41 Maesbrith is a semi-detached property under a slated roof. It is located in a slightly elevated position with views towards open countryside from the front of the property. The property is situated on a popular estate and presented in excellent condition. Viewing is highly recommended.
This charming picturesque cottage is situated in the old part of Barmouth, built into the rock with original features, wood beams and log burner. You climb some steps up from the street to the property where you get to see beautiful panoramic views.
Genuine, rare, opportunity to acquire an immaculate, spacious and elegant 4 storey Victorian built semi-detached house, suitable for multi family occupancy or to generate an income from Bed and Breakfast. The beautiful views across the harbour out to sea make viewing essential.
This outstanding property comprises a detached 4-bedroomed house together with a 1-bedroomed ground floor annexe. The main family accommodation is on the upper floors and the property has the benefit of oil-fired central heating and double-glazed units.
A fully restored Mill House and Cottage set in spectacular grounds with views of the Mawddach Estuary and Cader Idris range of mountains. Originally forming part of the Glan y Mawddach Estate this stunning Mill House is located on the north side of the estuary between Dolgellau and Barmouth.
This splendid elevated location provides enviable, stunning views from the house as far as the Lleyn Peninsula and Bardsey Island. Bronydd is an immaculately presented detached house, with the benefit of a 2-bedroomed annexe, standing in grounds of approximately 1/3rd of an acre.
An opportunity to acquire a property presently divided into four apartments and situated on the outskirts of Barmouth with superb views of Barmouth Harbour and Cardigan Bay. There are two 1-bedroomed apartments, with a separate access at the side of the property and both apartments have HMO Licence