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Aberdovey, Gwynedd, LL35
Offers over £750,000 | 4 bedrooms

On the market for the first time in over 30 years, Bryncoed is an impressive, detached property with distinctive architectural features, set within generous grounds and enjoying an elevated, private position from the coast road to take full advantage of the magnificent Dyfi Estuary views. Built in the early 1930's, the house retains attractive Arts & Crafts style features and provides well-presented accommodation ideal for family living, briefly comprising; entrance hall, drawing room with turret room, dining room, garden room, kitchen, utility, rear hall and cloakroom, workshop, storeroom, four bedrooms and a bathroom. Outside, there is a double garage currently used as a boat shed and driveway access directly up to the house, where there is a further single garage. The extensive grounds surrounding the property are a gardener's paradise with well-stocked, terraced borders of mature shrubs, lawns, several patio terraces for al fresco living and a small orchard. There is planning permission in place for a single storey ground floor extension projecting further westward (NP5/50/629B) to provide a substantially enhanced kitchen and dining/living area from which to enjoy the spectacular Estuary views. This allows reconfiguration of the existing kitchen, utility, cloakroom and side entrance hall to further enhance the ground floor accommodation. This property provides a rare and unique opportunity to purchase a spacious family home on an outstanding plot within easy walking distance of Aberdovey centre and local amenities. Viewing is highly recommended.

Situated in a glorious location and standing in an elevated position towards the edge of Aberdovey which is a popular seaside town offering a wide range of facilities including shops, restaurants, public houses, championship golf course, thriving yacht club, railway station and harbour. Penhelig railway station is within a quarter of a mile with direct rail services to Birmingham International and fast, frequent connecting services to London Euston. The surrounding area has a range of outdoor activities such as water sports and walking in Snowdonia National Park. The market town of Machynlleth is about 10 miles east, Tywyn is approximately 4 miles to the north and the larger centre of Aberystwyth is about 29 miles to the south providing a wide range of services including a university.


With wooden flooring. Portal window and art-deco stained-glass window. Stairs rising to the first floor. Understairs cupboard.

Drawing Room
A well-proportioned room with views over the estuary. Wooden panelled fireplace. The turret room sits off the lounge providing a lovely place to sit and enjoy the exceptional views over the gardens, estuary and hills beyond.

Garden Room
With panoramic view over the estuary. Door opening to patio terrace.

Dining Room
Walk in bay window with views over the gardens, estuary and beyond. Built-in corner cabinet.

With views over the gardens and estuary. Quarry tiled floor. Base units and work surface sink and drainer.

With quarry tiled flooring, slate cold slab and shelving.

Rear Hall
Quarry tiles, basin and WC off.

Workshop with direct access to the garden.

Store Room

Housing the boiler and with space and plumbing for white goods.

First Floor Landing
With stained glass window over the stairs and access to the loft. Walk-in airing cupboard which offers potential to convert to an ensuite shower room for bedroom 3.

Master Bedroom
Windows to both front and side elevations offering unparalleled views over the estuary and to surrounding hills.

Bedroom Two
With wonderful views over the estuary and to surrounding hills.

Bedroom Three
Window to the side aspect with views over the gardens, estuary and hills beyond. Wash basin.

Bedroom Four
Enjoys views over the estuary and to surrounding hills.

With bath, shower cubicle and basin. There is a separate WC.

A sweeping driveway passes the double garage and in turn, gives access directly to the house (one of the only properties in this area to do so). There is a further single garage next to the house as well as additional parking and a turning space. The landscaped gardens extend to three quarters of an acre and include lawns, terraced borders with mature shrubs, a small orchard and several stunning patio terraces from which to enjoy the incredible views. There are a wealth and variety of trees, mature shrubs, bushes and plants all lovingly cultivated by the current owners to create an exceptional outdoor space to compliment the living accommodation.

Mains electricity, water, gas and drainage.



Council Tax
Band G.

From Machynlleth proceed north on the A487 and immediately after the river bridge turn left, onto the A493, signed Aberdovey. Follow this road and after 8.9 miles there is a sharp turn right onto Philip Avenue, proceed just past this turn and the property is located on the right.Alternatively, using the app What Three Words type in:

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