3 bedroom cottage for sale

Trawsfynydd, Blaenau Ffestiniog LL41

Est. Mortgage £1,113 per month

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3 bedroom cottage for sale

Trawsfynydd, Blaenau Ffestiniog LL41

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148 High Street, Porthmadog, LL49 9NU
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Features

  • house
  • 3 bedrooms

Property details

Dolgam' is a beautifully presented detached property which is located in a quiet backwater of Trawsfynydd village within the heart of the Snowdonia National Park. The building itself has a heritage in the 1860's when it was a single-storey house and smithy.
This attractive and cosy stone cottage has been meticulously renovated and restored to a high standard throughout and proudly retains many of its original features yet facilitating modern lifestyles and energy needs.
The lounge has an open-plan living area featuring an impressive cast iron range with its open fire and extensive slate surround across to a previously-covered porthole' window through to the rear. The original broad slate flagstones were reinstated over thick insulation to form new ground floors and the outer walls benefit from a specialist damp proof membrane. Notably, these outer walls are 90 to 100 cm thick and, whilst this does reduce room sizes, it has enabled wonderfully deep window seats to be retained, with their internal grey wooden sills being echoed against the external thick grey slate sills.
Centre stage is a richly-coloured pine staircase with open balustrades which cleverly houses the table and chairs of the breakfasting/ dining area. Adjacent to this is a most dramatic designer' kitchen that incorporates accent lighting, a one-and-a-half bowl stainless steel sink set in a bow-fronted quartz worktop, plus integral microwave and fridge with quartz worktop, a free-standing cooker and dishwasher as well as freezer and washing machine.
The French windows lead out to a light and bright fully-glazed sun room that opens onto wooden decking incorporating a wind-out sun awning, thereby bringing the outside gardens inside. From both the south-facing gardens and conservatory there are inspiring views towards the lake and the mountain ranges, such that al fresco' dining is a must, though the conservatory is an ideal place for family dining and relaxing at any time and in any weather.
On the first floor, the landing displays the original stripped pine doors and wooden panelling. This leads to three bedrooms and a family bathroom that comprises a luxury suite and roll-top bath with shower mixer. The master bedroom retains its cast iron fireplace and enjoys space for a double bed, while the remaining two other bedrooms easily accommodate single or bunk beds.
The quality and attention to detail continue even above the first floor, with the installation of twelve solar panels on the slate roof (six on east front side and six on west rear side), together with two 2kWh solar batteries in the well-insulated loft which also houses the hot water tank. The solar panel installation is registered on the Feed-In Tariff and this generates an annual income of about £200 for 20 years from June 2018 as well as significantly minimising the electricity costs.
The gardens to the rear have been totally landscaped and terraced, and three large areas of artificial grass reflect that Dolgam' translates to Crooked Meadow'. Excavated rocks are built into feature retaining walls, as well as in gabions installed in the lower parts of the site for increased strength and good drainage. Paths are vibrant yet practical with the addition of golden gravel. Border areas are fully stocked with plants and shrubs that thrive in the Snowdonia weather and the entire border areas bear a layer of bark chippings to hold in the moisture, promote plant growth and suppress weeds.
Strong wooden fences are constructed on each boundary and the whole garden is arranged for low maintenance.
To the front of the property is an off-road parking space, adjacent to the steps and rockery. Attached to the house is the old smithy workshop and this has been retained as useful storage space or if desired it could be converted back to garaging for a small car.
** No onward chain and option for furniture to be available upon seperate negotiation. **

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Property first listed: Over a month ago

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The Est. Mortgage is for a 25 years repayment mortgage based on a 10% deposit and a 1.9% annual interest. It is only intended as a guide. Make sure you obtain accurate figures from your lender before committing to any mortgage. Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on a mortgage.

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