Located in a slightly elevated position, Tyddyn Ithel is a four bedroom detached cottage, enjoying beautiful coastal views across the Cardigan Bay. Having been enhanced by the current owners, the property sits within approximately 2 acres of grounds (to include a paddock) with various outbuildings. Offer charm and character throughout, the accommodation is deceptive. Benefitting from an abundance of character, UPVC double glazing and stunning views from the gardens, early viewing is highly recommended.
Stable entrance door. Tiled flooring. Stable door leading to: -
Quarry tiled floor. Telephone point. Stairs rising to first floor landing. Doors leading to: -
4.42m x 4.58m (14' 6" x 15')
UPVC window to front elevation, overlooking the gardens. An inglenook fireplace, with open fire and slate hearth, with exposed timber lintel over. Beamed ceiling. Recessed alcove where former staircase was. Wooden flooring. Doorway leading to: -
4.63m x 4.27m (15' 2" x 14')
A nicely proportioned room, with space for a large dining table. Quarry tiled flooring. Comprising a range of fitted base units with stainless steel sink inset with mixer tap. Plumbing for a dishwasher. Integrated electric hob. Eye level double oven. Oil fired Rayburn. UPVC window overlooking the rear garden. Stable door leading to: -
With UPVC door to rear, providing access to the gardens and parking area. UPVC window to side elevation. Quarry tiled flooring. Steps leading down to: -
2.91m x 2.19m (9' 7" x 7' 2")
UPVC window to rear elevation with sea view. Plumbing for washing machine. A range of fitted storage units. Beamed ceiling.
Bedroom One (Ground Floor)
2.71m x 4.58m (8' 11" x 15')
A spacious double bedroom positioned on the ground floor, accessed from the main hallway close to the downstairs bathroom. Beamed ceiling. Partially panelled walls. Alcove storage utilised as wardrobes. Fitted carpet. UPVC window to front elevation.
2.75m x 2.78m (9' x 9' 1")
A white suite comprising low level W.C. Wash hand basin. Bath with mixer tap. Partially tiled walls and tiled floor. Electric heated towel rail. Wall mounted electric heater. Understairs storage. Extractor fan. Inset ceiling spotlights.
UPVC window to front elevation with distant sea views. Being utilised as a very useful study/home office area. Fitted carpet. Doors leading to: -
2.67m x 4.46m (8' 9" x 14' 8")
A very spacious double bedroom positioned at the front of the property, with UPVC window to the front elevation and distant sea views. Wooden flooring. Beamed ceiling.
4.35m x 2.40m (14' 3" x 7' 10")
A double bedroom positioned at the front of the property, with UPVC window to the front elevation enjoying distant sea views. Wooden flooring. Alcove storage.
4.35m x 2.06m (14' 3" x 6' 9")
Positioned at the rear of the property, with single glazed window to the rear elevation. Fitted carpet. Airing cupboard. Beamed ceiling. Alcove storage.
2.03m x 1.78m (6' 8" x 5' 10")
Comprising a low level W.C. Wash hand basin. Bidet. Shower cubicle with tiled walls. UPVC window to rear elevation. Exposed beam.
The property is approached from the roadside via a driveway which is accessed through a five bar gate.
The gardens are a notable feature of Tyddyn Ithel, with extensive sea views enjoyed from the majority of the outside space.
To the front of the property is a field/paddock, measuring approximately 2 acres or thereabouts, it has good access to the roadside and benefits from far reaching coastal views.
There is extensive parking towards the rear of the property, with access gained from here to the various outbuildings, these include a derelict stables which could be converted subject to the necessary planning consents into some form of holiday accommodation.
To the rear, side and front of the property are the main gardens, laid mainly to lawn, they offer a variety of established plants and shrubs, to include fruit trees in the rear garden. To the lower side there is a further lawned garden with a static caravan sited (in need of repair), enjoying fine coastal views over Cardigan Bay, with the Llyn Peninsula in the distance with beautiful sunsets.
To the front of the property there is access to the front door, with elevated garden enjoying further views of the coastline with a variety of seating areas dotted around the gardens to take in the lovely location.
13.81m x 5.69m (45' 4" x 18' 8")
Open bay barn of brick construction under a corrugated roof. Offering extremely useful storage.
By appointment only through the selling agents RG Jones, Tywyn[use Contact Agent Button] or Tywyn@rgjones-property.co.uk
The property is held Freehold.
Council Tax Band
Gwynedd Council Tax Band D.
None of the services have been tried or tested by the selling agents, however it was noted that mains water and electricity are connected to the property. Private septic tank drainage.
Situation & Locality
Llwyngwril is a very popular and pleasant residential village situated on the Cardigan Bay Coast on the A493 main road between Tywyn and Dolgellau. The village has basic facilities such as a Village Shop and Public House. Being situated on the Cambrian Coast Railway Route the Property is within easy commuting distance to Porthmadog and Pwllheli to the north and south to Machynlleth which has links to Aberystwyth and inland to the Midlands Rail Network.
The Village is situated within the Snowdonia National Park and lies in an area of outstanding natural beauty. It is surrounded by unspoilt countryside south of the very beautiful Mawddach Estuary. Being situated on the coast the Village is an ideal location to enjoy the sea and beach and is also highly accessible to the southern Snowdonia mountains which boast breath taking scenery. The area also has numerous recreational activities and facilities to include the Championship Golf Course at the harbour village of Aberdyfi and the Coed y Brenin Mountain Biking Centre at Dolgellau.
The nearby seaside town of Tywyn and the market town of Dolgellau offer a range of facilities and services which include small Supermarkets, High Street Shops, Post Office, Health and Leisure facilities.