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Lon Ednyfed, Criccieth, Gwynedd, LL52

£825,000

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Beresford Adams are pleased to announce they have been appointed in the sale of this prestigious residence situated in an elevated position in Criccieth and commanding a delightful open aspect from the front elevation towards the Castle and the Meirionydd coastline. This prestigious beautifully appointed eight bedroomed residence has undergone a comprehensive scheme of refurbishment by the current owners and it is currently utilised as two units, with one having 4 bedrooms and the other having 2 bedrooms but with potential of having 4/5 bedrooms and with each unit having a separate sitting room and locally crafted bespoke kitchen. In brief, the property affords a porch which opens into an impressive hallway, a sitting room, well appointed kitchen, dining room and sun room, cloakroom, utility room, 4 bedrooms and en suite bathroom and family showerroom, and located in the other side of the house is a drawing room, well fitted kitchen, utility room, cloakroom, a basement comprising of two rooms, 2 bedrooms and beautifully appointed 4 piece bathroom with Victorian style freestanding bath, and 4 further rooms located on the second floor with much potential.            
The gardens at Bryn Eglwys surround the property, and offers excellent parking for numerous vehicles and a garage. The front garden is mainly laid to lawn and has a paved patio, and enjoys a stunning outlook of the coastline and castle. The side garden has been designed for low maintenance with deep flower and vegetable beds, 2 greenhouses, garden shed and expends to the rear garden which is arranged on two levels and offers further vegetable beds.
The property is offered on the market in excellent decorative order and is ready for immediate occupation. It's accommodation lends itself to a variety of uses, such as a substantial 8 bedroomed family home, a bed and breakfast establishment (subject to the necessary planning approval) or indeed as a four bedroomed home with a letting unit for additional income or a dependant relative.
WELL WORTHY OF INTERNALL INSPECTION AND A VIEWING IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.

Front Entrance    Double glazed door opening to:

Porch    Double glazed windows to the front elevation and side elevation, tiled flooring, door with windows either side opening to:

Hallway    Staircase to first floor landing, deep pitch pine skirtings, high ceilings, radiator, two central light fittings with ceiling rose, panelling to one wall at the end of the hallway which disconnects the property to another unit, but easily removable to be used as one large home. Door through to:

Sitting Room 22'6" (6.86m) (to bay) X 14'10" (4.52m). Double glazed bay window surrounded by timber panelling to front elevation with an enviable outlook towards the coastline, the Merioniydd Mountain Range and the Castle. Window to side elevation. Exposed timber flooring, two radiators, deep skirtings, ceiling rose, TV points, picture rail, period style fireplace with fitted coal effect living flame gas fire.

Kitchen 15' X 10'2" (4.57m X 3.1m). Range of bespoke cream coloured fronted floor and wall cupboards with granite surfaces, double Belfast sink with antique brass plated mixer tap, integral dishwasher, integral fridge, inglenook which is fully tiled with overhead integral extractor unit and space and point for double range style cooker, dresser style glass fronted matching plate track and display shelves, picture rail, timber flooring, power points.

Dining Room 15' x 14'3" (4.57m x 4.34m). Picture rail, radiator, timber flooring, deep skirtings, two windows and door opening to to:

Sun Room 15'1" x 7'9" (4.6m x 2.36m). Door to front elevation, tiled flooring, windows over looking the garden and with a delightful uninterrupted outlook over towards the coastline the Meirionydd Mountain Range and the Castle.

Cloak Room    Walk in claoks cupboard, tiled flooring, w.c, wash hand basin, window, door through to:

Utility Room    Tiled flooring, wall mounted boiler, Door to rear, door to second hallway (which serves the second unit)

Bedroom One 23'9" (7.24m) to 16'8" (5.08m) x 14'11" (4.55m) to 9'5" (2.87m). Delightful bay window to front elevation, power points, radiator, ceiling rose. Entrance through to:

En-Suite    Double ended Victorian style bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, w.c, wash hand basin, heated towel rail.

