6 bedroom detached house for sale

Dinas Mawddwy, Nr Dolgellau, Gwynedd

Under Offer £475,000

Property Description

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A rare opportunity to purchase a beautifully presented three bedroom cottage with a three bedroom barn conversion, located within Snowdonia National Park nestled within one and a quarter acres of well maintained gardens enjoying far reaching countryside views. Offering a business potential with scope to expand, with tent camping areas within the grounds and the well appointed holiday accommodation, there is so much more than what first meets the eye and we highly recommend a viewing.

Property ref: 121_2442_4637785


Entrance Porch/Sun Room 
10' 4" x 5' 10" (3.14m x 1.79m) Of stone construction with x4 windows. Quarry tiled flooring. Wooden entrance door leading to:-

Reception Hall 
14' 8" x 7' 10" (4.48m max x 2.39m) A versatile space which could be utilised as a dining room also. Log burner, quarry tiled floor with matching skirting, radiator, exposed beams to ceiling, stairs to first floor with storage cupboard beneath. Telephone point. Doors to;

Kitchen 
15' 8" x 8' 10" (4.78m x 2.70m) Range of matching cream base units with solid wood worktop over, inset ceramic white one and half bowl with drainer and mixer tap, built in fridge, matching wall cupboard and display unit, inset Britannia gas double oven, with extractor hood above set in large inglenook with feature of original bread oven and part exposed red brick work, double glazed window to rear, extractor fan, window to Lounge, exposed beams, red quarry tiled floor, two velux windows, two windows to upper first floor landing and double ceiling height providing a sense of space. Doors to:-

Utility Room 
9' 3" x 8' 11" (2.82m x 2.73m) Double glazed window to rear with deep cill, Belfast Sink, space and plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher, space for freezer or fridge freezer, exposed beam, central heating controls, red quarry red floor.

Rear Hallway 
12' 3" x 6' 1" (3.73m max x 1.86m max) Double glazed windows to side and rear, wooden stable door providing access to rear, exposed stone work, red quarry tiled floor.

Landing 
Exposed beams to ceiling, fitted carpet, slate steps down to further landing with two window over looking kitchen, built in storage cupboard, period latch and brace doors to;

Lounge 
18' 4" x 15' 1" (5.59m x 4.59m) Contemporary interior for modern day living with oak floor, rotational wood burning stove, exposed beams, built in seat with central heating controls enclosed, sash window to rear with deep slated sill, radiator, contemporary 'brushed’ steel and glass stairs to first floor, spot lights, wall up lights, open plan style ground floor providing access to:-

Kitchen/Dining Room 
17' x 12' (5.18m x 3.81m) Spacious seating area, exposed beams, oak floor, stable door to side leading to rear walkway. Range of matching cream display and base units with slate effect worktop over, inset one and a half stainless steel sink with drainer and mixer tap, integral dishwasher, gas fired range style oven, with 5 ring hob, fridge freezer, painted exposed stone work, modern flat radiator, window to front overlooking private garden area and terrace, spot lights to ceiling.

Bedroom 1 
7' 9" x 9' 7" (2.36m x 2.91m) Window to rear with slated deep sill, feature stone recess with slate sill, modern flat radiator, spot lights to ceiling, oak flooring.

Shower Room 
6' 6" x 4' 11" (1.98m x 1.49m) Suite comprising of double shower, corner low level W.C, pedestal wash basin with chrome mixer tap, light with shaver point, chrome heated towel rail, exposed beam, oak floor, extractor fan, spot lights to ceiling.

Gallery Landing 
Brushed steel and glass stairs lead to an impressive galleried landing with the 'bridge' dividing the two upstairs bedrooms. From the ‘bridge’ guests will enjoy looking down over the steel and glass balustrade to lounge below. Sky light, built in cupboard, doors to providing access to:-

Bedroom 2 
16' 5" x 9' 5" (5.01 max into eves x 2.87) Bright and airy room with dual aspect sky lights, oak flooring, spot lights to ceiling, radiator.

Bedroom 3 
5.35m x 2.48m (17' 7" max into eves x 8' 2") Currently set up as a childrens room with two single beds to the far end, with further space for another bed at the opposite end. Dual sky lights, feature window with deep recess and exposed stone work, radiator, spot lights.

Bathroom 
8' x 3' (2.43m x 1.18m) white suite comprising panelled bath with centre mixer tap and shower attachment, low level W.C, heated towel rail, rectangle sink with mixer tap, tiled splash backs, light and shaver point, sash window to rear.

Detached Outbuilding 
Drying Room 3.97 x 1.85. Secure and extremely useful room for walkers and cyclists alike with plenty of space for drying wet outdoor gear. Sky light. Washing machine.

Boiler Room 3.96 x 2.50. Sky light, Biomass wood pellet boiler that runs on small compressed pellets of wood. This boiler provides the central heating & hot water for the barn & house and proves to be extremely economical.

Bike/Outdoor Store Room 3.96 x 2.44. Secure room with plenty of space for bikes and outdoor equipment. Sky light.

Garden 
Set in approximately one and quarter acres of extensive landscaped gardens this is truly one of the main selling for points for Pentrewern. Offering a haven for wild life, with the array of colours from the various shrubs and bushes dotted around the gardens.

The pathways provide access to the private and level camping areas which the current owners have created, offering walkers or families exclusive access to this lovely garden with their own shower and W.C. positioned at the rear of Pentrewern. The background trickle of the mountain stream adds to the tranquility to sit back and enjoy the superb uninterrupted mountain views which can be enjoyed from many areas of the gardens.

Located lower down towards the driveway is a fenced vegetable garden for those looking for the good life, with the potential to keep chickens too should the new owner wish.

To the front of the Barn is a patio area providing a beautiful and private area for gues...

Services 
None of the services have been tried or tested by the selling agents, however it was noted that there is a private water supply from a spring, private Klargester sewage bio-treatment system, economical wood pellet heating system and mains electricity.

These services are for both the main house and barn.

Viewing 
Strictly by appointment only through the selling agents RG Jones Dolgellau - 01341 422789 or Dolgellau@rgjones-property.co.uk

Council Tax 
Gwynedd Council Tax Band E.

Rights of Way 
Please note that the property enjoys the benefit of a Right of Way over an adjoining landowners land from the main road to the gateway of Pentrewern. There is also a public Right of Way passing through the land of Pentrewern which is seldom used.

Directions 
The property can be found by proceeding along the A470, passing cross foxes and proceed along the pass. When descending the hill, there is a layby with a telephone box on the left hand side. The property entrance is the next left hand turning, with 5 bar gate and can be identified by our for sale board.

Situation & Locality 
The village of Dinas Mawddwy is located just off the A470 North Wales to South Wales road, between Dolgellau and Caersws. Dinas Mawddwy has been described as a little village in an Alpine-style location, set amongst steep, forested hillsides. The local former woollen mill is now a craft centre/ gift shop.

Turn off the main road for the village and from here there is a narrow road that runs through Llanymawddwy and climbs very steeply up through the mountains to Bwlch y Groes, the highest road pass in Wales and onto Llanuwchllyn at the southern end of Llyn Tegid in Bala; there is also a turn off for Lake Vyrnwy.

This ideal touring centre is close to two famous mountain passes – Bwlch yr Oerddrws to the north-west, and Bwlch y Groes,, to the north-east. Visit Pont Minllyn, a narrow bridge crossing the Dyfi at Dinas Mawddwy .

This is a good base for walking, fishing and mountain biking, with challenging trails in the nearby Dyfi Fores...

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01654 636003 Local call rate

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