A unique and unusual Georgian House in a superb waterfront position.
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The Property Having been recently refurbished to an exceptional standard and beautifully maintained since, Plas Dyfi is an elegant four-storey Georgian property that sits right on the waterfront with views across the Dovey Estuary. With sash windows framing the seascape it provides attractive accommodation with plenty of natural light.
The south-facing, spacious and light-filled sitting room, with oak flooring and a feature fireplace, has two bay windows complete with sashes. The oak staircase winds down to the modern open-plan kitchen-dining area on the lower ground level. This kitchen-dining space features a wide window seat, contemporary tiled flooring and fireplace that houses a wood burning stove. The room is dominated by the view of boats on their moorings in the estuary and the hills beyond.
The boat and equipment store has the added benefit of having a functional, wet-room style shower, seperate W.C and space designed for drying beachwear and wetsuits. A small door leads out to the private, slate waterfront terrace and slipway.
Four double bedrooms and two principal bathrooms are found on the first and second floors, each bedroom enjoying the outstanding seaside views. On the top floor, a box room provides extra storage space.
The property would be ideal for a buyer wishing to re-locate to the beautiful coastal village or as a holiday home. Plas Dyfi serves as a popular holiday let throughout the year, therefore providing the new owner with an income stream if required.
Location Plas Dyfi stands prominent along the waterfront of the seaside village of Aberdovey. Lying on the estuary of the River Dyfi, it is renowned for its sandy beaches and unspoilt coastline. The stunning scenery of the surrounding countryside and hills provides an impressive backdrop.
The house is close to a range of bespoke shops, galleries, pubs and restaurants. Historically a small fishing and trading village, the advent of the railway in the 19th Century saw Aberdovey become an exclusive Victorian holiday destination noted for its exceptional views and fine beach. Today it has retained its exclusivity and is noted for its famous 18 hole golf course, its colourful summer sailing regattas, water sports and its easy access to many outdoor activities in the Snowdonia National Park.
The towns of Tywyn and Machynlleth are nearby and offer a further range of recreational and leisure facilities. Good road networks give access to Welshpool, Shrewsbury and beyond, along with a regular mainline rail service to Shrewsbury and Birmingham.
Directions From Machynlleth, follow the A493 to Aberdovey (approximately 9 miles). Upon reaching the village, proceed under the railway bridge and continue along the sea front. Plas Dyfi can be found just before the Literary Institute, on the left hand side.Read all
- Sitting room
- Open Plan kitchen and dining room
- Utility room
- 4 bedrooms
- 2 bathrooms
- Boat and equipment store with adjoining shower room and W.C
- Water-side terrace and access to the beach
- EPC Rating E
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