Bryn Marchog Porthyfelin, Holyhead REDUCED - O.I.R.O. £330,000

Sold STC
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  • SUPERB LOUNGE/DINER
  • BREAKFAST ROOM & STUDY
  • GALLEY KITCHEN
  • 3 BEDROOMS & NURSERY (used as utility)
  • SUPERB VICTORIAN STYLE BATHROOM/W.C. & SEPARATE W.C.
  • LOFT HOBBIES ROOM/STUDIO (occasional sitting room/bedroom)
  • SINGLE GARAGE
  • BEAUTIFUL LANDSCAPED REAR GARDEN
  • STUNNING HARBOUR & COASTAL VIEWS AND VIEWS OF HOLYHEAD MOUNTAIN

STUNNING HARBOUR & COASTAL VIEWS. Opportunity to acquire a substantial double front end terr house, which has been extensively refurb/mod in recent years, retaining much of its original charm and character, boasting a BEAUTIFUL LANDSCAPED WALLED GARDEN and GARAGE. Viewing highly recommended.

An opportunity to acquire surely one of Holyhead’s most desirable properties, comprising of a substantial double fronted end terraced Victorian house (of 3), which boasts a sizeable and beautifully landscaped walled rear garden, and which commands stunning breathtaking harbour and coastal views, including excellent views of Holyhead mountain from the front elevation.

The property has been extensively and sympathetically refurbished and modernised in recent years, keeping a close eye on retaining much of its original charm & character, and boasts a lovely homely feel, with the added benefit of being in a prime residential location, within yards of Holyhead harbour.

The accommodation briefly comprises of double timber doors with single glazed panels opening into the vestibule having a mosaic style tiled floor with timber single glazed windows to either side beneath a wired glazed roof; Solid original timber door opens into the porch, which in turn opens into the: Beautiful imposing hallway, having a beautiful staircase to 1st floor with a varnished handrail and white painted spindles with understairs cupboard and ceiling rose.

To the right is a lovely study, with the bay window enjoying harbour and coastal views and having a feature decorative cast iron fireplace with brick lined recess and tiled hearth.

There is a lovely spacious bright and airy lounge/diner, with the 2 rooms separated by a partition wall with wide central opening.

The front lounge has a beautiful deep recessed brick fireplace with tiled hearth, oak mantel and houses a large wood burner, there is a built-in cupboard/display cabinet to the corner alcove, ceiling rose and bay window and 2 feature column radiators.

The dining room has a matching built-in cupboard/display cabinet to corner, a column radiator, ceiling rose and a PVCu double glazed door which opens onto the rear garden. The breakfast room has a tiled floor, which extends into the adjoining kitchen, and built-in cupboards to 1 corner.

There is a lovely galley kitchen partially sub-divided by a partial intermediate wall, with the front portion having a feature floor to ceiling decorative brick chimney breasting housing an AGA gas fired cooking range, together with a long fitted worktop with base cupboards and wall units to accord, there is an open-joist ceiling, and an attractive composite stable external door with double glazed top panel opening into the rear garden; the rear part of kitchen again has a matching worktop, base and wall units and incorporates a twin enamelled sink unit and gas point.

Large feature landing which boasts a central staircase leading up from the ground floor, and also has a 2nd open-tread staircase leading up to the 2nd floor.

The 1st floor boasts 3 double bedrooms, 2 of which have wide bay windows, with the front bedrooms enjoying stunning harbour and coastal views, and all bedrooms having white painted woodboard flooring with bedroom 1 having a wash hand basin, and bedroom 2 having a single built-in wardrobe with cupboard above.

There is a beautiful bathroom having a white Victorian style suite, with chrome fitments, comprising of a sizeable roll top bath, low level W.C., wash hand basin and shower cubicle with thermostatic overhead shower, there is a Victorian style column radiator with chrome heated towel rail and tiled floor. There is a 2nd separate white low level W.C. and nursery/utility which has plumbing for a washing machine and a window which enjoys superb harbour and coastal views.

