Terraced House for sale in Maengwyn Street, Machynlleth, SY20
- Period House & Hotel offering busy trading location
- Attractive Beer Garden to rear
- 2 Large Bar Areas
- Car Parking to rear
- Available as as Going Concern
- Potential for alternative uses
- Inspection Recommended
- Energy Efficiency Rating = 79
Period House & Hotel offering busy trading location. Attractive Beer Garden to rear. 2 Large Bar Areas. Car Parking to rear. Available as as Going Concern. Potential for alternative uses. Inspection Recommended. EPC Rating = 79. Cpr
Machynlleth is located in an area of outstanding natural beauty with the Snowdonia National Park immediately to the north and the wonderful Cardigan Bay coast to the west. It is an area which has a large influx of tourists during the season and in many respects the market town of Machynlleth is a 'gateway' for those travelling from the Midlands and Border Counties towards the West Wales coastal resorts. The town is also on the Cambrian Coast railway line with connections from the West Wales coast to Shrewsbury, Wolverhampton, Birmingham and further afield.
Ground Floor Recessed Porch to: -
Hall Quarry tiled floor.
Public Bar 28'(into bar area) (8.53m(into bar area)). Casement windows to front and rear. Radiator. Wide servery with timber and panelled front.
Lounge Bar with Dining Area 47' x 12' (14.33m x 3.66m). Fitted upholstered bench seats on either side of the fine open fireplace with dog grate in stone surround. Wide servery with timber and panelled from (this communicates easily with the servery to the public bar). Radiators. Door to: -
Fully equipped Kitchen 9'9" x 11'7" (2.97m x 3.53m). Fully tiled ceramic walls. Quarry tiled floor.
Rear Hallway Leading to Ladies & Gents toilets and to the rear double door which give access to the outside. There are also double doors to an enclosed paved area.
Steps down to: -
Beer & Spirit Cellar Stores
First Floor PROPRIETORS QUARTERS to upper floors which can be accessed from the servery area on the ground.
Landing Radiator. Double glazed casement window to rear. Deep Airing Cupboard housing lagged copper cylinder.
Bathroom Ceramic tiled walls. Pine match boarding to ceiling. Radiator. W.C. Pedestal wash hand basin. Panelled bath with shower/mixer tap.
Kitchen 12' x 8'10" (3.66m x 2.7m). Fitted floor and wall cupboard units incorporating corner unit. Inset single bowl sink unit. Lofra gas cooker with 5 unit hob and cooker hood over. Radiator. Gas fired central heating boiler. Double glazed casement window to rear.
Lounge 12'6" x 13'3" (3.8m x 4.04m). Forte sash window to front. Radiator. Woodburner.
Wide Landing Radiator.
Dining Room 14' x 12' (4.27m x 3.66m). Radiator. Window to front. Spacious built-in wardrobe.
Landing Area Double glazed window to rear.
Utility 10'6" x 8'" (3.2m x 2.44m"). Double glazed window to rear. Radiator.
Bedroom 4 12' x 12' (3.66m x 3.66m). Radiator. Double glazed door and side light providing access to the external staircase leading down to the rear garden and car park.
Front Bedroom 2 7'8" x 6'8" (2.34m x 2.03m). Radiator. Small paned sash window to front.
Front Bedroom 1 13'6" x 13'4" (4.11m x 4.06m). Small paned double glazed window to front. Radiator.
Front Bedroom 3 10' x 11'8" (3.05m x 3.56m). (Off Sitting Room). Small paned double glazed window to front. Radiator.
Outside To the front is a cobbled forecourt, ideal for external tables.
To the rear is a private beer garden, laid to lawn with stairs access to owners seating area, enjoying views south of the valley. Generous car park area with wide gated access to the lane linking the large council car park to the rear and Maengwyn Street.
General Information This very well established town centre public house has the benefit of a well equipped kitchen conveniently situated to serve the lounge/dining room area.
The proprietor's maisonette is spacious and comfortable and can be reached independently from within the ground floor public area and also along an external staircase.
The town of Machynlleth is steeped in history and has some notable attractions. The building housing the parliament of Owain Glyndwr is open to the public and the town clock is a focal point in the town, being on the junction of the A489 and A487 trunk roads. To the north and only some 3 miles from the town is the world famous Centre for Alternative Technology and to the south there is a large nature reserve run by the RSPB. Over the last few years the town has become an important centre for walkers and cyclists who take advantage of the numerous footpaths and bridleways in the surrounding countryside. Machynlleth is a town of approx 2,000 population which serves numerous residential villages in the surrounding Dyfi Valley. It has a variety of shops, supermarkets, post office, schools, leisure centre and a 9 hole golf course.
The property has an impressive frontage to the main tree lined thoroughfare in the town. It is mainly of stone and slate construction and has some very attractive features both internally and externally which provides a very pleasing atmosphere and character to this public house. The layout of this property lends itself to a multitude of alternative uses including Restaurant/Bistro. The rear of the property has easy access from the road leading to the municipal car park and there is ample car parking within the curtilage. It also has the benefit of a private lawned area and beer garden