£159,995 - Under Offer
Aberllefenni, Gwynedd, Wales
Hallway - Wooden entrance door. Door leading to:-
Living Room - 4.42m x 4.25m (14' 6" x 13' 11")
Brick fireplace with Slate hearth and Wood Burner. Velux window. Exposed beams to ceiling. Double glazed window to front elevation. Doors providing access to:-
Bedroom Three - 3.25m x 2.58m (10' 8" x 8' 6")
Beamed ceiling. Double glazed window to side elevation.
Bedroom 1 (Master) - 4.42m x 3.15m (14' 6" x 10' 4")
Double bedroom with high ceilings and exposed beams. Double glazed window to front elevation. Door leading to kitchen and door leading to:-
En Suite Shower Room - Comprising low level W.C. Wash hand basin. Shower cubicle with shower over. UPVC double glazed window to side elevation. Electric wall heater.
Bedroom Two - 2.70m x 2.11m (8' 10" x 6' 11")
Single glazed window to side elevation.
Attic Room - Stairs from Bedroom One provide access to an attic space, which could be utilised as storage or occasional room such as a study. Window to side elevation.
Lounge - 4.66m x 4.49m (15' 3" x 14' 9")
A very light and spacious room positioned at the rear of the property. Benefitting from dual aspect single glazed picture windows with views over the waterfall and gardens to the rear. Two night storage heaters. Doorway to:-
Kitchen/Diner - 6.73 m x 3.23 m (22' 1" x 10' 7")
UPVC double glazed patio doors to rear elevation leading onto the garden. Partially re plastered.
Family Bathroom - The suite has been completely removed, offering a buyer the chance to install their own chosen bathroom.
Gardens - The property is approached from the lane, via a stone built bridge over the river enjoying views of the adjacent waterfalls, leading directly to the property. This additional land has been purchased by the current owners and offers much more outside space. Access from the driveway can be gained around the side of the property to the rear of the property.
To the side is an arrangement of slate outbuildings. To the rear the garden is laid mainly to lawn, offering further views over the waterfall and river below. The outside setting is extremely pleasant and is a feature of the property.
A copy plan can be obtained from the selling agents.
Garage - 4.52m x 3.35m (14' 10" x 11')
A lean to construction of part block and part timber with pvc corrugated roof. Double doors to the front with single door leading to the rear garden.
Viewing - By appointment only, through the selling agents RG Jones, Tywyn 01654 710132 or Tywyn@rgjones-property.co.uk
Tenure - The property is held Freehold.
Council Tax Band - Council Tax Band D.
Services - None of the services have been tried or tested by the selling agents, however it was noted that electricity is connected. Septic tank.
Directions - From Corris, proceed for 2 miles in the direction of Aberllefenni. Upon entering the village, pass the Wincilate, slate specialists on the right hand side and the property will be found just beyond next door. To access the drive, turn right after the property, then immediately right onto the bridge, which leads down to Brynffynnon Cottage.
Situation & Locality - Aberllefenni is a small hamlet of properties, standing approximately 2 miles from the village of Corris.
Corris is a village 5 miles from Machynlleth in the south of Snowdonia in Gwynedd. Set within the Dyfi Forest, Corris lies on the west bank of the river Dulas and is close to the beautiful Dyfi valley. The modern A487 trunk road bypasses the village.
Places of interest to visit are The Narrow Gauge Corris Railway from Aberllefenni used to carry slate to Machynlleth to be shipped from quays on the River Dyfi. and the line from Corris to Maespoeth Junction has been restored. The Railway’s stable block is now used as a Museum. Corris Craft Centre showcases the work of local craftspeople. Parts of what was once Braichgoch Quarry can be visited on a trip to King Arthur's Labyrinth and underground tours are available from Corris Mine Explorers. Spend a day at The Centre for Alternative Technology at Llwyngwern Quarry. Go explore Glyndwrs Way National Trail is a great way to celebrate Welsh cultural and natural history, with market towns, museums and castles to visit, plus lakes and waterfalls to discover. There is also Clywedog Reservoir with its look out platform.