Castle Court is an exciting opportunity to purchase a handsome 4 storey detached Victorian building in a prime location consisting of:
*4 bedroom self contained maisonette (Gwynfa) with stunning views *
*2 Shops (which can be operated as one commercial unit if desired) *
*A lower ground floor commercial premises with potential (subject to planning) for residential, office, workshop*
* Rear courtyard and parking*
Located in a prime position at the centre of the bustling tourist coastal town of Harlech in the Snowdonia National Park, it enjoys spectacular panoramic views over the Llyn Peninsula, Cardigan Bay and the Snowdonia mountain ranges. Virtually next door is the famous Harlech castle and Castle Court sits on the top of the “second steepest street in the world”.
The shops are ideally positioned for maximum footfall and the maisonette has the most incredible coastal and castle views and would be as equally suited as a holiday rental unit generating a further income stream or provide a lovely coastal home for new owners.
The lower ground floor premises has previously operated for many years as a successful restaurant but also (subject to planning) could be converted to a residential unit, office or workshop.
In addition there is parking and a rear courtyard.
This substantial property will be of interest to investors or those looking for a lifestyle opportunity in a wonderful coastal environment in the heart of the beautiful Snowdonia National Park.
Please contact the agents for previous rental incomes for the commercial units.
With its private entrance on the ground floor this light and bright accommodation consists of 2 reception rooms, large breakfast kitchen, utility and 4 bedrooms plus a home office. There is a recently refitted contemporary bathroom and the principal bedroom has a dressing area which could also be converted to an en-suite or be used as a private study area. The views are spectacular of coast, castle and over the pretty cottages and quaint High Street of Upper Harlech.
The layout is extremely versatile, ready to move into and enjoy or alternatively generate an income as a rental unit. See floor plan attached.
It is double glazed with new electric heating by Elnur high heat retention storage heaters and benefits from newly laid carpets throughout and has an EPC score of E (47).
The two upper ground floor retail units benefit from a prime position at the head of the High Street and have from large full height glass shop windows under an attractive Victorian canopy. Both have rear store/stock rooms plus WC. These very flexible units have an archway between the shop floors meaning that these can be used as one large unit or kept as two smaller ones.
With a separate entrance from the top of the "Second Steepest Street" and a further door to the car parking and courtyard area, this retail unit has natural light from windows to the front and side. It has operated as a very successful restaurant and take away for many years and presents many opportunities as a commercial unit. However, subject to planning, this could have the potential to be very attractive residential accommodation, office space or workshop. Previously configured to include a kitchen and gents and ladies toilets plus large seating area.
To the rear there is a walled courtyard area and off road driveway parking/unloading space.
The stunning golden sands of Harlech beach are just a 20 minute walk away. Castle Court 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.
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. There is a local bus service, and Harlech railway station serves the Cambrian Coastline track and provides excellent links to nearby towns (including Porthmadog and Barmouth) with regular services to the Midlands and beyond.
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.