Park House, 37 Lower Bridge Street
Park House, 37 Lower Bridge Street
This charming 6 bedroomed family home, built c.1896 and arranged over 3 floors, offers versatile and modern accommodation with classic Victorian features such as original fireplaces and striking hearths. The house is deceptively spacious with notable views over the surrounding regions.
On the ground floor is an airy reception hall, the sitting room with woodburner, a bright dining room, and the conservatory with access to the main drive and the front gardens with breathtaking views over the Dwyryd estuary and beyond. The stylish kitchen/breakfast room comprises a matching range of wall and base units, tiled floor and adjacent utlity room. There is also a study, complete with woodburner, and a downstairs cloakroom.
The first floor has five generous bedrooms, with the master bedroom boasting an en suite bathroom. The third and fourth bedrooms have en suite shower rooms. The family bathroom is also on this floor. On the second floor is an additional double bedroom, with access to a store room and eaves storage including a linen room, and a separate shower room.
This property has 2.5 acres of land.
Tremeifion is approached through a large gate and via a rhododendron-lined driveway. There is parking outside the house for several cars.
The beauty of the gardens and surrounding area are undeniable: the historic village of Portmeirion can be seen directly across the estuary with views of the Lleyn Peninsula in the distance.
The gardens surrounding the property both at the front and rear stretch for 2.5 acres, with outside seating, a wildlife pond, well maintained lawns and hidden paths through mature shrubs and trees.
The gardens include a greenhouse, polytunnel, vegetable garden, and orchard. There are also useful sheds and woodstores.
To the side of the property is a stone built workshop/gardeners store and a viewing platform from which to enjoy the fabulous vista.
The picturesque village of Talsarnau is within Snowdonia National Park and offers local amenities including a public house. Harlech is just under 5 miles away with its beach, shops, cafes and World Heritage Site castle.
The location offers panoramic views of the region with one of Wales most beautiful estuaries a short walk away, and Glaslyn estuary within 2 miles with views over Snowdonia and Cardigan Bay. The world-famous village of Portmeirion is just 4 miles away. There is a prime spot for fishing at Lake Trawsfynydd. Being west-facing, Tremefion enjoys spectacular sunsets.
Leisure opportunities are abundant in the area and include sailing, tennis, golf, water skiing, cycling and hiking on nearby Mount Snowdon. The popular seaside resorts of Llandudno and Abersoch are within easy reach of the property. The rural location belies the villages convenient road links via the North Wales Expressway to seaside resorts, and the M53 and M56 to larger cities such as Liverpool, Chester and Manchester. The nearest airport is Anglesey Airport with regular flights to Cardiff and Liverpool and Manchester Airport for international flights. There are regular trains to Chester, the Midlands and London Euston from Llandudno Junction.
There are a range of great schools within easy reach of the family home such as Ysgol Talsarnau and Ysgol Cefn Coch.
Leave the A487 onto the A496 following signs for Harlech. Travel through the village of Maentwrog, and follow the A496 for 5 miles to Talsarnau. Take the left turn before the entering the village and follow the road for approximately 300 metres. The driveway to the property is on the left, identified by a white gate and a slate sign.
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