Bod Eirwen, Manod Road, Blaenau Ffestiniog Gwynedd

£270,000
  • Ref: ESL1001476
  • Type: Detached House
  • Availability: For Sale
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Reception Rooms: 2
  • Tenure: Freehold
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Property Features

  • Four Bedroom Detached House
  • Beautiful Location with Mountain Views
  • Sun Room
  • Two Reception Rooms
  • Boarded and Carpeted Attic with Heating and Electric
  • Detached Garage/Workshop
  • Enclosed Rear Garden
  • Greenhouse
  • Excellent Transport Links
  • Close to Popular Amenities and Leisure

Property Summary


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This is a rare chance to buy a large family house / multi-purpose property, in good order in Blaenau Ffestiniog, Gwynedd, North Wales - situated in the heart of Snowdonia yet free of the park's rules.

Built in approximately 1910, Bod Eirwen is a former quarry manager's house built solidly to a high standard from granite stone blocks and local slate roof and includes interior pine doors and beautiful woodwork with original, period features.

Briefly comprising 4 generous bedrooms, 2 reception rooms, house bathroom, kitchen, sun room and utility room alongside a downstairs WC and a large attic room; this superb property boasts a stunning backdrop, with views of surrounding mountains to the front and back, and enjoys a beautifully maintained private East facing garden measuring approximately 60ft x 60ft, where the full extent of the beautiful mountain views can be taken in.

This property has excellent business potential, with most businesses in the area currently exempt from business rates.

The highly sought after and beautiful location makes the property ideally placed for use as a holiday let or Air B&B if required.

INTERIOR

GROUND FLOOR

Set back from the road by a small walled garden with gated entrance and evergreen plants, the property is accessed through a covered, UPVC insulated front door with glazed side panel and letterbox, leading directly into an entrance hallway.
The reception hallway includes a substantial under stairs cupboard and broadband connection point, in addition to a modern RCD mains electric switch panel.
Featuring decorative plasterwork on the ceilings, partial wood panelling and laid with stripped pine floors; internal pine doors from left to right lead through to the dining room, kitchen, utility room / WC, sun room and lounge respectively.

Lounge:

Featuring a gas fire set within a stone hearth and solid wood mantle, the living room is fully carpeted and benefits from plaster decorated ceilings, double aspect windows to the front and back offering garden views, two radiators, a TV connection point alongside a satellite dish.

Sun Room:

The ideal place to relax and take in the beautiful mountain views surrounding the property, with direct access to the rear garden and patio area through a double glazed side door, the sun room is double glazed to four sides and includes an electric heater.
An additional wooden door to the rear of the room leads out to the front of the property via a secure side passage, where access to the workshop/garage can also be found.

Utility / WC:

The utility room is fitted with worktops providing ample room for a washing machine, various appliances and utilities. The utility also houses the property’s Worchester Combi-Boiler.
To the rear of the utility can be found a downstairs WC, with pedestal hand wash basin and extractor fan.

Kitchen:

The kitchen offers direct access out through French, double glazed doors, to the property’s east facing rear garden, with its sensational mountain views and patio area.
Fitted with solid oak wall and base units above and below marble worktops offering plentiful food preparation and storage space, including some decorative, glass panelled display cabinets - the kitchen features a stainless steel, ½ bowl sink/drainer with chrome mixer tap, electric oven, radiator, tiled flooring and serving hatch to the dining room.

Dining Room:

Enjoying views out to the front of the property through a recessed, double glazed window, the dining room includes a serving hatch to the kitchen and radiator.

SECOND FLOOR

Stairs rise from the reception hallway on the ground floor to a substantial split landing space which includes two generous storage cupboards alongside providing access to the property’s four generous bedrooms and family bathroom.

Bedroom 1:

The largest of 4 bedrooms, bedroom 1 overlooks the front of the property through a double glazed window . The room is fully carpeted and benefits from a wall mounted radiator.

Bedroom 2/ Office:

Currently used as an office/storage space, bedroom 2 is carpeted, includes a wall mounted radiator and overlooks the front of the property through a double glazed window.

