3 bedroom detached house for saleCwm Teigl, Gwynedd, LL41
Sold STC £305,000
- Set in an idyllic peaceful rural location in the stunning Teigl Valley
- Panoramic views over the countryside and towards the Merioneth foothills beyond
- Traditional stone and slate farmhouse
- Scope for conversion and modernisation (subject to the necessary consents)
- Grade ll Listed, circa 1700's
- Range of outbuildings with scope for converting into a number of holiday let units (subject to the necessary consents)
- 22 acres (or thereabout) of freehold land with associated common land grazing rights
- Reduced from £395,000 to £375,000.
- Further reduction to £360,000
Full descriptionReduced from £324,000 - £305,000
A traditional detached farmhouse together with range of farm buildings and 22 acres (or thereabout) of freehold land set in an idyllic peaceful rural location, nestling in the stunning Teigl Valley. The farmstead enjoys superb panoramic views over the Valley and towards the Merioneth foot hills beyond.
The property is believed to date back to the 17th Century and is Grade ll Listed being of special architectural or historical interest.
The adjoining outbuilding affords ample scope for conversion to provide additional living accommodation (subject to the necessary consents).
This smallholding is located approximately 1.5 miles from the village of Ffestiniog, approached by a Council maintained lane.
The towns of Blaenau Ffestiniog and Porthmadog are approximately 4 and 12 miles distance respectively providing shopping facilities and amenities.
The surrounding area is well known for its natural beauty and has the added benefit of a number of outdoor pursuits, including golf courses at Porthmadog and Harlech, Freshwater fishing, Horse riding, numerous scenic walking trails, Mountain bike trails and centres both at Blaenau Ffestiniog and Coed-y-Brenin. The area has recently received substantial investment to establish "Zip World", zip wires, and "Bounce Below" at Llechwedd slate quarry.
Local attractions all within easy reach of the property;
Tomen y Mur Roman Fort, Plas Tan y Bwlch Gardens, Plas Brondanw Castle, Portmerion Italian Village, Bryn Gwynant Gardens, Dinas Castle, Llyn Eiddew Bach prehistoric site, Bryn Cader Faner Cairn Circle, Bodnant Gardens, with medieval castles at Dolwyddelan, Harlech, Conwy, and Caernarfon, to name a few.
The accommodation comprises:- (all measurements are approximate)
with uPVC double glazed entrance door
with stone stairway to the first floor, plumbing for washing machine, small understairs stove cupboard
Kitchen/Dining Room "L" shaped
19'2" x 16'7" (5.84m x 5.05m)
with range of wall and base units including double drainer stainless steel sink unit, work surfaces, oil fired "Rayburn Royal" stove (heating the radiators and domestic hot water) exposed ceiling beams
15'6" x 13'7" (4.72m x 4.14m)
with open tiled fireplace, uPVC double glazed window and entrance door
with radiator, exposed ceiling beams, ceiling access hatch to roof space
13'4" x 9' (4.06m x 2.74m)
with fitted airing cupboard housing hot water cylinder fitted with immersion heater, exposed ceiling beams
13'11" x 7'8" (4.24m x 2.33m)
13'9" x 7'9" (4.19m x 2.36m)
with white suite comprising ¾ bath and "Aquatron" electric shower over, wall wash hand basin and low level w.c., tiled surrounds, radiator, exposed ceiling beam
Attached farm building 15' x 15' (4.57m x 4.57m) with former fireplace recess
Lean-to Former Dairy 8'11" x 6' (2.71m x 1.82m) average, with slate cold slab
Private drive leading to the farmyard with ample car parking/turning space
Enclosed gardens to the front and side
The farm buildings comprise:-
Detached Cow Shed of stone and slate construction 27'7" x 15'3" (8.40m x 4.64m)
Detached Hay Barn of timber frame corrugated iron construction 30'11" x 14'6" (9.42m x 4.41m)
Detached Sheering Shed of steel frame corrugated iron construction 28'11" x 23'8" (8.81m x 7.21m) with lean-to open ended tractor Shed 14'2" x 8'6" (4.31m x 2.59m)
Detached Building of stone and slate construction comprising:-
Cow Shed 16' x 10'4" (4.87m x 3.14m)
Hay Barn 27'4" x 11'6" (8.33m x 3.50m) opening into a timber framed corrugated iron Store Shed 29' x 20'8" (8.83m x 6.29)
Former Stable 10'6" x 10'6" (3.20m x 3.20m)
Lean-to Shed built of stone walls under a corrugated iron roof
Detached Garage of timber framed corrugated iron construction 27' x 24' (8.22m x 7.31m) with vehicle inspection pit, double doors
Detached Implement Shed of stone and corrugated iron construction 21'10" x 8'3" (6.65m x 2.51m) with loft above; Former Stable 15'5" x 12'6" (4.69m x 3.81m)
(electricity and water are connected to most of the farm buildings)
Approximately 22 acres of useful grazing land (edged red on the plan) with the River Teigl forming part of its Southern boundary
Schedule of Field No's 5641, 5031, 4625, 4222, 3623, 3031, 4131, 2722, 3749, 3943, 4337, 5147
Mains water and electricity
The property is EPC exempt.
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