6 bedroom detached house for saleRhoslefain, Rhoslefain, Tywyn, Gwynydd
Guide Price £595,000
- 5 bedrooms
- 2 bathrooms
- Reception Hall
- Dining room
- Drawing room
- Sitting room
- Entertaining kitchen
- Utililty room
Bronclydwr is a fine Grade II listed stone farmhouse tucked into the sheltered hillside from
where it commands awe-inspring sea views across the Cardigan Bay. It stands in notable mature gardens, designed and stocked for ease of management, while boasting all year round colour and interest.
The house was built in the early 16th Century by Huw Owen, a renowned theologian. A robust stone farmhouse, with inglenook fireplaces and high ceilings with oak beams, it has evolved over the years to include a pretty 18th Century façade with sash windows and gabled dormers. A much loved and comfortable family house, it has well laid out accommodation with the two main reception rooms, both with magnificent fireplaces, leading off the central hallway. French doors from the drawing room and a further door from the conservatory, open to a south facing flagged terrace with views down the garden and seascapes enjoyed through wooded vistas.
A cosy sitting room adjoins the traditionally fitted kitchen with its AGA range and utility room beyond.
Upstairs the bedrooms all enjoy stunning views and are complimented by two bathrooms and a separate w.c.
Rural but not isolated, Bronclydwr stands in an
elevated position tucked into a part wooded hill, above the beautiful Welsh Coast line, with views
across the Cardigan Bay to the Llyn Penninsular.
Standing on the Western fringes of the Snowdonia National Park, it is an area noted for its mountain
scapes, fine beaches, stunning walks and opportunities for sailing and water sports. The coastal town of Tywyn is nearby with good local amenities and a supermarket, while being almost equidistance to the larger towns of Dolgellau and Machynlleth. The popular coastal village of Aberdovey with its golden beach, spectacular 18 hole links golf course and sheltered harbour is also nearby.
The coastal railway line runs a regular service from
Shrewsbury to Porthmadog and stops at Tonfanau
Station, a mile from the house.
The house is approached up a long shared driveway which continues up through the field to a five bar gate where it opens to the beautifully laid out gardens and grounds. The driveway leads into a courtyard area with a double garage.
The exceptional gardens have been created over forty years by the current owners and have been opened for the National Garden Scheme. Designed to create "rooms" and vistas, there are mature shrubs and borders, seating areas, walkways, a productive kitchen garden, orchard and woodland.
Rare shrubs and trees thrive in the micro climate and while structured, the garden has a natural flow and has been stocked to minimise its upkeep.
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