A handsome bay fronted mid-terrace stone built property offering huge potential and flexibility. With 6 generously sized bedrooms and an extensive ground floor shop, the accommodation is set over 4 floors and benefits from lovely period features including fireplaces, wooden panelling and stripped floorboards. Currently a family home, Ivy House has previously been run as a successful B&B with barbers and retail shop below.
Located on the main thoroughfare in the popular coastal resort of Barmouth, it is in walking distance of all the local amenities and beautiful sandy beaches. From the upper rooms there are lovely views across the roof tops over to the sea. Benefitting from a contemporary kitchen and bathroom and rear patio, Ivy House is ready and waiting for the next owners to grasp the enormous opportunity this unique property has to offer.
The shop consists of 3 rooms, a large room to the front with attractive bay window and entrance from the street. This leads to a further room formerly a Barber Shop. Off this is a large storeroom with access to the rear yard. There is also an adjoining door opening into the hallway of the residential accommodation.
4.015 x 4.03 (13'2" x 13'2")
With part glazed entrance door and large bay window to the front with shop front display shelving. Stripped wooden flooring and wall shelving units.
4.33 x 2.61 (14'2" x 8'6")
With attractive barber's sinks and plumbing in situ, vinyl flooring and large window to the rear (currently boarded up). A door leads to the main hallway and further door to a rear storeroom and access to the yard through this.
1.76 x 4.29 (5'9" x 14'0")
Large store room with door to rear yard.
Set over three floors with its own private access (separate from the shop entrance) from the street and access to the rear yard and patio behind.
A private door from the street leads to the entrance hall and stairs rising to the residential accommodation above.There is a lockable door which leads directly into the shop premises. With high ceilings and original wood panelling to one wall. A period wooden staircase leads to the accommodation on the first, second and third floors.
With attractive wooden balustrade, doors off to sitting room and kitchen, stairs up to second floor landing. There is access out to the rear yard and patio from this floor.
4.97 x 5.26 (16'3" x 17'3")
Off the first floor landing, a lovely light and spacious room with attractive period fireplace and two windows (one bay) to the front.
3.83 x 3.09 (12'6" x 10'1")
With a range of contemporary birch effect wall and base units, built in oven and hob with extractor over and space for fridge freezer. There is space for a small dining table and chairs. With window to the rear and part glazed door to the utility room.
2.31 x 3.03 (7'6" x 9'11")
A large versatile room currently used as a utility and hobby room with space and plumbing for washing machine, shelving and space for table and chairs. With window to the front and door out to steps down to the rear patio garden.
From the second floor landing, doors lead off to the three bedrooms and the bathroom. Stairs lead up to the third floor.
3.3 x 4.78 (10'9" x 15'8")
Spacious bedroom at the front with large bay window giving views over the Barmouth roof tops toward the sea. Full of character with stunning period fireplace with tiled inserts and large mirror over and exposed wood flooring, picture rails and coving.
3.82 x 3.07 (12'6" x 10'0")
Large double bedroom with exposed wooden floors and an attractive feature fireplace with tiled inserts. Situated to the rear of the property with interesting views of the granite rock face and hillside behind.
2.8 x 1.8 (9'2" x 5'10")
Single bedroom at the front of the house with rooftop and sea views.
2.35 x 3.12 (7'8" x 10'2")
Family bathroom with a large skylight window and white suite comprising of low level WC, bath with shower over and hand wash basin. Partially tiled with obscured window to the rear.
With attractive period wooden panelling to one wall and doors off to the 3 bedrooms on this floor.
3.09 x 4.20 (10'1" x 13'9")
Large bedroom on the the third floor, with more expansive rooftop and sea views and exposed wooden flooring.
3.25 x 3.5 (10'7" x 11'5")
Large double bedroom to the rear with an attractive period fireplace, laminate wood flooring and granite rock face views from the window.
1.9 x 3.16 (6'2" x 10'4")
Single bedroom at the front of the property with attractive white painted wooden flooring and roof top and sea views.
To the rear of the property there is a rear yard and patio area bound by the granite rock face. There is access from the street via a small passage way, a door to the ground floor shop premises and an external staircase leading up to a door to the first floor opening into the utility/hobby room.
The property is freehold and is connected to mains electricity, water and drainage. The windows to the rear are double glazed.
Barmouth is known as the town where 'the Mountains meet the Sea' but offers much more than that. It is a thriving seaside town with breathtaking views on the north west coast of Wales looking out onto Cardigan Bay on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park.
There is a a busy town centre with a range of shops and supermarkets and great places to eat and relax. For lovers of the outdoors it offers walking, cycling, paddle-boarding, kayaking and of course swimming in the sea from the beautiful golden sand beach. The train station in the middle of the town provides easy links up and down the coastal line or regular trains directly through to Birmingham and beyond.