3 Bedrooms / 1 Bathrooms / 2 Reception
If you are seeking a spacious and comfortable family home in a marvellous coastal setting, we would highly recommend that you view this attractive double fronted mid terrace house that is located in a pleasant residential neighbourhood on the outskirts of the historic coastal town of Beaumaris.
The dwelling, whose origins are believed to date back to the 1950’s, has in more recent years been tastefully modernised and since maintained to an exceptional standard by the present owners.
The well-proportioned accommodation, which benefits from uPVC Double Glazing and Mains Gas Fired Central Heating, includes on the ground floor, an Entrance Hall, a Sizeable open plan Lounge/Dining Area and a Spacious Modern Fitted Kitchen, while 3 Double Bedrooms and a Contemporary Family Bathroom can all be found on the first floor.
Outside at the front, the residence enjoys the advantage of a well-groomed lawned garden, while a more generous enclosed rear lawned garden displays a vibrant range of colourful perimeter plants, shrubs, bushes and floral borders, as well as having the added benefit of a large decorative timber storage shed and a paved patio area extending from the house. In summer months, the rear garden is often a continuous suntrap, offering when supervised an ideal children’s play area and the perfect spot for outdoor dining and entertaining, or just relaxing.
The historic town of Beaumaris, which sits on the banks of the Menai Strait, is well known for its medieval castle that dates back to the reign of Edward I. Being the home of the Royal Anglesey Yacht Club, it is also renowned for its sailing facilities and annual regatta. With a variety of shops, cafés, hotels, restaurants and public houses, the town also offers two 9-hole golf courses that are within easy reach of the town centre. The nearby town of Menai Bridge offers additional shopping and recreational facilities, along with close links to the A55 Expressway, allowing rapid commuting throughout Anglesey and to the mainland, passing by the acclaimed University City of Bangor and onwards towards Chester, Liverpool and Manchester, ultimately linking up with the entire UK motorway network. A little further afield, the port town of Holyhead provides daily sailings to and from Ireland and a first rate intercity train service.
Council Tax Band: C 2019/2020 £1,380.96 EPC: D
Water- Mains -
Central Heating - Mains Gas
Directions: From Menai Bridge, take the A545 towards Beaumaris. After entering Beaumaris, carry on along this route into the town centre and turn left opposite the Neptune Fish Bar into Church Street. Carry on along this route for about ½ mile and turn left onto Maes Hyfryd. Continue for approximately 200 yards and bear right into Iscoed, where you will find the property on your left-hand side.Sat Nav LL58 8HH