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Traditional Welsh Farmhouse retaining much original character set in approx. 10 acres of land extending to the inland sea. Beautiful secluded AONB setting, open rural views. Numerous outbuildings with possibly offering scope for development (subject to all necessary consents). No onward chain. Most attractive, elegant detached former period farmhouse which has been substantially extended, reconfigured and sympathetically refurbished, keeping a close eye on retains much of its original charm and character. It boasts a large range of outbuildings, pleasant gardens and is set in approx. 9.97 acres or thereabouts, boasting a large feature pond, with the land extending down to meet the Cymyran Strait, which connects the inland sea and the superb Cymyran Beach/coast, adjacent to which is RAF Valley which runs along to Rhosneigr. The property is situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), in a beautiful tranquil and secluded setting, in this highly desirable and sought after location, with the outbuildings and land possibly offering the opportunity to develop as a holiday complex, subject to all necessary consents being obtained. The extensive accommodation boasts a wealth of original internal features, with feature inglenook fireplaces, original quarry tiled flooring to some rooms, open joist ceilings and exposed roof timbers, with the flexibility for using part of the accommodation as a self-contained annex, and to create further accommodation in the adjoining outbuildings (subject to consents). Rhyd-Y-Bont Farm is equally likely to appeal to equestrian lovers, with the land allowing access onto the inland sea estuary, which at low tide would allow access to the beautiful Cymyran Beach which extends to Rhosneigr. The property enjoys superb open rural views towards the inland sea estuary. A brief summary of the accommodation with emphasis on the main original features is as follows: The main house boasts 2 beautiful reception rooms with earthenware tiled flooring in the dining room, having a stunning deep recessed inglenook fireplace with a wood burning stove, with an integral ‘salt’ for keeping the salt dry, and a bread oven, which even has a witching stone to ward off evil spirits! The lounge again has a feature stone fireplace with slate hearth and wood burning stove, together with a decorative 2nd original smaller fireplace with a raised slate hearth. Engineered oak flooring leads from the lounge into: The lovely sun lounge addition having PVCu double glazed windows to 3 sides and 2 timber partially glazed external doors. The rest of the accommodation comprises of an open-plan passageway/kitchen with lovely quarry tiled flooring, a rear porch and shower room. The utility room has a 2nd stairs to the 1st floor, off which is a further porch and wet room. The potential s/c annex offers a lovely small sitting room with coal fireplace and adjoining kitchenette (built into the adjoining former milking parlour). The 1st floor of the original house has 2 en suite bedrooms with bedroom 2 boasting a feature floor-to-ceiling L-shaped painted stone chimney breast, with integral shelves; a door to side leads into the 1st floor of the potential self-contained annex, which offers a 3rd bedroom with en suite shower room together with a store room (potential bedroom 4). Early viewing of this stunning property cannot be more strongly recommended.
Rhyd Y Bont Farm and its land extend down to meet the inland sea and Cymyran Strait, in a truly idyllic setting. The beautiful and picturesque Rhoscolyn beach is nearby, together with the well-regarded White Eagle freehouse/eatery. Rhyd-Y-Bont Farm is ideally situated being within short driving distance of the B4545 connecting the coastal resort of Trearddur Bay with the excellent commercialised village of Valley which enjoys direct access onto the A5 and A55 Expressway. Holyhead town with its excellent out-of-town shopping, mainline railway station and port offering a regular car ferry service to Ireland is within approx. 5 miles distance.
(from dining room)
Door from kitchen:
Door from utility opening into:
Approx. 5.12m x 2.49m/2.93m (16'10'' x 8'2''/9'7'')
(irregular shape – mainly exc. en suite)
(irregular/T-shaped – mainly exc. recess)
Door from bedroom 2 into:
(which has its own staircase down to the ground floor)
Recess – Approx. 1.95m x 2.06m (6'5'' x 6'9'')
We understand the property enjoys rights-of-way over a long gravelled track with the immediate curtilage comprises of a gravelled track/forecourt offering extensive parking, with additional concrete hard-standing area to side. There is a vast range of mainly stone outbuildings to either side of the track. Outbuilding No 1 (being a former milking parlour) which adjoins the house has been re-roofed in recent years. The timber constructed kitchenette has been built into this outbuilding. There are 5 further outbuildings together with a large open barn (potential garage) which is in dilapidated condition. This has an integral store. There is a further extensive range of dilapidated timber/metal outbuildings. There is a lawn and overgrown section of garden as you enter the curtilage on the right-hand side, together with a walled garden comprising of potential vegetable and flowerbeds, together with an aluminium framed greenhouse and stone store. There is a sizeable raised concrete patio to front from which to enjoy the lovely views over the inland sea estuary. To the rear of the property is a sizeable lawned garden with small detached decommissioned former letting chalet, which has an open-plan lounge/kitchen with stove and shower room. The fields as situated to the front of Rhyd-Y-Bont Farm extend down to the inland sea, with the top field having a large feature pond. There is a 2-berth caravan located in the bottom field. N.B. We understand a public footpath passes through the curtilage.
When travelling westbound on the A55 (from Bangor), turn off at junction 3 for Valley onto the A5. Continue to the traffic lights and turn left onto the B4545. Continue through Valley village onto Four Mile Bridge. After crossing the inland sea embankment, turn left at the 1st junction onto the old Rhoscolyn road (where signposted for The White Eagle). Continue passing the Rhoscolyn sign, then take the 1st road on the left, with Rhyd-Y-Bont Farm on the gatepost. The property will be found at the end of the track.
PARTICULARS PREPARED JHB/AH 13-06-19 REF: 9638158