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The cottage occupies a slightly elevated pos backing onto open fields, enjoys magnificent open RURAL VIEWS towards Parys Mountain, situated in the small hamlet of Nebo, close to Penysarn village & A5025, includes derelict Grade II Listed single storey building (former cottage). Viewing recommended. Very attractive, tastefully refurbished and modernised detached cottage, which occupies a pleasant position, backing onto open fields, and commanding superb open rural views to the right-hand side towards the beautiful Parys Mountain. The cottage occupies a slightly elevated position in the small hamlet of Nebo, close to the village of Penysarn and the A5025. The property is well positioned to take advantage of beautiful nearby rural walks and the coast is within short driving distance. The accommodation briefly comprises of a PVCu entrance door opening into the entrance porch, which has a built-in cupboard housing a condensing Calor gas combi boiler. The lounge has a feature stone fireplace with wood burner and a wall unit houses the electric meter and consumer unit. There is a sizeable L-shaped kitchen/diner with a fitted kitchen offering a range of butchers block effect worktops, base and wall units incorporating a stainless steel sink unit, electric ceramic hob with oven beneath and stainless steel extractor hood, together with plumbing for a dishwasher and tiled floor. There are 2 bedrooms, and a lovely re-fitted shower room with a white suite comprising of a shower cubicle with thermostatic shower, pedestal wash hand basin and low level W.C., with tiled flooring and tiling to full height to walls, which incorporate a wide tiled ledge, chrome heated towel rail. The property would make an ideal retirement cottage or holiday home/investment and early viewing cannot be more strongly recommended.
The property is situated on the Northern side of Anglesey, on the outskirts of Penysarn village. The A5025 road gives easy access to Amlwch town, which is approx. 2.5 miles distance, and indeed the coastal resort of Benllech is within approx. 6 miles distance. Llangefni town is approx. 7 miles distance and Holyhead town is approx. 20.6 miles which gives access onto the A55 expressway, has a mainline railway station and a regular car ferry service to Ireland.
The cottage is set back from the roadside, and separated by and which includes, an end terraced single storey stone/slate derelict building (former cottage). We understand the derelict building is Grade II Listed and is believed to be part of the former Parys Mountain Coppermine workers cottages, and due to its condition has not been viewed internally. The property offers excellent potential for re-development – subject to Listed Building consents and all other Local Authority approvals. A concrete path leads from the highway to Bryn Hyfryd, with rights of way over this path in favour of a neighbouring property, passing to the rear of Bryn Hyfryd. Path to the right-hand side flanked by hedgerow leads to a garden comprising of a concrete and gravelled sitting area, and lawned garden flanked by various pebbled planters, steps lead up to the back door and there is a cold water tap and raised concrete sitting area. The rear garden enjoys magnificent open rural views towards Parys Mountain.
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, turn left at the Valley traffic lights onto the A5025. Continue on this road passing through Amlwch, taking the 1st turning for Nebo/Penysarn and proceed straight ahead up the hill where the road bends right into Chapel Street. Sharply after passing the Nebo/30mph sign, park by the hedge on the right-hand side opposite the 2 large new build houses, and walk down the path alongside the derelict cottage.
PARTICULARS PREPARED JHB/CJK REF: 11421375