A distinctive and unique coastal property complete with “ballroom” and semicircular balcony overlooking the sea. Built in the 1950’s this individual spacious freehold property has 4 bedrooms (plus home office or bed 5), a living room and large lounge with semicircular windows in the style of a ballroom complete with a sprung wooden floor.
The principal bedroom has a large and very attractive semicircular balcony with views over the mature gardens, open countryside and out to sea. Two of the bedrooms are on the ground floor, where there is also a bathroom and the accommodation is both spacious and flexible in its layout with annexe potential also.
Benefitting from period features, including tiled open fireplaces, leaded windows and even the original servants bells, new owners will no doubt wish to modernise and put their own stamp on to further enhance this beautiful property.
There is ample driveway parking for up to 6 cars and a good sized garage. Tucked away in a small quiet cul-de-sac, there are well stocked mature gardens to three sides and the large garden to the rear has a very sunny aspect and a large raised terrace with rural and sea views.
Located in the popular coastal village of Dyffryn Ardudwy it is within walking distance of village amenities, the beach and woodland walks.
3.6 x 2.9 (11'9" x 9'6")
An imposing double height entrance hall with leaded windows and door, solid wood flooring and doors of the the first floor accommodation including double doors to the "ballroom". Stairs rise to the first floor.
9.06 x 6.1 (29'8" x 20'0")
A spacious, light, airy and most unusual room with semi circular windows over looking the garden with distant sea views. With a sprung wooden floor, this room is currently used as a lounge with seating area in front of a tiled fireplace.
4.58 x 3.7 (15'0" x 12'1")
This second reception room also has a feature fireplace and door to the kitchen and would make an ideal dining room. A large picture window looks out to the raised terrace and garden beyond with distant sea views.
3.66 x 3.37 (12'0" x 11'0")
With a range of wall and base units, space for cooker, space for fridge freezer, plumbing and space for washing machine and room for a dining table and chairs.
4.7 x 4.65 (15'5" x 15'3")
A beautiful room with large feature window and door leading out onto the large semi circular balcony with railings over looking the garden and having sea views. There is also a built in wardrobe and hand basin.
5.1 x 4.08 (16'8" x 13'4")
Also on the first floor with large square bay window to the side with window seat, hand basin and large under eaves storage cupboards.
5.36 x 4.09 (17'7" x 13'5")
To the ground floor with large window to the front over looking the garden, hand basin, built in wardrobe and feature fireplace.
3.9 x 3.75 (12'9" x 12'3")
Also on the ground floor with dual aspect windows to the front and side and built in wardrobe.
3.7 x 3.3 (12'1" x 10'9")
On the first floor with skylight window, this could lend its self to a fifth double bedroom, home office or hobby room or additional bathroom. There is also under eaves storage.
2.71 x 2.39 (8'10" x 7'10")
The ground floor bathroom has a period coloured suite consisting of WC, hand basin and bath with beautiful leaded bay window. It is partially tiled with a heated towel rail.
1.8 x 0.9 (5'10" x 2'11")
With low level WC and door to enclosed yard at the front.
5.7 x 3.72 (18'8" x 12'2")
The garage has doors from the driveway and a window to the rear and pedestrian door to enclosed yard at the front. It has electricity, shelving and houses the oil tank.
Housing the central heating boiler and with sky light window and access via ladder to large first floor storage area.
To the front is a large driveway which leads to the large attractive front door under partially covered porch. There is space on the driveway for up to 6 cars and doors to the garage. In addition there is a semi circular lawn and access to an enclosed yard with doors to kitchen, garage and WC. The lawns extend to both sides and to the rear where there is a good sized mature garden with raised terrace and partially covered veranda accessed from the ball room and lounge. Below the ballroom is a large storage area. Steps lead down to the lawned garden bordered by mature trees and shrubs and having a very sunny aspect and distant sea views.
The property is connected to mains electricity, water and drainage. Heating is a mixture of oil fired radiators to every room plus night storage heaters. The hot water is heated by electricity, Economy 7. There are three open fireplaces but these have not been used for many years.
Sarnlys is located in a tucked away position in the charming village of Dyffryn Ardudwy which lies between Harlech and Barmouth in Gwynedd, North Wales. Dyffryn sits on the narrow coastal strip between the glorious sandy beaches of Cardigan Bay to the west and the foothills of Snowdonia to the east. It is fabulous walking country with rolling hills, golden sands and wooded valleys to be explored. The landscape is full of history and the village attracts visitors seeking relaxing beaches, walking and ancient settlements and historical artefacts. This village offers good local shops, cafes, pubs and an art gallery. The surrounding area has an exciting array of wildlife and birds including soaring buzzards and red kites.
The bustling town of Harlech is just 4 miles away, dominated by its majestic 13th century castle which is a World Heritage Site. Popular with golfers due to its famous Royal St. David's course, Harlech also boasts an excellent variety of amenities including restaurants and shops. The nearby resort of Barmouth offers an amazing Panorama Walk with breathtaking views and also a harbour from which you can enjoy a ferry to Fairbourne for a ride on the miniature railway or a boat trip out to sea to try mackerel fishing.