Brithdir, Dolgellau, Gwynedd
Location and Situation - Bryn Llinos is a well presented detached 3 bedroom property situated on the outskirts of the popular village of Brithdir in South Snowdonia.
The market town of Dolgellau is located within 3.5 miles or thereabouts from the property and provides a range of amenities and facilities including shops, schools, restaurants and pubs. The area benefits from an abundance of mountain walks and outdoor activities. The popular tourist seaside town of Barmouth is also within reasonable distance (13 miles or thereabouts). Although rural, Brithdir is a very accessible village with the A470 trunk road being under 1 mile from the village, providing good means of transport across Wales as well as providing road links into the midlands.
The property offers a spacious kitchen diner with Rayburn and exposed stone features. The living room offers cosy accommodation with log burner and views over the Welsh countryside.
Description - The stone built traditional property is situated within large grounds, extending to a total of 0.72 or an acre (0.29 ha) or thereabouts. There are plentiful gardens surrounding the house benefiting from mountain views as well as a small stream running through. Ample parking and outdoor storage space is provided; with two adjoining sheds as well as a small adjoining garage and a large yard area.
Entrance Hallway - The front door leads to an entrance hallway leading to the kitchen, living room and rooms to the rear of the property.
Kitchen - 5.47m x 3.29m
A modern kitchen with exposed beams, exposed stone features and gas fired rayburn. The kitchen has a tiled floor, fitted base and wall units, sink with single drainer, and gas boiler. uPVC double glazed windows at the front and rear with views over both the garden and the mountains to the front of the property.
Living Room - 5.45m x 3.22m
The living room offers cosy accommodation with multi-fuel log burner, exposed beams and stonework and views over the countryside to the front of the property with uPVC double glazed window. Doorway leading to conservatory.
Conservatory - 4.24m x 4.13m
A newly-built Edwardian style conservatory, with an exposed stone feature wall and base, slate floor and white uPVC frame and double glazed windows and doors. The conservatory opens out to the garden and can also be used as a sun room.
Rear Entrance/Utility Room - The rear entrance leads into a spacious extension with a functional utility room, with slate worktop area, Belfast sink and under work surface space for white goods.
Office - 2.32m x 2.12m
To the rear of the property is a room previously used as an office, with a small window overlooking the garden. This room could potentially be used as a play room or a snug.
Shower Room - 1.90m x 1.50m
Ground floor shower room with a neutral white suite, tiled flooring, hand wash sink with tile splash back, shower cubicle and W/C.
Bedroom 1 - 5.50m x 3.54m
Timber flooring, airing cupboard, radiator. Window overlooking front/rear countryside views.
Bedroom 2 - 2.90m x 2.67m
Wooden flooring, radiator.
Bedroom 3 - 3.57m x 2.47m
Wooden floor, radiator. Window overlooking front/rear countryside views.
Bathroom - 2.61m x 1.99m
Newly fitted bathroom with P-shaped bath positioned to maximize on the views, with electric shower over, W/C, hand wash sink, partly tiled walls and linoleum flooring.
Garage and shed - Wooden construction with concrete flooring, garage door and zinc sheet roof.
Outbuilding - Small stone building - old outdoor WC.
Garden - Ample enclosed garden enclosed and privatized by tall mature hedgerow with loose stone paths around the house.
Yard - A large level yard is situated to the rear of the garden with access provided along the south-west boundary of the property.
Easements, Wayleaves and Rights of Way - The property is sold subject to, and with the benefit of all rights including the right of way, whether public or private, light support, drainage, water and electricity supplies and all other rights obligations, easements, quasi easement and restrictive covenants and all existing and proposed wayleaves, whether or not referred to in the particulars or not.
Tenure & Possession - We are advised that the freehold property is offered for sale with the benefit of vacant possession upon completion.
Local Authority - Cyngor Gwynedd Council, Shirehall Street, Caernarfon, LL55 1SH
Tel: 01286 682 689
Planning Authority - Snowdonia National Park Authority, National Park Office, Penrhyndeudraeth, Gwynedd, LL48 6LF
Tel: 01766 770274
Council Tax - Band F
Viewing - By appointment only through the selling agents RG Jones Dolgellau - Tel 01341 422789 email Dolgellau@rgjones-property.co.uk