Bedroom 3:

Benefitting from sensational mountain views and overlooking the rear garden through a double glazed window, bedroom 3 is carpeted and features a wall mounted radiator.

Bedroom 4:

This generous single bedroom would be ideal as a nursery or dressing room if desired.
The room is fully carpeted, includes a wall mounted radiator and double glazed window overlooking the side of the property.

Family Bathroom:

The partially tiled family bathroom comprises a wood panelled bath, corner shower cubicle with glass door, WC, pedestal hand wash basin, heated towel radiator and frosted glass window allowing for natural light whilst maintaining privacy.

SECOND FLOOR

Attic Room:

Accessed via a pull down stair case, this fully insulated, boarded and carpeted room would make the ideal hobby space - ideal for housing a model railway, or an excellent home office.
The room includes 2 radiators, lights and electrical sockets and also has potential to be converted into two additional bedrooms or a fifth bedroom with ensuite.

EXTERIOR

One of the property’s stand out features is its fantastic, enclosed, east facing back garden with exceptional views of the surrounding mountains and sun throughout most of the day.

With an abundance of mature shrubs and trees the garden is the idyllic space to take in the surrounding scenery and nature.

The rear garden is approximately 60ft x 60ft and is accessed either by a timber gate to the right hand side of the property, or via the sunroom and kitchen.

Consisting of a main lawn with greenhouse and three patio areas, the garden is made private by a sheltered stone wall wrapping around the rear of the property and also incorporating a timber gate providing further access to a private, rear access lane.

Additional features include an outdoor tap, electric point, lighting and a secluded compost area.

Garage/Workshop

A detached garage which has been previously used as a hobby/workshop space includes a long side store with internal access alongside a separate door to the rear garden.

To the front of the garage is a wide ‘up and over’ door with a tarmacked area to the front and pavement with dropped kerb access to the street meaning the garage could also accommodate a car if required.

LOCATION

The town of Blaenau Ffestiniog Gwynedd is now part of a Unesco world heritage site which adds prestige but does not affect planning applications and is ever increasingly popular with tourists.

Blaenau Ffestiniog Gwynedd has a thriving Zipworld activities centre (zip lines, underground triple trampolines and via Ferrata course), in addition to the incredible Llechwedd slate caverns and the Antur Stiniog centres mountain bike course.

There are a number of beautiful country walks, which typically begin on numerous footpaths a street behind the property, where residents can enjoy clean air and peace and quiet.

Additional amenities include a new multi million pound health centre, a sports centre with swimming pool, community centres and playgrounds alongside nearby Police, Fire and Ambulance stations - although the area sees a lower crime rate than most. Also nearby are a good variety of local shops including 2 supermarkets 1 with a post office.

Travel Information:

The property is conveniently situated for the A470 to Porthmadog, Dolgellau, Llandudno, Llanberis with bus routes to the above with stops close by.

Mainline trains:

The beautiful Conwy valley line to Llandudno with links to all the UK. Just 4½ hours from London by 2 trains. Minffordd for Pwllheli to Machynlleth & Birmingham on the beautiful Cambrian line.

Blaenau Ffestiniog Gwynedd itself is approximately a 10 minutes walk away for the stunning Conwy valley line to Llandudno with links to Holyhead, Manchester and Liverpool.

The world famous 125+ year old Ffestiniog railway, offers an incredible journey by narrow gauge steam train from Blaenau town to Porthmadog.

Education:

Local education is provided by 3 reputable primary schools and 1 senior's school.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

. Freehold
. No covenants, no charges .
. No history of risks, heave or subsidence.
. New smoke detectors fitted throughout
. Mains gas, electricity
. Fast broadband
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DISCLAIMER

These particulars are intended to give a fair description of the property but their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not constitute an offer of contract. Intending purchasers must rely on their own inspection of the property.
None of the above appliances/services have been tested by eSale. We recommend purchasers arrange for a qualified person to check all appliances/services before making any legal commitment.

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