House for saleGilfach Goch, Llanbedr, LL45
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- A charming 17th Century Grade II Listed Farmhouse retaining many original features
- Together with exceptional Barn Conversion (presently providing holiday accomodation)
- Situated in the heart of the Snowdonia National Park the property is completely private and secluded
*Gilfach Goch (Red Hollow) is a charming 17th Century Grade II Listed Farmhouse described as 'a good example of a smaller regional farmhouse part of an unspoilt farmstead''. Gilfach farm cottage retains many original features including crog loft. Situated in the heart of the Snowdonia National Park the property is completely private and secluded and is approached along a 1/2 mile private driveway and stands in approximately 13 acres of good land (10 acres of which are designated S.S.S.I) and has extensive views across the sea to the Lleyn Peninsula. Tastefully modernised yet retaining period features such as exposed oak beams, slate flag floors and low ceilings.
* Ty Gwennol which is an exceptional conversion of 4 barns (previously providing holiday accommodation) - the conversion has been carried out to a very high specification.
* Outbuildings: Refurbished detached stone barn. Ancillary Storage Sheds. Newly built blockwork barn (10m x 4m)
*There are 17 acres of extra land available if wanted comprising 11 acres of pasture and 6 acres of mature woodland.
Gilfach Goch Farmhouse Red Hollow) : This Grade II Listed Farmhouse is constructed of traditional stone, under a slated roof and has been sympathetically modernised whilst retaining character features. The property benefits from oil-fired central heating.
Main Entrance door : with small glazed pane.
Hallway : Flagstone flooring, radiator.
Kitchen : 3.20m x 3.10m (10'6" x 10'2") approximate , Newly fitted base and drawer units with worktops over and matching wall cupboards.Integrated LPG gas hob and oven. Stainless steel sink unit with drainer. Window to garden with deep cill. Revealed timbers. Flagstone flooring.
Rear Porch/Utility Room : Flagstone flooring. Plumbing for automatic washing machine. Part glazed panelled door to gardens and door to -
Ground Floor Shower Room : Fully tiled shower cubicle with electric shower unit. Radiator. Window to rear.
Dining Room : 4.40m x 3.80m (14'5" x 12'6") approximately , Multi-fuel stove which heats hot water. Understairs cupboard. Timber panelled wall. Window to rear with pine window seat. Radiator. Flagstone flooring. Revealed timbers. Door to -
Sitting Room : 3.80m x 3.70m (12'6" x 12'2") approximately , Natural stone wall with display recesses with wood burner stove on slate hearth. Television point. Part-glazed panelled door to gardens.English oak flooring .Radiator.
From the Dining Room latch door and staircase to First Floor with 'Lumen' roof window
Bedroom 1 : 5.70m x 4.50m (18'8" x 14'9") approximately , 'A' frame revealed timbers. Radiator. Side window with glimpse of sea. 'Lumen' roof window. Door to -
Family Bathroom : Panelled bath, pedestal wash basin, low level w.c. Cupboard housing hot water cylinder. Velux window. Two radiators. Door to -
Bedroom 2/Office : 3.80m x 2.60m (12'6" x 8'6") approximately , 'Lumen' roof window. Radiator. Revealed timbers. Door with restricted head height to -
Bedroom 3 : 3.80m x 2.60m (12'6" x 8'6") approximately , Side window and rear 'half-door' leading via stone granary steps to courtyard. Revealed timbers.
Note: : It should be noted that all of the First Floor has part restricted head height.
Front entrance : Windows each side.
Ty Gwennol (Holiday Accommodation) : This Barn conversion has been awarded 5* grading by the visit Wales Tourist Board. Many original features have been retained and the property has been furnished to a high standard throughout. The floors and doors are engineered oak and the property benefits from Oil-fired Underfloor Heating and provides the following accommodation -
Porch : Flagstone flooring. Part-glazed panelled door leading to -
Living Room : 4.90m x 4.30m (16'1" x 14'1") approximately , A stunning room with vaulted ceiling and 'A' frame beams. Natural stone wall. Two roof windows plus two lancet windows. Hand crafted oak staircase leading to -
Family Bathroom : Panelled bath with Shower over. Pedestal hand wash basin. Low flush w.c. Fully tiled walls. Three opaque windows to rear.
