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Former farmhouse set in APPROX. 35.53 ACRES or thereabouts, occupying a PRIME HEADLAND POSITION commanding LOVELY ALL ROUND RURAL VIEWS & STUNNING COASTAL VIEWS. The property benefits from a range of dilapidated outbuildings, offering scope for devl't (subject to consents). Viewing recommended
Opportunity to acquire a small pleasant former farmhouse set we understand in approx. 35.53 acres or thereabouts, occupying a spectacular prime headland position commanding lovely all round rural views and stunning coastal views towards Trearddur Bay and Rhoscolyn Point.
The property, which has been substantially renovated, offers scope for minor modernisation, or extending/re-developing subject to all necessary consents being obtained.
The property benefits from a range of dilapidated outbuildings which offer scope for development (again subject to consents) and the property boasts extensive on-site parking.
The accommodation briefly comprises PVCu entrance door opening into a kitchen/diner, which is separated by a partition wall with wide central opening, the dining area has a corner base cupboard and the kitchen offers a range of fitted worktops, base and wall units incorporating a single drainer stainless steel sink unit, electric cooker point, quarry tiled floor and there is an oil central heating boiler. Inner hallway with stairs to 1st floor.
The main lounge has a recessed fireplace opening with tiled hearth and wood burning stove with timber mantel; there is a PVCu door opening onto the front garden and the front window and door enjoy stunning coastal views.
Ground floor bedroom with the front window again enjoying lovely headland and coastal views towards Trearddur Bay and Rhoscolyn Point.
There is an en suite bathroom with a white suite comprising of a corner panelled bath with electric shower, W.C. with concealed cistern, bidet, tiled vanity unit with integral wash hand-basin, tiled floor with partial tiling to wall, extractor fan and range of built-in cupboards.
There is a recessed storage area to the 1st floor landing, with a Velux skylight. On the 1st floor there are a further 2 bedrooms having stained woodboard flooring, with bedroom 2 being L-shaped with the Velux windows enjoying magnificent coastal views.
Bathroom having a white suite comprising of a corner bath with electric shower, bidet, low level W.C., pedestal wash hand-basin, tiled floor and partial tiling to walls.
Viewing strongly recommended.
The property occupies a picturesque coastal setting, close to numerous lovely beaches and the coastal resort of Trearddur Bay is in approx 2.5 miles distance. Holyhead town which offers an excellent range of out-of-town shopping including a mainline railway station and the terminus of the A55 Expressway both of which connect Holyhead with the North West network, and Holyhead port enjoys a regular ferry service to Ireland in approx. 2.5 miles distance.
Recess – Mainly Approx. 1.85m x 2.58m (6'1'' x 8'6''); (L-shaped)
The property is approached via a track and we understand a neighbouring farmer has rights-of-way over the track to access their own land and farm buildings. There is a large gravelled parking area, single garage (no door) and a range of dilapidated outbuildings, 1 of which is 2-storey and partially renovated. To the rear of the property is a concrete base for an extension together with a plastic oil storage tank. Small garden to front and left-hand side, presently unkempt and require landscaping. Galvanised gates lead off the front gravelled parking area into the headland fields. N.B. The Anglesey Coastal footpath which circumnavigates the whole of Anglesey, across the land.
“BUYERS ARE KINDLY ASKED TO RESEARCH THE HISTORY OF THIS PROPERTY OR ENQUIRE WITH THE MARKETING AGENT PRIOR TO VIEWINGS”.
We have been advised by the Seller that the property is Freehold. Interested purchasers should seek clarification of this from their Solicitor.
There are various routes to get to the property and this is just one. Come off the A55 Expressway at Junction 2 just before the terminus at Holyhead signposted for Penrhos Industrial Estate (proceed through the new industrial estate Parc Cybi) and take the 1st turning off the roundabout towards Holyhead Leisure Centre. Proceed to the next roundabout and turn left towards Trearddur Bay (B4545). Continue into Trearddur Bay village turning right at the bottom of the hill onto Lon Isallt adjacent to the football field. Follow this road around the coast and when you go down the steep hill you will see Porthdafarch Beach on the left-hand side followed by a road junction on the right. Continue up the hill and take the lane on the left-hand side just before Blackthorn Farm which is opposite a converted chapel. Proceed down the road and take the 1st track on the left hand side. Gof Du will found at the end.
PARTICULARS PREPARED JHB/AH REF: 10217762