5 bedroom house for sale6 Bath Place, Aberdovey, Gwynedd
- Kitchen/breakfast room
- Sitting room
- 5 bedrooms (2 with en suite facilities)
- Family bathroom
- EPC rating E
Gwel Afon is a charming water front house with a south facing terrace and steps down to the beach situated in a prime location within this much loved seaside village. It has stunning and ever changing views across the harbour and the Dyfi Estuary to the hills beyond. Likely to have been a fisherman’s cottage, it has great character and is well presented throughout.
Tucked into a small terrace of individual period water side properties, the house has a surprisingly modest front façade, yet the front door opens to generous and attractive three storey accommodation which has been completely renovated over recent years. The comfortable sitting room and adjoining fitted kitchen and breakfast room have wide windows framing the stunning views and there is access to a terraced seating area with steps down to the beach. There are four double bedrooms situated on the first and second floors, all with estuary views through french windows and with Juliet balconies. These are complimented by contemporary bathroom and shower rooms, two being en suite. A versatile fifth bedroom combines as a second reception room if
required. In addition, there are outside steps down to both the kitchen and sitting room doors, along with a useful store room, ideal for wet suits and boating equipment. To the harbour side of the house is the terrace where steps provide access to the beach when the tide drops. Gwel Afon provides a rare opportunity to purchase a water side house in this much sought after village. Whether as a full time home or part time retreat, the house will also have great appeal to those wishing to rent it as a holiday cottage.
Gwel Afon stands on the waterside of the beach above the pretty harbour in the exclusive seaside village of Aberdovey. It benefits from stunning views of the ever changing tidal scenery, revealing beautiful golden sand banks of the Dyfi Estuary and the hills beyond. Boats bob nearby and oyster catchers with their distinctive call reside just below the house.
The house is close to a range of bespoke shops, galleries, pubs and restaurants. Historically a small fishing and trading village, the advent of the railway in the 19th Century saw Aberdovey
become an exclusive Victorian holiday destination noted for its exceptional views and fine beach. Today it has retained its exclusivity and is noted for its famous 18 hole golf course, its colourful summer sailing regattas, water sports and its easy access to many outdoor activities in the Snowdonia National Park.
The towns of Tywyn and Machynlleth are nearby and offer a further range of recreational and leisure facilities. Good road networks give access to Welshpool, Shrewsbury and beyond, along with a regular mainline rail service to Shrewsbury and Birmingham.
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