Meaning “Accommodation of the Farmer” (who keeps livestock)
From the 1975 Auction Catalogue (Lot 7)
A CHARMING MODERNISED SMALL COUNTRY HOUSE
occupying a unique site on high ground with extensive views, situated on the south-east side of the Estate and only about 2 miles from Dolgellau Town. The House, which probably enjoys one of the finest sites on the Estate, lies a short way back from the public road and is approached by a right of way over a hard road on Ty-Mawr Farm (Lot 6). Built of stone, with slate roof, with a partly timbered and whitened wall and partly slate hung wall, the accommodation comprises:
ON THE GROUND FLOOR:
Kitchen, 12ft. by 10ft. 10in., with Rayburn, airing cupboard and sink (h. and c.). Larder. Coal Store. Stairs down to Lounge, 20ft. by 17ft., with stone fireplace and exposed timbers. Picture windows with magnificent views to Cader Idris and over the Valley. Bathroom with bath and basin (both h. and c.).
ON THE FIRST FLOOR:
Landing. Bedroom, 13ft. 6in. by 10ft. 6in., with fitted cupboard and storage cupboard off. Separate W.C. with hand basin (h. and c.). Steps from ground floor Store Room to: Bedroom, 13ft. by 10ft. 6in., with exposed beams. Bedroom, 9ft. 6in. by 5ft. 8in. Boxroom. Housemaid’s Closet with sink (h. and c.) and w.c.
Two Workshops, Garage, Greenhouse and Potting Shed.
A Delightful Garden surrounds the House and included on the east are Two Small Paddocks of over one acre.
SERVICES: Main electricity connected. Water piped from spring and tank on Ty Mawr (Lot 6). Septic tank drainage.
This Lot extends altogether to about
This Lot is let to Mrs. E.H. Parry on a 15 years full repairing lease from 10th July, 1961, at 5p per annum.
Rateable Value: £94.