An exceptional 3 bedroom freehold detached property on an exclusive prestige development between the rugged Rhinog mountain range and the breathtakingly beautiful Mawddach Estuary on the outskirts of the popular coastal town of Barmouth.
It sits on an enviable plot with low maintenance gardens inviting you to enjoy the views of the estuary and mountain ranges not only from the lounge but from the rear bedrooms too. The lounge and separate dining room benefit from full height glazing and French doors allowing full appreciation of the incredible surroundings. The principle bedroom has a Juliette balcony and stylish en-suite. Sea views can be enjoyed from the kitchen window to the front.
The gardens are low maintenance perfect for relaxing and enjoying the views of the estuary, mountains and rural countryside from the comfort of your lounge and decking area which also has a remote controlled awning giving you the option to go alfresco whatever the weather.
The property has been built by the multi-award winning Stonewest building company that has deservedly developed a reputation for craftsmanship, honesty and quality with their customers. The property has excellent green credentials and is incredibly energy efficient with an EPC score of high C (78). It is fully double glazed with high thermal efficiency windows all round, discrete solar panel water heating and state of the art under floor heating to the ground floor and gas central heating to the first.
A spacious and beautifully tiled entrance hall is accessed from the oak panelled front door. All the ground floor rooms lead off from here where there is also useful storage space and a ground floor WC/Cloakroom.
4.3 x 3.71 (14'1" x 12'2")
A well equipped high end and stylish kitchen fitted with encore work surfaces, splash backs and high quality integrated appliances and fittings. There is a comprehensive range of units and a large breakfast bar. Integrated appliances include; Neff dishwasher, two Neff ovens, Neff hob, Neff plate warmer, integrated hand soap dispenser and suction point for the central vacuum system. There are even lovely distant sea views from the sink! The kitchen has a tiled floor under which is under heated as is the rest of the ground floor which benefits from zone operated state of the art underfloor heating.
3.21 x 3.71 (10'6" x 12'2")
With engineered oak floor and Velfac patio doors which open to the amazing views of the Mawddach estuary and mountains beyond and to the patio area perfect for alfresco dining. A door leads to the garage.
5.61 x 4.5 (18'4" x 14'9")
Designed to maximise the view, this lovely room has engineered oak floors and floor to ceiling wrap around windows inviting you to throw open the patio doors and listen to birdsong whilst taking in the views of the trees, mountains and estuary. For the cooler nights there is an attractive wood burning stove set on slate hearth.
2.5 x 1.6 (8'2" x 5'2")
Off the entrance hallway is a good sized cloakroom with WC, hand wash basin with vanity unit and cupboard under the stairs for storage.
An oak balustraded winder staircase with skylights and windows leads to the first floor landing providing tree lined sea views as it ascends. Off the landing is a useful storage cupboard and also a hobby cupboard which has a large ceramic sink ideal for cleaning paint brushes for aspiring artists.
A beautiful bedroom with incredible views towards the Mawddach estuary and full height patio doors with Juliette balcony framing the stunning scenery. There is a dressing area in front of a range of built in wardrobes providing ample storage space.
Very stylishly appointed and spacious with "his and hers" twin hand basins in built in vanity unit and mirrored cupboards with lights above. There are walk in twin showers with very attractive grey tiles, a low level WC and heated towel rail.
3.7 x 4.4 (12'1" x 14'5")
A spacious double facing the Mawddach estuary with beautiful stunning views to wake up to.
3.4 x 3.5 (11'1" x 11'5")
Another good sized double bedroom with plush carpet, fantastic estuary views and attractive wall lights.
3.4 x 3.5 (11'1" x 11'5")
Contemporary, beautifully designed and well equipped with a luxury feel. There is a jacuzzi bath, underfloor heating, WC and hand wash basin in vanity unit and beautiful wall and floor tiles.
Mainly laid to decking this garden is very low maintenance with plenty of trees at the foot of the development guiding your eyes to the beautiful estuary views. A remote controlled awning over the patio area gives the option to dine alfresco in whatever the weather. To the front is driveway parking in front of the garage for up to two cars and a landscaped garden.
6.02 x 3.4 (19'9" x 11'1")
Large garage with room for a car, plenty of storage, and a utility area with space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer, sink and draining board; space for a fridge, electric opening garage door from the driveway and a back door to the garden plus a window with views.
The property is freehold and connected to mains, electricity, gas, water and drainage. The property has excellent green credentials and is incredibly energy efficient with an EPC score of B. It is fully double glazed with high thermal efficiency windows all round, discrete solar panel water heating and state of the art under floor heating to the ground floor and gas central heating to the first. PLEASE NOTE - THERE IS A COVENANT ON THE TITLE THAT EXCLUDES ANY COMMERCIAL HOLIDAY RENTAL OF THE PROPERTY.
Please note, an annual charge of circa £600 is payable by all residents to the Swn Y Dail Management Limited Company to ensure it continues to be maintained to an exceptional standard, further details can be provided upon request.
Council Tax Band F.
The following is extracted from a report by YGC, which is a multidisciplinary consultancy established by Gwynedd Council in 1996.
"External finishes comprise local stone and a mixture of render and timber cladding, complimented by the locally sourced and natural slate roof. The quality of workmanship and attention to detail is of the highest standard.....All dwellings exceed the minimum standards of the Building Regulations in 2007 achieving Code Level 3 standards. The dwellings are well insulated and have the highest standard of windows and doors as regards to U values. With the environment in mind, all the properties include under floor heating and solar panels to assist with the heating of hot water.....The site is one of the best in which Building Control has been involved. The developers have been the proud recipient of several LABC Building Excellence Awards since its inception."
Barmouth is known as the town where 'the Mountains meet the Sea' but offers much more than that. It is a thriving seaside town with breathtaking views on the north west coast of Wales looking out onto Cardigan Bay on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park. There is a a bustling town centre with a range of shops and supermarkets and great places to eat and relax.
For lovers of the outdoors it offers walking, cycling, paddle-boarding, kayaking, and of course swimming in the sea from the beautiful golden sand beach. The train station in the middle of the town provides easy links up and down the coastal line or regular trains directly through to Birmingham and beyond.