A spacious four-bedroom detached period property, set in a stunning Snowdonia location
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The Old Tannery is a charming detached period house, with four bedrooms and a wealth of cosy, flexible living accommodation, in a peaceful location surrounded by hills and woodland in the heart of the Snowdonia National Park. There are plenty of original features throughout the property, including exposed timber beams, panelling and stone work, lending the living spaces a real sense of character.
The ground floor is home to a spacious sitting/dining room, with its fireplace and French doors opening onto a balcony. From the sitting room, there is access to an attractive sun room, with panoramic windows offering beautiful views over the lush surrounding woodland. The kitchen is well-equipped with an integrated oven and gas hob; while further reception rooms can be found on the lower ground floor, including the 33ft games room and a study.
On the first floor are four generous bedrooms, three of which have their own washbasins, plus a family bathroom with a separate shower unit.
This property has 3.68 acres of land.
The Old Tannery, approached via a driveway, is surrounded by beautifully green gardens, which make the most of the stunning landscape in which the house is set. There is a paved terrace area, rolling lawns dotted with mature trees, and a stream running through the grounds. In total the land amounts to approximately 3.63 acres of which a large proportion is woodland. Opposite the driveway to the property is a detached, stone built double garage.
The property lies just outside the small and idyllic village of Maentwrog, nestled in the heart of the stunning Snowdonia National Park. The village is surrounded by woodland and rolling hills, while the towering peaks of Mount Snowdon, Tryfan and other popular mountains of the Snowdonia National Park are within easy reach. The village has a local pub, and you will find everyday amenities, including supermarkets and schools, in the nearby town of Blaenau Ffestiniog.
From Chester, head south towards Wrexham on the A483 and turn onto the A525, heading towards Ruthin. Continue to follow the A525, and turn left in Pen-y-Stryt onto the A5104, heading towards Corwen. After just more than 10 miles, turn right onto the A5, and fter a further mile and a half, turn left onto the A494. After nine miles, in Bala, turn right onto Ffrydan Road (A4212), and continue to follow the A4212 for 17 miles. Arriving at a T-junction, turn right onto the A470, and after four and a half miles, turn left, following the sign for Gellilydan. Continue through the village and you will find the property after a mile and a half, on your right-hand side.Read all
- 4 Reception rooms
- 4 Bedrooms
- Family bathroom
- Detached double garage
- EPC rating G
- In all approx. 3.68 acres of gardens, woodland and land
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