5 bedroom detached house in Llwyngwril

Sold - £550,000

Coed Mawr
Llwyngwril, Gwynedd, LL37 2QH

5 bedroom detached house in Llwyngwril

Coed Mawr
LL37 2QH



Property description


This well-maintained 4 / 5 bedroom detached Welsh stone former farmhouse is situated in a tranquil location at an elevated position close to the village of
Llwyngwril, with uninterrupted sea views reaching to Snowdon, the Lleyn Peninsula and Bardsey Island in the distance. Comprising entrance hallway with slate
flagstone floor leading to lounge with beamed ceiling and large inglenook fireplace, dining room and kitchen on the ground floor. Three double bedrooms, one
single bedroom, office, bathroom and separate wc on the first floor.
All front facing windows have sea views. The house is uPVC double glazed with oil central heating and has the benefit of a new slate roof (2019).
The land surrounding the house extends to almost 5 acres of mainly grazing, but also includes mature terraced garden plots with a vegetable patch.
Other features include a front terrace, rear parking, stone workshop, covered store and double garage.
This property offers the potential for a rural lifestyle whilst still enjoying the benefits of nearby services. In springtime the bluebell bank with views of
Snowdon behind is stunning, primroses and violets dot the lawns, and swallows return to nest in the open store shed. Amazing sunsets can be seen from the
house at all times of year. The availability of fibre broadband extends the possibility of home working with spectacular coastal views.

Llwyngwril is a small, beautiful and friendly village on the shores of Cardigan Bay. It has a shop with part-time post-office counter and lovely pub.
Public transport is provided by local buses and the Cambrian Coast railway. Tywyn, which is approximately 8 miles away, boasts its own leisure centre and
swimming pool complex, plus all the usual facilities including a cinema, doctors' surgery, cottage hospital and high school. For golfing, boating and all
water sports, the delightful harbour village of Aberdyfi is just fourteen miles away along the coast past Tywyn towards Pennal and Machynlleth.

The property comprises half glazed door to:

Slate flagstone floor, radiator, consumer unit located here.

LOUNGE 16`5 x 15`6
Window to front and rear, large inglenook fireplace with Clearview 650 multi fuel stove, original bread oven, slate hearth, feature stone walls, beamed
ceiling, two radiators, alcove shelving, TV point.

DINING ROOM 16`2 x 8`4
Window to front, feature stone walls, radiator, under stairs cupboard, telephone point.

KITCHEN 15`8 x 12`2
Window and half glazed door to front porch with slate flagstone floor and stable door to side. The kitchen has a quarry tiled floor, oak-style kitchen units,
laminate work top, part-tiled walls, stainless steel sink and drainer, plumbed for washing machine, ceramic hob, built-in electric oven, extractor over,
under cupboard lighting, Worcester oil boiler located here.

Off entrance hallway with radiator, stairs to first floor landing with Velux and window to rear.

BEDROOM 1 14`7 x 12`
Window to front with sea views, built-in Schreiber wardrobes and drawer units, radiator, access to loft.

BATHROOM 11` x 7`9 including airing cupboard housing hot water cylinder and slatted shelving. Large bath, wash basin, separate shower cubicle,
part panelled walls, heated towel rail, wood effect floorboard style flooring.

Window to rear, wc.

BEDROOM 2 13`3 x 8`5
Window to front with sea views, radiator.

BEDROOM 3 13`x 9`6 into recess
Window to front with sea views, radiator.

BEDROOM 4 12`5 x 6`6
Window to rear, radiator.

OFFICE / BEDROOM 5 8`5 x 6`3
Window to front with sea views, radiator.

Gated access to enclosed terrace benefiting from the afternoon sun, pond and stream with waterfall, uninterrupted sea views across to Snowdon and the
Lleyn Peninsula. Steps and pathways leading up to mature terraced gardens with stream running through. Individual lawned areas, hedges, shrubs and trees.
Vegetable plot. Gated access to fields. Oil tank situated behind wall.

Parking for two vehicles and scope to create more. Coal shed.

Over the lane access to stone shed, double garage and covered storage. Fruit trees, pond and chicken shed further down the field.

SERVICES Spring water with pump and filtration, mains electricity, septic tank, oil central heating. Fast fibre broadband.

You will need to provide identity evidence in the form of passport/driving licence or utility bill with mpan number visible on putting forward an offer.

These particulars are produced in good faith, are set out as a general guide only and do not constitute any part of an offer or a contract.
None of the statements contained in these particulars as to this property are to be relied on as statements or representations of fact.
Any intending purchaser should satisfy him/herself by inspection of the property or otherwise as to the correctness of each of the statements prior to
making an offer. No person in the employment of Welsh Property Services has any authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatsoever in
relation to this property.

All measurements have been taken using a laser tape measure and therefore may be subject to a small margin of error.
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