Light-filled open-plan living area
Lower ground floor studio suite
Edge of village location
Modern Morso wood burning stove
Heart of Snowdonia
Stunning, stylish 19th century 3 bedroom house, with versatile lower-ground studio floor; tastefully modernised but retaining original features. On the edge of Penmachno village and the Gwydyr forest in the Snowdonia National Park, four miles from Betws-y-Coed.
The large picture window to the front of t he house makes the open-plan living area a light-filled airy space. Oak flooring, wooden beams, original stone features, raised slate-tiled hearth, wood-burning stove and spot-lighting tastefully merge old and new.
The theme continues through an archway into the dining area with slate and wood features.
Off the dining area, the hand-built pine kitchen and utility room provides all cooking and washing services in a compact, well-planned space.
On the first floor are three bright bedrooms and a modern bathroom.
On the lower ground floor (with its own street access) are two further rooms, two hall spaces, a walk-in wardrobe and modern shower room.
A short distance from the house, behind high gates, is a private, secluded, lawned garden with patio/parking area and potting shed - uninterrupted views of surrounding hills and forest.
Services: Mains water, Economy 7 electricity and drainage/sewage; night storage heating; property recently rewired and replumbed.
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