Semi-Detached House For Sale

Richmond House, High Street, Barmouth, Gwynedd, LL42 1DW
£435,000

Bed icon  7    Bath icon  6    receptions icon  4

Richmond House, High Street, Barmouth, Gwynedd, LL42 1DW

Look at the floor plan closely - There is so much to explore in this beautiful period stone built house has sea and beach views with extensive accommodation on 5 different floors plus gardens and parking for numerous vehicles.  Not only have its' character attributes been preserved but the property has also been maintained to an exceptionally good standard by the current owners. Richmond House now provides a substantial sized home with lots of modern comforts including multiple bathrooms, fire security system, extensive uPVC double glazed windows plus, an efficient up to date and highly controllable gas fired central heating system by radiators to the main accommodation. In addition to providing a stylish home it has been generating a lucrative income as up market B & B accommodation using less than 50% of the property as accommodation for international clientele as advertised on Booking.com.  The home could equally be suitable for occupancy by multiple generations of large extended family.

This house is huge, you can tell by just a glance at the floor plan alone!  It has even accommodated 16 visitors and friends!  The property provides lots of storage in the basement plus 4 further floors of residential accommodation.  There are sea and beach views, extensive car parking and a garden area too.  Richmond House presently produces reliable and lucrative income from up market B & B.  Guests and visitors are wowed by the period attributes and palatial proportions which compliment and contrast the luxurious standard of modern appointment with multiple en-suite facilities and contemporary kitchens.  See the video on our website and enjoy a quick tour round now!

Location

As you enter Barmouth from the direction of Dolgellau proceed into town past the Last Inn on the right hand side, go straight ahead past The Tilman pub on the left and enter the one way system to the left.  Follow the road around into Jubilee Road.  There is a public car park on the left and Coastline Tyres on the right.  Richmond House can be found on the right hand side after about 100 metres.  It is clearly signposted, has our For Sale Board and parking is available at the property.

Directions

Richmond House has a favourable westerly aspect to the front for fabulous beach and sea views, as well as awesome sunsets throughout the year.  It backs onto the main high street and all local amenities are within a short walking distance. Barmouth is a coastal harbour town with a maritime history related to the wool trade, boat building and fishing. It is situated on the Cambrian Coast just beyond the fringe of the Snowdonia National Park.  Local public footpaths provide access to outstanding natural scenery and Cardigan Bay provides vast beaches and a spectacular coastline.  Barmouth has a lifeboat and a good range of shops, public houses and restaurants. There is a leisure centre, Public Park and doctor’s surgery. The town developed in the Victorian era due to the newly established rail link which still runs to The Midlands and other local coastal towns.

General Information

Ground Floor

Entrance Lobby

Main entrance door with fan light, original Victorian tiled flooring which continues through to:

Main Reception Hallway

The high ceiling, ornate Victorian floor tiling, coving, corbels and architrave make this a grand entrance into the house with original staircase, study area.

Rear Entrance Lobby

Original Victorian floor tiling, fire security control panel.

L-Shaped Kitchen/Breakfast Room

4.06m max. x 2.86m (13' 4" x 9' 5") plus 1.82m x 2.22m (6' 0" x 7' 3") Karndean flooring and up to date kitchen which was fitted in 2015, Mira stone composite worksurfaces with integrated Bosch induction hob and Bosch hood, Bosch double oven, integrated dishwasher, fridge and freezer, base cupboards and drawer units, pan drawers and wall units with concealed down lighting, 1 and 1/2 bowl porcelain sink with mixer tap and waste disposal unit.
Breakfast area with room for a table, double doors leading through to:

Bay Fronted Lounge

5.06m plus bay x 4.04m max. (16' 7" x 13' 3") Walk in bay window providing a glimpse of the sea and an outlook of the garden, Esse multi fuel stove on a slate hearth.

Bedroom 1/Reception Room

5.03m plus bay x 4.04m max. (16' 6" x 13' 3") Walk in bay window. This room is used by the current owners as a main bedroom; the ground floor accommodation is used as their own residential apartment.

Ground Floor Shower Room

3.98m x 1.64m (13' 1" x 5' 5") plus recess. Shower cubicle, wash basin, toilet, door giving access to cellar.

Basement

Basement Rooms

Accessed from the ground floor shower room or from the front garden to central hallway with staircase and 3 cupboards. Room 1 - 3.3m x 4.7m (10' 10" x 15' 5") Room 2 - 3.46m x 5.7m into bay (11' 4" x 18' 8") Disused fireplace. Boiler Room - 3.72m x 2.67m (12' 2" x 8' 9") plus 1.9m x 1.7m (6' 3" x 5' 7") 2 Worcester Greenstar 24i gas fired condensing boilers, 2 Megaflow cylinders..

First Floor

First Floor Landing

Ornate coving, corbels and original staircase, sea and beach view to front. This floor is living space for bed and breakfast visitors, although previous occupiers of the house used it as a main living area.

