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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Bwlchtocyn, Pwllheli, North Wales

£845,000

Property Description

Key features

  • A Superior & Elegant Period 1910 Property Overlooking Abersoch Bay
  • Stunning Elevated Position With Exceptional Sea & Mountain Views
  • Stands Within Generous Gardens With A Superb Terrace & Balcony
  • Plentiful Private Parking, Attached Garage Plus Detached Garage With Office
  • Four Bedroomed Accommodation Ideally Suited To Cater For A Family
  • Beautiful Interior Of The Highest Standard With Exceptional Charm
  • Sympathetically Modernised To In Order To Preserve The Original Character
  • Eye-Catching Original Tiled Fireplaces Preserved Throughout Accommodation
  • Fully Integrated Kitchen With Granite Worktops & Luxury Bathroom
  • Master Bedroom With Contemporary En-Suite & Dressing Room

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

 

Views that will simply take your breath away and provide endless pleasure - Morawelon, a superior detached period residence built around 1910 during the creative Arts & Crafts era, occupies a simply stunning elevated position on the edge of the popular hamlet of Bwlchtocyn. This truly enviable position overlooking Abersoch Bay, finds you staring off into the distance as far as the eye can see towards the Cambrian coastline and the stunning Snowdonia Mountains beyond with Snowdon rising majestically above them all!
Standing in generous garden grounds purposely made to maximise your enjoyment of the surrounding scenery, Morawelon is a joy to behold with an interior that befits its stature whereby it's been sympathetically modernised to a particularly high standard whilst preserving its period heritage and essential charm. You'll fall in love with this property for sure.
Morawelon sits handsomely within the landscape with its whitewashed walls contrasting with the lush green farmland that sweeps gently towards the sandy shoreline north east of the property - just imagine the sunrises you'll experience here! The elevated position also affords fine views to the west towards Porth Neigwl (Hells Mouth) with Bardsey Island visible off the furthest tip of the peninsula. It's hard to argue with the fact that this is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Externally, this residence is practical on a number of levels with an integral garage (could make a superb games room), plentiful private parking and a further detached garage and office, so if you require somewhere to run a business from without intruding into the main home, Morawelon has definitely got it covered.

Lest we get ahead of ourselves, let's explore the interior just a little further. This being a property built in the early part of the 20th century, you can be sure that it has its fair share of charm and redeeming features from that period, something which the present owners have ensured is not only preserved but made to clearly stand out, adding a certain style worthy of a property of this stature. The well-proportioned rooms add to the sense of light and space whilst the tasteful modernising throughout sits well with the original features, in fact creating a complementary blend of old and new - when it's done right, you just know it's right. The principal reception rooms both retain their open fireplaces (a working Clearview stove to the lounge), something which is carried through to the bedrooms located on the first floor.

The kitchen moves things forward in terms of its presentation and contemporary feel, being fitted with copious use of granite for the worktops complete with a granite breakfast bar and a host of quality fitted 'Neff' appliances to include: hob, double oven, warming plate, dishwasher and washing machine.

The main bathroom has a suite which really catches the eye with its rolled top bath (under-floor heated) whilst the master bedroom comes with a contemporary en-suite (under-floor heated also) and dressing room.

To complete the picture is a superb balcony accessible from the landing which comes with all-weather decking and a glazed balustrade - needless to say, the views from here are just superb.

The theme of spending time outdoors is what the garden is all about too, with a wide slate patio running across the rear, somewhere we envisage a lot of time will be spent during the warmer summer months complete with a spacious lawn which adjoins open countryside. Oh, did we forget to mention the views? Yes, the views from here are also pretty special.
 

LOCATION The wonderfully scenic hamlet of Bwlchtocyn in which Morawelon resides, enjoys fantastic sea views over Abersoch Bay with the advantage of having 3 beaches within close proximity of Abersoch, Porth Neigwl and Porth Ceiriad. This Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is located along the southern edge of the undoubtedly beautiful Llŷn Peninsula where the land meets the sea. Here you can enjoy internationally recognised sailing waters, a pleasant climate, beautiful scenery and facilities for sailing, chandlery and surfing. There are a good range of amenities within Abersoch which is situated approximately 1½ miles distant and includes a Post Office, primary school, dentist, doctor's surgery, convenience stores, ATM cash machine points and a choice of restaurants, pubs and eateries to suit all pockets.
Abersoch also has as a fine 18 hole golf course, excellent sailing/boating facilities with a packed calendar of sailing events throughout the year as well as events and concerts such as the annual Wakestock Festival of the Sea and Glass Butter Beach music festival during August.

Traveling north along the A499 some 8 miles, is the vibrant market town of Pwllheli with its renowned marina, beaches, shops and supermarkets, restaurants, schools and leisure facilities. The Llŷn Peninsula has a rich and varied history along with some of the best scenery you could wish for, with a strikingly beautiful coastline and much, much more besides.
 

RECEPTION HALL 7' 2" x 17' 5" (2.18m x 5.31m)  

FITTED CLOAKROOM  

LOUNGE 14' 11" x 15' 7" (4.55m x 4.77m max)  

SUN LOUNGE 11' 4" x 22' 2" (3.47m x 6.76m)  

DINING ROOM 14' 11" x 14' 4" (4.57m x 4.39m max)  

KITCHEN 24' 11" x 18' 5" (7.62m x 5.62m Max)  

BEDROOM 4 10' 2" x 11' 0" (3.1m x 3.35m)  

LANDING  

MASTER BEDROOM 14' 11" x 15' 8" (4.56m x 4.78m)  

ENSUITE 7' 9" x 11' 10" (2.37m x 3.62m)  

DRESSING ROOM 7' 9" x 11' 10" (2.36m x 3.61m)  

BEDROOM 2 14' 7" x 14' 5" (4.46m x 4.41m max)  

BEDROOM 3 11' 11" x 17' 10" (3.64m x 5.44m max)  

BATHROOM 9' 1" x 14' 8" (2.79m x 4.49m max)  

BALCONY 10' 4" x 22' 9" (3.17m x 6.95m)  

ATTACHED GARAGE 12' 0" x 21' 1" (3.66m x 6.43m)  

DETACHED GARAGE 10' 3" x 21' 0" (3.12m x 6.4m)  

OFFICE 6' 9" x 18' 4" (2.06m x 5.59m)  


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