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Grade II Listed semi det cottage, which has been tastefully refurbished and is beautifully presented. The property is situated close to BORTHWEN BEACH and run as a successful holiday let, but is also considered to be an ideal permanent residence. VIEWING IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
The Borthwen Barns (holiday complex) comprises of 10 barn conversions which we understand are 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 6 is a semi detached cottage, beautifully presented internally, and has been tastefully refurbished, maintaining a lovely modern contemporary feel, with extensive use of Travertine Limestone and oak finishes with under floor heating.
The accommodation briefly comprises of a timber entrance door to hall having a tiled floor and double built-in utility cupboard with plumbing for washing machine, tiled floor and LPG wall mounted condensing boiler; there is another built-in cloaks cupboard together with double doors opening into:
Cloak room/W.C. having a white low level W.C., wash hand basin and extractor fan.
Kitchen which offers an attractive fitted kitchen with a good range of timber butchers block worktops, base and wall units, incorporating a stainless steel sink unit and electric ceramic hob with electric grill/oven beneath, having an integrated extractor hood and dishwasher; there is a tiled floor with feature high pitched ceiling following the roof line with exposed timber purlins, and timber glazed folding doors open onto the rear patio.
The beautiful lounge/diner has engineered oak strip flooring, together with a feature wood burner set on a marble hearth and there is a superb feature pitched ceiling following the roof line with exposed purlins and A-frames; a pull out “ships ladder” gives access to a feature: Mezzanine crog-loft having a woodboard floor and small skylight.
Bedroom 1 has engineered oak strip flooring with double oak veneered doors opening into an en-suite bathroom having a white suite comprising of a P-shaped bath with curved shower screen with thermostatic shower, wash hand basin and low level W.C. with tiled floor, chrome heated towel rail and tiling to full height to walls with extractor fan.
Bedroom 2 again has oak strip flooring with double oak doors opening into an en-suite shower room having a white suite comprising of a shower cubicle with thermostatic shower, low level W.C., wash hand basin with tiled floor, fully tiled walls and extractor fan.
The property is run as a successful holiday let, as indeed are numerous others within the complex, and the property is considered to be ideal as either a permanent residence, a holiday home with the option to commercially let providing a valuable source of secondary income.
There is a possibility that the quality furniture might be available to purchase through negotiation.
Early viewing of this beautiful property is strongly recommended.
The 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.
We understand there is parking for 1 maybe 2 cars outside the property, however, additional space is available in the communal car park; step up to front door. There is a lovely recessed paved patio with outside water tap accessed from the kitchen and bedroom 2; together with a further sizeable South facing open-plan paved patio to the rear; steps lead up to a communal garden area. There is a communal gravelled paved path to the side. Near the main entrance is a row of small stores and we understand Buttercup owns the 4th in, from the entrance.
We have been advised by the Seller that the property is Freehold. Interested purchasers should seek clarification of this from their Solicitor.
We understand all owners become part of the Management Company. We understand there is an annual service charge of approx. £800 p.a. (2018-19) which covers communal ground maintenance, common Sky/satellite dish and waste water treatment system. 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 through the village of Llanfachraeth, pass the Black Lion public house (right), taking the next left-hand turn into Llanfaethlu, go through the village to the bottom of the hill you will see a farmhouse on the left, go round the corner next to the farmhouse and the entrance to the development will be seen on the right-hand side.
PARTICULARS PREPARED JHB/CJK REF: 9873140