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IMPRESSIVE BARN CONVERSION all-in-all set in approx. 3.317 acres, retains much ORIGINAL CHARM & CHARACTER, private walled courtyd, OUTBUILDINGS, REAR GARDEN & 2 PADDOCKS. Within short driving dist of superb beaches inc. CHURCH BAY, CEMLYN BAY NATURE RESERVE, SANDY BEACH & the picturesque coastal village of CEMAES BAY. Viewing recommended.
Impressive barn conversion, formed from we understand the former coach house of the adjacent former rectory, which boasts its own sizeable private walled courtyard and gardens with 2 adjoining paddocks, all-in-all set in we understand approx. 3.137 acres or thereabouts.
This beautiful property has been sympathetically converted and modernised retaining much of its original charm, character and materials with the conversion having being undertaken to an impressive standard. There may be a possibility for converting the outbuilding into residential accommodation (subject to all necessary permissions/consents being obtained). No enquiries have been made in this regard.
The accommodation briefly comprises of a timber entrance door with sealed double glazed panel to entrance hall which has a tiled floor, an attractive pine open joist ceiling, another partially glazed external door together with a built-in cupboard housing the oil central heating boiler with stained timber clad partition walls enclosing the bathroom. The bathroom has an attractive white suite comprising of a panelled bath with tiled surround, pedestal wash hand-basin with tiled splashback, low level W.C. and shower cubicle with electric shower, tiled floor, pine open joist ceiling; bedroom 1 having timber French doors with sealed double glazed panels and matching sidelights opening onto the front courtyard, attractive open joist ceiling. Impressive country kitchen/diner which offers an extensive range of granite work surfaces with an excellent range of handmade base cupboards with pine doors, with 2 pull-out basket drawers, wide range of wall units to accord with 2 glazed cabinet units supported off worktop, integrated single drainer white enamelled sink unit, oil fired cooking range which provides domestic hot water, extractor fan, tiled peninsula breakfast bar, tiled floor, partially glazed timber stable door opening onto the front courtyard, the kitchen/diner is open-plan with a side passageway/lobby which has another fitted worktop with single drainer stainless steel sink unit and double base cupboards, with a small lobby area from which stairs lead to the 1st floor. Thoroughly impressive lounge/diner with woodboard floor, with the dining area separated by a former chapel pew (dwarf timber partition with seat), high exposed timber rafters and purlins supported by an A-frame, there are timber sealed double glazed doors with matching sidelights to either side of the room, raised feature wall-to-wall split-level quarry tiled hearth supported on a brick base with a large multi fuel fire.
To the 1st floor are 2 interconnected bedrooms separated by a central bathroom (no 2). Bedroom 2 has a partially glazed timber stable door opening onto external stone steps and there is a double built-in airing cupboard with lagged tank and shelving. The 2nd bathroom has a stained woodboard floor with raised tiled area on which sits a large roll-top enamelled bath with feet and antique style chrome mixer tap with shower attachments. Pedestal wash hand-basin with tiled splashback, low level W.C. with concealed cistern, built-in undereaves storage, extractor fan, light/shaver point and Velux skylight, black painted exposed pitched roof timbers, galleried landing effect with opening in floor enclosed by timber handrail and balustrading looking down to the ground floor hallway; bedroom 3 with exposed timber rafters and purlins, and skylight.
The property is considered to be an ideal permanent residence or holiday home.
The property is situated on the periphery of Llanfaethlu village and within short driving distance of many superb beaches such as Church Bay, Cemlyn Bay Nature Reserve, Sandy Beach, and the picturesque coastal village of Cemaes Bay with it's beautiful harbour. The excellent commercialised village of Valley which gives direct access onto the A5 & A55 is within approx 7 miles distance with Holyhead Town being approximately 11 miles and which offers an excellent range of out of town shopping together with a regular ferry service to Ireland and mainline railway station within intercity connections.
Max. (includes passageway)
Decorative double metal gates lead onto a gravelled driveway with B.T. pole. The drive splits with a double galvanised gate leading onto a walled front courtyard with another opening leading onto a further gravelled rear parking area, to the left of which is a raised enclosed small orchard with trees and shrubs. A step down from the rear parking area leads onto a lower gravelled patio area with stone steps leading up to the 1st floor bedroom. Pleasant lawned garden to rear flanked by high fir trees to left-hand side with timber gate leading into a large walled front garden/paddock. Plastic oil storage tank. Double galvanised gate from rear garden/paddock leads into a sizeable field enclosed by natural hedgerows and another double galvanised gate from this field leads back into the large front garden/paddock.
To the front of the property is a most pleasant sizeable secluded gravelled courtyard with decorative areas of dressed stone-work separated by a central border, with a hedgerow to 1 side. Border to front with small paved patio; gate to front garden/paddock and raised planters with secluded brick patio to corner. A stone arch to the right-hand side of garage leads to a small enclosed gravelled area. Random outside dawn-to-dusk security lights. Range of stone and slate outbuildings comprising of a Garage - Approx. 4.29m x 4.53m - with double wooden doors and cobbled floor, side courtesy door and 1st floor storage, together with log store/car port (no doors) - Approx. 4.09m x 2.89m - with small store (former gardener’s store) to side. There is a covered well in front of the former gardener’s store.
We have been advised by the Seller that the property is Freehold. Interested purchasers should seek clarification of this from their Solicitor.
When travelling from Holyhead to Valley on the A5 turn left at the Valley traffic lights on the A5025 towards Cemaes Bay. and continue passing through Llanfachraeth. After passing the Black Lion public house on the right hand side continue going up the hill turning left into Llanfaethu at the top of the hill. Continue up the hill turning left for Llanfwrog. After passing the cottages on the left-hand side followed by the playground sign, you will see the twin entrance for Bronwylfa and the neighbouring Tan Y Ffynnon.
PARTICULARS PREPARED JHB/AH 30-04-15 UPDATED 13-09-17 REF: 5621383