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Arthog Hall Barns, Arthog, Gwynedd, LL39 1YU
£198,000

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Arthog Hall Barns, Arthog, Gwynedd, LL39 1YU

Grade II Listed barn conversion forming part of a small complex, orientated to take full advantage of the far reaching mountain and hillside views. Watch the video on our website to get an easy appreciation of this 2 bedroom end barn which has a contemporary style interior an open plan living room on the first floor, downstairs bedrooms with en-suite shower room to the master bedroom. Features include exposed timbers and stone walls, contrasting with the clean lines and picture windows. There is a lawned frontage,  parking area and oil fired heating - underfloor to the ground floor.

No need to look any further - we've found your needle in a haystack! 'Contemporary cool' 2 bed Grade II Listed barn conversion - a mix of traditional character and modern build quality developed for stylish and comfortable living space with oil CH, some double glazing, parking, garden and great views.

Location

From Sanderson estate agents Barmouth office turn right on to the High Street and proceed for approximately 8 miles in the direction of Dolgellau. At the roundabout in Llanelltyd take the second exit onto the Dolgellau bypass. Continue for a few hundred yards and take the right turn off the bypass where signposted to Tywyn on the A493. Continue for approximately 4 miles towards Arthog. The barn complex can be found on the left hand side.

Directions

East Hay Barn is located on the outskirts of Arthog, adjacent to the A493 and within the Snowdonia National Park.
Arthog is a country village located in the Snowdonia National Park and is a favourably situated along the south side of the spectacular Mawddach Estuary. The coast, beaches and mountainous countryside are all within a few miles. The nearby Mawddach Trail provides a scenic but non strenuous walk and the beauty of the Cregennan Lakes are a further local natural amenity. The adjacent village of Fairbourne provides a range of local shops and a fabulous 'blue flag' beach. Arthog benefits from Morfa Mawddach station being in the village and this provides links to local coastal towns including Barmouth and Tywyn as well as access to The Midlands.

General Information

Ground Floor

Entrance Hall

4.18m x 2.93m (13' 9" x 9' 7")
Double glazed front entrance door, ceiling beams, laminate flooring with underfloor heating, staircase to first floor with inset lighting, single glazed arrow slit window, under stairs cupboard housing Worcester oil fired boiler, doors to bedrooms and bathroom.

Bedroom 1

3.43m x 2.75m (11' 3" x 9')
French door leading onto front lawned garden, ceiling beams, laminate floor with underfloor heating, door to:

En Suite Shower Room

3.17m x 1.23m (10' 5" x 4')
Wet room style showering area with mosaic floor tiles, mixer shower, toilet with concealed cistern, contemporary style wash basin, single glazed arrow slit window, heated towel radiator, ceiling beams, part wall tiling.

Bedroom 2

2.94m x 2.48m (9' 8" x 8' 2")
French door leading onto garden, single glazed arrow slit window, ceiling beams, laminate floor with underfloor heating.

Bathroom

2.94m x 1.69m (9' 8" x 5' 7")
Contemporary style white suite comprising bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, toilet with concealed cistern, basin, part wall tiling, ceiling beams, heated towel radiator.

First Floor

Open Plan Living Room/Kitchen

9.73m x 4.72m (31' 11" x 15' 6")

Kitchen Area:
Comprising a range of base units and drawers with white laminate worktop over, inset 1.5 bowl sink with mixer tap, inset electric hob with built under electric cooker/grill, built in dishwasher, integrated fridge, integrated freezer, tiled splash backs, window to rear.

Living Area:
Picture window to rear, glazed guard rail to stairwell, 3 picture windows to front elevation affording excellent views across the estuary pastureland to the Rhinog Mountain range beyond, high level window to side with 2 single glazed arrow slit windows, exposed purlins and A-frame, exposed stone walls, laminate flooring, 2 radiators, down lighters.

Outside

Gardens & Parking

At the front of the property double gates open into a gravelled parking area with slate steps and pathway to the front entrance door, flanked by a lawned frontage. The property backs on to a steep natural embankment to wooded hillside above at the rear.

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From Sanderson estate agents Barmouth office turn right on to the High Street and proceed for approximately 8 miles in the direction of Dolgellau. At the roundabout in Llanelltyd take the second exit onto the Dolgellau bypass. Continue for a few hundred yards and take the right turn off the bypass where signposted to Tywyn on the A493. Continue for approximately 4 miles towards Arthog. The barn complex can be found on the left hand side. East Hay Barn is located on the outskirts of Arthog, adjacent to the A493 and within the Snowdonia National Park.
Arthog is a country village located in the Snowdonia National Park and is a favourably situated along the south side of the spectacular Mawddach Estuary. The coast, beaches and mountainous countryside are all within a few miles. The nearby Mawddach Trail provides a scenic but non strenuous walk and the beauty of the Cregennan Lakes are a further local natural amenity. The adjacent village of Fairbourne provides a range of local shops and a fabulous 'blue flag' beach. Arthog benefits from Morfa Mawddach station being in the village and this provides links to local coastal towns including Barmouth and Tywyn as well as access to The Midlands.



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