One of a small terrace of four cottages in a quiet secluded woodland locality in North Gower. Set on a hillside with expansive views across the waters of the Loughor estuary and on to the hills beyond. The cottage has two good double bedrooms. It is comfortable and freshly decorated, with central heating and double-glazing throughout. This sale involves no onward chain.
To the rear of the ground floor living-space is the tiled-floor kitchen (12'10"x8'10") with wall-mounted oil-fired boiler and control unit (for hot water and central heating), ceramic hob, built-in electric oven, integrated fridge and freezer, space and plumbing for automatic washing-machine, plenty of cupboards and wall-cabinets, lots of worktop-space and a breakfast bar.
The sitting-room area ( 12'10"x18'10") has a smart wooden floor and an inglenook fireplace with inset cast-iron ‘Montrose’ multi-fuel stove. There is an understairs cupboard, TV point, telephone point (the broadband speed easily supports TV streaming) and two central-heating radiators. The front aspect window offers fine views across the estuary and there is a glazed entrance-door with exterior light.
Stairs rise to the landing which gives access to:
Bedroom One ( 12'10"x9'2"): rear aspect, radiator.
Bathroom: vinyl floor, spotlights, skylight, ladder-style heated towel-rail, white suite (WC, basin, bath with Gröhe shower over).
Airing cupboard: containing hot-water cylinder fitted with immersion-heater.
Bedroom Two ( 12'10"x9'2"): front aspect, currently being used as a study, with vaulted ceiling and skylight, radiator and telephone point.
Outside, there is shared off-road parking. To the front of the property is a cottage garden (35’) with a weatherproof shed. Steps lead from the kitchen door to the substantial rear garden (150’) which comprises a large decked area suitable for use as a workspace or for entertaining, and then a succession of varied garden environments: meadow; rockery; shrubbery; shingle; vegetable plots; plus a growing-house/polytunnel and a weatherproof garden shed. There are two water taps for supplying irrigation.
Myrtle Hill is within walking distance of the village of Penclawdd (traditional home of the cockle trade). Local shopping facilities include pharmacy, CK’s supermarket, post office, beauticians, pubs, butchers and fast-food outlets. There is a community centre and a school nearby as well as sports clubs (rugby and soccer) and a variety of local churches. The location provides convenient access to the M4 and to Swansea.