Twr-yGwynt is a period house dating back from around 1920 located by the beautiful Glaslyn Estuary in North Wales. The house has spacious accommodation full of charm, with a guest suite on the ground floor and three double bedrooms on the first floor; the master suite has French windows opening onto a decked balcony.

Downstairs the drawing room has an open fireplace, and the fitted study is an excellent space for working or relaxing. The dining room opens into a panelled family sitting room which also connects to the modern kitchen. The second floor flat is accessed from an external spiral staircase, or through a door in the house off the landing. It can be separate or used as part of the house, and offers a sitting room, kitchen and dining area, three bedrooms and a bathroom.

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Outside is the decked veranda which extends into the garden and offers panoramic views of the estuary and mountains. The front garden has a formal lawn and to the side is a copse of pine trees with a treehouse, behind which is a raised garden with grassed areas, rock outcrops and shrubs.

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Twy-y-Gwynt enjoys a wonderful position overlooking the Glaslyn Estuary against the backdrop of the mountains and the Snowdonia National Park. The house has direct access to sandy beaches and is walking distance from the village of Borth-y-Gest with its natural harbour. There are further amenities nearby in Porthmadog. Caernarfon is 19 miles.

The guide price is £1.1m. For further information please contact Jackson-Stops & Staff on 01244 328 361 or visit www.jackson-stops.co.uk.

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