There's no denying the time, effort, love and expense which has been lavished on this exceptional Detached Residence and additional Barn Conversion. Taken in its entirety, these 2 properties sit within spacious garden grounds and a small paddock area complete with a vast range of useable barns and outbuildings in an attractive countryside setting of typical rolling farmland, on the beautiful Isle of Anglesey. There are expansive views in all directions with the mountain range of Snowdonia on the mainland being a particular highlight.
A perfect family home, the main residence (formerly a farmhouse) has been totally transformed and enlarged to provide exceptional accommodation for all to enjoy, all done in a highly attractive contemporary style. Based around the original dwelling, it blends a complementary mix of old and new, so there's plenty of charm and character on display too - you'll be pleasantly surprised at the 16th century inglenook and exposed original stone walls. The bespoke Martin Lloyd kitchen will undoubtedly be the hub of the home and really does catch your eye - the granite worktops are just the start. The south facing elevation has bi-folding doors which practically invite the outdoors in - in fact, the entire east wing has wide, floor to ceiling windows, something which is all the more impressive when you see the master bedroom! Underfloor-heating features throughout the ground floor, with conventional radiators located on the first floor and uPVC double glazing throughout. A solar panel (PV) installation provides free hot water. The attached outbuilding/store would make a perfect studio apartment - subject to planning consents and approvals.
The secondary accommodation which is currently tenanted and generates an income, is a 2 storey former barn which has an attractive style of its own. In fact, it's just as appealing as the main residence, just in a more rustic way. The upside-down layout is particularly appealing with the first floor layout offering character that only a barn conversion could, with exposed 'A' frames and beams and an open plan layout with superb views! Granite worktops feature here also, as well as slate flooring. Under-floor heating is provided on both floors via an environmentally friendly air source heat pump.
The range of outbuildings and barns provide enormous scope for further development/conversion, where planning permission and consents should be consulted in order to realise just what could be possible - the potential for holiday lets is certainly a possibility worth exploring. There's plenty of outdoor space with private gardens for both houses as well as a sizeable yard with plentiful parking for numerous vehicles as well as a private drive leading to the property off the main road.
Neuadd Coedana is ideally situated virtually in the centre of the Isle of Anglesey, the renowned island sitting off the northern edge of North Wales and blessed with miles of diverse coastline ranging from beautiful beaches to plunging cliffs with some 125 miles of coastal path to take it all in. The property lies approximately 4½ miles from the market town of Llangefni which can be reached in a matter of minutes as can the main A55 expressway for easy travel to the mainland and beyond. The hamlet of Coedana is positioned amidst open countryside with exceptional open views towards the Snowdonia mountain range on the mainland. Situated on the B5111 means local amenities can be found at Llanerchymedd as well as a primary school whilst also being situated on a bus route. The larger town of Llangefni is always bustling with trade by way of a number of independent shops, retailers and supermarkets. The town boasts primary schools, a secondary school, college facilities and an industrial park.
Council Tax Band :H 2018/2019 £2,845.44 EPC :F