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Llwyn Onn, Llanfairpwll


3 Bedrooms / 2 Bathrooms / 1 Reception

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Open Plan Lounge/Diner/Kitchen, Study,
3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms & Garage Sq. Ft -931 (86.5m sq)

Llwyn Onn is a Grade II listed building located on the outskirts of the famous village boasting the
longest name in the world:
It is under a ¼ mile from Plas Newydd Historic House and Gardens, owned by the National Trust and
set on the shores of the Menai Strait, amidst breathtakingly beautiful scenery and with the Snowdonia
mountain range as a backdrop.
The development is approached down a private landscaped track and is situated just off the A4080
coastal road. The properties are ideally placed for the A55 Expressway which is under 5 minutes’ drive
away, with links onward to Bangor, Chester and the regional airports of Liverpool and Manchester. The
port of Holyhead is approximately half an hour’s drive away with ferry links onward to Ireland.
The renowned tourist attractions of Anglesey Sea Zoo together with the award winning Marram Grass
Restaurant, located very close to Llanddwyn Beach and Newborough Warren, are only a short drive
from Llwyn Onn and the Snowdonia mountains are easily accessible to explore and enjoy.
The Isle of Anglesey boasts numerous other attractions, including the historic town of Beaumaris with
it’s Castle built by Edward I, and offers wonderful coastal walks and cycling routes with many miles of
stunning beaches to explore. There are also many quality restaurants and pubs throughout the island.


Solid Oak, vertical panel doors, set in feature chunky painted door frames.

Softwood staircase with wooden and steel handrail over wooden spindles or glass panels.

Black bees wax latches and T hinges.

Mixture of ceiling and wall pendants with LED down lights in bathroom areas.

Kitchens will be individually designed and supplied by Buxton Woodwork's and will include oven, hob, extractor, fridge and dishwasher. In the early stages of the build where kitchens have not yet been ordered the client may use the existing budget and liaise with Buxton Woodwork's to design the kitchen to their own specification.

Softwood frames, all inners to be white with the external being Estate light blue. Internal window cills finished with either wood or slate.

Hardwood doors with 5 lever locks , decorated with clear stain.

Electric panel heaters fitted throughout - Dynamic Intelirads with independent thermostats that can be controlled on the heater or via a tablet or smart phone.
Electric towel rails with thermostats in bathrooms and ensuites.
Feature wood burning stove to main lounge area.
Domestic Hot water will be an electric Joule Direct
Cyclone Cylinder heater.

Matt white ceiling, matt nutmeg white walls, white skirting and door frames
Oak doors to be natural clear stain.

Bathroom to be half tiled, ensuite to be full tiled in shower enclosure with splash back behind the basin,

WC to have basin splash back and all floors to
bathrooms, ensuite and WC’s to be tiled. Where not already ordered customer can choose from a range of tiles supplied by the developer.

None with the exception of the bathrooms, ensuite and WC which will have floor tiles.
All sanitary ware to be from a quality range in white.

1700 bath with shower over and glass shower screen.
Wash hand basin
Toilet & cistern with dual flush
Towel rail
Hansgroher or similar quality taps

Enclosed shower cubicle
Wash hand basin
Toilet & cistern with dual flush
Towel rail
Hansgroher or similar quality taps

Toilet & cistern with dual flush
Wash hand basin
Hansgroher or similar quality taps

Plot 11 has the benefit of a detached garage
with forecourt parking and a substantial garden.

Council Tax 2017/2018: TBC

Llwynonn Farm, along with it’s farm manager’s house (Unit 8 in the current development), was built
in 1857 as the home farm for Plas Llwynonn, the neighbouring country house built by Lady Willoughby
de Broke in the same year. Both properties were then acquired by my family around the turn of the
20th century.
In 1984 I took over the farm from the Plas Newydd Estate, and was granted a long lease, later
freehold, by my late father, Henry, 7th Marquess of Anglesey.
Plas Newydd itself was built in the late 18th century by my ancestor, Henry William Paget, 2nd Earl
of Uxbridge, soon to be made 1st Marquess of Anglesey in the battle honours after Waterloo, in 1815,
at which he had been commander of the Allied Cavalry, and second-in-command to the Duke of
Wellington. At the end of the battle one of the last cannon shots fired hit his right leg, necessitating
its amputation above the knee. According to anecdote, he was close to the Duke of Wellington when
his leg was hit, and exclaimed, “By God, sir, I’ve lost my leg!”, to which Wellington replied “By God, sir, so
you have!”. His wooden leg is preserved to this day, in the house museum.
The magnificent house and gardens, where I was brought up, are now owned and maintained by the
National Trust.
As modern farming methods have changed so the need for the attractive array of comparatively
small stone buildings at Llwynonn has gone. So it gives me great pleasure that the house and buildings
are to be preserved for future generations by this tasteful residential development.


Leave the A55 Westbound at Junction 8A, Turn left onto A5 towards the village of Llanfairpwll. After 1/2 mile turn left onto A4080 Brynsiencyn Road. Travel for 1 Mile and the entrance to Llwyn Onn can be found on your Right hand side. The site is situated 0.2 miles along the entrance Track.

Reference: LUC1001182

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