Kitchen/Dining Room : 7.30m x 3.40m (23'11" x 11'2") approximately , Comprehensive range of base units with timber effect worktops over. Stainless steel electric oven, five ring LPG gas hob and stainless steel extractor over. 1 1/2 bowl single drainer stainless steel sink unit. Integrated appliances include Dishwasher, Washing machine and Fridge/freezer. Boiler cupboard housing oil-fired boiler (heating) domestic water and providing underfloor heating. Good views to the sea.
From the Living Room, four steps lead down to a Small Lobby and access to -
Bedroom 1 : 3.60m x 2.70m (11'10" x 8'10") approximately , Glass door to courtyard plus two lancet windows and adjacent -
From the Mezzanine/Gallery, door to -
Shower Room : Lancet window. Fully tiled double shower cubicle. Pedestal hand wash basin. Low level w.c. Tiled walls. Timber Shelf. Extractor fan.
Bedroom 2 : 4.40m x 2.50m (14'5" x 8'2") approximately , 'A' frame beams. Lancet window and roof window.
From the Kitchen, four steps up to lockable door to -
Bedroom 3 : 4.00m x 3.50m (13'1" x 11'6") approximately , Window to rear. Deep shelf unit.
From the open lobby area, three steps and door to -
Living Room/Bedroom 4/Kitchen/Diner : 5.20m x 4.30m (17'1" x 14'1") approximately , A split level room with vaulted ceiling which has original 'A' frame oak beams. Eye level side window, two roof lights and door to courtyard. KITCHENETTE area with base units with worktops over, matching wall cupboards.Integrated electric hob and oven.. Stainless steel sink and drainer. Also EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM with large Shower Cubicle, pedestal hand wash basin. low level w.c. Small 'peep-hole' window.
(Bedroom 4 is also known as Beudy Bach (little cowshed) which can be let as a self-contained unit).
Note: : Ty Gwenol can be sold fully furnished.
ANCILLARY ACCOMMODATION : One Residential Caravan which is connected to all the services to be included in the sale.
OUTSIDE and BUILDINGS : A 400 metre private driveway tarmac surface from the council road leads into the CAR PARKING AREA adjacent to which there is -
Detached Stone Barn : 11.00m x 3.20m (36'1" x 10'6") approximately , This barn is currently in two sections, one of which houses water pressure pump and has water, electricity and drainage. The roof is newly slated and has three Velux windows.
From the car park a short drive leads to a Gravel Courtyard at the side of the farmhouse and in front of the holiday accommodation with attractive terraces which have natural stone retaining walls. A flight of steps gives access to an Original Stone Built Potato Clamp and adjacent to the holiday cottage there is an OUTHOUSE 2m x 1.8m (6'8" x 6') approximately.
Slate steps lead down to a lower courtyard which has adjoining border gardens and also an orchard area with several mature fruit trees and within which is situated the main residential caravan.
At the rear of the farmhouse are extensive private lawns, bounded by stone walls and a paved walkway leading back to the car park. There is also a STONE OUTBUILDING 2.3m x 2.3m (7'6"x 7'6") approximately which was a former wash-house, now a log store, with adjoining STONE PIG COT.
At the rear of the holiday cottage is an attractive walled garden with lawns and terraced borders.
Services: : Mains electricity, private water and drainage. Telephone and Broadband (connected and available subject to normal transfer regulations).
NOTE: : This property will be of interest to those wishing to acquire a "home with an income" with good holiday income potential. The present owners have let both the holiday home and the farmhouse, capable of producing approximately £25k letting income.
The property has a very successful website and brochure and both can be part of the sale.
VIEWING; : Strictly by appointment with the Agents.
Directions : Travelling north from Barmouth continue to the village of Llanbedr and take First turn right (just before the bridge). Follow this lane uphill for just over half a mile and where the road levels off; the entrance drive is located on tight hand side.
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