Tan y Wenallt is a deceptively large cottage in an enviable position on the outskirts of Llanbedr on the NW Wales coast in the Snowdonia National Park. This 4 bedroom detached house with many charming original features has a large private garden, detached log cabin, 2.75 acre (unmeasured) pasture and permanent stabling offering potential buyers a great deal of flexibility. The stables and land could be used for equestrian purposes or, subject to planning consent, as a redevelopment opportunity on the current site of the stabling block without impact on the main house.
3.47 x 3.01 (11'4" x 9'10")
Quality fitted kitchen with extensive granite work-surfaces, Belfast sink and a range of solid wooden door floor and wall cupboards. Integrated dishwasher and AGA Rangemaster cooker, under-counter fridge and flagged slate tiles to floor. Dual aspect windows and uPVC door through to external courtyard. Steps down into;
4.01 x 1.04 (13'1" x 3'4")
With double uPVC doors through to courtyard and flagged slate flooring.
5.48 (max) x 4.65 (max) (17'11" (max) x 15'3" (max
'L' shaped uPVC double glazed conservatory with flagged slate floor and doors through to garden.
3.09 x 1.04 (10'1" x 3'4")
Useful lobby area with louvred cupboard containing Worcester oil fired boiler, Megaflow cylinder and space and plumbing for washing machine.
7.04 x 4.66 (23'1" x 15'3")
With plenty of character and original features. Beamed ceiling, large inglenook fireplace with inset burner and flagged slate floor. Windows overlooking garden and door through to courtyard. Access through to inner hallway with doors through to;
Fitted with white suite comprising low level WC and wash handbasin.
4.51 x 3.02 (14'9" x 9'10")
Light and airy double room with window overlooking garden and double french doors leading to courtyard.
3.09 x 2.89 (10'1" x 9'5")
Double room with window looking out to neighbouring woodland.
Beautifully presented with fully tiled walls and floor. Claw foot bath, low level WC, wash handbasin and separate shower cubicle.
A rustic beamed staircase leads from the sitting room to the first floor landing area. Doors leading through to;
4.92 x 4.89 (16'1" x 16'0")
Revealed stone walls and exposed beams make this a very characterful room. Dual aspect windows overlooking garden and neighbouring woodland. Built in storage and wardrobes. Restricted headroom for entrance door and beneath beams but we are advised some 'A' frames are removable if required.
5.47 x 3.03 (17'11" x 9'11")
Double bedroom with wood panelled ceiling, skylight and views over the courtyard and garden.
Beautifully appointed with fully tiled walls and floor. Claw foot bath, high level WC and wash handbasin.
Secluded wooden cabin with veranda with services; well away from the house and with its own private entrance, garden and parking area. Equipped with kitchenette, shower and WC. It is in need of some refurbishment but has potential for a number of uses including holiday let subject to permission.
Private, large and well maintained with mature trees and shrubs. Pathways meander around the garden and there are many delightful seating areas, ponds and features to discover throughout. Outside the house there is a stone patio courtyard area which leads on to a crushed slate interface to the lawned areas. Stone built garden shed and log store.
Across the lane from the cottage and accessed directly by a pedestrian gate or vehicular/stock access through the stabling area. Approximately 2.75 acres of open pasture with beautiful views over the village of Llanbedr and to the Rhinogs mountain range beyond.
With permanent stabling for three horses, tack room and wooded sheds. Vehicular access provided from the single track lane. Some refurbishment work required but with power and water supply.
The popular rural village of Llanbedr on the NW Wales coast is close to beautiful sandy beaches, local shops and three village pubs. Harlech with its World Heritage listed castle, famous beach and the renown Royal St David's links golf course is 2 miles north of the village. Further afield are the larger towns of Barmouth (7 miles) and Porthmadog (12 miles) which offer more shops and large supermarkets.
For those that require it there is a nearby airfield (approx 1 mile) that services private, light aircraft.
The nearest railway station is a 5 minute walk away and connects directly to Shrewsbury, Birmingham then beyond. Behind the village of Llanbedr is the spectacular Rhinog mountain range that comprises countless hiking challenges for all abilities.