Tremora, Llanaber, Barmouth LL42 1AJ
    OIRO £1,350,000
    5 bedroom detached house for sale
    Standing proudly in the heart of Llanaber, Tremora is a fascinating and unique property built in the early 1900’s. Famous for its Domes and interesting arts & crafts features, Tremora offers fantastic panoramic sea views, looking out to the Llyn Peninsula.

    This spacious and charming property has been upgraded over the years to include a contemporary stylish kitchen with orangery, a new master bedroom with en-suite bathroom and has been totally re-roofed in 2015/2016. This Edwardian property offers a wealth of character and has been beautifully and patiently restored, maintaining many of its original features including fireplaces and stain glass windows whilst adding some modern styling and comforts. All rooms offer their own nod to the history of the property and the library offers the perfect atmosphere.

    Tremora is approached by two separate driveways leading to a central car park area to the rear of the property with ample space for parking. On the outer roadside edge of the property situated behind the large wrought iron gates sits a detached chapel built in approximately 1875 retaining many of its characterful features, a fantastic conversion project.

    Situated in the grounds is a one-bedroomed annexe suitable for holiday letting or ideal for extra accommodation, two double garages suitable for storage are located next door. The surrounding landscaped gardens consist of levelled terraces, four lawn areas to the front of the property, large lawn area to the side, patios with mature shrubs and planting all with a mixture of hedges and stone wall boundaries.

    Within walking distance of the property is the picturesque seaside town of Barmouth, located on the West Coast of North Wales and lying between a mountain range and the sea on the mouth of the river Mawddach it is arguably one of the most beautiful locations in Wales. The town itself offers an array of restaurants, pubs, cafes and local independent shops. The surrounding countryside provides superb opportunities for outdoor/water activities.

    A wonderful opportunity to purchase a very individual property in a great location, viewings are highly recommended to appreciate all the charm Tremora has to offer.

    Council Tax Band: H (£3791.68)
    Tenure: Freehold


    • Prestigious 4/5 bedroom detached property
    • Original Features and Character
    • Beautiful landscaped gardens and patios
    • One bedroom annexe
    • Detached Former Chapel
    • Individually designed house
    • Enviously situated with stunning panoramic sea views
    w: 3.4m x l: 5.85m
    The entrance is currently via the side door to the orangery at the rear of the house. A substantial and quality built orangery of wood construction with lots of space and light. Windows and doors with low brick base. There are french doors to the opposite side with access to the garden. Tiled with under floor heating. Fitted blinds to all windows and ceiling. Spot lighting.

    Open access into:

    w: 3.77m x l: 4.87m
    Recently fitted selection of stylish base and wall units with granite worktop over. Tiled splashbacks. Undermount stainless steel sink and drainer and pull out tap over. Space for American style fridge freezer. Integrated dishwasher. Surface mounted electric hob with extractor over. Integrated wine cooler. Redfyre triple Aga style cooker. Integrated Neff eye level oven and plate warmer. Instant hot water tap. Breakfast bar/island with base storage units under. Spot lighting. Quarry tile flooring.
    w: 2.18m x l: 2.25m
    Built in wooden shelving with slate topped lower shelf. Base storage unit laminate worktop and wall mounted cupboard over. Space for fridge freezer. Window to side. Quarry tile flooring.

