North Wales. The end-of-terrace house is located a short walk from Traeth Nefyn on Fron Terrace in Nefyn.

It will go under the hammer later this month with a guide price of £50,000. Unlike most properties in this price bracket, this Gwynedd cottage isn't a fixer-upper by any means.

With gardens to the front and back overlooking the Pen Llŷn countryside, the cottage is already an appealing prospect - and that's without stepping foot inside. Whoever snaps up the cottage in the auction will not have a great deal of work to do when it comes to the interior.

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Well presented throughout, the ground floor consists of a relatively spacious living room, kitchen, hallway, toilet, conservatory, and a spare room. Two bedrooms and a bathroom can be found on the first floor with a further loft room on the floor above.

It's relatively rare for a house with a £50,000 guide price to need as little work as this Nefyn cottage does. From the pictures in the listing, it appears that the house doesn't need any kind of renovation, apart from a fresh coat of paint in the odd room.

One of the property's main selling points, apart from the location and price, is the spacious garden to the back of the house. It has a decent-sized decking area and a small lawn with two sheds and views of the surrounding fields.

Viewings are available from Saturday, October 21 to Monday, October 23 when the cottage will go to auction. For more information on the sale, you can view the listing here.

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