A house on the water, so close to the estuary that the owner could skim stones from the front door, is for sale for £ 850,000. The owners of the picturesque property in Aberdovey, West Wales, will be able to enjoy their own piece of peaceful paradise. on the waterfront, with the chance to dine on their own terrace next to the mouth of the Dovey. The four-storey four-bedroom house, called Pls Dyfi, is being sold along with its own slipway to the water. The rooms are furnished to fully enjoy the view of the seascape and the beautiful surrounding landscape. The property has been owned by John Tildesley for 55 years and he has owned it for the last 15 years by his wife Sally. His father fell in love with the area when he was in a nearby camp in the Second World War and bought a caravan he held near Aberdovey before buying Plas Dyfi. When Mr. Tildesley, 59, took over, he decided to restore it to its original glory and had completely renovated the house. The house has 2.127 m² of accommodation. On the ground floor there is a kitchen / dining room and a boat and equipment shop with a wet shower and space designed for drying beachwear and wetsuits.
Lake Dyfi is a beautifully presented and recently renovated Georgian four-storey property located directly on the waterfront of the mouth of the Dovey
Blue painted Plas Dyfi stands prominently along the waterfront of the coastal town of Aberdovey with its own terrace
This kitchen / dining room features a wide seating area by the window, modern tiled floors and an open fireplace with a wood-burning stove
The house has sliding windows overlooking the seascape and offers attractive accommodation with plenty of natural light
On the first and second floor there are four double bedrooms and two bathrooms, each bedroom enjoys the excellent sea views
The oak staircase leads to the modern open kitchen with dining area on the ground floor
The coastal town at the mouth of the Dyfi River is known for its sandy beaches and unspoilt coastline. The sitting room is located on the floor above, facing south and with two large bay windows that fill the room with light, with a study behind it and there are four bedrooms and two bathrooms spread over the top two floors. Historically, Aberdovey was a small fishing and trading village, but became an exclusive Victorian holiday destination with the arrival of rail in the 19th century. It is still an exclusive spot popular with holidaymakers and has a well-known golf course, sailing regattas in the summer and access to water sports and outdoor activities in the Snowdonia National Park. Mr. Tildesley, a retired engineer, said: "When I took it 15 years ago, it became a house of special interest with Cadw – the Welsh version of English Heritage." I wanted to restore it to the original state, so we had original cast-iron gutters and a good view, plastic from the windows and completely renovated. Then we also modernized the inside.
Views: Historically a small fishing and trading village, the arrival of the railway in the 19th century saw Aberdovebie become an exclusive Victorian holiday destination
Large windows illuminate the house with natural light. The large rooms offer enough space for a family to live at home
The seaside resort at the mouth of the Dyfi River is known for its sandy beaches and unspoilt coastline and the beautiful surrounding countryside and hills offers an impressive backdrop
The house has a front door on the other side, along with the other picture postcard perfect properties next to it
The rooms of the house are dominated by the view of boats on their moorings in the estuary and the hills behind it "It is a pretty unique house.It is the only house in Aberdovey with direct access to the beach and the sea. sit on the terrace and water can run around your feet. "In the past, it flowed away every ten years, but that has now all been resolved." It's as close to the water as you can really become. "And it's just that most incredible view. It is south facing and you can look up and down the river mouth and from the upper bedroom you look directly around the corner of the estuary. It is simply spectacular. "There is a deep keel moored just outside the house, the water is quite deep in that part of the estuary, you get boats that sail within 20 or 30ft of the windows." You can go swimming outside your front door and then just step into your wet room to clean up. "It would be a very good commercial return for someone if they wanted to run it as a holiday home or if it would be a beautiful family home." The property is on the market with real estate agent Strutt & Parker. A spokesman said: "This is a unique and unusual Georgian house in a beautiful waterfront location with a private driveway to the beach and a beautiful view over the Dovey Estuary."
There is a bathroom on each floor of the property, which also has its own driveway to the beach and a beautiful view over the mouth of the Dovey.
The ramp down into the water ensures that the residents have easy access while there is ample space to sit and enjoy the outside
The boat and equipment store has the added advantage of a functional shower in wet room, separate W.C and space for drying beachwear and diving suits.
Plas Dyfi is a beautifully presented and recently renovated Georgian four-storey building located on the waterfront overlooking the mouth of the Dovey. The map shows the layout of the house