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6 bedroom character property for sale

Maes Tegfryn Bryncrug, Gwynedd LL36 9PE

Offers in Region of £600,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Detached private six bedroom character residence
  • Standing in its own enclosed grounds with established mature trees and hedges
  • The property enjoys privacy and rural views of the Dysynni valley from first floor rooms
  • Oil fired central heating throughout and double glazed UPVC main windows
  • Enclosed grounds and paddock extend to 2 acres approximately
  • Period features include victorian mosaic tiled hallway, high ceilings,large windows, moulded coving
  • Picture rails and barley twist stair spindles
  • The rooms are of excellent proportions which provide spacious accommodation
  • Balcony along front and side of residence provides pleasant views over the grounds and valley
  • Private drive through avenue of trees

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Situation and Locality
Bryncrug is a pleasant and popular residential village situated within easy reach of the Cardigan Bay Coast at Tywyn and Aberdyfi. The property is within walking distance of the shop, public house and primary school and is served by a bus service to Tywyn and Dolgellau.

The nearby coastal town of Tywyn, which is a popular seaside resort on the Cardigan Bay coast, is renowned for it’s sandy beaches and natural beauty, has a range of shops, high street banks, primary and secondary school, leisure centre, cottage hospital, health centre and dentist.

There are a range of amenities and recreational facilities nearby to include exploring the diverse landscape from the glacial valleys and rugged
mountains, to the woodlands and fertile pastures to the sandy beaches of the Cardigan Bay Coast which attract those wishing to relax, walk or observe the unique marine life. There are many more recreational facilities and country pursuits in Snowdonia to include fishing on the Talyllyn Lake, local rivers and sea, Dysynni Heritage Cycle Way, mountain biking. For steam Railway enthusiasts the Talyllyn Narrow Gauge Railway which runs from Tywyn to Abergynolwyn is nearby.

The quaint old sea port of Aberdyfi is a very popular and picturesque village situated on the north side of the beautiful Dyfi Estuary, with miles of unspoilt golden sand, sheltered dunes and views out across Cardigan Bay. The heart of the village offers a variety of shops, galleries, boutiques as well as several restaurants and hotels. There is a yacht and rowing club, along with many other water sporting activities at the harbour of Aberdyfi. The village is also home to an18 hole championship golf course, considered to be one of the finest in Wales.

Maes Tegfryn is approached via a private drive through an avenue of trees on the right hand side beyond the entrance to Maes y Grug when travelling on the A493 road from Tywyn.

The Property
The sale of Maes Tegfryn offers a rare opportunity to acquire of the finest private residences of character in the Dysynni Valley. Standing in it’s own grounds with established and mature trees and hedges, the property enjoys privacy and has the benefit of open views across the valley from First floor rooms.

The property is built of traditional construction with rendered elevations incorporating brick quoins and dressings under a slate roof. The main windows are UPVC double glazed, with oil fired central heating throughout.

Together with the paddock alongside, the enclosed grounds which surround the house extend to some 2 acres approximately, which provide considerable amenity and a pleasant relaxing/entertaining space for the occupants. Most of the grounds benefit from sunshine throughout the day, with the gravelled patio in front of the house enjoying uninterrupted afternoon and evening sunshine.

Viewing is essential to appreciate the qualities of the property, which include period features such as mosaic Victorian Hallway, high ceilings throughout, large windows, moulded coving to ceilings and picture rails. The property benefits from rooms of excellent proportions which provide very spacious and comfortable living accommodation.

The balcony along the front and side of the house provides pleasant views over the grounds and across the lower Dysynni Valley to the Coastline.



Canopied entrance with tiled floor and arch doorway incorporating panelled door with stained and leaded glass panels with matching side lights and fan lights above opening to

Spacious Entrance Hall
Victorian tiled floor; archway into Inner Hall; panelling to dado; attractive staircase with barley twist spindles; ceiling light; radiator; doors opening to

Sitting Room
17’5” x 15’(max); two large and tall casement windows to front and side overlooking grounds with distant views across the lower Dysynni valley; open fireplace in attractive hardwood carved surround with deep mantle shelf; tiled hearth and brass hood; fitted carpet; two radiators; ample double power points; ceiling light; serving hatch from kitchen; TV point and Sky TV connections.

Dining Room
16’8” x 14’7”(max);including wide square bay which incorporates French doors opening to patio with side casement windows on either side and sash windows on the side returns; fitted carpet with part exposed original timber floor; open fireplace in attractive painted fireplace with brass detail and tiled hearth; ample double power points; ceiling light; double radiator.

Study/ Snug
13’10” x 12’3”(max) including recess; tall casement window to side overlooking lawned gardens; door to outside patio; power points; telephone point; fitted carpet over boarded floor; double radiator.

