- • A beautifully presented and extensively refurbished bungalow
- • Immaculate order throughout.
- • Timber constructed
- • Garage
- • Gardens to front and rear
- • Modern electric heaters throughout
- • Energy Efficiency Rating=49 Valid to 12.9.33
A very unusual and unique but beautifully presented having been extensively and caringly refurbished during recent years semi-detached timber constructed bungalow in immaculate order throughout. Virtually rebuilt the accommodation oozes character and occupies a particularly generous plot with parking, lawned gardens all surrounded by the stunning natural beauty of the Snowdonia National Park and
close to the Mawddach Trail which winds its way through what must be one of the most beautiful estuaries these islands have to offer.
Early viewing is most strongly recommended to appreciate this very much one-off property.
The accommodation comprises
Entrance porch stable door to
Open plan Sitting room/Kitchen with a multi fuel stove set on a slate hearth, Canadian Birch floor, modern electric panel heater and French door to the rear garden.
Kitchen with custom made Habitat beech free standing units, stainless stell sink unit, electric double oven, eye level storage units and space for white goods.
Side entrance porch
Principal bedroom originally 2 rooms but now one large L shaped room.
Bathroom with a modern white 4-piece suite
Utility with w,c
Arthog is situated within the Snowdonia National Park and is approximately 13 miles north of the coastal town of Tywyn and 9 miles south of the market town of Dolgellau. This area as a whole is an area of quite outstanding natural beauty, and this property is very lucky to be virtually joining the Mawddach Trail which leads initially south of the estuary before crossing over to the north side to Barmouth a wonderful area in which to live with great outdoor recreational facilities and natural beauty.
The property can be approached via the front or rear with the main entrance considered to be the rear which has the name of the bungalow on a gated access leading to a crushed slate parking turning area. Sizable rear level lawned gardens with ample seating area and to the front further lawned gardens with open views to the wooded hillside.
Outbuildings to include a purpose built utility with sink unit, w, c and connections for white goods in addition to a detached garage /workshop.
DirectionsFrom our Tywyn Office proceed North along the A493 passing through the villages of Bryncrug, Rhoslefain, Llwyngwril, Friog. As you approach Arthog turn left for the station pass the terrace on the left and the entrance can be clearly seen on the right hand side.
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