The property Cartref is a handsome Edwardian family house situated close to the beach within the sought after Welsh coastal village of Aberdovey.
Providing versatile and spacious accommodation, it has been run as a successful Bed and Breakfast and now combines as a wonderful family house and holiday let. The property has four well-proportioned reception rooms located off the inner hallway with stunning Minton flooring. The dining room and attractive drawing room with cornicing, log burner and bay window are used by the Bed and Breakfast guests. To the rear of the property is a further dining room with french doors and sitting room with bespoke built bookcases, along with the kitchen/breakfast room with a range of fitted units, Belling Range cooker and Quarry tiled floor. The useful study area, utility room and cloakrook complete the ground floor accommodation.
Stairs rise to the first floor where there are five bedrooms, all with en suite and storage facilities. On the second floor three further bedrooms are served by a family bathroom, one of which with an ensuite cloakroom. There is the addition of a laundry room which could also function as a bedroom. The landing provides ample eaves storage and access to the loft.
Location Cartref is situated within the pretty, coastal village of Aberdovey, enjoying sea views in the distance. The house is close to a range of bespoke shops, galleries, pubs, restaurants and a post office is conveniently located nearby.
Historically a small fishing and trading village, the advent of the railway in the 19th Century saw Aberdovey become an exclusive Victorian holiday destination noted for its exceptional views and fine beach. Today it has retained its exclusivity and is noted for its famous 18 hole championship links golf course, its colourful summer sailing regattas, watersports and its easy access to the many outdoor activities in the Snowdonia National Park.
The nearby town of Machynlleth offers a further range of shopping, leisure and social facilities including supermarkets and banks. Good road networks give access to Welshpool, Shrewsbury and beyond, along with a regular rail service to Shrewsbury and Birmingham.
Outside The property is accessed over a paved forecourt providing parking, along with a lawned south facing garden and covered verandah and seating area to the front.
The two patio areas are accessed from the house to the rear, with a terraced garden rising above, stocked with a number of mature shrubs and with a seating area from where the sea views can be enjoyed. The workshop could be converted into a sauna or steam room if this appeals.
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