Nyth Bran is a charming and characterful end terrace stone cottage within minutes walk of Harlech high street. Recently refurbished and beautifully presented, it benefits from parking and a surprisngly large tiered garden complete with bespoke garden room with breathtaking panoramic views and even a share of adjacent woodland.
Originally a miner’s cottage this tasteful 2 bedroom property has a wealth of lovely characterful features including a wood burning stove in the lounge under stone lintel, original wooden doors and deep tiled window sills. The traditional character has been successfully blended with all the conveniences required for modern living including a recently refitted kitchen, double glazing and electric heating throughout.
Sea glimpses can be seen through the trees from the windows to the front and the tiered garden stretches up the hillside at the back providing the most glorious panoramic views across Cardigan Bay taking in Portmeirion and the tip of Snowdon. At the top of the garden is the bespoke recently constructed garden room; insulated and double glazed to enjoy in all weathers and benefitting from power and lighting. The decked area in front of the garden room is the perfect spot for kicking back and enjoying glorious sunsets this coast is famous for.
There is plenty of parking and a footpath can be accessed to the rear which drops down to Harlech High Street and the famous castle. The glorious sandy beaches are also in walking distance. To one side of the cottage is Nyth Bran’s established woodland.
A stable door opens into the hallway with solid wood flooring, doors to lounge and kitchen and carpeted stairs rising to the first floor.
4.6 x 3.4 (15'1" x 11'1")
A lovely room with cosy newly refurbished wood burning stove on quarry tiled hearth with large stone lintel over. The window to the front provides sea glimpses through the trees opposite. This attractive room has solid wood flooring and recessed spotlights.
4.6 x 3.5 (15'1" x 11'5")
Recently refitted & newly decorated the spacious breakfast kitchen has a range of base units, wall shelving and white ceramic sink. There is a tiled floor, tiled splash backs and room for a dining table. The window to the front has estuary glimpses through the trees, to the rear there is a further window and stable door to the garden. There is plenty of storage available under the stairs. Benefitting from a built in oven and hob, integrated dishwasher, space for fridge freezer and space and plumbing for a washing machine.
4.3 x 3.6 (14'1" x 11'9")
A spacious double bedroom with estuary, mountain and woodland views from the window to the front. The window to the rear looks out over stone walling, ferns and greenery. There is attractive walnut effect laminate flooring and a range of contemporary built in wardrobes and shelving.
2.4 x 2.8 (7'10" x 9'2")
A further good sized double bedroom (currently used as a home office) - newly decorated with views from the front, walnut effect laminate flooring and built in wardrobe plus airing cupboard with hot water cylinder..
1.9 x 1.9 (6'2" x 6'2")
With white suite comprising of low level WC, hand basin and bath with shower over. Light and bright with obscure window to the rear plus roof light window. Benefitting from vinyl flooring, tiled walls and ceiling and a heated towel rail.
A particular feature of Nyth Bran is the beautiful and large gardens. A gated entrance to the front leads to stone patio with seating areas which could also be used for parking. This leads on to a large and very private blue slate chipped area with woodland backdrop where there is also a large storage shed. A slate path leads to the rear of the property and the back door. Stone steps lead up through greenery to the first level tier where there is a small lawn over looking the view. Further steps wind up to the next tier where there is a large lawn with seating areas, mature bushes and shrubs bordering onto Nyth Bran's established woodland. The panoramic views from this level are breathtaking looking over Cardigan bay to the Llyn Peninsular, over to Portmeirion and the tip of Snowdon and it is the perfect spot for the bespoke garden room.
There is a backdrop of lush greenery, mature bushes and shrubs and a border of Nyth Bran's private woodland to one side. To the rear, it is possible to access a footpath that meanders down into the centre of Harlech.
3.8 x 2.9 (12'5" x 9'6")
Located on the top tier of garden which is the perfect spot for the bespoke and insulated garden room which has large floor to ceiling double glazed windows looking out over the expansive view. With insulation, power and light this room can be enjoyed all year round whatever the weather and there is a wooden bar and space for a fridge freezer. The adjacent decking is the perfect location for soaking up the sun until the very last minutes of the day and then taking in the spectacular sunsets over the bay.
Nyth Bran is connected to mains electricity and water. Drainage is private to shared septic tank. Heating is electric radiators with remote control supplemented by the wood burning stove in the lounge.
The neighbouring cottage has right of access across the rear of Nyth Bran. Off road parking is available on the land across the road from and directly opposite the cottage, where there is also a lawned area.
The stunning golden sands of Harlech beach are just a 20 minute walk away. Nyth Bran is well placed within walking distance to the local facilities such as the railway station, shops, pubs, buses, medical centre and schools.
Harlech is in the heart of the Snowdonia National Park famous for its World Heritage listed castle. It has astonishing views across Tremadog Bay to the Llyn Peninsula and one of the most picturesque golden sandy beaches in Wales. It has recently been given the accolade of having the second steepest street in the world at Ffordd Pen Llech just a five minutes walk from Nyth Bran
Harlech has a wealth of traditional architecture, shops and restaurants. It also boasts the internationally renowned Royal St David's links golf course. Further afield are the larger towns of Barmouth (8 miles) and Porthmadog (12 miles) which offer more shops and large supermarkets. At least two of the large national supermarkets have a delivery service to Harlech.
The Rhinog mountain range provides the spectacular backdrop to the town which is one of the most rugged and remote terrains to be found in Wales. The mountains and hills provide hiking and walking opportunities for all ranges of abilities.