Crowrach Uchaf, Bwlchtocyn
Crowrach Uchaf, Bwlchtocyn, LL53 7BY
4 Bedroom Cottage – 3 Bedroom Barn Conversion – Sea views & Land
Offering breathtaking, panoramic sea and countryside views, Crowrach Uchaf is a property in an elevated position and not to be missed. This four bedroom Welsh Cottage comes complete with a converted 3 bedroom barn and approximately 1.7 acres of land with far reaching views.
Crowrach Uchaf is ideally located on the Llyn Peninsula, less than half a mile walk to Porth Ceiriad beach, 20 minutes walk to The Porth Tocyn Hotel, and 5 minutes drive to the ever popular coastal village of Abersoch.
The history of this Farmstead dates back to 1841.
Viewings at this property are highly recommended to fully appreciate what it has to offer.
Crowrach Uchaf House
The farmhouse has retained many original features although it has been renovated over the years, the exposed beams and stone work fireplace help keep the properties traditional feeling. The property benefits from sea views on all four corners, overlooking the ever popular Abersoch bay.
A comfortable and fully equipped farmhouse kitchen serves the property. The kitchen leads into the open plan living and dining room, benefitting from exposed beams and two open fireplaces creating a warm and cosy family environment. The living area provides access to the sun room. The sun room is an exceptionally pleasant space to enjoy the views from all windows, a warm and peaceful environment that capitalises on the surrounding scenery.
The first floor of the property consists of four moderately sized bedrooms, and a fully equipped family bathroom comprising of a full sized bath with overhead shower, wash basin with mirror and cupboard and a WC. One of the first floor bedrooms is accessed by a separate stair way off the kitchen.
Crowrach Uchaf Barn
The Barn began life as a dairy shed and pigsties, and has gone through extensive renovations modernising and converting the building into the 3 bedroom property it is today. Vaulted ceilings through the kitchen, dining and living rooms give the property a spacious feeling. The galley kitchen is both quaint and practical providing ample work tops and storage space with restored dairy farming equipment creating character.
The living room to the Northern corner of the building is spacious and cosy, using a modern log burner as a focal point. A generous dining room leads off the kitchen, light and airy with a vaulted ceiling. A mezzanine in the dining room is a useful space, currently used as an additional bedroom with restricted head room.
Two generous bedrooms, a family bathroom and a shower room can also be found on the ground floor of the Barn, with an additional bedroom upstairs.
We believe the property to be Freehold, but potential purchasers should seek clarification from their solicitor prior to an exchange of contracts.
Residential – £71,200
Second Home – £115,200
*Figures provided using Welsh Government LTT calculator
Band – E
Mains water, drainage and electricity. Oil fired central heating.
Pwllheli 7.3 miles . Porthmadog 20.3 miles . Bangor 36.7 miles . Chester 95 miles . Shrewsbury 94.2 miles . Manchester 132 miles.
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