An exceptional property on the exclusive, prestigious, multiple award winning Swn y Dail development between the rugged Rhinog mountain range and the breathtakingly beautiful Mawddach Estuary on the outskirts of the popular coastal town of Barmouth. As well as having architectural flair and grace the property has an outstanding EPC score and 7 years of the NHBC warranty remaining for extra peace of mind.
The build quality is outstanding and the prime elevated setting is glorious; it sits within a meticulously landscaped Victorian walled garden area that has been adapted to provide a spectacular setting off the aptly named ‘Panorama Road’. Set within a lush green wooded backdrop with sea views from the development. 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.
Swn y Dail is an exclusive development off Panorama Road nestled in beautiful woodland above Barmouth. The property benefits from mains gas, drainage, electricity and water. With the environment in mind, all the properties are insulated to the highest standard and include underfloor heating to the ground floor and bathrooms and Velfac high thermal efficiency double glazing.
The property has a garage and two designated parking spaces with three further visitor spaces available. It also benefit from a Juliet balcony with delightful woodland views and is finished down to the finest detail with a mixture of render, timber cladding and stonework. It also has beautifully landscaped gardens and the communal areas have been extensively landscaped to create a very pleasing environment that blends in with the surrounding woodland.
The Walled Garden was created in 1835 and an original placard from this time has been inset over the garage block and is inscribed; 'This garden was enclosed in MDCCXXV (1835) AD. Pure healthy garden of herbs, a second Eden bountiful of fruit. May whom own it be completely under the blessing and dew of Heaven. David Thomas'.
The front door opens in to a large welcoming hallway with two large storage cupboards one of which contains the unvented pressurised hot water cylinder and space and plumbing for washing machine. Externally next to the front door is a large walk in lockable storage cupboard. Door through to;
With white suite consisting of low level WC and wash handbasin set in vanity unit.
The hallway opens into a large open plan living space which is beautifully proportioned and benefits from underfloor heating throughout.
With glazed Velfac double patio doors and full length windows enjoying views out to the back garden and original Victorian stone wall and access on to external slabbed patio areas. Feature inset 'Gazco Skope' LED realistic electric fire, recessed LED spotlights and under-stairs storage cupboard.
Recessed LED spotlights, space for dining table and access to staircase.
A delightful contemporary kitchen comprised of floor and wall units with integrated appliances including; fridge/freezer, AEG stainless oven, AEG microwave/grill, 5 plate AEG induction hob, AEG extractor and dishwasher. Recessed LED spotlights and breakfast bar.
Walk in cupboard housing gas boiler, loft hatch access, doors through to;
Large double bedroom with a lovely outlook over the walled back garden, door leads through to;
Stylishly appointed with white suite comprising of low level WC, wash handbasin set in vanity unit, walk in shower and heated towel rail. Fully tiled walls and floor, underfloor heating and obscure glazed window to rear elevation.
Lovely light double bedroom due to the glazed Juliet balcony door and glass balustrade with full length windows to each side overlooking beautiful woodland.
Good sized single bedroom or study with views to the front elevation across the walled Garden development.
Stylishly appointed with white suite comprising of low level WC, wash handbasin set in vanity unit, bath with shower and glazed screen over and heated towel rail. Fully tiled walls and floor, underfloor heating and obscure glazed window to side elevation.
Front garden set to lawn with landscaped, planted beds. The rear and side gardens of number 6 are fully enclosed and bordered by the beautiful, original stone built Victorian wall. There is a garage with up and over door and rear entrance and two dedicated parking spaces; there are also three additional visitor parking spaces available. The development is beautifully landscaped with herbaceous borders and the area is bordered with peaceful, mature woodland.
With up and over door, power and lighting, eaves storage space and lockable rear access door.With up and over door, power and lighting, eaves storage space and lockable rear access door.
The property is Council Tax Band D. 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. PLEASE NOTE - THERE IS A COVENANT ON THE TITLE THAT EXCLUDES ANY HOLIDAY RENTAL OF THE PROPERTY.
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.
For those that require it, a private aircraft can be landed at Llanbedr airport which is about 7 miles from this property.