Bedroom Two 14'11" x 14'5" (4.55m x 4.4m). Arched window to front elevation with a delightful open aspect over towards the coast line the Meirionydd Mountain Range and the Castle, radiator, picture rail and ceiling rose.

Bedroom Three 14'10" x 10'1" (4.52m x 3.07m). Window to side elevation with secondary glazing, TV point, radiator, wash hand basin.

Bedroom Four 9'10" x 7'2" (3m x 2.18m). Radiator, double glazed window to side elevation, wash hand basin.

Shower Room    Comprising of fully tiled walls and floor, shower cubicle, wash hand basin, w.c, sunken spot lights to ceiling, radiator.

Door From the Dining Room    Through to the:

Drawing Room 22'10" (6.96m) (into the front bay window) x 18'11" (5.77m) (into bay at the side elevation narrowing to) 15'3" (4.65m). (used as a sitting room for the second unit) Timber flooring, double glazed bay window to front elevation with timber panelling, and a delightful open aspect over the coastline the Meirionydd Mountain Range and the Castle, bay window to side elevation, radiator, picture rail, TV point, period style fireplace with fitted living flame coal effect gas fire, door through to:

Hallway    Timber panelling separating this part of the hallway (from the first hallway) staircase to the first floor elevation, understair cupboard.

Cloak Room    W.C, wash hand basin, radiator and window, door opening to staircase which leads down to the basement.

BASEMENT

Room One 14'10" x 6'8" (4.52m x 2.03m). Light and power connected, currently used as a wine store.

Room Two 15'2" (4.62m) x 13'2" (4.01m) (Currently used as work room). Light and power connected.

Second Kitchen 16'7" (5.05m) to 12'11" (3.94m) x 14'11" (4.55m). Double Belfast sink with antique style brass plated mixer tap, range of bespoke maple fronted floor and wall cupboards with granite tops, former inglenook housing a double range style cooker available at separate negotiation, with an overhead integral extractor unit, matching glass display cupboard, radiator, window to side elevation, window to rear elevation, original slate flooring, door through to:

Utility Room    Window, wall mounted boiler, space and plumbing for two washing machines, double drainer sink unit, window to front elevation with sea views, slate flooring.

Bedroom Five 22'6" (6.86m) (into bay) x 15' (4.57m). Bay window to front elevation with a magnificent view of the Castle and the Meirionydd Mountain Range, window to side elevation, ceiling rose, picture rail, radiator.

Bedroom Six 14'2" x 9'11" (4.32m x 3.02m). Double glazed window to side elevation with a pleasant views towards the coastline and the mountains, radiator, power points.

Bathroom    Comprising of double ended Victorian style free standing bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, w.c, bidet, wash hand basin with mixer tap, heated towel rail, two windows, radiator.

Staircase To The Second Elevation

A Former Bathroom 8'3" x 6'4" (2.51m x 1.93m). W.C, wash hand basin and bidet, not connected. Access to eaves.

Bedroom Seven 17'6" (5.33m) (narrowing to) 10'4" (3.15m) x 14'10" (4.52m) (narrowing to) 6'7" (2m). Window, door to:

Bedroom Eight 15'4" x 10'2" (4.67m x 3.1m). Access to eaves, door to:

Bedroom Nine 10'10" x 14'11" (3.3m x 4.55m). Window, excelent storage to eves that could be developed into a bigger bedroom for bedroom nine with a length of 17'8.

Outside    The property is approached via a wide entrance onto a tarmac area providing excellent parking for numerous vehicles, garage with up and over door, lawned garden to the front elevation with a paved patio framed by mature hedging and deep flower borders. The side elevation is currently utilised as a vegetable garden with two green houses, garden sheds and extends to the rear which is arranged on two levels having deep borders for vegetables and flowers. A delightful view is enjoyed from the garden over towards the coastline, Meirionydd Mountain Range and the Castle.


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