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STUNNING COASTAL/RURAL VIEWS... Det former farmhouse SET IN APPROX JUST UNDER 2 ACRES with a SUPERB RANGE OF OUTBUILDINGS and EXCELLENT ON-SITE PARKING. Viewing is highly recommended.
Tyddyn Igin is a real gem, comprising of a sizeable detached former farmhouse, with a lovely front lawn, and rear grassed courtyard, enclosed by a range of outbuildings in 2 detached lots, together with an adjoining paddock, all in all set in approx just under 2 acres or thereabouts, and with Tyddyn Igin commanding superb rural and coastal views across to Penmon Island and the Llyn Penninsula in the distance.
The property which has been renovated in years gone by, is now in need of some modernisation/refurbishment, offering tremendous potential to make a quite stunning home, with the benefit of an excellent range of outbuildings which have been re-roofed in recent years. The grass courtyard even boasts a former well.
The accommodation briefly comprises of a dark woodgrain effect composite entrance door to porch, which has a tiled floor with ceiling hatch and pull down ladder to a loft storage area, which is floored with light.
The utility has an oil central heating boiler, tiled floor, plumbing for washing machine and the electric meter and consumer unit. There is a ground floor cloak room/W.C. with a white 2 piece suite and tiled floor.
The kitchen/breakfast room has a lovely floor to ceiling facing brick ingle-nook style chimney breasting with brick arch and houses an oil fired Aga cooking range; the kitchen area has a tiled floor with a range of fitted worktops, base and wall units incorporating a stainless steel sink unit, an integrated extractor hood to corner with plumbing for a dishwasher.
The breakfast area has aluminium double glazed doors which open onto front garden framing lovely sea views, and the room has a decorative open joist ceiling. Large open-plan split level lounge/dining room which is separated by a feature floor to ceiling wide facing brick chimney breast, open to either room and which has 2 Calor gas feeds (1 serving either room).
The dining room boasts a wide box bay window, which enjoys stunning views and decorative open joist ceiling. A timber single glazed door opens into:
The rear conservatory which has floor to ceiling woodgrain effect PVCu double glazing to 3 sides beneath a polycarbonate roof with sliding patio door to outside.
The lounge has the stairs to the 1st floor, open joist ceiling and dark woodgrain effect PVCu double glazed feature window framing stunning views.
1st floor landing; there are 3 bedrooms, with the master bedroom having an en-suite shower room with 3 piece suite, with the shower cubicle having an electric shower.
The family bathroom has a white 3 piece suite with panelled spa/Jacuzzi style bath and shower cubicle with thermostatic shower.
VIEWING IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED
The property is situated on the Northern side of Anglesey, on the outskirts of Penysarn village, which has a local primary school. The A5025 road gives easy access to Amlwch town, which is approx. 3 mile distance, and indeed the coastal resort of Benllech is within approx 6 miles distance. Llangefni town is approx. 11 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.
Lounge – Approx. 6.18m x 4.65m (mainly) (20' 3'' x 15' 3'') Dining Room – Approx 4.92m x 3.09m (mainly) (16' 2'' x 10' 2'')
The property enjoys rights of way over a long made up private lane, which we understand serves 3 properties including Tyddyn Igin; the drive leading up to Tyddyn Igin is lined by well established trees and bushes, leading up to a gravelled parking area to the side of the house, with a galvanised gate leading into the paddock to the rear of the property , and a further gate which opens onto a further gravelled parking area and a lovely grass courtyard with central circular flower bed feature, beneath which is a concealed covered well. There is a slate paved additional parking area to the side of the property, with a lovely terraced slate paved patio and pleasant lawn to the front, enclosed by shrubs and trees, all of which enjoys stunning rural and coastal views. There is an outside water tap and an adjoining store.
The first detached range of outbuildings comprise of the following:
Concrete external steps lead up to this 1st floor room which has a window, light and power.
Timber stable doors.
Light and power.
Timber stable doors to 2 sides, window.
Timber gate leads to a former dilapidated outbuilding which now comprises of a concrete base with opening into field (requires re-building). Second detached range of outbuildings.
Stable door into this former dairy, 2 windows and troughs to 1 wall, light and power.
Another former dairy with timber stable door, window, light and power.
Derelict range of outbuildings to the corner. There is a further unused small orchard to the front right hand corner, which could possibly be incorporated into the front garden to extend the garden.
We understand there is a public footpath which our clients inform us is rarely (if ever) used, which leads up the driveway across the grass courtyard to a stile which leads into the adjoining field. This stile has been fenced across many years ago, and we understand ramblers tend to use a stile situated on the lane to enter the same field rather than go through the curtilage. Interested purchasers should seek clarification of this from their Solicitor.
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 on the A5025 passing Cemaes Bay and Amlwch. Continue on the A5025 passing Penysarn village, and after a very short distance, continue past the junction on the right hand side signposted for Llanerchymedd, you will then see a layby on the right hand side just after which is a staggered junction with public footpath signage, take the left turn which has a sign saying Troy Barbers. Tyddyn Igin will be seen at the end.
PARTICULARS PREPARED JHB/CJK 29-04-19 REF: 9554717