Kitchen with Dining Area
17’7” x 11’; fully fitted oak kitchen incorporating base and wall units with peninsular work surface and units below; ample work surface; integrated 5 ring gas hob with cooker hood above; built-under electric twin oven with grill; inset single bowl sink unit with mixer tap; plumbing for dishwasher; former
fireplace recess with attractive pine surround incorporating work surface with appliance space and cupboards under, spotlights above with chimney which can incorporate a range cooker ; two sash windows to side with rural outlook across paddock; ceramic tiled floor; double radiator; wide casement window to rear providing an abundance of natural light; full height built-in storage cupboard providing very useful storage space; glazed panelled door leading to:

10’3” x 7’1”; sash window to rear; work surface with appliance space under and plumbing for washing machine; vent for tumble drier; radiator; ceramic tiled floor; ceiling light; glazed panelled door opening to casement window to front.

Rear Porch
door to outside; tiled floor; casement window to rear; door opening to

Boiler Room
with Mistral oil fired combi-boiler; Belfast sink with storage cupboards above; coat hanging spaces; power points; tiled floor; ceiling light; roof light.


Galleried Landing
With attractive staircase leading up to second floor; panelling to dado; French doors opening on to balcony which leads to the front and side of the house overlooking the garden and providing distant views across the Dysynni valley to the coastline; ceiling lights; arched openings to inner landing; radiator; doors opening to

Master Suite Bedroom
15’5” x 14’8”(max); casement windows to front and side overlooking garden with distant rural views; original decorative cast iron fireplace feature; built-in storage cupboards; double radiator; ample double power points; TV point; ceiling light; archway leading through to Dressing Room11’4”x 9’8”(max); casement window to side overlooking garden; pedestal wash hand basin with tiled splash back and mirror above; fitted carpet; ceiling light; wide double built-in wardrobe providing good storage space with storage cupboards above and double doors opening to Airing Cupboard housing lagged cylinder with linen storage shelves and storage cupboard above; door opening to Shower Room tiled shower cubicle with Mira mixer shower; ceramic tiled floor; radiator; W.C.; part frosted glass casement window to rear; ceiling light; extractor fan.

Front Bedroom/ sitting room
18’2” x 16’7”(max); bow fronted casement window to front with deep window sill; radiator; original decorative cast iron fireplace feature; pedestal wash hand basin with tiled splash back and mirror above with shaver point and light; fitted carpet; ceiling light; built-in storage cupboard alongside fireplace.

Rear Bedroom
15’9”(max) 11’5” (min) x 13’3”; wide sash window to side overlooking paddock and providing uninterrupted views across the lower Dysynni valley to the adjacent hills; pedestal wash hand basin with tiled splash back and mirror above; double radiator; fitted carpet; decorative cast iron fireplace feature; ample power points; ceiling light.

Family Bathroom
8’1” x 7’; white suite comprising twin grip panelled bath with mixer shower over and shower screen; pedestal wash hand basin; W.C.; wall mounted mirror; ceiling light; extractor fan; part frosted glass casement window to rear; radiator; ceramic tiled walls and floor.

Rear Bedroom
10’6” x 8’2”; sash window to rear with distant views of surrounding hills; radiator; attractive cast iron fireplace feature; fitted carpet; power point; ceiling light.

Staircase with fitted carpet leading up to


Velux window; ceiling light; doors opening to

18’8” x 11’4” overall with part central division; two Velux windows providing rural outlook across the Dysynni valley; ceiling lights; part boarded floor; part fitted carpet; double radiator; ample double power points; access to loft; built-in walk-in wardrobe with clothes hanging rails on either side providing very useful storage; part exposed beams.

18’7” x 15’9”(max) excluding recess; casement window to front and Velux window to side providing open uninterrupted views across the Dysynni valley to the Cardigan Bay coastline; fitted carpet; double radiator; original decorative fireplace feature; ample double power points; door to deep built-in cupboard with clothes hanging rail providing good storage space.

Private tarmac drive recently resurfaced leading to enclosed grounds which extend to 1.5 acres or thereabouts which surround the house, to include large terraced lawns surrounded by mature flowering and ornamental trees and shrubs providing privacy together with Paddock alongside the drive with open outlook. Gravelled patio to the front of the house providing a pleasant relaxing space. Enclosed rear courtyard with quarry tiled floor; pedestrian access opening to the rear garden; door opening to Workshop/store 11’10” x 6’; casement window to both sides; quarry tiled floor; ceiling light; power points; original slate slab shelves with storage space under and wall mounted shelves. On adjacent side of courtyard Outside W.C. with W.C.; wash hand basin; ceiling light; window to rear. Outside water tap. Detached Garage 23’9” x 16’8” internally with electric lights; power point; self contained consumer unit; casement window to rear; wall mounted storage shelves. Small Orchard, vegetable garden and further extensive lawned area now included with the property

Council Tax Band ‘G’

Mains Water and Electricity. Private Drainage. Oil fired central Heating. Private Gas.

Strictly by appointment with the Agents, RG JONES Tywyn, 01654 710132.

Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs)

Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
12 September 2011


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