A rare opportunity to purchase a traditional stone detached house above Harlech with the most amazing panoramic views across Cardigan Bay, the Llyn Peninsula, Snowdonia mountain ranges and open countryside. Words cannot do justice to the views and location and we recommend watching the video and the photographs to fully appreciate these.
Rhydgaled Uchaf is a 3/4 bedroom freehold property is perched in a semi rural location but within easy reach of Harlech and its amenities and the glorious sandy beaches.
Unquestionably in need of refurbishment and modernisation and priced to reflect this, the property offers new owners the opportunity to create a dream property tailored wholly for their individual needs.
To the ground floor there is a large kitchen/diner with open fireplace, a sitting room/bedroom and large conservatory facing the spectacular views. There is a ground floor bathroom and further sun room. The first floor has been reconfigured by the current owner to create a large sitting room facing the coast which could be easily subdivided back to two good sized bedrooms. There are two further double bedrooms and so there is plenty of scope for additional first floor bathrooms or en-suites.
There is driveway parking for several cars and low maintenance gardens mostly laid to lawn. In addition it comes with land to the side and the whole plot totals just over one third of an acre.
The property is double glazed and benefits from oil fired central heating.
Due to the demand for viewings for this property, viewing days will be held with appointment slots, please call the agent at the earliest opportunity to secure an appointment.
A quarry tiled porch leads to the entrance hall. This sizeable porch has plenty of space for coats, boots and shoes. There are doors off to the ground floor accommodation.and rear sun room. Stairs rise to the first floor.
6.12 x 3.52 (20'0" x 11'6")
This large and welcoming room may be the heart and hub of the house. Not only having a well equipped kitchen area with a range of wall and base units, there is space for a large table and chairs. In addition there is an open fire with seating area in front. There are dual aspect windows and two doors meaning this room could easily be divided into two if desired with a resulting kitchen/diner and an additional sitting room. The window to the front has lovely sea and garden views and to the rear there is a view of the hills and surrounding fields.
On the ground floor, this lounge has in recent years doubled up as a bedroom. It has an open fire place and window looking out to the front garden. A door leads to the adjacent conservatory where the most spectacular views can be enjoyed.
Running the length of the house and positioned to face the coast and mountains, the views from this room are indescribable and we recommend you look at the photos and video to fully appreciate the special location of this property. Doors open to the lawn beyond.
3.12 x 2.81 (10'2" x 9'2")
On the ground floor with white suite comprising of low level WC, hand basin and bath.There is also a large storage cupboard and window to the side.
2.91 x 2.12 (9'6" x 6'11")
The back door leads out to a charming sun room with views over the hills and fields and two doors out to the garden.
6.13 x 3.15 (20'1" x 10'4")
Facing the coast, once 2 bedrooms and now combined to provide a first floor lounge with breathtaking views from the triple aspect windows. There are two doors which means that this flexible room could be divided once more into 2 bedrooms/ home office etc.
3.57 x 3.31 (11'8" x 10'10")
A good sized double bedroom with window to the front with far ranging coastal views
3.63 x 2.71 (11'10" x 8'10")
A further double with window to the rear with rural views.
A private track leads to the parking area and front door. There are gardens to three sides mainly laid to lawn with trees and shrubs. There is a large parking area and shed. In addition there is an adjacent plot of land:
To the side of Rhydgaled Uchaf connected via a public footpath is a triangle of land which is currently left in a natural uncultivated condition and presents new owners with a blank canvas - please see the pictures for a title plan showing both.
The property is connected to mains electricity, water is private from a spring supply on Rhydgaled Uchaf's land and drainage is to septic tank. There is oil fired central heating and double glazing throughout.
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.
Harlech has a wealth of traditional architecture, shops and restaurants. Not only having stunning golden sands Harlech boasts superb local facilities such as the railway station, shops, pubs, buses, medical centre and schools. 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.
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.
Rhydgaled Uchaf is approached via a single car track (narrow in places) and a couple of gates. Interested parties are requested to respect the neighbours privacy and seclusion and are politely requested not to drive up the track except for a viewing. Details directions are available on request and the What3Words address is given below.