The property is a former Coach House of traditional stone and slate construction which was converted during the late 1970’s to provide four self-contained apartments. Recently the apartment internally has been subject to a well designed scheme of refurbishment which included the provision of uPVC double glazed windows, new bathroom and kitchen fittings. This comfortable and well appointed apartment is worthy of inspection as it is easy to manage, is in a beautiful unspoilt area and is so convenient to nearby Machynlleth and Aberdyfi.
Ground Floor Only
Coat hanging hooks with shelf above
Tiled floor and ceramic tiles to walls; pedestal wash hand basin with wall hung mirror front cabinet; twingrip panelled bath with mixer tap and shower arrangement together with electric shower above; low level W.C.; heated towel rail; fitted wall mirror; wall hung electric heater
Open plan Living area with galley Kitchen
15’8” x 12’4”; double glazed uPVC casement windows to front and rear; wall hung electric heater; decorative cast iron fireplace fitted with small electric stove; fitted bookshelves to either side of fireplace; fitted floor cupboard units which incorporate cooker space and an inset single sink unit.
13’5” x 7’7”; wall hung electric heater; casement window to rear; spacious built-in cupboard with fitted shelves to side.
13’6” x 7’10”; wall hung electric heater; uPVC double glazed casement window to front; built-in wardrobe.
Large communal car parking area.
Carpets & Contents
With the exception of a few personal items all floor coverings,furniture and effects are included in the sale price.
The property is held on a 125 year lease which commenced in 1990.The ground rent is £12.60 incl vat, per annum. The current maintenance charge for the year to 6th November 2018 is £1129.53 incl vat. per annum which includes 3% annual increase. Insurance currently on the property is £175 per annum. Separate charge for Electric and Water.
Separate charge Council Tax.
The property may be occupied throughout the year.
No dogs allowed on the site.
Tax Band "B"
Situation & Locality
Penmaendyfi is a pleasant, quietly located park set in the grounds of the Penmaendyfi house. With a select range of chalets, static homes and apartments, the location is most attractive and benefits from a south westerly aspect towards the Dyfi Estuary, while backing onto open fields. The park is located off the A493 linking Machynlleth and Pennal with Aberdyfi and Tywyn.
From the property there are many scenic walks in the Dyfi and Dysynni valleys which are ideal for walkers, climbers and wildlife enthusiasts. It is also an ideal base for exploring some of the popular attractions like the Clywedog Reservoir, Snowdonia National Park, Centre for Alternative Technology, Dyfi Valley, Corris Craft Centre, the Vale of Rheidol Railway and Devil's Bridge gorge in the Vale of Rheidol, Talyllyn Narrow Gauge Steam Railway, Cadair Idris, Birds Rock, Craig yr Aderyn the Mountain biking centre at Coed y Brenin near Dolgellau and WhiteWater Rafting Centre near Bala.
The county road/lane of Happy Valley/Cwm Maethlon is located in the small hamlet of Cwrt, which is an alternative route to the main coast road to Tywyn. Approximately 10 minutes’ drive along this narrow road/lane you will see a car park with sign for Llyn Barfog/Bearded Lake.
The nearby village of Pennal offers a family run country pub and hotel The Glan Yr Afon/ Riverside. The village is built around the course of the Afon Sychan which flows into the River Dyfi.
The property is also within easy reach of the market town of Machynlleth which has a weekly market. The town offers a range of facilities to include independent shops, cafes, Public houses, Health centre, Hospital, Bank, Leisure centre, 9 Hole heathland Golf course and a multi-arts complex featuring exhibitions, concerts and an annual festival each August featuring musicians from all over the world.
The Harbour village of Aberdyfi approximately 5 miles away is where there are varied facilities such as a range of shops and boutiques, together with bistros and restaurants together with an exclusive Hotel. A yacht club and sailing club at the small harbour area accommodates those interested in marine sports and activities. The four mile sandy beaches and dunes that stretch along the Cardigan Bay coast and the Estuary are ideal for the water sport enthusiasts. For the golfing enthusiast there is an 18 hole championship golf course, considered to be one of the finest in Wales.
On the coastal path you’ll find some spectacular scenery along the Cardigan Bay Coastline. The Cambrian Coast Railway Line runs through Tywyn, Aberdyfi and Machynlleth with connections running along the West Coast to Pwllheli, also to Aberystwyth and also to the Midlands Area.