Originating from the arts and crafts era, Coed Y Glyn is a fine example of a property of its age, retaining an impressive amount of original features. A handsome Edwardian property, with high ceilings, leaded windows and an enviable orientation, it has been exceptionally well maintained by the owners who have taken every care to keep the property as true to its original specification as possible. It has well laid out accommodation with the main reception room and sun terrace found to the front of the property taking advantage of the awe-inspiring south facing views towards the Aberdovey estuary. Most notable is the central dining hall with double French doors leading out to the front terrace, which is laid with blue Yorkstone. The drawing room also has sets of French doors giving an abundance of natural light and access to the terraced area. Three main reception rooms have fantastic oak floors and solid oak doors. The traditionally fitted kitchen, with granite worktops, utility room, pantry and downstairs cloakroom/W.C. complete the ground floor accommodation. The principle oak staircase, together with a back staircase from the kitchen, leads to the first floor landing. The master bedroom has fantastic views over the grounds and the estuary and is served by a sizeable en-suite bathroom. This room, along with bedrooms two and three have access via French doors on to a wonderful south facing first floor balcony. The remaining bedrooms and two further shower/bathrooms complete the first floor accommodation. The Cottage Converted by the current owners in 2006, the detached cottage provides a sizeable sitting room, kitchen/breakfast room, utility room and ground floor shower room, with a first floor double bedroom. This cottage could be used for secondary accommodation as well as providing a potential income. Outside Sweeping up through the beautiful landscaped gardens, the driveway leads into a courtyard area to the front of the house and on to a double garage. The exceptional gardens have been designed to create a number of sitting areas with beautiful vistas. There are borders planted with mature shrubs and herbaceous plants, walkways and shaded wooded areas, where shrubs and trees thrive in the microclimate.