Entrance Hall * Hall * Dining Room * Drawing Room * Kitchen * Lounge Area * Utility * Cloakroom * 6 Bedrooms - two with en-suite facilities and Bedroom 6 with en-suite and small kitchen * Family Bathroom * Basement with Games Rooms and Wine Cellar * Beautiful Landscaped Gardens of Approx. 5 acres * Stunning Views * EPC Rating: E * SituationSituation
The property is situated to the East of the picturesque village of Aberdovey. A popular base for many outdoor pursuits. Aberdovey enjoys a range of amenities to include well reputed restaurants, public houses and cafes. Sailing, fishing an international golf course is just a few of the leisure facilities that can be enjoyed in the area. Aberdovey is famed for its sandy beaches and stunning, unspoilt coastline. The nearby town of Machynlleth offers a further range of s hopping and leisure facilities. Good road networks give access to Welshpool, Oswestry, Chester and beyond. A rail service runs from Aberdovey to Shrewsbury and beyond.
Braich Y Celyn Hall is an impressive and substantial detached house dating back about 400 years, with superb far reaching views over the grounds and estuary towards the sea and sitting in just under 5 acres of landscaped grounds.
The house is of much historical merit, believed to have once been a two storey farmhouse, with the third floor being added in the Regency Era and a third wing in the Victorian reign.
The Accommodation is arranged as follows:
The front door opens into a magnificent galleried hall with access to all ground floor rooms and central staircase to the first floor. The triple aspect kitchen/breakfast room and open plan sitting room spans the entire length of one gable. Two French doors open out onto the garden with wonderful views over the gardens and grounds towards the Aberdovey Estuary. The main focal point in the dining room is the cast iron fireplace with two arched recesses to each side and French doors out to the garden. The drawing room has and open fireplace and three sets of French doors to the garden.
On the lower ground floor there is a generous games room, wine cellar and game larder.
The main stairway leads to the first floor, where the master and second bedroom suites are located. Both have fitted wardrobes and en-suite bathrooms and benefit from wonderful views over the Welsh coastline. Bedroom three is presently used as an office/computer room.
Further stairs lead to the second floor with three further bedrooms and a family bathroom,. Bedroom 6 has an en-suite shower room and also a small kitchen (ideal for staff accommodation or separate annexed accommodation.)
The grounds amount to just under five acres and include a wide range of specimen shrubs and trees whilst providing wonderful views as well as ample parking and two large garages.
The driveway leads up through glorious woodland to a large parking area spanning the rear of the hall. The surrounding land offers wonderful variance, with areas of woodland, walled garden, lawns and extensive well stocked borders, offering a variety of rare shrubs and trees including rhododendrons, blue mimosa, magnolia, burnt sugar tree, weeping beech and birch and an array of other specimens that are only able to survive in the favourable south facing location.
From Dyfi River crossing at Machynlleth, follow the A493 signposted Aberdyfi. After approximately 8.5 miles there is an entrance on the right by a small white cottage, take this and follow the tarmacadam driveway keeping right and at the end of the driveway you will find the Hall.
If approaching from Aberdyfi, the Hall is approximately 0.5 miles out of the village on the left and the follow the directions as above from A493 entrance.
These are for general guidance only. You are responsible to confirm accuracy by inspection.