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Impressive spacious det house of distinction, sit'd on the outskirts of the village and backing onto open fields. The property benefits from an OFFICE (pot'l bed 5), EXCELLENT ON-SITE PARKING, STORE, OUTBULILDINGS, PRIVATE SECLUDED GARDEN and ENJOYS LOVELY RURAL VIEWS. Early viewing highly recommended.
Thoroughly impressive spacious detached house of distinction, believed to be from the Edwardian period, occupying a slightly elevated position on the outskirts of Llanerchymedd village, backing onto open fields and commanding fine open rural views to the front beyond adjacent properties.
The property boasts a lovely reception hallway, spacious rooms and offers excellent family sized accommodation, benefitting from excellent on-site parking, and a private secluded rear garden and courtyard.
The property is ideally situated being reasonably central to Anglesey and being within a stone’s throws of numerous beautiful trail walks and beaches, and more details of which are set out under the heading “location”.
The accommodation briefly comprises of timber entrance door with single glazed panel, with partial coloured leaded sidelight and toplight opening into an imposing reception hallway, with oak parquet flooring and an attractive staircase to 1st floor with understairs cupboard; the inner hallway has a woodboard floor.
The main lounge to the side of the property has a feature fireplace set in a timber surround with recessed brick opening, having a wood burning stove; there is a stained woodboard floor, 2 column radiators, and a wide full width bay window which overlooks the adjacent children’s play park. The front sitting room has a beautiful feature brick fireplace with tiled hearth and multi fuel stove.
There is an office with woodboard flooring, timber leaded single glazed window and column radiator, this room could be used as an overspill bedroom (No 5), and there is 1 other further bedroom to the ground floor.
Very impressive bathroom comprising of a slipper bath with clawed feet, having a chrome mixer tap with shower attachment, a low level W.C. and pedestal wash hand-basin, with wide shower cubicle, having a thermostatic shower with rainfall shower head and handheld hose; attractive painted cladding to walls. Attractive fitted kitchen offering an excellent range of butchers block effect worktops, base and wall units, incorporating a 1½ bowl white enamelled sink unit, 2 stand-up units and a central island unit/breakfast bar with base cupboards to 1 side; there is plumbing for a dishwasher and a very attractive floor-to-ceiling brick fireplace with a recessed opening, with oak lintel over, incorporating a 6-ring electric Rangemaster cooking range of 3 ovens; original integral built-in cupboards to the side alcove.
A PVCu double glazed door opens into to an impressive dining conservatory, having an attractive tiled floor with PVCu double glazing 2 sides and PVCu double glazed door opening to the outside, all beneath a pitched polycarbonate roof.
The rear porch has a quarry tiled floor and there is a useful utility room again, having a quarry tiled floor and L-shaped butchers block effect worktop with double base cupboard, incorporating a single drainer stainless steel sink unit and plumbing for a washing machine.
The 1st floor landing has a built-in cupboard and a small undereaves storage cupboard, and there are 3 bedrooms with bedroom 2 having a cast iron fireplace with tiled and timber surround, bedroom 3 having a walk-in wardrobe and Velux skylight and bedroom 4 having 2 Velux skylights, overlooking the children’s play park to the side, together with a column radiator and sizeable walk-in wardrobe, together and en suite shower room comprising of an attractive white 3-piece suite with thermostatic rainfall shower head and handheld hose to shower cubicle; chrome heated towel rail and walk-in airing cupboard with radiator.
Family bathroom with attractive white 3 piece suite, chrome heated towel rails and Velux skylight.
Internal viewing of this beautiful property cannot be more strongly recommended.
Trigfa is situated in a lovely semi rural location just on the outskirts of Llanerchymedd village, which offers a range of shops, a public house and primary school. The location is central to a vast range of stunning walking trails and beaches, such as the former Copper mine at beautiful Parys Mountain only approx. 4.3 miles distance, as is the picturesque Mynydd Bodafon which has its own small lake and which is approx. 4.5 miles distance. The beautiful coastal village of Bull Bay, with its renowned links golf course, is approx. 7 miles, and again, Llys Dulas beach is approx. 6 miles. The picturesque coastal village and harbour of Cemaes Bay is approx. 8.3 miles distance, and Holyhead town, which offers an excellent range of out-of-town shopping together with mainline railway station and regular ferry service to Ireland, is approx. 16 miles distance.
Excellent pebbled parking turnaround space to front, with small lawn to right-hand side with mature tree, small planter being formed to the front left-hand corner and small raised lawned area to the front with further tiered pebbled area.
Metal up-and-over door; glass block window.
Concrete steps lead up to a paved path with planter, with further steps leading up to front veranda, enclosed by timber posts and balustrading. A pebbled path with water tap to left-hand side, with timber gate leads to the rear. Very attractive paved courtyard to the rear with plastic oil storage tank to the left-hand corner. The rear boundary wall abutts opens fields. A projecting slate roof supported off timber pillars, surmounts a range of 3 outbuildings, comprising of 2 stores and a:
Having a condensing oil combination boiler; 2 timber framed windows; light and power.
Paved path with timber gate to rear of outbuildings, leads to a pleasant lawned garden, sub-divided by a paved path, flanked by various planters overlooking an open field to the rear and children’s play park to the side. There is a concrete patio to the side of the conservatory and a further small area which requires landscaping.
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 proceed on the A55 expressway, exit at Junction 5 bearing left onto the A4080 towards Gwalchmai. At the junction with the A5 continue straight across onto the B5112. Continue until you reach a crossroads, continuing straight across on the B5112 towards Llanerchymedd. When you enter Llanerchymedd centre, turn left at the roundabout onto the B5111 towards Amlwch. The property will be seen on the right just after the war memorial and just after a row of new build bungalows on the left.
PARTICULARS PREPARED JHB/AH REF: 10990081