• Cwm Pennant, Garndolbenmaen

Cwm Pennant, Garndolbenmaen

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Property Features
  • Grade II Listed 4 bedroom Farmhouse with attached 1 bedroom cottage
  • Stunning family home, perfect small holding, or holiday let
  • Current holiday letting business rated ‘Excellent’ on Trip Advisor
  • Magnificent inglenook fireplaces with multifuel stoves, stone walls, beams & slate floors
  • Spectacular mountain views
  • Mountain streams, Woodland, Landscaped garden & pond
  • Large Barn and Stone outbuildings (to be renovated)
  • Fields, Hillside grazing, River Frontage and Woodlands
  • Shooting and single bank fishing rights
  • Circa 40 acres

Property Description

NO CHAIN. Small Country Estate with beautiful Grade II Listed Farmhouse and cottage set in the heart of Snowdonia National Park. Breath-taking mountain views, private river/woodland – in circa 40 acres. Successfully being let as holiday accommodation with no onward chain.

This highly desirable Grade II Listed freehold property and small country estate is situated in Cwm Pennant in Snowdonia National Park – described in BBC Countryfile magazine as “one of the most beautiful valleys in Wales”.

A former 1000 acre farm, copper mine and mill it dates back to the 1680’s. The original estate belonged to Sir Joseph Huddart who also owned 'Brynkir' and estates and lands in the 'Boston Lodge' and 'Minffordd' areas including what is now known as 'Castle Deudraeth' part of William Clough Ellis' 'Portmerion'.

The property which stands elevated from the valley floor is approached by its own private road. The harbour town of Porthmadog is approximately 7 miles away and offers a good range of shops and amenities. Nearest pub and post office is four miles away in the village of Garndolbenmaen.

Farmhouse: - Lounge | Kitchen/Breakfast room | Study | Utility room | 4 Bedrooms | Shower room | Bathroom | Former Mill room – possible conversion to dining room.

Attached cottage: - Sitting room | Kitchen/breakfast room | Bedroom | Gallery bedroom| Bath/shower room

The property is ideally located with direct access for mountain biking, walking, climbing, fishing and horse riding in the beautiful valleys and mountains in Snowdonia National Park. Close to the harbour town of Porthmadog and Caernarfon it also has numerous beaches close by perfect for sailing and kayaking.

Beautiful formal garden with large pond, well planted with shrubs, fruit trees, pines, holly, eucalyptus, honeysuckle. Spectacular uninterrupted views of Moel Hebog (783m) direct from the property.

Land consists of approximately 40 acres comprising grazing, pasture, woodland and hillside. Streams surround the main house and flow into the River Dwyfor at the very front of the property (one of the best sea trout rivers in Wales). The hillside has a number of different mature trees including ash, oak, and pine with woods which are cloaked in bluebells in May each year.

One agricultural barn and three stone outbuildings requiring renovation. The barn could be rebuilt/replaced and used for equestrian use. The three outbuildings would make an ideal converted holiday studio, an artist’s studio or a workshop (with relevant planning consents).

The property is situated approximately 7 miles north of Porthmadog and 18 Miles from Caernarfon. The A486 links to the A55 to Holyhead/M6. Direct ‘Virgin’ train from Bangor to London 3.5 hours

For further details see:- http://www.snowdoniacountrycottages.co.uk/property-with-land-for-sale/home.html