Property for sale in Dolgellau , Gwynedd, UK. 4 bedroom detached. £
4 BR, 1 BA
Summary Beautiful traditional stone built character property in an unusually peaceful and secluded location in the hills above the Mawddach estuary in Snowdonia National Park, with versaltile 3-4 bed accomodation including traditional oak beams sitting room with inglenook fireplace with wood burner, recently upgraded kitchen and bathroom, attatched converted barn with vaulted ceiling for use as studio or maisonette. The property is set within its own tranquil 2.5 acre grounds comprising gardens with stream and pond, paddock and vegetable and fruit bushes plot, additional stone barn with garage and workshop and potential for further 2 bed accomodation above. Situation Bulch Goch Echaf nestles at the top of a secluded valley, situated in the hills above the spectacular Mawddach estuary within convenient reach of all amenities: the market town of Dolgellau and the sea side town of Barmouth with its sandy beach. The nearest village Bontddu lies on the estuary and has a pub, school and garage. There is a regular rail service to Birmingham/London from Barmouth. Approach Access is along a tarmac road off the Barmouth to Dolgellau main road and the last ¼ mile along a track with parking by the house for min 4 cars. Description Farmhouse ground floor Traditional stone walls with slate roof with combination of PVC double glazed and traditional timber windows. Front porch 5x6 ft Attractive porch with glass and timber door and windows all around, slate floor and roof with timber and glass door leading to: Sitting room and dining room 15x26 ft Spacious room with timber beamed ceilings, slate floor and traditional stone inglenook fireplace at far end with timber beam, wood burner and bread oven. The sitting area centred around the fireplace, is lit by two double glazed windows with the dining area to the side nearer the kitchen. Heating: 2 double radiators (water heated) and 1 single radiator (economy electric). Sitting room has 2 glazed doors leading to: Kitchen 8x15 ft Recently modernised kitchen with traditional timber beamed ceiling retained, country style oak veneer fitted units with granite worktops, double sink, dishwasher, stainless steel range cooker with hood, kitchen table and chairs, solid fuel Bosky water heating system and range, terracotta tile floor with underfloor heating (low rate electric) and double glazed window. Rear porch and hallway 7x7 ft Single storey with flat roof incorporating rear porch, utility room and study. Spacious porch with timber and glass external back door leading to parking area and the garden, double glazed window and double radiator (water heated). Rear porch and hallway has 2 doors leading to: Study 7x8 ft Cosy study with fitted timber cupboards along one wall with window at one end. Single radiator (water heated). Utility room 5x7 ft Functional room with white porcelain lavatory, wash hand basin and washing machine connection. Window, fuse box and space for hanging coats. First floor: From the sitting room stairs lead up to the first floor landing with doors to: Bedroom 1 9x15 ft Double bedroom with fitted cupboards along one wall and wash hand basin. There is a traditional timber window at one end of the room overlooking the gardens and double timber and glass doors leading to the flat roof balcony area and views out to the garden and hills beyond. Bedroom 2 8.5x9 ft Double bedroom with fitted wardrobe, double glazed picture window overlooking the garden and views to the hills. Bedroom 3 6.5x9ft Currently set up with 2 bunk beds with traditional timber windows with views of the garden. Bathroom 6.5x8ft Light and airy recently upgraded modern bathroom with white bathroom suite with double ended bath with shower, stone tile flooring, heated towel rail and airing cupboard. Traditional timber windows with views over the garden. Converted barn 16x21ft A traditional stone barn with slate roof converted into a single story spacious room with timber beamed vaulted ceiling, double glazed picture window overlooking the garden with potential for multiple use. Currently used as a bed sitting room for guests it could be used as a 2nd reception room, 4th bedroom or office/studio space with potential to convert into a maisonette. It is linked to the farmhouse through two sets of doors and a small hallway through to the kitchen. It also has an external timber stable door leading to a small patio area and the garden and garage workshop beyond. Detatched barn double garage and workshop with first floor above 25x26 ft A traditional stone barn with slate roof subdivided into double garage and workshop with concrete floor. There is a spacious first floor 20x26ft with potential to convert into 2 bedroomed accommodation subject to planning permission. Garden and grounds 2.5 acres The gardens and grounds have a tranquil beauty. Around the house the gardens are more intimate with a patchwork of lawns, shrub beds, ponds, trickling streams and grassed and patio seating areas to catch the morning, midday and evening. Further from the house is an extensive shrubbery, a natural wetland area with large pond suitable for swimming and a delightful woodland garden with mossy boulders, stone walls and stream running through it. There are young and mature fruit trees planted all around the property. Paddock 1/4 acre There is a small grassed and hedged field for grazing or vegetables and an adjacent area of blackcurrant and raspberry bushes. There are views out from the property of sheep grazed fields bounded by stone walls, mature trees, woodland plantation and views of the hills. Services The house has mains electricity, solid fuel central heating, bottled calor gas hob and electric range cooker. The house has its own spring fed water supply and septic tank. Tenure Freehold. There is right of access along the ¼ mile track which is not part of the property.
Dishwasher, Fireplace, Parking, Patio/Deck, Washer Dryer
For sale by:
April 7 on HouseWeb