    Door leads into:
    Boiler Room
    w: 2.17m x l: 2.77m
    Wall mounted cupboard. Undermount Belfast sink. Oil Boiler. Small window to side and large window to rear. Tiled flooring.
    Inner hallway from kitchen has doors off to:
    w: 3.62m x l: 3.99m
    Edwardian style decorated room very much fit for purpose. Floor to ceiling fitted wooden book shelves. Period style stone and marble fireplace. Feature patterned ceiling. Wall lighting. Window to side with garden views. Carpet.
    w: 2.27m x l: 3.17m
    Base and wall units with laminate worktop over. Space and plumbing for washing machine and dryer. Undermount belfast sink. Wooden frame window to side with secondary glazing. Spot lighting. Radiator. Quarry tile flooring.
    w: 2.65m x l: 9.01m
    Large hallway central to the house with doors off to all main rooms. Period oak wall paneling and doors with oak floorboards. Oak ceiling beams and picture rail. French wooden glazed doors to original entrance hallway. (currently not in use). Further French glazed doors to Reception 1. Ornate oak wooden staircase. Radiator. Storage cupboard.
    Reception Room 1
    w: 4.14m x l: 6.08m
    Light and spacious room with stone and oak fireplace housing multi fuel log burner. Large wooden and glazed door leads to front porch. Windows either side. Oak wall panelling and floorboards. Picture rail and oak ceiling beams. Pendant lighting.
    Front Porch
    Central front porch with access from main receptions to make an ideal garden room. UPVC windows and doors to front with access to patio and garden. Spot lighting. Tiled flooring.
    Reception Room 2
    w: 6.98m x l: 8.24m
    Spacious and light room with large bay window area. Coving, ceiling roses, picture rails. High oak skirting. Five UPVC windows form the bay area giving stunning views to the sea and mountains. Further door to side with access to front porch. Further windows to the side with views to the garden. Archway feature encloses stone and wood fireplace. Solid oak flooring. Electric stove fire on stone hearth. Radiators. Pendant lighting.
    Reception Room 3
    w: 6.06m x l: 8.07m
    Known as the Green Room, another large light and spacious room with large bay area. Oak and marble fireplace housing feature coal fire. Ceiling roses, coving and picture rails. Wooden glazed door with access to front porch. Windows to side with views to garden. Five UPVC windows form bay area with views to the sea and garden. Radiators. Carpet flooring.
    w: 2.64m x l: 2.88m
    Strong period feature wash room with large wash stand. Tiled walls with William Morris wall paper above. Stained glass side window to side with secondary glazing. Door into toilet with low level WC and continued tiled and papered wall décor. Stainless glass window to rear. Pendant lighting. Quarry tile flooring.
    w: 4.72m x l: 9.04m
    Oak panelled walls encase the ornate oak wooden staircase which leads up from lower hallway up to a half landing which sits at the foot of the original four section stained glass windows depicting ships and fish looking out to the rear of the property. Steps continue up to the main landing space. There is a oak wooden fire surround with tiled back and hearth. Further smaller stained glass windows to the rear with same theme glass. Pendant chandelier lighting. Oak panelled doors lead off to all main rooms.
    Master Suite
    w: 6.76m x l: 6.04m
    Recently refurbished master suite with five window bay giving excellent views over the sea and to the mountains. Door giving access to central balcony. Picture rail, coving and pendant lighting. Spot lighting over bed. Built in wardrobe. Walk in fitted Hammond wardrobes. Carpet flooring.
    w: 4.72m x l: 2.39m
    Ensuite bathroom with oval freestanding bath with floor mounted tap and hand held shower over. Large walk through shower enclosure with oversized shower head over and base lighting. Spot lighting, heated towel rail, vanity wash hand basin with fountain tap, low level WC, LED illuminating mirror, fully tiled walls and floor. Window to rear, 2 x windows to side with sea views. Tiled under floor heating.
    Bedroom 2
    w: 5.5m x l: 4.02m
    Large window overlooking panoramic sea views, door leading onto balcony , coved ceilings, picture rails, pendant lighting, built in wardrobes, radiator, carpet.
    Bedroom 3
    w: 7.04m x l: 4.4m
    Window and door to rear leading onto balcony with sea views towards the Llyn Peninsula, 5 windows into bay, coved ceiling, picture rails, pendant lighting, built in wardrobes, 3 radiators, carpet.

    Door into:
    En-suite to room 3
    w: 2.32m x l: 2.18m
    "P" Shaped panelled bath with shower screen, mains shower over, vanity wash hand basin and WC, heated towel rail, spot lights, LED Illuminating mirror, fully tiled walls and tiled underfloor heating.
    Bedroom 4
    w: 4.31m x l: 5.05m
    Window to side with sea views, coved ceiling, picture rail, pendant lighting, radiator, carpet

    Door into:
    Wet Room
    Window to side, mains shower, wash hand basin, fully tiled walls and flooring.
    Rear Hallway
    Loft hatch, radiator, doors off to:
    Linen Room
    Housing hot water tank, shelving and carpet.
    Dressing Room
    Stained glass window to side, built in wardrobes, radiator.
    Family Bathroom
    w: 2.86m x l: 2.7m
    Small stained glass window to side with secondary glazing, window to rear, free standing roll top bath with mixer shower attachment, mains shower over, spot lights, radiator, low level WC, fully tiled walls and floor.
    Storage cupboard, coved ceiling, ceiling rose/pendant lighting, staircase leading to kitchen.
    Study/Occasional 5th Bedroom
    w: 4.75m x l: 3.36m
    Window to side and rear, spot lighting, Hammond fitted storage units, shelving, radiator, carpet.
    Open plan living/kitchen/dining room, double bedroom and shower room with shower and WC
    Once used as a community hall and Sunday school to the nearby church, main single room with small separate entrance porch. In need of renovation.
    Two double garages with hand basin and WC, electric
    Double entrance - one with large wrought iron gates, one with driveway leading to main house.

    Split into landscaped terraces with a mixture of lawn and patios area (four small lawns to front).

    Stone walls with hedge boundary, substantial greenhouse by chapel, shared driveway owned by vendor but with Sisial y Mor having a right of access (gentleman's agreement with regards to any maintenance) shared costs.
    Mains: water, electric, (hot water tank in airing cupboard).
    Heating - oil boiler to serve all of property.
    Shared drainage/sewerage system, shared costs for maintenance sited on Sisal y Mor with Tremora piped into this.
    Reference: RS0761
    Branch: Barmouth
    Whilst every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of these details, it should be noted that the measurements are approximate only. Floorplans are for representation purposes only and prepared according to the RICS Code of Measuring Practice by our floorplan provider. Therefore, the layout of doors, windows and rooms are approximate and should be regarded as such by any prospective purchaser. Any internal photographs are intended as a guide only and it should not be assumed that any of the furniture/fittings are included in any sale. Where shown, details of lease, ground rent and service charge are provided by the vendor and their accuracy cannot be guaranteed, as the information may not have been verified and further checks should be made either through your solicitor/conveyance. Where appliances, including central heating, are mentioned, it cannot be assumed that they are in working order, as they have not been tested. Please also note that wiring, plumbing and drains have not been checked.
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