A unique and totally charming gem of a beautiful 2 bedroom stone cottage occupying an idyllic location in the sought after village of Llanfair in the heart of the Snowdonia National Park. The Cottage at Ty Mawr is just 2 miles from Harlech and in easy walking distance of two award winning sandy beaches with hills and mountain walks to the rear. The cottage is tucked away with private parking behind a gated driveway.
The recent refurbishment by the current owners has been carried out to a very high standard and successfully blends an abundance of traditional features with all the conveniences expected for modern living. There are exposed stone walls, engineered oak and limestone floorings, oak doors and a cosy log burner in the lounge. French doors lead out to the garden. With contemporary kitchen and bathroom, it is fully double glazed with oil fired central heating and is beautifully presented throughout.
A particular feature is the large, sunny but low maintenance garden which is bound by stone walls and laid with stone flags, slate chippings and grassed areas with a lovely pergola, raised beds and a log store.
With the benefit of NO ONWARD CHAIN, all the white goods included and furniture available by negotiation, the cottage is ready for new owner’s to move straight in and enjoy.
The cottage is Grade 11 curtilage listed.
4.7 x 2.38 (15'5" x 7'9")
A spacious hallway full of character with engineered oak flooring and exposed stone walling. Doors lead off to the main accommodation.
5.19 x 2.77 (17'0" x 9'1")
A very attractive kitchen with limestone flagged floor and exposed stone walling. There are solid oak worktops and wall and base units with painted solid oak doors. There is a built in oven and microwave, integrated fridge freezer, washing machine, dishwasher and microwave. All the white goods are included in the sale. There is space for a dining table and chairs.
3.53 x 3.48 (11'6" x 11'5")
Cosy and characterful with exposed stone walling, engineered oak flooring and French doors opening out to the garden. There is a log burning enamel stove on slate hearth (recently installed but not yet connected).
4.46 x 2.49 (14'7" x 8'2")
With engineered oak flooring, window with deep sill over looking the garden, built in wardrobe and door to en-suite shower room.
3.67 x 1.69 (12'0" x 5'6")
A single bedroom with engineered oak flooring and window overlooking the garden.
3.27 x 1.96 (10'8" x 6'5")
Accessed via Bedroom 1, a very contemporary shower room with large walk in double shower, his and hers hand basins set in vanity unit, low level WC, LED mirror, fully tiled walls and heated towel rail.
1.92 x 1.04 (6'3" x 3'4")
An additional WC accessed from the hallway with fully tiled walls, low level WC and feature hand basin in vanity unit.
The cottage has a large part boarded loft with plenty of storage space with lighting, ladder and Velux window providing natural light.
The gardens are especially lovely, being large and low maintenance. A real sun trap, there are traditional stone flags, slate chipped areas, raised beds and mature trees. A wooden pagoda gives shade and there is a back drop of fields and hills. To the front there is a private parking area for two cars.
The cottage is connected to mains electricity, water and drainage. It is Grade 11 curtilage listed property. It is fully double glazed with oil fired central heating (there is a submerged oil tank on the grounds which was installed in 2006). The log burning stove in the lounge is fully installed but not yet connected.
Llanfair is a picturesque, slightly elevated village overlooking Pensarn Harbour and its yacht moorings, Shell Island, beautiful local beaches and open farmland. It lies within the boundary of the Snowdonia National Park. The nearest beach is a pleasant footpath stroll to Llandanwg or the glorious golden sand sweep of Harlech is about a 15 minute walk along the recently opened 'Wales Coast Path' or a five minute drive.
The village of Llanbedr with shops and three superb pubs/restaurants is a five minute drive away or a delightful walk along country lanes and paths. Harlech with its formidable World Heritage Listed castle, beautiful sandy beach and the internationally renowned Royal St David's links golf course just over a mile north of the village and again is a delightful walk. Further afield are the larger towns of Barmouth (8 miles) and Porthmadog (12 miles) which offer more shops and large supermarkets.
The nearest railway station is a ten minute walk away located on the Cambrian Coastal Line which runs between Aberystwyth, Pwllheli and Shrewsbury, continuing to Birmingham and then beyond. Behind the village of Llanfair is the spectacular Rhinog mountain range that comprises varying hiking challenges for all abilities.
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