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SUPERB RURAL VIEWS... Storws is a large sympathetically and impressively converted former granary, with the ANNEX being run as a successful HOLIDAY LET, and boasting EXTENSIVE ON-SITE PARKING, PRIVATE SECLUDED WALLED GARDENS and OPTION TO PURCHASE 2 ACRES of adj land. Viewing highly recommended.
Excitement will course through your veins, when you wake up and realise you weren’t dreaming, Storws is real and available on the open market now!!
As you proceed over a shared gravelled private driveway through a small cluster of barn conversions, double gates lead you onto an extensive gravelled parking area, and there stands Storws, being a large, imposing beautifully, sympathetically and impressively converted former granary, which is set in extensive private and secluded landscaped walled gardens, which run down to meet the Afon (river) Alaw, being a beautiful picturesque stream which runs from Alaw Reservoir to the sea. The annex provides the potential as an excellent source of secondary income, and has been run as a successful holiday let by our Clients in recent years, with the highlight of people’s stays being the welcoming bottle of wine waiting for them on the jetty! Storws itself has also been run as a guesthouse, so there are various options to provide an excellent source of income.
Throughout the property, you will be met with beautiful joinery, much use of oak flooring and exposed ceiling and roof timbers, with feature large arched windows allowing sunlight to cascade into the property.
Glazed French doors with matching sidelight set in a large frame, open into:
Beautiful reception/dining hallway with oak flooring and beautiful timber staircase, which we understand part of which has been made from reclaimed French cider vats, which lead up to a stunning galleried landing, which overlooks the hall, which has 2 column radiators.
The large impressive lounge offers oak stripped flooring and a feature floor-to-ceiling dressed stone fireplace, with oil fired wood-burning style stove and 3 column radiators.
The lovely kitchen/breakfast room offers a lovely social space, with a generous range of polished granite worktops incorporating a white Belfast sink, with a range of bespoke base and wall units, together with a stand-up larder unit and central island unit, again with polished granite top and base cupboards; there is a recessed fireplace with a wooden beam, housing a large oil fired 4 oven Aga cooking range; there is plumbing for a dishwasher, tiled floor, with glazed French doors opening onto the beautiful rear patio. Utility with tiled floor, range of fitted units and oil central heating boiler; W.C.
Door from the kitchen leads to a potential self-contained annex, with a lounge to the ground floor, with oak external door, with a wide staircase leads up to a beautiful 1st floor bedroom, having a sizeable en suite shower room, with a superb contemporary 3-piece suite.
To the 1st floor, the stunning galleried landing leads to all bedrooms, where the same theme is continued of cottage style latch doors, beautiful warm joinery, beamed ceilings and exposed roof timbers.
There are 4 bedrooms, with the master bedroom having a lovely en suite shower room, with 3-piece suite and 2 of the bedrooms having feature mezzanine crog lofts.
There is a family shower room again having a lovely 3-piece suite together with a family bathroom having a superb Victorian style white suite, with twin ended enamelled roll-top bath with chrome mixer tap and shower attachment, with pedestal wash hand-basin, W.C., column radiator and chrome heated towel rail.
The landing has a walk-in airing cupboard with pressurised tank, shelving and radiator. Early viewing of this magnificent property cannot be more highly recommended.
Storws is situated in a picturesque rural setting, inland on the western side of Anglesey within short driving distance of fine sandy beaches and within approx. 4.2 miles of the excellent commercialised village of Valley, which enjoys direct access onto the A55 Expressway. Holyhead town, which offers an excellent range of out-of-town shopping together with a mainline railway station and regular ferry service to Ireland, is approx. 8 miles distance.
Extensive gravelled parking to the front, flanked to the rear by a low level dwarf stone wall, enclosing a lawned strip. There is a “modern” outbuilding comprising of:
With double wooden doors, light and power, together with an adjoining:
Which has a grey coloured PVCu double glazed window, fitted worktop with a single drainer stainless steel sink, with double base cupboards and double wall units above, with plumbing for a washing machine and attractive woodboard effect tiled floor which extends into the adjoining:
Which has a white 3-piece suite, plastic clad walls, PVCu double glazed window, extractor fan and light/shaver point.
Adjacent to the rear boundary, a high stone wall separates a further raised gravelled parking area with oil plastic storage tank and large timber store. The magnificent landscaped grounds briefly comprises of a superb paved patio enclosed by planters, from which to enjoy the beautiful rural vista and steps lead down to meandering gravelled pathways, leading between beautiful large well-stocked flowerbeds. There is a timber gazebo and extensive lawned gardens enclosed by high stone walling to all sides. Wooden gates to the left-hand side lead onto a further large gravelled parking area and another extensive walled lawned garden enclosed by high stone walls, with numerous mature trees, with a further gate leading onto a grassed strip which runs along adjacent to the Afon Alaw. The meandering gravelled pathway to the front being flanked by trees, beautiful flowerbeds leads down to stone steps, which give access to, what in our opinion, is the piece de resistance, being a stunning timber decked patio, enclosed by timber posts with rope balustrade with fairy lights, providing the most idyllic, beautiful, tranquil and picturesque setting to enjoy a glass of wine or a cold beer, whilst listening to the relaxing sound of the gently flowing stream, whilst soaking in the beautiful rural vista beyond. Quite magical!
We understand our Clients would be willing to sell up to 2 acres of adjoining land, which runs from the highway down to the Afon Alaw.
We have been advised by the Seller that the property is Freehold. Interested purchasers should seek clarification of this from their Solicitor.
When travelling on the A5 from Holyhead, turn left at the Valley traffic lights onto the A5025 towards Cemaes. As you enter the 1st cluster of houses, known as Llanynghenedl turn right onto the B5109 and then left, where signposted for Llanfigael/Llanddeusant and indeed Storws B&B. Continue for some distance passing a working farmyard and then turn right, and a wide splayed entrance immediately before St. Figael’s Church. Continue straight ahead and continue down the right-hand side of the barn conversion facing you, and Storws will be found to the rear.
PARTICULARS PREPARED JHB/AH REF: 10788329