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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Tristan, Penrhyndeudraeth, North Wales

Offers in Region of £335,000

Property Description

Key features

  • A Prestigious Detached Period Residence
  • Impressive Entrance Hall & Feature Stained
  • Mature Landscaped Garden Grounds
  • 4 Double Bedrooms
  • 1 Single Bedroom & 2 Attic Rooms
  • Potential as B&B or Apartments
  • Detached Double Garage & Separate Workshop
  • Ample Off Road Parking
  • Beautiful Setting With Distant Mountain
  • No Chain

Full description

The property – which is certainly a grand affair - has only ever been occupied by two families and stands proud in its own ample garden grounds on the edge of the village. The property has retained the majority of the period features which include a veranda style entrance with an impressive hallway, matched by the first floor landing together with the stained glass windows to the front elevations which are eye-catching and enhanced by the property having a south facing aspect. Considering the property’s position together with its generous accommodation and garden grounds, it could be an ideal proposition as a Bed & Breakfast, conversion into apartments or even a children’s nursery – to mention just a few possibilities (subject to the usual consents). The accommodation is very spacious with period high ceilings and also retains the original butler’s bell system which is still in working order and deep bay windows. ‘Tristan’ benefits from an oil fired central heating system and yet has the option in the living rooms to enjoy the warmth of an open fire. There are four spacious bedrooms, two of which enjoy the benefit of bay windows and the south facing aspect, whilst to the second floor there are a further three attic rooms which provide scope for occasional bedroom use or for office/hobby usage. The grounds of the property are spacious and attractive with a semi-circular terrace to the front where beyond is garden area consisting of lawns interspersed with mature trees and shrubs. To the side and rear there are further spacious garden areas to enjoy whilst set back from the driveway, which incidentally has ample space for parking several vehicles, there is a Detached Double Garage (which could be converted to a separate Annex subject to planning consents). A brief summary of the accommodation includes: Entrance Vestibule, Entrance Hall, Drawing Room, Dining Room, good size Kitchen, Breakfast Room, Cloakroom with separate Wc, walk-in Pantry and Utility Room to ground floor; spacious Landing, 4 Bedrooms, Bathroom and separate Wc to the first floor whilst there are a further 3 Attic Rooms to the second Floor. This is a property not to be overlooked and worthy of inspection to fully appreciate what is on offer. 

LOCATION Penrhyndeudraeth is located just a short distance from the Porthmadog Estuary where the rivers Glaslyn and Dwyryd meet and spill into Tremadog Bay. It makes for a beautiful setting and the local scenery is enhanced by the backdrop of the impressive Moelwyn mountains just to the east of the village. The area, for obvious reasons is a tourist magnet and there is much to see and do in the locality. Penrhyndeudraeth has a wide range of amenities with some traders having been there for many years. There are regular bus services as well as a main line railway station to provide all the necessary links. A couple of points worth mentioning around the corner lies the Italianesque folly village of Portmeirion built by Clough Williams-Ellis which became famous in the 1960s for hosting the Prisoner TV series that starred Patrick McGoohan. Also, there is a privately owned toll road that skirts the coastline creating a perfect short cut for travel towards Barmouth – nice to know! The main shopping town of Porthmadog will cater for all your shopping needs together with schools and leisure facilities. Porthmadog is a colourful town and home to the Welsh Highland Railway which now stretches all the way to Caernarfon only some 14 miles distant. Just along the coastline on the Llyn Peninsula there is the historic town of Criccieth and the market town of Pwllheli which is famous for its marina, hosting many sailing regattas throughout the year.  

ENTRANCE VERANDA/STORM PORCH Original mosaic tiled floor and panelled entrance door with original leaded stained glass windows.
 

ENTRANCE VESTIBULE Original mosaic tiled floor, pine panelled cupboards housing the consumer units and entrance door with stained glass leaded panes and window to side opening through to:
 

SPACIOUS ENTRANCE HALL Beautiful and original decorative archway. Stairs to first floor and 2 radiators.
 

DRAWING ROOM 19' 1" x 13' 8" (5.84m x 4.19m) Feature period tiled fireplace with tiled surround and hearth, deep bay window, coved ceiling and electric panelled wall mounted heaters at low level controlled via a central thermostat.
 

