A charming traditional detached two bedroom Victorian Welsh cottage in a beautiful location. Tyn y Coed has been a much loved family cottage for many years and is now ready to be handed over to new owners.
The cottage is bursting with character and original features including traditional stone fireplace, exposed ceiling beams and stone flooring. Surprisingly spacious it has two reception rooms and two double bedrooms and is bursting with potential for further development.
The location is very special, surrounded by fields and trees, with a view of the Moelfre and Rhinog mountain ranges, it is tucked away yet within walking distance of the popular village of Llanbedr with amenities and three pubs and is a very short drive to sandy beaches. It sits in a lovely plot surrounded by stone walls and even has a wooden summer house and stone outhouse.
Some upgrading and refurbishment is required but properties like this are now a rare find and we recommended booking a viewing to see for yourself just how special Tyn y Coed is.
5.7 x 3.2 (18'8" x 10'5")
A stable door opens to this characterful room with stone floor and traditional stone fireplace with woodburning stove. There are exposed ceiling beams, a window to the front and one to the rear over looking the gardens with deep tiled sills. There is plenty of space for seating around the fire and room for a dining table to the rear.
4.3 x 2.8 (14'1" x 9'2")
A lovely cosy room with exposed ceiling beams, fireplace having wooden mantle, granite hearth and coal effect electric fire. The window to the front looks over the garden and stairs rise to the first floor. There is useful under stairs open storage space.
2.9 x 2.3 (9'6" x 7'6")
With a range of wall and base units and space for a small table and chairs. A window with deep tied sill looks out to the rear garden and there are exposed ceiling beams. There is space for a cooker and space for an under counter fridge. A door leads to the sitting room and a further door leads to a small lobby.
Between the kitchen and bathroom there is a small lobby with space for hanging coats etc.
1.9 x 2.6 (6'2" x 8'6")
A good sized bathroom with WC, hand basin and bath with shower over. There is wooden cladding to some of the walls and tiled splash backs.
5.7 x 3.1 (18'8" x 10'2")
Full of character and light with lovely exposed beams and a vaulted ceiling with two double glazed roof light windows. There is some restricted headroom.
4.5 x 2.8 (14'9" x 9'2")
A further charming bedroom with exposed beams, window to the side and roof light window. There is some restricted headroom and the water tank is located in this room.
4.5 x 2.9 (14'9" x 9'6")
A very large landing with roof light window and exposed beams. This landing would make an ideal study area.
1.4 x 1.4 (4'7" x 4'7")
At the top of the garden with slate roof.
3.5 x 2.4 (11'5" x 7'10")
To the front of the house in a chalet style with wooden veranda to the front and glazed windows and French doors.
The cottage sits in a lovely plot surrounded by fields and trees. To the front there is a large garden with stone patio by the house and mainly laid to grass with a wilderness area at the bottom. A path round the side leads to stone steps up to the garden to the rear and on to the outhouse. The garden is completed enclosed by stone walling with a gated entrance and there are lovely views across the fields to the Moelfre and Rhinog mountain chains. Trees in the surrounding fields provide lovely patches of shade.
The property is connected to mains electricity. Heating is via the wood burning stove and plug in electric radiators. Drainage is to septic tank and the property has a private water supply. The property was rewired in 2000. The septic tank was replaced in 2004 with building control sign off at a later date.
The water supply is an untreated spring supply shared with a neighbouring property and has been the sole source of water for many years. In recent years the current owner has noticed a decrease in pressure and was in the process of investigating sinking a borehole.
Please note some refurbishment is required at the property.
The property is located in Pentre Gwynfryn which is a village in the Ardudwy area of Gwynedd, Wales just 1 mile from the coastal village of Llanbedr and the community of the same name. The village is at the confluence of the River Artro and the River Cwmnantcol and consequently has beautiful woodland and river walks and is the gateway to the Rhinog mountain chain.
The popular coastal village of Llanbedr is situated on the western coastal fringe of the Snowdonia National Park and close to beautiful sandy beaches and is just 15 minutes walk away down country lanes or via tracks across fields and lanes. The village is served by a convenience store, two public houses, a country house hotel and the village church. The local playing fields, Llanbedr CIW Primary School and the Cylch are just a few minutes walk away. 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. At least two of the major supermarkets operate a delivery service to the village. There is a local bus service, and a railway station 5 minutes walk away serves the Cambrian Coastline track and provides excellent links to nearby towns including Porthmadog and Barmouth with regular services to the Midlands and beyond. Behind the village of Llanbedr is the spectacular Rhinog mountain range that comprises countless hiking challenges for all abilities.