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7 bedroom end of terrace house for sale

1 Mawddach Crescent Arthog Gwynedd LL39 1BJ


Property Description

Key features

  • End Terrace
  • 7 bedrooms

Full description


The Crescent is situated on a private road, near Arthog, just over a mile from the A493 Dolgellau –Tywyn coastal road, 9 miles from Dolgellau.  Morfa Mawddach Halt is one stop before Barmouth on the Cambrian Line which connects with Shrewsbury, it takes 10-15 minutes to walk from the crescent, via the access road, to the Halt. There is also a footpath to Barmouth via the Railway Viaduct which has breathtaking views of the Estuary, this walk takes 30 minutes or so.  The unique location of the property which combines a small secluded community with a timeless air of tranquillity is surrounded by the Snowdonia National Park.


Proceed north along the A493 through Llwyngwril and Friog towards Arthog.  Turn left at the sign to the Railway Station and after a quarter of a mile turn right through a farm gate which has a red sign asking you (in Welsh and English) to keep the gate closed at all times. Proceed along this tarmacadam road for half a mile to Mawddach Crescent.  The road leads to the front of the terrace and number one is the last property on the left hand side.


We are advised that the property is freehold and this will be confirmed by the vendors’ Solicitors during pre-contract enquiries. 


Mains electricity and water.   Drainage to local sewerage system.  Oil fired central heating, propane gas to gas hobs.


An Edwardian terrace constructed with rendered and pebble dashed stone elevations with brickwork to the front elevation all under a recently renewed welsh pitched slated roof.  The property has during recent years undergone extensive refurbishment to the original residence together with a new built extension to the rear providing kitchen accommodation.  The house has many original features throughout including painted pine panelled doors, architraves, plaster coved ceilings and a pitched pine staircase.  Traditional features are combined with modern day conveniences which make this a unique property for which viewing is highly recommended.



Hardwood double door to 

Entrance Hall  

with tiled floor, original half glazed door with matching panels to side, through to

Reception Hall    

with tiled floor, spindle staircase leading to First Floor, radiator, plaster coved ceiling, panelled doors leading through to

Dining Room    

14’9 x 14’1  with original cast iron fireplace with a painted slate surround with inset tiling, plaster coved ceiling, picture rail, bay window to front with magnificent views over the Mawddach Estuary.


13’1 x 12’4 with cast open fireplace with inset tiling, painted slate surround, French door leading to rear garden, radiator, plaster coved ceiling, picture rail.

Inner Hallway    

with radiator, access to under stairs storage.

Shower Room    

3 piece suite comprising a quadrant shower cubicle with mixer shower, tiled surround, pedestal wash basin, WC, heated towel rail/radiator and extractor fan.


17’10 (into bay) x 13’  with radiator, coved ceiling, bay window to front, magnificent open fireplace with inset tiling, with an 1887 carved Oak fire surround and overmantel depicting the Four Seasons.

Kitchen and Breakfast Room   

Breakfast Area

13’7 x 11’ with quarry tiled floor straight through, installed original cast iron Range with tiled inset and slate surround, fitted cupboards/dressers to either side with one half glazed for display cabinet purposes, radiator, fitted Pine dresser storage with open plate shelves over. 

Kitchen Area

17’ x 12’ with the addition of  11’ x 6’3  kitchen extension, recently constructed to modern high standards to include under floor heating, quarry tiled floor, an extensive range of modern fitted base units in a traditional style comprising worktops, integrated gas hob with extractor hood over, 1½ bowl sink unit with mixer tap, dishwasher, integrated double oven and microwave.  Fully fitted larder cupboards with shelving, recess for American style fridge/freezer, access to loft storage over, velux roof light and recessed spot lighting.


with stainless steel single drainage sink unit with mixer tap and free standing oil fired boiler which provides for central heating and domestic hot water and integrated washing machine.           


Approached via a spindle staircase through a half landing to

Main Landing  

which has doors off to

Bedroom (1) Rear  

13’6 x 13’ with radiator, original cast fireplace and surround.

Bedroom (2)  Front  

18’4 x 10’10  with radiator, original cast iron fireplace, surround and overmantel, bay window  to front with magnificent views over the Mawddach Estuary.


Traditional white suite with claw foot cast iron bath with shower attachment, WC, pedestal washbasin, quadrant shower cubicle with mixer shower unit, tiled surround, half tongue and groove pine wall, extractor fan, radiator/towel heater, views over Estuary.

Bedroom (3) Front  

17’8 x 11’9 Bay window to front, radiator, original cast iron fireplace and surround.

Bedroom (4) Rear    

13’6 x 15’1 with radiator, original cast iron fireplace and surround.


Self-contained 3 bedroom apartment used for Letting Accommodation providing an annual income of  approximately £11,000 pa.  Included in the sale is the Holiday Let website(please do not click onto web site address but type in the address for further details) –


13’7 x 12’11  A well equipped modern fitted kitchen with a range of base and eye level units, integrated electric oven and microwave, 4 ring gas hob with extractor hood over, plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher, 1½ bowl sink unit with mixer tap, original fireplace.

Sitting Room    

15’ x 10’ with original fireplace, radiator, French doors to Juliet balcony with quite stunning estuary views.

Bedroom (1) Front    

10’ x 15’  a mirror image of the Sitting Room, with original fireplace, radiator, French doors to Juliet balcony.

Bedroom (2) Front  

15’10 x 12’ with radiator.

Bedroom (3) Rear  

14’10 x 12’10 with original fireplace, radiator. 

Turning Landing with staircase to Half Landing with

Shower Room    

with wash hand basin, quadrant shower cubicle with mixer shower, modern radiator/towel heater, fitted wall mirror, extractor fan.


The property is approached along Mawddach Crescent, private shared driveway to stone private parking.  The property is the end terrace house  and consequently enjoys the benefit of a large corner plot which is mostly laid to lawn with paved access paths leading to the rear where there is a timber built workshop with power and lighting, paved seating area and rear vehicle access.  Raised borders all within a beech hedgerow and shrub boundary.

The property adjoins the Estuary wall where there is a lawn suitable for outside tables and chairs and from where fishing for seabass is an enjoyable pastime during the season.


Gwynedd Council, Cae Penarlag, Dolgellau, Gwynedd.  Tel:  01341 422 341


Band F          


By appointment with SHEARER & MORRIS, MAESGWYN, HIGH STREET, TYWYN, GWYNEDD.   Tel:  01654 710 388.  We are open 9 am - 5 pm Monday to Friday and 9 am - 1 pm Saturday

Money Laundering Regulations

The successful purchaser will be required to produce adequate identification to prove their identity within the terms of the Money Laundering Regulations.  Appropriate examples include: Passport/Photographic Driving Licence and a recent Utility Bill.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
07 December 2011

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