• For Sale
  • GBP 650,000 
  • Land Size: 43,560 ft2
  • Property Type: Single Family Home
  • Property Style: Traditional
  • Bedroom: 5
  • Bathroom: 3

This is a delightful, peaceful and unusual property situated within easy reach of both Pwllheli and Criccieth yet sufficiently away from the main roads to enjoy the quieter side of life. In total the property boasts five bedrooms, one of which is a master. Although two more bedrooms do boast some form of en-suite access. The main lounge to the property has been cleverly placed on the first floor to take advantage of the spectacular views into the woodland and looking down onto the river below. The terraced garden also comes into view which goes towards making this an ideal family location. The property has been extended in and around the 1970’s with the design by Clough Williams-Ellis (the renowned architect behind Portmeirion). His influence also stretches to the Juliet balcony found off the first-floor lounge. There is of course large dining kitchen with space for many members of the family.

The property comes with fishing rights for two rods on a stretch of the River Dwyfach, this includes a right of access across adjacent fields.

This property offers space and seclusion with that bit extra.

Entry into the property is via a composite front door which leads to the entrance hall this has a traditional slate slab floor. An immediate feature comes into sight, being access via ladder to the crog loft, this also has first floor access. Stepping into the dining room you will be greeted by an impressive space that has windows to three sides making it a light and airy, there is more than enough space for a large family dining room table. There is continuation from the hallway of the slate slab floor. To one side of the room there is a recessed fireplace which has a exposed stone back and is currently fitted with a multi fuel burner. From the dining room there is open access to the kitchen.

The kitchen is well appointed with a range of base, wall and draw units with cream doors and dark roll top work surfaces A large range forms a central feature to the kitchen with a corresponding hood. One wall has tile splashbacks, and a window gives you views into the rear garden. The slate slab floor continues into the kitchen and a composite farmhouse door provides access to the rear garden.

Stepping back across the entrance hall there is a passageway that leads to the master bedroom, a room that does not disappoint, with windows to two sides both of which enjoy views into the garden and onto the river. Of course, being a master bedroom, it comes with an en-suite which is both modern and stylish in its appearance. There is a wash basin with a chrome mixer tap, is mounted in a trestle with glass top. There is a low-level WC and then a double width step in shower cubicle with plumbed fittings. The room is part tiled and has ceiling downlighters.

From the passageway there is access to a utility and boot room.

Also on the ground floor is a further double bedroom which benefits from two windows looking out into the grounds and also has Jack and Jill accessed bathroom with the other door being on to the passageway. This bathroom is fitted with a low-level WC and a wash basin, a panel bath with shower attachment.

Moving to the first floor, there are three further double bedrooms, with one being to the rear and a matching pair being to the side of the property. The family shower room on the first floor is modern with a low-level WC and a wash basin mounted in a white vanity unit, there is a corner step in shower cubicle with plumbed fittings, a chrome towel radiator, fully tiled walls.

Also to the first floor is a further bathroom, fitted with a low-level WC and a pedestal wash basin, panel bath with shower attachment, part tiled walls. This also has a doorway leading to the crog loft which is equipped as a further sleeping space.

The final room on the first floor is a lounge which has been positioned cleverly to take advantage of the views to two sides both of which include the river and woods beyond. There is a large picture window to one aspect and a door leading out onto a balcony to the other aspect. This is a spectacular room.

To the front of the property there is a driveway with space for the parking of several vehicles. The property does enjoy a degree of seclusion from the small road at the top of the drive. The drive provides access to the single garage.

Stepping through the gate into the rear grounds you will pass a stone-built outbuilding which is currently used for storage and beyond this are several terraces of lawn and patio ideal for family games and activities as well as for simply sitting around and enjoying the view.

The terraces eventually lead you to the river's edge which is well below the level of the property and the garden. This then sweeps in one direction along the riverbank. At the bottom level of the garden is a covered area, an ideal place for sitting out and enjoying the views even when the weather isn't on your side.

There are solar panels on the roof which are included in the sale and yield around £1000 per annum tax free.

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Llanystumdwy, Criccieth, Wales, Gwynedd, Wales, United Kingdom is a Gwynedd luxury Single Family Home listed for sale GBP 650,000. This high end Gwynedd Single Family Home is comprised of 5 bedrooms and 3 baths. Find more luxury properties in Gwynedd or search for luxury properties for sale in Gwynedd.