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Llety Perygl, Harlech, Gwynedd, LL46 2UU
£325,000

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Llety Perygl, Harlech, Gwynedd, LL46 2UU

The wow factor is off the scale here!  This detached 3 bedroom stone built period cottage, dated circa 1800 from a surveyors' report, has far reaching mountain views to the north west which include Snowdon itself.  The beautiful hillside gardens extend to over an acre subject to survey and also include an area of mature woodland.  As well as some double glazing many original sash windows have been preserved.  There is oil fired central heating by radiators, stripped pine wooden doors, exposed stonework and lots of beams.  

Here's the period style detached cottage with the features you have been dreaming of!  Over an acre of hillside gardens and woodland (subject to survey), scenic views across the countryside which extend to Snowdon and an interior that you are more used to seeing in a homes and gardens magazine!  Thought to be constructed circa 1800 it has sash windows, stonework, exposed beams and pine doors which provide plenty of period appeal.  There is an electric Aga, an oil fired stove in the lounge plus oil fired central heating by radiators and a modern 2 storey extension added in about 2006 which now provides en suite facilities, extra space and good family sized proportions for the 21st century. Make sure you watch the video on our website to see more!

Location

Council tax band F.

There is on street parking for several vehicles where the road is wider and 1 off road car parking space with the property.  As the house is situated on a hillside there are about 15 steps down from the parking area to the entrance door which means access may well be difficult for anybody with mobility issues.

From Sanderson Estate Agents Barmouth office turn left on the High Street and continue for approximately 11 miles towards Harlech. As the road forks, just after the Harlech sign, bear right where signposted into the town centre. Continue along the High Street and straight on at the cross roads, heading towards Talsarnau. Proceed for about half a mile and Llety Pergyl can be found on the left hand side.  It has its own name plate on the wall and gate and can also be identified by our For Sale Board.  The house is hard to see as it stands well below the road.  Visitors will need to park on the road by the gateway to the house.

Directions

The property stands up on the hillside commanding fabulous views across open scenery in a north westerly direction towards the mountains of Snowdonia and Snowdon itself.  There is only 1 neighbour within 100 yards or so and the house stands extremely well screened off and below the road that runs past.  We understand the adjacent woodland is owned and managed by The Woodland Trust and The National Trust and this creates a marvellous habitat which attracts lots of wildlife and means the likelihood of modern development is just about non existent.  

Harlech has a relatively small sized population and the attraction of a close knit community. The area is surrounded by unspoiled natural scenery and the remote and rugged Rhinog Mountains provide a contrasting backdrop to the expanse of outstanding beaches along Cardigan Bay. There are numerous public footpaths that provide easy access to the local countryside and a range of local leisure facilities to enjoy which also attract many visitors. These include the Royal St David’s links golf course, a public swimming pool and climbing wall and Portmeirion Italianate Village is within about 11 miles.The community is also well served by a good variety of local shops and stores, new Doctors surgery, restaurants, public houses and railway station. Harlech offers schooling for both primary and secondary age groups.

General Information

Ground Floor

Entrance Hall

Traditional solid timber front entrance door with glazed pane and fan light.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room

4.55m x 2.74m (14' 11" x 9' 0")
Solid wood fronted units, worktops with inset sink and mixer tap, integrated Neff dishwasher, drawers and cupboards, matching wall units, electric Aga with AIMS, under cupboard and spot lighting.

Dining Room

4.67m x 3.68m (15' 4" x 12' 1")
Oak effect laminate floor, wall light and TV points.

Inner Lobby

Under stairs storage, opening to:

Pantry/Rear Hall

2.42m x 2.11m (7' 11" x 6' 11")
Dresser style units with drawers and shelving, cupboards, space for fridge freezer.

Cloakroom/WC

2.39m x 1.99m (7' 10" x 6' 6")
White suite with toilet, wash basin, space and plumbing for washing machine, stable door to rear.

Study/Potential Bedroom 4

3.24m x 2.41m (10' 8" x 7' 11")

Lounge

4.59m x 3.67m plus alcove (15' 1" x 12' 0")
Wall light and TV points, stone Inglenook fireplace with Efel oil fired stove, alcove cupboard with glazed bookcase.

First Floor

Landing

Linen cuppboard.

Main Bedroom

4.73m x 3.7m (15' 6" x 12' 2")
Vaulted ceiling with exposed beams, feature stone work. TV point.

En Suite Shower Room

1.72m x 1.62m (5' 8" x 5' 4")
White suite with corner basin, toilet and shower cubicle, wall tiling, shaver point, mirror and light.

Bedroom 2

4.05m x 2.76m (13' 3" x 9' 1")
Exposed roof timbers, built in cupboard for unvented water cylinder with clothes hanging space, TV point.

Bedroom 3

3.54m x 1.84m (11' 7" x 6' 0")

Main Bathroom

2.33m x 1.68m (7' 8" x 5' 6")
White suite with toilet, traditional wash basin, bath with shower screen and separate shower control, ceiling spot lighting, wall tiling, alcove cupboard and shelving.

Outside

Gardens and Parking

Llety Perygl is entered through wooden gates leading down a concrete driveway over which there is a neighbours' right of way. The driveway is owned by Llety Perygl apart from the right side bank edge. As well as on street car parking, there is also one off-road car parking space. From here it is about 15 steps down to the gardens which afford a high degree of seclusion and privacy. A slate pathway leads to the front entrance door. The cottage style gardens are frequented by an abundance of wildlife and are well orientated for afternoon sunshine and spectacular sunsets. There is a panoramic view of Snowdon and other mountains along the skyline and across the sea in the distance towards Criccieth and the Lleyn Peninsula. There are very pleasant terraced sitting areas and lawns. The gardens are well tended and stocked with an abundance of shrubs and plants, with walkways and footpaths. There is an aluminium greenhouse, apple and damson trees and a kitchen garden area raised beds. The gardens extend further to the south where there are sheds and an area of private woodland with numerous mature trees including ash and sycamore.

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From Sanderson Estate Agents Barmouth office turn left on the High Street and continue for approximately 11 miles towards Harlech. As the road forks, just after the Harlech sign, bear right where signposted into the town centre. Continue along the High Street and straight on at the cross roads, heading towards Talsarnau. Proceed for about half a mile and Llety Pergyl can be found on the left hand side.  It has its own name plate on the wall and gate and can also be identified by our For Sale Board.  The house is hard to see as it stands well below the road.  Visitors will need to park on the road by the gateway to the house.

The property stands up on the hillside commanding fabulous views across open scenery in a north westerly direction towards the mountains of Snowdonia and Snowdon itself.  There is only 1 neighbour within 100 yards or so and the house stands extremely well screened off and below the road that runs past.  We understand the adjacent woodland is owned and managed by The Woodland Trust and The National Trust and this creates a marvellous habitat which attracts lots of wildlife and means the likelihood of modern development is just about non existent.  

Harlech has a relatively small sized population and the attraction of a close knit community. The area is surrounded by unspoiled natural scenery and the remote and rugged Rhinog Mountains provide a contrasting backdrop to the expanse of outstanding beaches along Cardigan Bay. There are numerous public footpaths that provide easy access to the local countryside and a range of local leisure facilities to enjoy which also attract many visitors. These include the Royal St David’s links golf course, a public swimming pool and climbing wall and Portmeirion Italianate Village is within about 11 miles.The community is also well served by a good variety of local shops and stores, new Doctors surgery, restaurants, public houses and railway station. Harlech offers schooling for both primary and secondary age groups.





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