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2 Rhyd, Gwynedd, LL48 6ST
£199,950

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2 Rhyd, Gwynedd, LL48 6ST

Your search for a character country residence in an idyllic setting should end right here! Watch the video on our website. With a history dating back to 1851 this 3 bedroom semi detached cottage has lots of original features remaining, coupled with modern comforts and carefully chosen stylish décor. There is a south facing garden, inglenook style fireplace, wood burner stove, electric storage heaters and period style doors all help to make this one unmissable.The single storey addition at the rear also expands the accommodation to more liveable family sized proportions.

Oh so romantic, you will easily fall in love with this one!! Character 3 bed country cottage in idyllic setting backing onto the foothills of the Moelwyn Mountains.

Location

Council Tax Band April 2017 - March 2018 Band C Amount Payable £1348.49

This cottage has been in the current owners family for over 50 years.  It is believed to have been built by Owen and Meg Williams and an ornate and decorative inscription on the slate over the fireplace dates the property at 1851.

From Dolgellau take the A470 in a northerly direction through Trawsfynydd and continue for approximately another 5 miles. Just after  Maentwrog on the A487 turn off right, by the Oakeley Arms public house on to the B4410. Continue up the hill passed Llyn Mair lake then continue for about another 2 miles in to the village of Rhyd which is clearly signposted. 

From this direction 2 Pen Y Bryn is the fourth property on the right and can be identified by our for sale board. Visitors can use the public parking area 50 metres passed the cottage on the right-hand side.

Directions

Rhyd is a small rural hamlet. It is accessed through the countryside by a winding, undulating lane a few miles off the main local A road. The hamlet is surrounded by hilly and mountainous natural scenery of the Snowdonia National Park. Rhyd comprises of only about a dozen houses and cottages nestling amongst the scenery. There are beautiful walks and public footpaths nearby and the Moelwyn mountains are to the rear of the property. Llyn Mair and Tan Y Bwlch are popular local beauty spots nearby. The Ffestiniog Railway and Tan Y Bwlch station are a pleasant walk about a mile or so away and you can sometimes even hear the steam trains whistle from the garden. The villages of Penrhyndeudraeth and Llanfrothen provide shopping and local amenities. Llanfrothen has a local pub and primary school, the main harbour town of Porthmadog is within about 7 miles. 

General Information

Ground Floor

Lounge

4.81m x 3.71m (15' 9" x 12' 2") max.
Main entrance door with part double glazing, beamed ceiling, storage heater, fireplace with slate hearth, slate surround and ornately carved historic inscription, beamed ceiling, stairs to first floor with cupboard under.

Kitchen/Dining Room

3.66m x 2.73m (12' x 8' 11")
Single glazed French doors to rear, wall lighting, kitchen units with base cupboards and drawer, wall units, stainless steel sink, electric cooker point, storage heater, high level store cupboard.

Utility Room

2.37m x 1.01m (7' 9" x 3' 4")
Tiled floor, plumbing for washing machine, shelves, worktop.

Bathroom

2.50m x 2.38m (8' 2" x 7' 10") including cupboard housing hot water cylinder with twin immersion heaters.
Toilet, traditional style hand basin, bath with shower screen and Triton electric shower control, electric storage heater.

Bedroom 3/Reception Room

4.79m x 1.84m (15' 9" x 6')
Storage heater, beamed ceiling.

First Floor Landing

Bedroom 1

3.97m x 2.79m (13' x 9' 2") plus alcoves and recesses.
Storage heater, built in cupboards, hillside forestry views.

Bedroom 2

4.79m x 1.94m (15' 9" x 6' 4")
Electric storage heater, ornamental ornate cast iron fireplace, forestry views.

Outside

Gardens

A metal gate and shared pathway with steps lead from the road to a private gate and private steps up to the front garden with stone pillars and dry stone walls with slate coping stones. There is a slate flagstone patio, an outside light, slate table, stone barbecue and further steps lead down to a circular lawn with cottage style garden borders.

There are derelict remains of an adjacent stone store to the right hand side of the property which is overgrown by plants and adjacent to this there are steps which lead up to a further raised garden area and shrub beds with stone wall boundaries.

The rear garden is accessed via the French doors in the kitchen and is attractively laid out with natural stone steps and features. there is a raised patio area, dry stone walls and a rustic stone seat with an outlook of natural grazed farmland and the flanks of the Moelwyn Mountains.

A Japanese knotweed management plan is in operation to deal with a small patch in the rear garden.

Usage of property

Covenant

The present owners have been using the property as a holiday let since the 1990's but a covenant exists placing a restriction on any business usage.

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From Dolgellau take the A470 in a northerly direction through Trawsfynydd and continue for approximately another 5 miles. Just after  Maentwrog on the A487 turn off right, by the Oakeley Arms public house on to the B4410. Continue up the hill passed Llyn Mair lake then continue for about another 2 miles in to the village of Rhyd which is clearly signposted. 

From this direction 2 Pen Y Bryn is the fourth property on the right and can be identified by our for sale board. Visitors can use the public parking area 50 metres passed the cottage on the right-hand side.

Rhyd is a small rural hamlet. It is accessed through the countryside by a winding, undulating lane a few miles off the main local A road. The hamlet is surrounded by hilly and mountainous natural scenery of the Snowdonia National Park. Rhyd comprises of only about a dozen houses and cottages nestling amongst the scenery. There are beautiful walks and public footpaths nearby and the Moelwyn mountains are to the rear of the property. Llyn Mair and Tan Y Bwlch are popular local beauty spots nearby. The Ffestiniog Railway and Tan Y Bwlch station are a pleasant walk about a mile or so away and you can sometimes even hear the steam trains whistle from the garden. The villages of Penrhyndeudraeth and Llanfrothen provide shopping and local amenities. Llanfrothen has a local pub and primary school, the main harbour town of Porthmadog is within about 7 miles. 





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