Coch Y Mieri comprises of a sizeable country home offering spacious family accommodation retaining a wealth of original features and charm. A traditional farmhouse which has been extended and split in order to accommodate owners accommodation as well as a further letable holiday unit. In addition a further one bedroomed Bothy detached from the homestead provides further letable holiday accommodation.
Situated conveniently from the homestead lie an excellent range of agricultural buildings and stables providing excellent equestrian facilities with 15 stables, a ménage and grazing paddocks in all extending to approximately 16 acres. In addition to a perfect family home and by virtue of direct access to the surrounding beaches and woodland, the holiday let provides excellent equestrian tourism opportunities.
Accommodation - Owners residence – Access is provided directly into the dining/reception hall where an open balustrade staircase leads to the first floor accommodation. The living room is open to the eaves benefits from a traditional multi fuel burning stove and enjoys fabulous views over Red Wharf Bay.
Access is provided to bedroom one at the rear of the property benefitting from an en-suite WC and access to the study. The large kitchen fitted with a substantial range of base and eye level units, leads through to a hallway giving access to the utility room and bedroom two, a double aspect room also benefitting from en-suite facilities. To the first floor, a central sitting room commands a panoramic view over the estuary and provides access to bedroom three with en-suite facilities and bedroom four being a traditional crog loft.
The letable unit could simply be reverted to being part of the main house again is accessed from the front elevation with hardwood timber doors leading directly into the dining/reception room, an exceptionally light room benefitting from superb views over Red Wharf Bay and the Anglesey headlands. Doors open through to an attractive lounge with open fire place and slate hearth providing access to the sitting room and kitchen. The kitchen to the rear of property is well fitted with both base and eye level units and provides access to a useful utility room with access out to the rear yard. From the sitting room stairs rise to the first floor accommodation which comprise of two bedrooms offering fantastic views as well as a family bathroom and storage/utility cupboard.
It should be noted that the property has been split by the current owners for letting purposes which could simply be brought back to one residence.
To the outside a separate Bothy offers a generous one bedroomed bedsit with living/sleeping area with multi fuel burning stove, a well fitted kitchen, bathroom and shower room. An ideal letable unit.
Gardens And Grounds - The property is accessed via a gravelled driveway bounded by mature trees and provides access to the useful paddocks which equate to approximately 13 acres. The remainder of the grounds comprise of well planted garden to include areas for outdoor entertaining and a proportion of woodland providing excellent shelter to the coastal setting. The grounds have been set up with equestrian use in mind with a central access track from the main yard leading to the majority of paddocks. The property is well fenced and boundaries clearly defined.
Equestrian Facilities - Conveniently located away from the homestead lies a goodly range of agricultural buildings providing general storage for fodder, feed and machinery, tack rooms and stabling for approximately 15 horses. A ménage with sand surface and post and rail fencing gives a useful exercising space adjacent to the stable yards not to mention endless access to bridle paths, woodland and of course sandy beaches.
Bespoke Holiday Units - The property receives an annual service charge income of £2500 each from four bespoke holiday units which are situated on the driveway before the main property.
Easements And Rights Of Way - We are informed that the driveway has a right of way granted to Lord Buckley to access the conservation area to the North of Coch Y Mieri. Further details can be provided upon request.
Services Mains Water
LPG gas central heating
Private drainage system
Council Tax Band : Coch Y Mieri Band D 2017/2018 £1,364.04 EPC : F
Coch Y Mieri Cottage Band C 2017/2018 £1,212.48 EPC : G
Coch Y Mieri The Bothy Band A 2017/2018 £909.36 EPC : F
Coch-y-Mieri is situated on the east of the island above Llanddona and within 7 miles of the A55
expressway allowing for ease of travel along the North Wales coast to Chester, Liverpool and Manchester whilst Bangor station offers a regular rail service to London via Crewe.
To reach the property travel from Chester on the A55 and having crossed the Britannia Bridge over the Menai Strait take the first exit Junction 8 following signs for Beaumaris, turn right onto the A5. Follow signs for Beaumaris onto the A545. In Beaumaris, turn left onto Church Street B5109 and continue for about a mile then turn right signposted Llanddona after about 3miles, turn left towards Wern-y-Wylan. Continue to follow this road as it winds down all the way to sea level, and once you reach the end of the road, turn left onto the gravel driveway which leads up to Coch-y-Mieri.