Dyfi Terrace, Machynlleth, Powys, SY20

SSTC 3 Bed House - Detached 

Dyfi Terrace, Machynlleth, Powys, SY20 Guide Price £295,000

Property Features

Dyfi Terrace, Dinas Mawddwy, Machynlleth, Powys, SY20 9LL
Reception Rooms:2

Contact Agent

10 Chalybeate Street
SY23 1HS
Tel: 01970 624328

About the Property

Nestled at the foot of Snowdonia National Park, a piece of history rarely available, this 2700 sq ft (plus Attic) Imposing Converted Wesleyan Chapel Residence commands views of scenic countryside and mountains – the high ceiling accommodation is characterised by these beautiful arched and coloured glass full height windows, exposed stone walls with stunning Open plan Lounge/Kitchen/Dining area with exposed floorboards, 3 bedrooms and main bathroom on the first floor.
On the Ground Floor there is a Feature Reception Hall with double arched Chapel doors with original pitch pine staircase. Side Reception Hall. Large Utility Room, Toilet, Shower Room, General Purpose Space 33′ x 32′. There is ample garden / parking area to the front which can be rare with properties of this type.
This unique character property is ideally located for holiday letting / the ground floor equally lends itself as a commercial unit to be let out as studio OR for hot desking with its separate facilities. Alternatively you would be spoilt with fantastic “work from home space” it affords for a professional family. All in an area of breathtaking beauty!

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  • Converted Wesleyan Chapel
  • Character 2700 ft sq
  • Good First Floor living space
  • Stunning Living/Kitchen/Diner
  • Stunning Location & scenic views
  • Ground Floor Space 33'x32' plus facilities
  • Ideal for mixed use
  • 2 kitchens / 2 shower rooms
  • Fantastic work from home space
  • Lawned grounds mainly front garden / parking

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Property Details

Situation and Location

Dinas Mawddwy is a village in south-east Gwynedd north Wales and lies at the southern end of Snowdonia National Park. The village enjoys good access onto the A470 which connects north and south Wales. The Market Town of Machynlleth lies some 13 ½ miles south and the Market Town of Dolgellau lies some 10 miles north. Both Market Towns offer a comprehensive range of everyday amenities with public transport to all parts. There are local amenities within the village including the historic Llew Coch (Red Lion) Public house, Primary School, Post Office, bus route, community cafe/ shop and Meirion Wool Mill which has a large gift shop and is at the site of the terminus of the Mawddwy Railway. The area is rich in old slating quarry history, and the village was served by the standard gauge Mawddwy Railway which connected with the Cambrian Railway lines at Cemmaes Road. Cycling and Walking are popular with tourists including the Dinas Mawddwy, Waen-oer Ridge Mountain walk and Bwlch y Groes Mountain Pass as well as fishing in the Dyfi River.


The Chapel can be found from the Machynlleth direction by taking the left road, sign-posted Dolgellau, at Cemmaes Road road about, then left again upon reaching Brigands Inn road about, towards Dinas Mawddwy. Upon reaching the village take the second right hand turn down into the upper village. The property stands tall on its plot above the village road and can be identified by the words Wesleyan Chapel 1868, above the arched window at the front.


The property was built c1868. The external elevations are relieved with dressed stone. The main walls support a pitched roof laid with natural slate.


This residential accommodation is arranged on the first floor and offers good size rooms with character large windows offering a pleasant aspect of the garden and this beautiful surrounding area. The owners have gradually converted the property into residential accommodation during their sixty years of ownership. The property can be further adapted to individual tastes


With high ceilings

Main Reception Hall

22' x 10'1 (6.71m x 3.07m)
With feature double arched timber doors, character arched windows. Feature Original Staircase to first floor. Leading to:

Studio/ Home office/ Games room

31'8 x 33'6 max (9.65m x 10.21m max)
L shaped with 2 pillars, concrete floor, windows to both sides, four strip lights, door to secondary kitchen / utility as below ( currently used as storage and games room) SEE PHOTO 3

Side Hall

10'3 x 10'8 (3.12m x 3.25m)
With electric consumer units, quarry tiled floor, stone wall and painted brick inner walls, side door to Outside

Secondary Kitchen/Utility Room

16'4 x 10'7 (4.98m x 3.23m)
With fitted base cupboards to one side with tiled worktop surround, strip light, quarry tiled floor, window to side and doors to:

Shower Room

Shower tray with electric Triton Shower, tiling surround and quarry tiled floor. Wall mounted Fan Heater.

Separate Toilet

With stone wall, pedestal wash hand basin, low flush w.c, quarry tiled floor.


With high ceilings and full height arched windows. Side windows have cast iron railed barriers, from the original chapel.

Feature Open Plan Lounge/Dining Area

33' x 22'8 (10.06m x 6.91m)
Vigilante Green Wood burning Stove on raised Tiled Hearth, cast iron railings, from the original chapel over stairs, exposed stained floorboards. Seven glazed and coloured windows to three sides provide triple village and scenic aspects from each elevation, with focal main central window. Night storage heaters.


10'2 x 11'2 (3.10m x 3.40m)
With range of pine fitted base and eye level units with worktops above incorporating stainless steel sink drainer, Zanussi electric cooker/oven. Five drawer units.

Inner Hall

Access to Attic with 100 mm insulation at high level.

Airing Cupboard

Housing factory-lagged copper hot water cylinder with electric immersion heater.

Bedroom 1

11'7 x 11'7 (3.53m x 3.53m)
With stone wall and window to side adding natural light and pleasant aspect of Foel Mountain. Exposed stained floorboards. Night storage heater

Dressing Room

With shelves. Also suitable as an Ensuite shower room.

Bedroom 2

10'2 x 17'4 (3.10m x 5.28m)
With stone wall to two elevations, arched window adding natural light and pleasant aspect of the village and scenery. Night storage heater.

Rear Bedroom

10'3 x 16'8 (3.12m x 5.08m)
With stone wall to two elevations, adding natural light and pleasant aspect of the village and scenery. Night storage heater.


Green suite with panelled bath, low flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin, tiling to water sensitive wall areas.
Night storage heater.


The property sits in the centre of its grounds approached via a stone wall entrance driveway leading to the front. The grounds are mainly lawned, and to the front with room to create hard standing/turning area. Mature trees adding shelter and privacy at rear.


For Further Details Apply LLOYD, HERBERT & JONES who will be pleased to arrange viewing.


Mains electricity, water and drainage. Electric heating with stove fire in Lounge. Council Tax Band ''.


For Further Details Apply LLOYD, HERBERT & JONES who will be pleased to arrange viewing.
Monday to Friday 9.00am to 6pm

Saturday 9.00am to 4.00pm

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