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Arthog, Gwynedd, LL39
Offers in the region of £899,950 | 11 bedrooms | 4.67 acres

An impressive Grade II Listed country house built of traditional stone in picturesque castellated style, dating back to approximately 1833 and with superb far reaching views over the Estuary towards distant countryside beyond. The house has extensive and extremely flexible accommodation which includes a self-contained flat (in need of improvement), mews cottage (currently used as a holiday let) and a former coach house all set in about 4.5 acres of grounds. Having a historic and architectural interest, the house has had additions, some of which were added in the early 19th century, and it is believed the property reverted back to a private residence after the Second World War. The well-proportioned and flexible accommodation to the main house has been updated whilst retaining many original features and briefly comprises; porch, hall, drawing room, dining room, kitchen breakfast room, utility room, rear hall, atrium, WC, games room, room one/store, cellar, six bedrooms...
 
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...(master bedroom with dressing room and en-suite), two family bathroom, office, linen room, shower room, cloakroom and a sauna room. The house has a selection of adjoining outbuildings consisting of a boiler room with 55KW Biomass boiler, open fronted garage/wood store, garden store and two further store rooms.The house and buildings are set in attractive mature gardens, woodland and a large terraced area situated to the front of the house provides commanding views across the Mawddach Estuary and beyond with the whole site amounting to just over 4.5 acres in all. The grounds surround the house and buildings, which helps create a very private setting and the property is approached via electric wrought iron gates with a driveway leading to the front of the property and a turning area.

Location


Located within the Snowdonia National Park about 7 miles west of Dolgellau, which has a range of amenities. The area is renowned for bird watching, boating and fishing on the Mawddach Estuary.

Accomodation



Porch


Open porch with cast iron pillars, slate flagged floor, superb far reaching views.

Entrance Hall


Dividing oak staircase, concealed door into cloakroom with coat hooks, radiators, oak parquet flooring

Drawing Room


Superb far reaching views, french doors to side courtyard, window shutters, feature fireplace with wood burner on a slate hearth with oak surround, radiator.

Dining Room


Stunning far reaching views, window shutters, feature fireplace with open fire, radiators.

Kitchen Breakfast Room


A range of wall and base units, sink, electric hob with extractor over, built in double oven, Aga, built in dish washer, tiled floor.

Utility Room


Plumbing for washing machine, space for tumble dryer, space for chest freezer, quarry tiled flooring.

Rear Hallway


Built in bookcase, part exposed floor boards, radiator.

Atrium


Glass roof, Gothic window to rear hall, radiator.

Inner Hallway


Exposed floorboards, radiator.

WC


WC, wash hand basin, heated towel rail, extractor fan, quarry tiled flooring.

Games Room


Panelled walls to dado height, corner bar area, exposed floorboards, radiators.

Room One


Former Games Room in need of improvement.

Cellar


Slate steps, slate flooring.

Galleried Landing


Marvellous views across the Estuary towards distant countryside, loft access.

Master Suite



Master Bedroom


Fantastic views across the Estuary towards distant countryside, radiator.

Dressing Room


Twin walk in wardrobes, loft access, radiator.

En-Suite


Fantastic views across the Estuary towards distant countryside, WC, wash basin, bath with shower attachment, bidet, heated towel rail.

Bedroom Two


Spectacular views across the Estuary towards distant countryside, radiator.

Office


Tremendous views across the Estuary towards distant countryside, built in desk with shelving, radiator.

Linen Room


Built in shelving, hot water cylinder, loft access

Shower Room


WC, tiled shower cubicle with wall mounted shower incorporating body jets, wash basin, extractor fan, bidet, heated towel rail, radiator, tiled floor.

Inner Landing


Built in bookcase, radiator.

Bathroom One


WC, wash basin, bath with shower attachment, bidet, radiator, tiled floor.

Bedroom Three


Window to side, built in wardrobe, drawers and shelving, radiator.

Bedroom Four


Window to rear, radiator.

Rear Landing


Staircase down to inner hallway.

Bathroom Two


Window to rear, WC, wash basin, bath, bidet, heated towel rail, radiator, laminate floor.

Bedroom Five


Window to rear, radiator.

Bedroom Six


Window to side/atrium roof, radiator.

Cloakroom


Window to rear, wash basin, WC, radiator, laminate floor.

Sauna Room


Window to rear, built in sauna, shower cubicle with wall mounted shower, dimplex wall heater.

Self-Contained Flat



Flat Hall



Flat Kitchen


Wall and base units, electric wall heater, loft access.

Flat Sitting Room


Far reaching over the Estuary towards distant countryside, electric heater.

Flat Bedroom One


Far reaching over the Estuary towards distant countryside, electric heater.

Flat Bedroom Two/Potential Bathroom


Wash basin, electric heater.

Mews Cottage



Mews Cottage Kitchen


Wall and base units, sink and drainer, space for fridge.

Mews Cottage Living Room/Dining Room


Feature fireplace, exposed beams, electric radiator.

Mews Cottage Bedroom One


Fitted cupboard, electric radiator.

Mews Cottage Bedroom Two


Shelving and clothes hanger, electric radiator, carpet.

Mews Cottage Bedroom Three


Velux window to rear, electric radiator.

Mews Cottage Bathroom


Bath, WC, wash basin, electric heater, tiled floor.

Former Coach House


In need of improvement with double carport below.

Detached Stone Building


In need of improvement.

Additional Outbuildings


Attached to the house and self-contained flat with potential for conversion into additional accommodation (subject to the relevant planning consents), including wood store, boiler room, garden store and two further store rooms.

Outside


The house and buildings stand in well-established grounds with mature specimen trees with a variety of shrubs and plants, all extending to just over 4.5 acres in all. The Hall is approached via electric wrought iron gates with the driveway leading to the front of the Hall and beyond to a turning and parking area within the courtyard. Behind the Hall there is a back drive which leads to the Mews Cottage and Former Coach House. The Mews cottage has its own private garden with views of the estuary.
 

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