Homes with an unusual roof – in pictures

Arthog Hall is a Grade II-listed country house, at the southern end of Snowdonia national park, built in a castellated style with mock battlements. Dating back to around 1833, it offers flexible accommodation, including a self-contained flat in need of improvement, a mews cottage now used as a holiday let, and a former coach house, all set in about 4.5 acres. The six-bed main house has views across the River Mawddach estuary. Arthog is best known for hiking, but you can also hop on the steam railway that climbs the highest peak in Wales. £899,950.

McCartneys, 01938 484 984


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