Braich y Celyn Hall .
Braich y Celyn Hall, ., Aberdovey, Powys, LL35 0RD
- Bedrooms: 5
- Bathrooms: 4
- Receptions: 0
- Parking Spaces: 4
Guide Price 1,150,000
Braich y Celyn Hall, The Aberdovey Manor House is a four hundred year old historic property on a stunning area of the Welsh Coast in the Snowdonia National Park, set in approximately 5 acres of land with outstanding views over the Dovey Estuary.
Entrance Hall, five bedrooms three with ensuite and a further bedroom currently used as a study overlooking the estuary and a Family Bathroom.
Formal Lounge, Dining Room, Kitchen/Breakfast room, drawing room. The beautifully decorated central staircase leads to the first floor landing with
bedrooms one and two both ensuite and bedroom five which is currently used as a study with views over the Dovey Estuary.
Two further bedrooms and a separate Bedsit area for guests or a companion. The lower floor has a Cellar, Game Larder and Games Room
Outside the beautifully landscaped gardens and woodland areas overlook the estuary where the River Dyfi joins Cardigan Bay, Garage and ample parking on the private driveway.
The bright and spacious kitchen with restored units, has an integrated Gas Hob and Gas Cooker and Dishwasher.
On the dramatic coastline of Snowdonia National Park.
Seaside award winning Aberdovey is popular with sailors the Dovey Yacht club, water skiers and wind surfers, the R.N.L.I. life boat station is adjacent to the lovely sandy beach.
Aberdovey, Gwynedd, LL35 0RD. Braich y Cellyn Hall’s private driveway is approached on the A493 coastal road into Aberdovey from Machynlleth
pass a large lay by on your left and take the second turning on the right past the lodge house. Welshpool 50 miles, Aberdovey 1.3 miles, Aberystwyth 27 Miles, Shrewsbury 66 miles, Chester 80 miles (all approximate). There is a railway station with a link to Birmingham.
Aberdovey has an 18 hole Links Golf Course set amongst the sand dunes, designed by James Braid, where you will receive a warm welcome .
No Property Floor Plans available