A castellated lodge which used to be part of the Bryn Bras estate has come onto the market. Just one mile from the village of Llanrug halfway between Caernarfon and Snowdonia, the lodge dates back to the early 1800?s and is built in the form of a neo-romanesque tower mirroring the architecture of the nearby Bryn Bras castle. Most of the rooms have beamed ceilings and wooden arched windows and doors, giving the interior as much character as the outside, with details like exposed stonework throughout the property.

The house has a kitchen/dining room with a Stanley range for cooking and running the central heating and the entrance hall has a pine spiral staircase leading up to a large landing. Both the living room and master bedroom are semi-circular, and the fireplace in the bedroom has an intricately carved surround and vaulted ceiling. There are two further bedrooms upstairs.

In the garden, there is a chalet with two bedrooms, living room, kitchen and shower and a raised pond and patio area. At the rear of the property, there?s a courtyard garden and workshop/store with another raised decked area. It is on the market for £375,000 through Carter Jonas. For further information, telephone + 44 (0)1248 360410, www.carterjonas.co.uk.