Savills | Chwilog, Pwllheli, Gwynedd, LL53 6PR | Properties for sale
2,872 sq ft(266.82 sq m)
Guide price £595,000

ChwilogPwllheli, Gwynedd, LL53 6PR

  • Under offer

Key features

  • 5 bedrooms & 4 bathrooms
  • Open plan vaulted living/dining room
  • Separate lounge/dining room
  • Dining Kitchen
  • Annex/Garden Kitchen
  • Garage & workshop
  • Swimming pool & Tennis Court
  • About 2.7 acres

Superb barn conversion with 2.7 acres, swimming pool and hard tennis court, between Pwllheli and Criccieth in the Lyn Peninsula

About this property

  • Well presented and offering a wealth of character, this superb barn conversion offers something for everyone. Not only a comfortable family home with a wonderful vaulted main reception area, but featuring an adjoining cottage with a second kitchen and a well appointed en suite master bedroom with a spiral staircase. This arrangement allows for separate letting of the cottage or the main house. The ground floor link was closed off some years ago, but could easily be re-instated allowing the seamless integration of the two properties, with the second kitchen being an ideal garden kitchen for barbecues and outside entertaining.

    There are great opportunities for entertaining in style, not just tennis parties, but with the telescopically covered swimming pool for an extended season. The grounds extend to about 2.7 acres and include a landscaped garden area, vegetable gardens, a paddock and lawns, all set at the head of a long gated drive. The double garage and workshop provide plenty of space for the garden equipment and changing rooms.

    The double front door opens into the galleried vaulted living room with its oak floor and wood burning stove, to the right hand side an inner hall has a staircase, a store room and a bathroom. On the first floor are a single bedroom and a double with French doors to the balcony and fitted wardrobes.

    To the left of the main living room is the large dining kitchen with granite surfaces, tiled floors and integrated Bosch appliances. A hall lies off with an outside door, an inner hall has a staircase with a store below and a cloaks/shower room with a utility area and the central heating boiler. On the first floor there are two double bedrooms with French doors to the balcony and a shower room.

    An access door to the master bedroom leads off the landing and this has an en suite bathroom and a spiral staircase leading down to the cottage lounge/dining room with its wood burning stove and an adjoining well appointed kitchen with integrated appliances and a door to the rear terrace.

    The rear terrace is perfect for entertaining and features a pizza oven and plenty of space for barbecues. The hard tennis court lies at the rear along with a paddock area and the heated swimming pool with its retractable telescopic cover is at the rear of the garden.

Delightfully private country house with adjoining annex, swimming pool and tennis court

Mark HoldenProperty agent

Local information

  • Pwllheli: 4 miles, Criccieth: 5 miles, Portmaddog: 10 miles, Caernarfon: 20 miles, A55 Bangor: 26 miles, Chester: 80 miles, Manchester: 123 miles, Liverpool: 97 miles, Birmingham: 132 miles
  • This traditional stone built barn stands at the head of a long gated driveway about one mile south west of Chwilog, amidst wonderful Welsh countryside. Set within about 2.7 acres of grounds including the main house, an adjoining annex, garaging, a hard tennis court and a swimming pool with a retractable telescoping cover, this is a mini estate and a hidden gem.
  • The village has a Post Office and general store, a renowned butchers and a primary school. Both Pwllheli and Criccieth are equidistant and offer a comprehensive range of shopping, recreational and educational facilities, with a variety of restaurants and in Pwllheli, a marina and supermarkets. The holiday hot-spots of Abersoch, Llanbedrog and Nefyn are within easy reach.
  • The Lynn Peninsular is a holiday destination for many, with its microclimate influenced by the Gulf Stream, has wonderful beaches, pretty villages and has a backdrop of Snowdonia and the Welsh Mountains. About 2.5 to 3 hours away from the main conurbations of the North West and the midlands Ysgubor Degwm has been a successful holiday letting property in addition to its use as a delightful family holiday home.

Additional information

  • EPC Rating = D