A charming stone farmhouse complete with a range of outbuildings including a 60ft by 30ft steel portal frame agricultural building together with approximately 35 acres set in an idyllic rural setting.
2 Reception Rooms
35 Approx Acres
Bryn Awelon is a charming, detached stone farmhouse under a slate roof benefiting from 32 acres of grazing land and 3 acres of woodland.
The main farmhouse offers good sized family accommodation over two floors. Briefly, the accommodation comprises of an entrance hall leading to a large reception room with log burner, open plan kitchen/diner with a traditional Rayburn solid fuel stove, downstairs shower room and utility area. The main staircase leads to 3 double bedrooms the master being ensuite and a separate family bathroom.
Adjoining the farmhouse is a double garage with an annex providing additional 1 bedroom accommodation. There is the potential to add to this to provide further accommodation subject to the necessary planning consents.
The property benefits from a range of outbuildings which are currently used to house poultry and sheep. One of the buildings has also previously been used as a goat milking parlour and benefits from mains water and electric. The property also benefits from a modern steel portal frame building (60ft by 30ft) with box profile sheet walls and roof with a partly concreted floor. The building benefits from mains electric and a private water supply.
The land extends to approximately 35 acres, 32 acres of which is mixed quality grazing land. The land would be ideal for a variety of uses from stock grazing to equestrian purposes. It is split into several enclosures mainly by traditional stone walls and fences all in excellent condition. There is also a substantial field shelter in one of the paddocks. The land also incorporates an area of mixed broadleaf woodland extending to approximately 3 acres.
Bryn Awelon enjoys a glorious, peaceful rural location. The farmhouse benefits from a raised decking area and lawned garden to the rear of the house together with a kitchen garden. Immediately adjacent to the house is a large parking area and a double garage.
The property benefits from a ground mounted 4 kW solar array providing electricity to the property plus an annual return of sales to the National Grid of approximaetly £2,000.
From Porthmadog proceed on the A487 towards Maentwrog. At Maentwrog take the A496. In the centre of the village take the left hand fork signposted Gellilydan. The access to Bryn Awelon can be found approxuimately 1 mile on the left.