April 23, 2021
A seaside cottage with more than just a view – use of an exclusive beach
It’s not often you can wake up to a stunning sea view before stepping out to an exclusive beach for a dip in the ocean. Unless you own a coastal cottage in Aberdyfi on the stunning Welsh coast.
A rare chance has arisen to purchase Bath Place, a two-bedroom seafront cottage in the much sought-after Gwynedd village.
The well-maintained home sits prominently at the waterfront with window views over the sea into Cardigan Bay and across the Dyfi Estuary. It has its own sun terrace at the rear to take advantage of the views, as well as a private area with steps from the terrace to the beach.
A rare chance to acquire such a property
“Properties such as this coming on to the market are few and far between. We’re expecting a lot of interest in Bath Place just because of its location on the seafront,” said Michael Williams, a Partner at Morris, Marshall and Poole with Norman Lloyd who is acting on behalf of the owners.
“The views are stunning. From the south-facing terrace, you can step into the Dyfi Estuary and have exclusive use of the sandy beach.
An ideal location for water and outdoor activities
"It’s an ideal base for kayaking or sailing on the estuary. Alternatively, you have access to the countryside that surrounds Aberdyfi, including the Snowdonia National Park with its wide range of walks and outdoor activities.”
The area is known for its mild climate as well as sandy beaches. The North Wales coast is easily accessible. The town is also served by the Cambrian Railway which heads through Mid Wales to Shrewsbury and onward to the Midlands, London, Manchester, and the rest of the UK.
The cottage comprises an open plan lounge and kitchen, with stairs leading to the first floor where there are two bedrooms and a shower room. It’s on the market with a guide price of £575,000. More details can be obtained from MMP/NL’s Tywyn office on 01654 710388, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Or visit www.morrismarshall.co.uk.