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MAGNIFICENT PANORAMIC RURAL VIEWS inc COASTAL VIEWS. Beautiful detached former farmhouse set in APPROX. 5.737 ACRES, occupying a lovely ELEVATED POSITION and boasting an excellent range of OUTBUILDINGS. VIEWING HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
Beautiful detached former farmhouse, which occupies a lovely elevated position, commanding magnificent panoramic rural views including stunning coastal views.
The property is approached by a long concrete drive, boasting an extensive gravelled yard, with an excellent range of refurbished outbuildings, and a large 2 storey garage/hay barn all-in-all set within approx. 5.737 acres or thereabouts.
The accommodation briefly comprises of an entrance porch with quarry tiled floor, hallway with a wall cupboard housing the electric meter and consumer unit, together with stairs to 1st floor having attractive pine balustrading.
Sitting room with oak door and very attractive cast iron fireplace with tiled hearth, and black painted open joist ceiling; bathroom having an oak door and white suite comprising of a panelled bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, and 1½ width shower cubicle with electric shower; wash hand-basin with vanity base cupboards; high level W.C.; tiled floor; decorative painted timber cladding to base of walls and pine panelled ceiling.
Lounge having an oak door with wide recessed opening with feature timber beam and attractive cast iron fireplace with Calor gas point with polished slate hearth set in a timber surround, alcove to corner with base cupboard and quarry tiled shelf, open-joist ceiling.
Conservatory – PVCu double glazed French doors from lounge with dwarf walls and PVCu double glazing to 3 sides with double glazed French doors opening onto the rear patio and having a coloured glazed roof and tiled floor.
Kitchen - excellent range of fitted worktops and base and wall units with pine panelled doors to units, incorporating a stainless steel sink unit and electric ceramic hob with electric oven beneath; integrated extractor hood; plumbing for a washing machine and pine panelled ceiling.
1st floor (main house) there are 4 bedrooms all having handmade pine panelled doors with bedroom 3 being L-shaped with integral stone feature shelves to 1 wall and bedroom 4 having a built-in airing cupboard with foam lagged tank and shelving. The front bedrooms enjoy stunning rural and coastal views.
Pot'l Annex - Corridor from the main lounge having a recessed shelf to 1 wall with feature rendered cement bowl within the wall. Pot'l annex snug/dining room – large recessed ingle-nook style fireplace with a large timber beam over, housing an Esse multi fuel cooking range, Belfast sink with timber draining board to left-hand alcove, with cupboards beneath, tiled floor, attractive open-joist ceiling, and attractive pine staircase with understairs cupboard.
First floor studio (potential bedroom 5) – attractive stained woodboard flooring, with pitched herringbone pattern pine panelled ceiling, large Velux skylight and 2 further windows, floor to ceiling chimney breasting to 1 wall with a raised plastered concrete integral shelf around breasting, PVCu double glazed door leads onto outside stone steps to the left hand gable.
The property is considered to be ideal as either a permanent residence or as a holiday investment, with potential for conversion of some of the stone outbuildings (subject to all necessary consents being obtained) to take advantage of the opportunities which arise from the Wylfa Newydd Power Station project.
Early viewing of this magnificent property cannot be more strongly recommended.
The property is situated in an idyllic semi rural setting in the heart of the small hamlet of Llanfairynghornwy but enjoying easy access onto the A5025 with the picturesque coastal village of Cemaes Bay being within short driving distance as is the former Wylfa Nuclear Power Station/Wylfa Newydd Site (which are visible in the distance) and the excellent commercialised village of Valley is within relatively short driving distance which also give access onto the A5/A55.
(mainly - L-shaped)
A long concrete driveway flanked by grass verges leads up to an extensive gravelled and concrete hard-standing and parking area to side of house; there is also a lower concrete drive which leads to:
Between this barn and the outbuildings is a gate leading onto to a small enclosed paddock to the rear of the stone outbuildings. Large range of renovated stone/block built outbuildings:
Comprising of 2 double timber doors and timber window; light and power.
Double wooden doors; light and power; partially separated by original timber partition with timber troughs.
Timber single stable door; light and power; timber internal steps lead up to a 1st floor mezzanine storage area over outbuilding No 2; hardwood stable door to the rear.
Double wooden doors; timber single stable door; light and power; split-level concrete floor;
Behind the concrete steps that lead up to the annex 1st floor is a small store housing the oil central heating boiler. A galvanised gate leads and another courtesy gate lead into a rear field with some rock outcrop. To the front of the property is a concrete path with pleasant sitting area and outside water tap. Large field to the front which borders the roadside.
With light and power, timber door and a timber single glazed window. Water tap. Lovely lawned gardens to rear sub-divided and enclosed by stone walling, with various trees, with gate to front field. Superb enclosed paved patio (former pig sty) with dwarf stone walls and pond. To the rear, are 2 original concrete water troughs with decommissioned feature water pumps. Lovely concrete patio to rear, flanked by feature rock outcrop. There is a small timber store to the rear housing Calor gas bottles.
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 towards Valley, turn left at the crossroads onto the A5025 towards Cemaes Bay. Continue until you reach Llanrhuddlad, and turn left immediately as you enter Llanrhuddlad where signposted for Church Bay and Llanfairynghornwy. Take the 2nd right turn (with builders depot adjacent), follow the road passing St Mary’s Church on the right hand side. As you enter Llanfairynghornwy, you will pass some ex Local Authority bungalows and Tyn Y Maen will be seen elevated on the left hand side just after 2 new build bungalows.
PARTICULARS PREPARED JHB/AH/CJK 10-09-18 UPDATED 14-05-19 REF: 7145708