A detached former Chapel house together with the former Vestry of Chapel Bryn Rodyn, standing in a private setting with views over the surrounding countryside to the mountains. The Chapel house retains character features including sash windows, feature staircase, coved ceilings, original built in cupboards. The property benefits from of fired oil central heating, PVCu double glazing, modern newly fitted kitchen by Steil with Neff appliances and Quooker tap. The property briefly comprises entrance porch, entrance hall, lounge with multi fuel stove, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room with Solarlux bifolding doors installed by Peninsula windows and a feature inset wood burning stove, utility porch, cloakroom with underfloor heating, 4 spacious first floor bedrooms, bathroom and a wet room with under floor heating, lawned garden with timber workshops, rear courtyard with range of outhouses used as two store rooms, log store and a laundry room, feature patio garden to the side. The Vestry retaining character features briefly comprises entrance hall, reception room, meeting room, Chapel, kitchen, w.c., first floor store room and large parking area to the front. In our opinion the property and vestry have potential for a variety of uses subject to the usual consents.
The Chapel House
Lounge (12' 5'' x 13' 9'' (3.78m x 4.19m))
Dining Room (12' 4'' x 16' 4'' (3.76m x 4.97m))
Kitchen/Breakfast Room (20' 10'' x 12' 3'' (6.34m x 3.73m))
PVCu double glazed window to side, tiled flooring, PVCu double glazed back door, built in storage cupboard.
Bedroom 1 (12' 4'' x 13' 10'' (3.76m x 4.22m))
Bedroom 2 (12' 5'' x 16' 5'' (3.78m x 5.00m))
Bedroom 3 (11' 9'' x 10' 2'' (3.58m x 3.10m))
Bedroom 4 (8' 8'' x 12' 4'' (2.64m x 3.76m))
Reception Room (15' 7'' x 13' 10'' (4.75m x 4.21m))
Meeting Room (18' 5'' x 15' 7'' (5.61m x 4.75m))
Chapel (42' 0'' x 28' 5'' (12.79m x 8.65m))
Kitchen (16' 5'' x 11' 10'' (5.00m x 3.60m))
First Floor Store Room (17' 0'' x 15' 5'' (5.18m x 4.70m))
Situated on the edge of the village of Dolydd and within minutes of the Historic Castle Town of Caernarfon, Llys Myfyr is placed within an enviable location between the Menai Straits and Snowdonia Mountain Range, a mere short distance away from the some of the country’s best views, castle and tourist attractions.
Caernarfon is a royal town and port in Gwynedd, which lies along the eastern shore of the Menai Strait, opposite the Isle of Anglesey. Caernarfon Castle is a World Heritage Site.
For the Golfing enthusiasts Caernarfon Golf Club is located between the Mountains of Eryri and the Menai Straits, the Club can boast some magnificent views.
The mainline railway station is located in the City of Learning Bangor, providing a service to London in just over 3 hours, the port of Holyhead, some 32 miles away is the main port for sailing to Ireland.
Caernarfon Airport is located in the heart of Snowdonia, operating scenic and training flights, with an on-site aviation museum, home to Wales Air Ambulance and the hm Coastguard Helicopters.
For the boating enthusiasts there is an impressive marina complex at Dock Victoria, Caernarfon. The Victoria Dock is situated within reasonable distance for any of the main visitor attractions of North Wales, such as Snowdonia National Park, both Snowdon and Highland Railways, Caernarfon Castle, Electric Mountain along with many other places of interest.
The Snowdonia national park is right on your doorstep, allowing for a range of outdoor activities from hill walking, mountaineering and rock climbing.
Llys Myfyr is mere minutes away from the Cycle path to Caernarfon in one direction and to Llanaelhaearn .in the other direction.
The Llyn Peninsula and The Isle of Anglesey has some of the best beaches in Wales.