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COMMANDS MAGNIFICENT 180° COASTAL/COUNTRYSIDE VIEWS.. Unique opportunity to acquire an attractive house of character which has been sympathetically modernised with cottage style finishes & benefits from ON-SITE PARKING, GARAGE & GARDENS ... Viewing recommended Unique opportunity to acquire an attractive Landmark character house, which occupies an elevated edge of village position, commanding magnificent views over rolling countryside together with stunning 180° coastal views including over the Skerries Lighthouse to the side. The property has been sympathetically refurbished with a close eye being kept on maintaining many of its original features, including lovely quirky holiday cottage style finishes. Bryn Goleu benefits from on-site parking, a sizeable lean-to garage together with a sizeable lawned garden to 1 side. The accommodation briefly comprises of a timber entrance door opening into a reception hallway/potential dining area having quarry tiled floor with a partial glazed timber front door, together with an open joist ceiling and moveable timber ladder giving access via a loft hatch to a 1st floor studio/hobbies room (potential bed 3 ). Lovely lounge with cast iron fireplace set in a timber surround together with an attractive woodboard floor and open joist stairs to 1st floor. There are 2 PVCu double glazed windows and a central timber framed sealed double glazed picture window all of which frame stunning rural and coastal views, with excellent views of the Skerries Lighthouse. Galley Kitchen/breakfast room – Fitted worktop with partial base cupboards incorporating a single drainer white enamelled sink unit; there is plumbing for a dishwasher together with a tiled floor; corner cupboard houses the electric meter and consumer unit; door to small lobby area/shower room having a tiled floor and shower cubicle with thermostatic shower and extractor fan; small timber single glazed window; Utility/W.C. having a tiled floor with plumbing for a washing machine, Belfast sink supported off brick plinths, W.C., timber single glazed window, timber panelled door to built-in linen cupboard. To the 1st floor there is a split level landing with a large built-in undereaves storage cupboard, together with 2 bedrooms, both of which have attractive woodboard flooring, built-in cupboards and which enjoy magnificent rural and coastal views including views towards the Skerries Lighthouse; a door from the landing gives access into the studio/hobbies room (potential bedroom 3) which again has woodboard flooring and 2 timber sealed double glazed windows with the front window enjoying rural and coastal views. Bathroom having an attractive white suite comprising of a slipper bath with clawed feetand chrome effect mixer tap and shower attachment, pedestal wash hand basin, low level W.C., attractive tiled floor with attractive tiling around suite, Victorian style chrome towel rail, 2 timber sealed double glazed windows and open joist ceiling. Early viewing strongly recommended
The property is situated in an idyllic semi rural setting in the heart of the small hamlet of Llanfairynghornwy but enjoying easy access onto the A5025 with the picturesque coastal village of Cemaes Bay being within short driving distance as is the Wylfa Nuclear Power Station and the excellent commercialised village of Valley is within relatively short driving distance which also give access onto the A5/A55.
Recessed entrance with double galvanised gate leads onto a concrete drive.
Metal up and over door, 2 timber single glazed windows, door to kitchen, oil central heating combi boiler.
Sizeable lawned garden to left hand side flanked by mature trees, bordering open fields and commanding superb views over open countryside and breathtaking 180° coastal views with excellent views of the Skerries Lighthouse to 1 side. N.B. there is a Scottish Power telegraph pole to 1 side of the garden and where 1 of the metal stays enters the ground, a rockery has been formed together with mature fir tree. Concrete path to rear with small sheltered sitting area with outside water tap and raised planter enclosed by stone walling with an abundance of shrubs. Gate to road. To the front of the property is a concrete path which wraps around 2 sides of the house with a small lawned garden to the front with shrubs, again enjoying stunning rural and coastal views. There is a small timber shed enclosing the oil storage tank adjacent to the front boundary.
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 on the A5 towards Valley, turn left at the crossroads onto the A5025 towards Cemaes Bay. Continue until you reach Llanrhuddlad, and turn left immediately as you enter Llanrhuddlad where signposted for Church Bay and Llanfairynghornwy. Continue down the hill turning right on the corner just before a large commercial metal depot. Continue straight ahead to Llanfairynghornwy and Bryn Goleu is the last house on the right hand side with open fields and coast beyond.
PARTICULARS PREPARED JHB/CJK 07-09-17 REF: 8144951