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Grade II Listed barn conversion, choice corner plot close to Borthwen beach in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), boasts lovely SEA VIEWS towards the Skerries Lighthouse, large SOUTH FACING rear paved patio & sizeable communal lawned garden. Beautifully presented - viewing recommended. Borthwen Barns comprise of 10 barn conversions which we understand are mainly Grade II Listed, situated in this highly desirable Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), occupying a prime position close to Borthwen beach, and within approximately 1.4 miles of the beautiful and renowned Church Bay. No 7 is a Grade II Listed semi-detached former barn, occupying a choice corner plot, being 1 of the few which boasts lovely sea views towards the Skerries Lighthouse, enjoying a large south facing rear paved patio beyond which is a sizeable communal lawned garden. No 7 is beautifully presented, and has been tastefully refurbished and reconfigured, giving an airy contemporary feel, incorporating extensive use of Travertine Limestone and oak finishes with under floor heating. No 7 is presently Council Tax exempt, having registered for Small Business Rates Relief, and has been run as an extremely successful holiday let via the “in house” holiday letting agent who takes care of the entire management process, leaving you headache free to enjoy the income. The accommodation briefly comprises of a hardwood stable entrance door opening into a beautiful spacious lounge/diner with engineered oak flooring, with a feature wood burning stove set on a slate hearth, with superb feature exposed roofing purlins supported by A-frames; a beautiful solid oak pull out flight of steps leads to the Mezzanine crog-loft. Off the lounge/diner is a beautiful fitted kitchen which incorporates an electric ceramic hob with electric oven beneath with extractor hood over, together with an integrated fridge freezer and dishwasher with the front window enjoying stunning coastal views toward the Skerries Lighthouse. Mezzanine crog-loft has a feature oak glazed balustrade, range of fitted eaves cupboards, skylight, and gable window enjoying lovely coastal views with a wide oak window seat incorporating built-in storage. This is a flexible space which can be used as an occasional sleeping area. There are 2 bedrooms, with the master bedroom enjoying lovely views towards the Skerries Lighthouse, together with a beautiful en-suite shower room with white 3 piece suite, and bedroom 2 having a double built-in wardrobe. Impressive family bathroom with white 3 piece suite, with glazed shower screen and thermostatic shower over the bath; there is a useful double built-in cupboard/utility with plumbing for a washing machine and the latest Worcester condensing LPG combi boiler. Early viewing of this beautiful holiday home cannot be more strongly recommended.
Borthwen Barns are situated on the North-Western side of Anglesey adjacent to the picturesque Borthwen Beach and within approx. 1.4 miles of the beautiful beach of Church Bay which boasts The Lobster Pot Restaurant and Wavecrest Cafe. The area boasts direct access onto the Anglesey Coastal Walk together with numerous beautiful beaches including the nearby Cemlyn Bay Nature Reserve, and is within approx. 7 miles of the excellent commercialised village of Valley giving direct access onto the A5 and 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. 11 miles distance.
There is space for 1 car to the front of the property and to the rear is a sizeable open-plan L-shaped sun-drenched south facing patio beyond which is a large communal lawned garden. On site there is a large communal car park together with a private stone lock-up store with lights and power sockets big enough for bikes and water sports equipment.
We have been advised by the Seller that the property is Freehold. Interested purchasers should seek clarification of this from their Solicitor.
Presently exempt - registered for Small Business Rates Relief.
We understand the owner becomes part of the Management Company. We understand there is an annual service charge of Approx. £1000.00 p.a. (2022) which covers communal ground maintenance, sewerage disposal, window cleaning, TV Licence and broadband, etc. N.B. Prospective purchasers should clarify/confirm all the above via their legal advisors.
To reach the properties from the A55, leave at Junction 3 signposted for Valley and proceed on the A5 to the Valley crossroads. Turn right onto the A5025 and travel for approximately 6 miles, passing Blas Mwy (Black Lion) restaurant on the right-hand side. At the top of the hill turn left into Llanfaethlu and proceed for about 1 mile, and you will see the Borthwen Barns complex on the right-hand side with a farmhouse opposite. Park in the communal car park.
PARTICULARS PREPARED JHB/AH/CJK REF: 11515615