A Grade II listed Welsh stone family home, a separate converted 2-bedroomed barn and outbuildings located in Snowdonia National Park, with stunning views of the Vale of Maentwrog
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This traditional Grade II listed house, believed to have been built c.1800 with earlier origins, has been tastefully refurbished to retain its rustic character, with exposed beams and stone walls to the interior, while offering a good amount of family accommodation. Off the reception hall is the family sitting room, with inglenook fireplace and wood burner, leading through to the country-style kitchen with range cooker.
On the other side of the hall is the dining room with wooden floor and open fireplace, and through the large utility area is the spacious drawing room featuring exposed beams and double aspect windows. On the ground floor there is also an office/study with access to the rear of the property. There is original slate flooring to all ground floor areas excluding the dining room.
On the first floor there are original hand carved solid oak wood floors on the main landing and the two bedrooms off from this. The master bedroom with en suite bathroom also leads to a further large bedroom. There are four further bedrooms together with the family bathroom and walk-in airing cupboard.
The Barn The barn has been thoughtfully converted and provides bright, spacious living space with a high vaulted ceiling and exposed beams. The main area consists of a modern kitchen, living and dining area with double aspect windows to the front and rear of the property. There are two good-sized bedrooms, one with wall-to-wall built-in wardrobes. There is a bright, wellproportioned bathroom.
Standing in 0.81 acres, the house is set back from the road with a traditional stone wall and well-maintained front garden. A driveway leads down the side of the main building to the stone built barn and outbuildings. There is a patio area to the rear of the property, perfect for outdoor dining, and the lawned garden is surrounded by mature trees. A large outbuilding houses gated pig stys as well as a former cart shed, and there is also an old forge structure.
Felinrhyd Fawr is nestled in the Snowdonia National Park, with a wealth of attractions and activities to suit all tastes and ages, including castles, narrow gauge railways, gardens, craft centres, mines and a large variety of outdoor activities. The cultural attraction of Portmeirion, the historical seaside resort of Harlech, and the Welsh coast, including the fine sandy beaches at Black Rock are a short drive from the property.
The nearest mainline station is less than four miles away from the property, while the city of Bangor is just over 30 miles to the north. The nearest airport is Anglesey Airport with regular flights to Cardiff and Liverpool and Manchester Airport for international flights.
Leave Chester south on Grosvenor Road A483. At junction 4, take the A525 exit. Continue to follow the A525. Turn right onto the A4212, and continue for 17.5 miles. Turn right onto A470 and continue for three miles, and then continue straight onto the A487. Turn left onto A496 and the property will be found on your left.Read all
- Welsh stone, 6 bed, Grade II listed house (2593 sq ft)
- Full of period character
- Separate converted 2-bedroom barn (753 sq ft)
- Located in Snowdonia National Park
- Lovely views over the Vale of Maentwrog
- In need of a programme of renovation
- Standing in approx 0.81 acres
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