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Fron Galed, Trawsfynydd, Gwynedd, LL41 4UL
£126,500

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Fron Galed, Trawsfynydd, Gwynedd, LL41 4UL

Beautiful views of mountains and the lake, orientated for spectacular sunsets to the rear this stone built 1870 cottage still retains a host of character features including slate flagstone flooring, natural stonework, period pine joinery and Victorian fireplaces.  An extension to the rear provides additional living space and the up to date kitchen and shower room afford modern appeal, along with uPVC double glazing and electric storage heaters.  What a combination!  Enjoy the video tour on our website to see more.  

What a combination! It's certainly not run of the mill. We show more with the video tour on our website so you can appreciate the character features, lovely garden and far reaching mountain and lake views with this extended stone built cottage, dated 1870.  As well as slate flag stone flooring, period fireplaces and stonework, modern comforts are catered for with uPVC double glazing, up to date kitchen and stylish shower room.  There are electric storage heaters and a sun lounge/dining room extension adding to the rear living space.  

Location

The program of improvements carried out by the current  owners include the addition of TV points to the bedrooms, attic, lounge and sun room. Category 6 and HDMI cabling to the reception rooms and the 2 bedrooms plus a booster router to facilitate wifi in the garden.

Latch and brace interior doors, antique pine joinery and reproduction toggle light switches are other detailed improvements which illustrate the love and care lavished on this cottage over the last few years. 

From Dolgellau proceed along the A470 in a northerly direction for about 11 miles and take the third left turning into Trawsfynydd.  proceed up the road and Fron Galed terrace is on the right hand side.  Carreg Yr Ogof can be identified after about 100 metres on the right with its number and name plate by the door. 

Directions

One of our favourite situations in the village - there is on street car parking to the front and the rear garden is superbly orientated for views of spectacular sunsets across the lake, with a skyline of mountainous scenery including Moel Hebog and the Moelwyns.  Trawsfynydd is situated in the heart of the Snowdonia National Park and is a village, which stands amongst outstanding natural countryside with a mountainous backdrop of scenery. The community is served by amenities including shops, primary school and bus services. There are good road links to the market town of Dolgellau to the south and the harbour town of Porthmadog to the north.

General Information

Ground Floor

Entrance Porch

Solid timber entrance door, glazed fan light, tongue and groove period style wall panelling, slate floor.

Reception Hallway

Tongue and groove wall panelling, staircase, slate floor, under stairs cupboard.

Lounge

3.78m x 3.33m (12' 5" x 10' 11") max.
Beamed ceiling, slate floor, period style black leaded iron cooking range and open hearth used by the current owner with slate surround and mantle piece with an inscription dated at 1870, period stripped pine alcove cupboards either side, electric storage heater.

Sun Room/Dining Room

4.8m x 3.42m max. (15' 9" x 11' 3")
This is the main room of the house, especially in the summer time with good lighting and a terrific view of the lake and mountainous scenery. Engineered oak floor with concrete base, exposed feature stonework, wall light point, part glazed roof and sliding door to the rear garden, 2 electric storage heaters. Opening through to:

Kitchen

2.48m x 2.8m (8' 2" x 9' 2")
Engineered oak flooring, attractively refitted in spring 2016 to a modern standard with solid wood worktops, inset white porcelain 1 and 1/2 bowl sink with chrome mixer tap, kick board lighting, concealed down lighting, slate splash backs and wall tiling, base cupboards and drawers, inset electric hob, Hygena electric oven, wall cupboards, Bosch dishwasher, washing machine and condensing drier, upright fridge freezer.

First Floor

Landing

Tilt and turn fire escape window, views of the lake and mountain side, stone and slate window reveals, electric storage heater, retractable loft ladder to attic room.

Rear Bedroom

3.0m x 3.07m (9' 10" x 10' 1")
Tilt and turn picture window with lake view, slate sill and stone reveals, feature natural stone wall, storage heater, ornamental ornate cast iron Victorian fireplace.

Front Double Bedroom

3.35m plus door recess x 2.51m (11' 0" x 8' 3")
Ornamental cast iron Victorian fireplace, storage heater, slate window sill.

Shower Room

2.41m x 1.98m (7' 11" x 6' 6")
Period style white suite with wash basin, close coupled toilet, corner shower with sliding doors.

Attic

Attic Room

4.79m max. x 3.06m into eaves (15' 9" x 10' 0")
Restricted headroom, Velux roof window with mountain and lake views, feature painted stonework, tongue and groove ceiling and panelling, 2 single purpose built beds included, storage cupboard.

Outside

Gardens

There is a shallow front garden with a stone wall, raised border and iron gate, slate path, outside coach light.
The rear garden is ideally orientated for spectacular sunset views across the lake and mountainous scenery to the rear. The back garden has been landscaped and features dry stone wall, slate patio, outside lighting and a mature ash tree.
Note that because the garden was extended into the adjacent field/farmland there is a restriction on the type of usage for the bottom half of the garden including no washing line, shed or caravan. A right of way runs across the bottom of the garden giving rear pedestrian access to the other properties in the terrace. Timber covered log store, tool shed, space for 2 mountain bikes, cold tap, electric power supply with light and sockets.

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From Dolgellau proceed along the A470 in a northerly direction for about 11 miles and take the third left turning into Trawsfynydd.  proceed up the road and Fron Galed terrace is on the right hand side.  Carreg Yr Ogof can be identified after about 100 metres on the right with its number and name plate by the door. 

One of our favourite situations in the village - there is on street car parking to the front and the rear garden is superbly orientated for views of spectacular sunsets across the lake, with a skyline of mountainous scenery including Moel Hebog and the Moelwyns.  Trawsfynydd is situated in the heart of the Snowdonia National Park and is a village, which stands amongst outstanding natural countryside with a mountainous backdrop of scenery. The community is served by amenities including shops, primary school and bus services. There are good road links to the market town of Dolgellau to the south and the harbour town of Porthmadog to the north.





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