A characterful chapel conversion which has been partially restored / converted and is seeking a new owner to channel their inner “grand design” and complete the project to create a wonderful residential property full of space light and character which will blend original features with modern luxuries.
Full planning permission has been granted. Thoughtfully designed, the open plan living room/kitchen spans the first floor with the potential for large glass French doors to open out onto a spacious sun terrace facing the coast which will have incredible panoramic views over Cardigan Bay. This area will have a vaulted ceiling, 2 large Velux windows and 4 semi arched chapel ones plus imposing exposed ‘A’ frame beams. The kitchen area with drainage in place for a large island, has space for the installation of a luxury kitchen. In addition there will be a separate utility.
On the ground floor there will be two en-suite bedrooms with potential for walk in wardrobes, a downstairs WC and a large study/home office with potential for separate WC.
Joining the first and second floor is a Spiral staircase.
The second floor of this conversion is a mezzanine providing a blank canvas complete with two large storage areas.
With water, electricity, and drainage on site, the new roof is completed and fully insulated with 265ml Kingspan. There is potential to install solar panels to link to the hot water. Underfloor heating is installed on the first floor. All timbers, studs and insulation are exposed and ready for the next stage and two newly installed large rain active electric Velux windows are in situ.
Materials on site are available by separate negotiation.
With much of the hard work already completed we recommend booking a viewing to allow your imagination to run wild and see for yourself how you can add your own personal touches, flair and imagination to this unique project.
To the ground floor with doors off to the bedrooms and study and design for a staircase to lead up to a glass balustraded landing and into the open plan kitchen and living area leading out to the roof top terrace.
12.50 x 8.08 (41'0" x 26'6")
A stunning open plan area on the first floor making for an impressive focal point with space for luxury kitchen, dining area and living area opening out to roof top terrace with lovely rural and coastal views.
With drainage for a large island and space for a large luxury kitchen and 2 arch windows.
With space for dining and potential glass frontage providing stunning views out to the sea and access to the sun terrace via full height French doors, 2 arch windows and 2 large rain active electric Velux windows.
2.7 x 2 (8'10" x 6'6")
Off the kitchen, the separate utility room has plenty of room to house noisy appliances.
6.25 x 4 (20'6" x 13'1")
To the ground floor with and en-suite and walk in wardrobe. To the front are the characterful long arch windows which extend up to the first floor.
3.8 x 2.10 (12'5" x 6'10")
Accessed from bedroom 1.
3.80 x 2.1 (12'5" x 6'10")
With en-suite and potential for storage/built in wardrobe and windows to the side.
3.80 x 2.1 (12'5" x 6'10")
Accessed from bedroom 2.
Accessed via the hallway.
4.90 x 4.50 (16'0" x 14'9")
Large ground floor room with potential to add further en-suite. This could be a home office, play room or overflow guest accommodation. With window to the side.
3.25 x 3 (10'7" x 9'10")
This spacious terrace on the first floor facing the coast and will have lovely views across Cardigan Bay and the perfect place to enjoy the spectacular sunsets.
6.25 x 2.73 (20'6" x 8'11")
A mezzanine floor which is a blank canvas which could be a further study area or leisure area. In addition there are two large storage areas.
To the front of the building there is a hard standing with parking space for two vehicles.
A large amount of materials are on site and available by separate negotiation.
Capel Siloh is located 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, 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.
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.