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Extended det cottage, which occupies prime location on Holyhead Mountain, enjoying MAGNIFICENT COASTAL VIEWS and set in approx. 6.84 ACRES, and benefits from adjoining EXTERNAL EN-SUITE BEDROOM, and there is potential for a s/c annex or 3rd bedroom with en-suite. Viewing recommended.
Lovely, extended detached Welsh cottage, set we understand in approximately 6.84 acres or thereabouts, and which occupies a prime position on Holyhead Mountain, adjacent to South Stack Kitchens, South Stack Lighthouse and RSPB Reserve, and which enjoys magnificent dramatic coastal views including towards Trearddur Bay, across Anglesey and towards the Llyn Peninsula.
The property has been tastefully extended, refurbished and modernised, yet still offers scope for further enhancement by completing the internal potential annex.
We understand there is Planning Consent for the building of 2 double garages with 1st floor accommodation and balcony, which would provide an excellent source of secondary income.
The accommodation briefly comprises of PVCu stable entrance door to porch with oak veneered glazed internal door to: Lounge:
There is a feature oak lintel over the door from the porch and this beautiful room boasts a large deep feature recessed inglenook fireplace with timber mantel, and to the opposite wall is a multi fuel stove with exposed stone lintel; there are 2 column radiators, oak strip flooring and stairs to 1st floor with understairs cupboard.
The kitchen/diner offers an excellent range of oak butchers block worktops and base cupboards, with 1 double wall unit, and incorporates a twin basin white enamelled sink unit; there is plumbing for a washing machine and a stand-up unit with electric oven; solid fuel Rayburn cooking range, built-in cupboard to the corner and PVCu double glazed French doors open onto the sizeable side terrace; oak strip flooring.
There is a small lobby off the lounge with oak strip flooring leading to a cloak room/W.C. which has a white low level W.C., wash hand-basin with vanity cupboard, attractive woodboard effect tiled floor, with chrome heated towel rail and grey coloured PVCu double glazed window;
The sitting room again has attractive oak strip flooring, a column radiator and painted brush rendered finish to 1 wall with random exposed feature stones; a grey PVCu double glazed French doors with sidelight open onto the lovely front patio, and frames stunning coastal views.
There is a split landing to the 1st floor with the master bedroom having a grey PVCu double glazed window to front enjoying stunning coastal views, built-in cupboard, feature skylight to rear and feature ceiling with downlights; bedroom 2 offers feature exposed timber roofing purlins with A-frame;
There is a superb bathroom with tiled floor, with a twin ended roll-top bath set on a raised tiled plinth with chrome mixer tap and shower attachment; low level W.C.; enamelled wash hand-basin set on a marble vanity top with double cupboard; there is a wide integral shelf to 1 wall, an extractor fan and Victorian style chrome heated towel rail with column radiator, together with a separate shower cubicle with overhead thermostatic shower and handheld hose; a feature of the ceiling is the attractive stripped exposed timber roof purlins and A-frame, and there is a walk-in airing cupboard with radiator and wall mounted condensing LPG central heating boiler.
Steps lead up from the main lounge to a potential self-contained annex comprising of a bedroom (or 3rd bedroom to the main cottage) with PVCu double glazed window with exposed timber lintel over, together with PVCu stable external door with timber lintel, together with a high pitched ceiling with exposed roof timber; steps lead up to a potential en suite bathroom/shower room with skylight.
External self-contained flatlet, having a PVCu double glazed entrance door opening into the bedroom which has attractive woodboard effect tiled flooring which extends into the en suite and an electric wall panel heater.
The en suite shower room has a white suite with electric shower, low level W.C. and wash basin with vanity base cupboard, with partial tiling to walls, extractor fan and chrome heated towel rail.
The property would make a superb holiday or retirement home with the potential of earning an excellent source of secondary income.
The property occupies a prime position on Holyhead Mountain, within walking distance of the renowned RSPB Reserve at South Stack, and is well positioned to take full advantage of the many superb rural and coastal walks, including over Holyhead Mountain. The famous South Stack Lighthouse and RSPB Reserve will be of particular interest to ornithologists who will be able to see choughs, guillemots, peregrine falcons, puffins and razorbills, plus much more! The property is within approx. 3.4 miles distance of Holyhead town which has an excellent range of out-of-town shopping and provides access onto the A55 Expressway and has a mainline railway station, and regular ferry service to Ireland. The renowned coastal resort of Trearddur Bay is within approx. 4.5 miles distance, and the superb Porthdafarch Beach is even closer!
Externally, there is a long gravelled with recessed double timber gates with turnaround space to the front and a sizeable parking area at the top, having a masonry detached outbuilding, and a galvanised gate leads into the adjoining paddock; there is a sizeable piece of land to the front in a natural state which would make a lovely formal garden, having paved steps to the left-hand side which lead up to a lovely patio/terrace, with composite boarding and enclosed by stainless steel/glazed balustrading, from which to enjoy the stunning coastal vista. We understand the various paddocks are situated either side of an enclosed public footpath that leads up to the Mountain.
We have been advised by the Seller that the property is Freehold. Interested purchasers should seek clarification of this from their Solicitor.
When entering Holyhead on the A55 take the 3rd exit off the roundabout towards the town centre. Proceed ahead at traffic lights turning left into the high street adjacent to Cenotaph. Proceed up Thomas Street hill turning left at the crossroads adjacent to the Holyhead High School onto Alderley Terrace/South Stack Road. Continue on South Stack Road through Llaingoch, continuing towards the coast. Take the right turn for South Stack and continue up the hill. Goferydd is on the right, virtually opposite South Stack Kitchens.
PARTICULARS PREPARED JHB/AH REF: 10632198