3 Bedroom Detached House for sale in Mallwyd, Machynlleth, Gwynedd, SY20
- 3 Bedroom Stone Farmhouse with around 1 acre of grounds
- Inspection Recommended
- No Upward Chain
- Adaptable Stone Barn
- UPVC Double Glazed Windows
- Oil Central Heating
- EPC - E44
3 Bedroom Stone Farmhouse with around 1 acre of grounds
No Upward Chain
Adaptable Stone Barn
UPVC Double Glazed Windows
Oil Central Heating
EPC - E44
Mallwyd is located about 12 miles from both Machynlleth and Dolgellau, in a pleasant rural location offering swift access to the Machynlleth-Welshpool A458 road. The property is located in an elevated location with far reaching views over the valley in a southerly and easterly aspect.
This former farmhouse of traditional stone and slate construction has been refurbished and renovated to a high standard with good attention to detail so that its original character and features have been retained and accentuated. Original beams, timber and stone lintels, ledge and braced doors have been carefully restored and highlighted. Reclaimed quarry tiles have been introduced and original slate slab floor retained. Detached adjoining Studio/Workshop/Garage has been renovated and converted and is suitable for a variety of uses. The property is surrounded by easy to manage grounds which include mature trees.
The accommodation briefly comprises: Sitting Room 19'5 x 15'6. Deep Inglenook fireplace with new cast iron woodburner. Dining Room 19' x 11'1. Farmhouse Breakfast Kitchen 13' x 11'8 range of fitted cupboards to 2 walls and fitted range. Utility with fitted cupboards and Belfast sink. First Floor: Landing, Bedroom 1 10'9 x 10'6, Bedroom 2 16'3 x 8'9, Bedroom 3 9'3 x 16' (max). Bathroom 11' x 8' suite of panelled bath, wash basin and low flush WC. Airing Cupboard.
Detached stone and slated building adjoining house which provides:
Garage 20'7 x 14'5 Double doors to front, pedestrian door to rear, light and power points.
Studio/Office 21'2 x 9'10 Ledge and brace door to front, window to side, original exposed beamed ceiling, window to front, light and power points.
External stone stairs provides access to Studio/Workshop which is divided into two rooms 12' x 17'2 and 13'9. In both rooms there are cupboard areas to the eaves and the larger studio incorporates south facing casement window.
The Grounds These surround the House and Studio/Workshop/Garage and as with the accommodation original features such as dry stone walls and cattle water trough have been retained. The former pigsty is now used as storage.
The front garden is planted with mainly perennials and shrubs and lawn there are similar flower beds to the side on each side of the cobbled stone paths. In the other side there is a large l-shaped lawned area bordered by a stream with a backdrop of mature oak, ash and sycamore trees. From the rear garden a path leads to the small paddock. An open parking area for 2/3 vehicles is located on the west side of the property.