To the 2nd floor is a spacious loft hobbies room/studio (occasional sitting room/bedroom) comprising of a landing area, which encloses a central staircase, having a hatch providing access to the undereaves void, and skylight which provides excellent views of Holyhead mountain and stunning harbour and coastal views; a partial partition wall with exposed timber roof truss leads into the main room area, which has a skylight to the rear and a wide timber sealed double glazed front window which enjoys spectacular harbour and coastal views including stunning views of Holyhead mountain, electric wall heater.

Viewing of this stunning Gentleman's residence cannot be more highly recommended.


Rooms

Location

Highly desirable Gentleman's residence in a prime residential location situated adjacent to Holyhead harbour on the cusp of fine coastal and country walks including Holyhead Country Park and Mountain. The property is convenient for Holyhead town centre and most local amenities including Holyhead’s mainline railway station and ferry terminal which offers a regular ferry service to Ireland and the terminus of the A55 expressway. Truly an idyllic location.

Hall

Lounge/Diner - Approx. 3.58m x 4.34m (exc bay) (11' 9'' x 14' 3'')

Dining Room - Approx. 4.33m x 3.61m (14' 2'' x 11' 10'')

Front Study - Approx. 3.35m x 3.11m (to chimney breast - mainly exc bay) (11' 0'' x 10' 2'')

Breakfast Room - Approx. 3.13m x 2.94m (10' 3'' x 9' 8'')

Kitchen - Approx. 3.32m x 1.91m (10' 11'' x 6' 3'')

Rear Portion Approx. 1.73m x 1.91m (5' 8'' x 6' 3'') Overall Approx. (max) 5.41m x 1.91m (17' 9'' x 6' 3'')

1st Floor

Bedroom 1 - Approx. 4.30m x 3.69m (exc bay) (14' 1'' x 12' 1'')

Bedroom 2 - Approx. 3.35m x 3.16m (11' 0'' x 10' 4'')

Bedroom 3 - Approx. 3.69m x 4.29m (12' 1'' x 14' 1'')

Bathroom/W.C.

Separate W.C.

Nursery (used as utility) - Approx. 1.87m x 1.98m (6' 2'' x 6' 6'')

Loft Hobbies Room (used as occasional sitting room/bedroom)

Landing Approx. 3.37m x 2.59m (11' 1'' x 8' 6'') Main room Approx. 4.15m x 3.95m (13' 7'' x 13' 0'')

Single Garage

There is a single garage (1 of a pair) to the front – opposite the house.

Exterior

A shared gravelled path to the left hand side give access via a timber gate to a sizeable beautifully landscaped feature rear garden, enclosed by high stone walls to all sides; comprising of a paved path with fish pond to the left hand side, and a beautiful slightly raised sizeable paved patio, flanked by well stocked borders and dwarf stone walls. There is a large vegetable patch, enclosed by dwarf stone walls together with a small lawn enclosed by well stocked borders and flanked by dwarf stone walls with various trees and shrubs. There is a lean-to store to the rear of the kitchen housing a Worcester gas combi boiler and water tap, together with a lean-to W.C. There is also a timber store with a sizeable workshop to the rear right hand corner, with light and power, work bench and 2 single glazed windows. Adjacent to the kitchen is a small lean-to timber log store.

Tenure

We have been advised by the Seller that the property is Freehold. Interested purchasers should seek clarification of this from their Solicitor.

Directions

When entering Holyhead off the A55, take the third exit off the roundabout towards the town centre. Pass through the traffic lights and turn left at the cenotaph into the high street and proceed up Thomas Street hill. Proceed passing Holyhead High School continuing straight ahead at the next crossroads. Follow this road to taking the 3rd right hand turning adjacent to the Victoria public house into Bryn Marchog, and the property will be seen at the end on the right.


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Nearby Places

Name Location Type Distance
Bryn Marchog Porthyfelin
Holyhead LL65 1BA
County: Anglesey
Sale Type: Sold STC
Ref #: 9915242