Guest Sitting Room

5.0m plus bay x 4.05m (16' 5" x 13' 3") Walk in bay window with sea and beach view, sanded pine flooring, gas Living Flame effect fire with stone fire surround, ceiling rose and coving.

Guest Dining Room

5.0m plus bay window x 4.04m (16' 5" x 13' 3") Walk in bay window with sea and beach views, sanded pine flooring, original ceiling rose, coving and picture rail.

Guest Kitchen

4.65m x 2.95m (15' 3" x 9' 8") Refitted in November 2017. Wood effect flooring, neutral colour units featuring a Rangemaster cooking range with 5 ring induction hob, 2 ovens, warming drawer and grill, Rangemaster cooker hood, integrated dishwasher, base cupboards and drawers, down lighting, space for table, stainless steel 1 and 1/2 bowl sink.

Laundry Room

2.78m x 3.29m (9' 1" x 10' 10") Extractor vent , space and plumbing for 2 washing machines, sink.

Toilet

3.6m x 2.39m (11' 10" x 7' 10") max. Sanded pine floorboards, toilet, traditional style hand basin, storage cupboards.

Second Floor

Letting Bedrooms

Period staircase, double doors which lead to the 3 letting bedrooms. Snowdon Bedroom 5.06m x 3.27m (16' 7" x 10' 9") Sea and beach views EnSuite Bathroom 2.59m x 2.0m (8' 6" x 6' 7") White suite with bath, shower screen, mixer tap and shower control, toilet, wash basin, mirror and light, ceiling spot lighting. Snowdon Bedroom with EnSuite Bathroom. Bala Bedroom 5.01m x 3.38m max. (16' 5" x 11' 1") Sea and beach view. Bala EnSuite 2.58m x 1.71m (8' 6" x 5' 7") White suite comprising bath with mixer tap and separate shower control, wash basin, mirror and light, toilet, sea and beach view.Bardsey Bedroom 4.16m x 2.9m (13' 8" x 9' 6") View inland towards hillside.EnSuite 2.79m x 3.31m max. (9' 2" x 10' 10") Bath, separate shower cubicle, toilet, wash basin, mirror and light.Spare Bathroom 3.46m x 2.42m (11' 4" x 7' 11") Bath, wash basin, toilet. This room is currently just used for storage.

Top Floor

Apartment

Landing 2.95m x 2.68m (9' 8" x 8' 10") plus recesses. This level lends itself to use similar to a self contained apartment and provides versatile accommodation.Sitting Room/Bedroom 4.95m max. x 2.75m (16' 3" x 9' 0") plus recess. Sea and beach views, disused fireplace, beamed ceiling. Bedroom 13.81m x 2.95m (12' 6" x 9' 8") Sea and beach views, exposed ceiling beam. Bedroom 2 5.05m x 3.28m (16' 7" x 10' 9") plus recess. Sea and beach views, ornate Victorian fireplace. Bedroom 3 2.99m x approx. 3.25m (9' 10" x 10' 8") Partially restricted headroom, roof window, store cupboard. Kitchen 4.69m x 2.87m max. (15' 5" x 9' 5") Sink unit, worktop, electric cooker point. Bathroom 3.45m x 2.41m max. (11' 4" x 7' 11") White suite with bath, wash basin, separate shower cubicle, toilet, roof window, wood effect flooring, spot lighting.

Outside

Gardens, Parking and Carport.

The main entrance to Richmond House is off Jubilee Road. The tarmac driveway provides an extensive car parking area for at least 6 vehicles. There is a covered car port 4.47m wide x 5.0m (14' 8" x 16' 5") with restricted roof height. beyond the car parking area a pathway leads to an attractive garden with a raised paved patio, numerous shrubs and plants and further sitting areas with space for outdoor furniture. Slate steps lead up to the main entrance and further steps lead down to the basement. At the rear there is a small area giving access directly onto the High Street.

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As you enter Barmouth from the direction of Dolgellau proceed into town past the Last Inn on the right hand side, go straight ahead past The Tilman pub on the left and enter the one way system to the left.  Follow the road around into Jubilee Road.  There is a public car park on the left and Coastline Tyres on the right.  Richmond House can be found on the right hand side after about 100 metres.  It is clearly signposted, has our For Sale Board and parking is available at the property.

Richmond House has a favourable westerly aspect to the front for fabulous beach and sea views, as well as awesome sunsets throughout the year.  It backs onto the main high street and all local amenities are within a short walking distance. Barmouth is a coastal harbour town with a maritime history related to the wool trade, boat building and fishing. It is situated on the Cambrian Coast just beyond the fringe of the Snowdonia National Park.  Local public footpaths provide access to outstanding natural scenery and Cardigan Bay provides vast beaches and a spectacular coastline.  Barmouth has a lifeboat and a good range of shops, public houses and restaurants. There is a leisure centre, Public Park and doctor’s surgery. The town developed in the Victorian era due to the newly established rail link which still runs to The Midlands and other local coastal towns.





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