SPACIOUS DINING ROOM 14' 9" x 16' 8" (4.50m x 5.10m) Deep bay window, coved ceiling, feature tiled fireplace with slate mantle and wall mounted electric panel heaters at low level.
 

BREAKFAST ROOM 9' 9" x 11' 7" (2.98m x 3.54m) Feature tiled fireplace with tiled surround and hearth, 2 windows and radiator.
 

GOOD SIZE KITCHEN 12' 7" x 10' 9" (3.86m x 3.28m) Holding centre stage is the ‘Aga’ oil fired range. Inset four ring electric hob, built-in ‘Hotpoint’ oven and microwave oven and the original wall mounted butler’s bell system fitted at high level.  

WALK-IN PANTRY 7' 2" x 6' 3" (2.20m x 1.91m) Large built-in cupboards with shelving, obscured glass window and shelves.
 

UTILITY ROOM 12' 0" x 7' 0" (3.66m x 2.14m) Range of cupboards and drawers, worktop surface, double drainer stainless steel sink unit, space and plumbing for automatic washing machine, shelves and window overlooking rear courtyard.
 

CLOAKROOM 7' 2" x 6' 1" (2.20m x 1.86m) Large wash hand basin, shelf at high level, coat hooks and obscured glass window to rear.
 

WC 7' 2" x 3' 11" (2.20m x 1.20m) Low flush Wc and window to rear.
 

FIRST FLOOR LANDING Beautiful original stained leaded glass window allowing in ample light, radiator and original coved archway.
 

BEDROOM 1 13' 8" x 13' 4" (4.18m x 4.08m) Feature bay window enjoying views towards the mountains in the distance, vanity wash hand basin, radiator and walk-in wardrobe with large built-in mirror to the door.
 

BEDROOM 2 12' 2" x 13' 6" (3.73m x 4.13m) Feature bay window with fine views, radiator, vanity wash hand basin, coved ceiling and large walk-in wardrobe with large built-in mirror.
 

BEDROOM 3 11' 9" x 13' 4" (3.59m x 4.08m) Radiator, two windows to the rear with glimpses towards the countryside and towards the hillsides, vanity wash hand basin and large walk-in wardrobe with large built-in mirror.
 

BEDROOM 4 13' 3" x 10' 9" (4.05m x 3.29m) Radiator, window to side overlooking the garden and views over the adjoining fields and countryside, window to rear enjoying views towards the hillsides and large walk-in wardrobe with large built-in mirror.
 

SEPARATE WC 7' 3" x 2' 6" (2.22m x 0.78m) Low flush Wc and obscured glass window.
 

BATHROOM 7' 3" x 9' 10" (2.22m x 3.00m) White suite comprising: Panelled bath, pedestal wash hand basin and low flush Wc. Part tiled walls, heated tower radiator/dryer, wall mounted radiator, wall mounted electric heater at high level and obscured glass window.
 

STAIRS TO ATTIC ROOMS Built-in storage areas beneath the stairs to the second floor.

Attic Room 1
28’ (8.53m) with limited headroom x 9’11” (3.02m)

Attic Room 2
11’ x 10’ (3.35m x 3.05m)

Attic Room 3
28’ (8.53m) with limited headroom x 9’9” (2.97m) narrowing to 5.4” (1.63m)
 

OUTSIDE The property is approached via its own driveway through large double gates onto a tarmacadam driveway and forecourt providing ample parking and a spacious detached double garage under a slate roof. From the main terrace at the front there are glimpses of the hillsides in the distance. The generous gardens to the front of the property are generous and mainly laid to lawn interspersed with mature trees and shrubs. A further garden to the side is again spacious and is mainly laid to lawn.
To the rear there is large workshop which incorporates the original wine cellar to one side. Inside there is a tiled floor, skylight to ceiling, houses the oil central heating boiler, work surfaces and shelves, coal store and separate tool store, electricity supply and light. There is the possibility that this could be converted into a small holiday let (subject to usual consents).
Small courtyard to rear, outside toilet which is connected to end of utility room.
Garden to rear and side is mainly laid to lawn. Very spacious with slate flagged areas a couple of mature apple trees and home to the central heating oil store. 

AGENT'S NOTES Please note that the property has been recently re wired and redecorated.  

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12 Y Maes, Caernarfon, LL55 2NF

01286 510103 Local call rate

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