Aberdovey, Gwynedd

£1,150,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 5
Exceptional Views, Six Bedrooms, Approx 5 Acres, No Chain

Entrance Hall, Kitchen / Family Room, Dining Room, Drawing Room, Games Room, Wine Cellar, Game Larder, Downstairs W.C. Utility, Six Large Bedrooms, Two En Suite, Capacious Family Bathroom, Separate Bedsit / Flat, Vast Garden and Woodland Area surrounding the Property, Spectacular Views over the Bay, Substantial Parking, EPC Rating E

Situation: Braich Y Celyn occupies a commanding position above the Dovey Estuary, totalling just under 5800sqft, this property certainly has a wealth of versatile accommodation to offer over four floors.

Braich Y Celyn is only a short 4 minute (approx.) drive away from the charming village of Aberdovey, which is a small, peaceful seaside village nestling on the north side of the Dyfi estuary. A popular resort for many years, it has a thriving little harbour and sits within Snowdonia National Park, where the River Dyfi meets the beautiful blue waters of Cardigan Bay. In Aberdovey, you will find a range of wonderful walks for the casual and enthusiastic rambler, cycle routes, both on and off-road and a whole host of both wet and dry activities and pastimes that can be enjoyed. You will also find a wide range of bespoke shops, galleries, pubs and restaurants. While popular with holiday makers, it has a strong permanent community with year round social events and activities. The Cambrian Coast Railway has a stop at both Aberdovey and Penhelig Stations with passenger services to Tywyn, Barmouth, Harlech, Porthmadog, Pwllheli, Machynlleth and Shrewsbury.

Originally several different houses, Braich Y Celyn has been converted into one property to make a sensational home, providing some of the best views across the estuary that are available in the area.

Braich Y Celyn has a wonderful and majestic feel as you approach to the property, with its sweeping drive and park lights leading past the garden and to a gravelled area.

Inside, you are greeted by a vast entrance hall with a balcony surround. To the left is a kitchen / family room which boasts two French windows positioned either side of the log burning stove creating plentiful natural light. Adjacent, you will find the formal dining room and beyond the drawing room. The ground floor further benefits from a utility, WC and multiple French Doors to allow one to see the glorious views from every angle. On the lower ground floor is a wine cellar, games room and game larder.

On the first floor, there are three large bedrooms, (one of which is being used as a study due to the view that it provides) and both bedrooms benefit from an en suite. On the second floor, there are two further bedrooms and a separate bedsit / flat, which would be perfect for an au pair / carer or to be used as welcoming guest space.

The vast, walled garden and various glorious woodland areas that surround the property alongside the views over the bay are most certainly the 'wow' factor to Braich Y Celyn Hall, and will be sure to impress any prospective purchaser.

Directions: Briach Y Celyn is approached on the main road into Aberdovey (A493). As you near Aberdovey, there is a large layby on the left-hand side. The entrance to Braich Y Celyn is the second turning on the right next to a lodge house.Acreage:5

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