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3 bedroom detached house for sale

Cwm Teigl, Llan Ffestiniog, LL41

Sold by Us £269,995

Property Description

Key features

  • Glorious Location Nestled In Dramatic Landscape
  • Detached 3 Bedrooms
  • Approximately 3 Acres Of Land And Garden
  • Two Receptions
  • Siutated At The Foot Of Manod Mawr
  • No Forward Chain
  • Double Glazed And Oil Central Heating

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

The Property
This three bedroom detached typical Welsh Cottage occupies a glorious location nestled near the dramatic landscape of the Snowdonia National Park. Situated at the foot of Manod Mawr enjoying splendid panoramic aspects of the surrounding countryside, in a peaceful no through road in a valley within a valley, this property is believed to date back to 1832 being the school rooms for the local chapel. In 1865 it was changed into a dwelling place and registered smallholding. The grounds are a particular feature, extending to approximately 3 acres with a mixture of pasture/grazing land and allotment area and private garden. The property offers great character features such as slate flag stone floors, exposed stone work, beams, and one particular attractive feature is the open fireplace with double sided multi fuel stove to the dining room and lounge. Viewings by Appointment Only.

Entrance Hall
Wooden stable door, stairs to first floor landing, door to dining room on the left. Door to;

Kitchen / Breakfast
18'00" x 9'05"max
Bright farm house style kitchen with a range of matching white wall and base units with oak worktop over, inset Belfast sink with mixer tap, integral ‘Bosh’ double oven, five ring gas hob with stainless steel electric extractor hood above and stainless steel splash back, breakfast bar area, space for kitchen table etc: built in storage cupboard to beneath stairs, painted beams to ceiling, exposed stone work to one wall, tongue and grove panelling, slate flag stone floor, dual aspect double glazed window to front and rear with one tiled and one slate sill, both enjoying splendid countryside scenery and riverside views from the rear one. Door to;

Utility Room
6'11" x 5'06"
Space and plumbing for washing machine, space and point for tumble drier, double glazed windows enjoying wonderful countryside scenery, double glazed door to rear garden.

Dining Room
18' 04" x 11'01"
Oozing with charm and character this is a fantastic room for a family get-together or entertaining guests. A particular eye catching feature is the open fire place with double sided multi fuel stove which can also service the lounge, a clever and unique touch providing great use of heat. Beams to ceiling, white washed stone walls, original slate flag stone floor, dual aspect double glazed windows to front and rear with deep slate sills, both enjoying beautiful countryside views, two radiators, tongue and grove panelling to one wall with shelving, opening with step down to;

Lounge
18' 03" x 10' 06"
Again oozing with charm and character this is a wonderful cosy yet bright and airy room too snuggle up in front of the multi fuel stove. Beams to ceiling, white washed stone walls, two double glazed windows to side elevation with aspect of the side garden area and river tributary, double glazed door to rear garden, double glazed French Doors opening to the front enjoying beautiful countryside views, fitted carpet.

First Floor Landing
Fitted carpet, doors to;

Bedroom One
13" 11" max x 10"08"
Bright and airy room with two double glazed window to front elevation which enjoy marvellous views over the front fields to the distant hillside, painted wooden floor, radiator. This rooms has potential for an en-suite subject to any necessary planning consents.

Bedroom Two
10' 04" x 7' 10"
Double glazed window to front elevation enjoying marvellous views over the front fields to the distant hillside, built in double wardrobe, radiator, fitted carpet, TV point.

Bedroom Three
7' 05" x 7' 09"
Double glazed window to rear elevation enjoying fantastic views over the mountain stream to the distant hillside and craggy mountain fitted carpet.

Bathroom
Modern suite comprising walk in shower with electric shower, low level W.C, bespoke built vanity unit to recess with slate counter top wash basin and mixer tap. Double glazed window to rear elevation enjoying fantastic views over the mountain stream to the distant hillside and craggy mountain, radiator, cushion flooring, part waterproof wood effect panelling.

Services
Mains Water
Private Drainage
Oil Fired Central Heating
Calor Gas for cooker

Outside
The extensive grounds are believed to extend to approximately 3 acres, formally used to graze sheep on good pasture and grazing land with natural mountain stream running along the edge of the land with waterfall features. Fenced within the grounds is an establish allotment. Polytunnel available under separate negation. There are numerous sheds/ wood stores one of which being a substantial workshop with light, power and draining, connected providing versatile use, to the rear of the workshop are attached dog runs. There is more than ample parking for vehicles and also a private garden area to the rear of the property which is an idyllic location to sit out and enjoy the views and take in the tranquil sounds of the passing stream no where near the busy roads.

General Information
The village centre is approximately one and a half a mile distance and breathtaking views just 2 miles up the mountain by car or foot. The nearby quarrying and harbour towns of Blaenau Ffestiniog and Porthmadog are approximately 4 and 10 miles distance respectively for local shopping facilities and amenities. The surrounding area benefits from a variety of outdoor pursuits, including rambling, golf courses at Llan Ffestiniog, Porthmadog and Harlech, fishing, boating, canoeing, wind surfing, white water rafting, climbing and many scenic country walks. and Zorbing. Blaenau Ffestiniog boasts the recently opened extreme downhill mountain biking centre, Zipwires and "Bounce Below".


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