Property Insider: Traditional Gwynedd farmhouse with stunning mountain views - Daily Post North Wales
Fancy owning a 94-acre lifestyle welsh farm situated in an elevated position over the Vale of Ffestiniog with fine views of the surrounding mountain ranges and coast and located within the Snowdonia National Park?
The main residence at Rhiw Goch in Penrhynduedraeth, Gwynedd, provides a fine example of a traditional Welsh farmhouse which has been sympathetically modernised and extended to provide a family home that combines traditional features with contemporary design.
A particularly attractive feature of the ground floor accommodation is the architecturally designed heavy timber framed glazed extension, which encompasses the front elevation of the farmhouse, where the stunning countryside views can be enjoyed to their best.
The extension provides comfortable living accommodation and from which a fine sitting room may be accessed.
In addition the ground floor benefits from a utility room and shower room.
The first floor provides a further three good sized bedrooms and a bathroom. ‘The Old Stable’ The Old Stable has been sympathetically converted into a charming holiday cottage which is in keeping with its surroundings.
The property provides modern living accommodation, extending to three bedrooms, and is managed as a successful holiday business.
The farmhouse sits at the centre of the farmstead and is surrounded by lawned gardens, flower and vegetable beds and mature broadleaf trees.
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There is ample parking for vehicles and livestock or equestrian trailers. There is a range of agricultural outbuildings which are suitable for livestock farming or a number of alternative lifestyle uses.
The land extends to approximately 94 acres of mixed pasture grazing, typical of this rugged and stunning corner of North Wales.
A look inside 17th century Gwynedd country house with superb views
The land ranges from productive pasture to rougher grazing as well as mature and recently planted broadleaf woodland.
A delightful feature of the property is the popular tourist attraction, The Ffestiniog Railway, passing below the house on its way between Porthmadog and Blaenau Ffestiniog.
For further details, contact Carter Jonas of Bangor on 01248 360414.
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