4 Bedrooms / 2 Bathrooms / 2 Reception
If you are seeking a substantial country residence on Anglesey, we would highly recommend that you view this lovely detached house that stands on approximately 1.21 acres of its own grounds in an idyllic rural setting on the outskirts on the picturesque village of Dwyran.
The dwelling, which enjoys spectacular mountain and country views from parts of the property, has origins that are believed to date back to the late 18th century. More recently, the residence has undergone a comprehensive programme of modernisation that was carried out by the present owners, who have since maintained it to an exceptional standard, retaining some of the style and character one would expect to find in a home of this period and type.
The immaculate accommodation, which benefits from High Quality uPVC Double Glazing and a LPG Gas Fired Combi System, providing Central Heating and Domestic Hot Water, as well as Solid Oak Internal Doors and Staircase, includes on the ground floor a Sizeable Lounge with a Highly Efficient Multi Fuel Burner, a Sitting Room and Study, along with a Spacious Open Plan Kitchen/Dining Area/Sun Room and adjoining Utility Room with a separate WC. A Family Size Shower Room and 4 Double Bedrooms, of which the Master Bedroom has its own En Suite Bathroom and Dressing Room, can all be found on the first floor.
Outside at the front, the residence is approached through a double gated entrance onto a tarmacadam driveway that leads around to the rear of the abode, provides ample off road parking and general access to the property, including the large detached double garage that has recently been altered to include double cavity walling and an additional floor that is currently utilised as a Gymnasium. The alterations, which all conform to modern building regulations, offers the possibility of transforming the building into a profitable holiday letting annexe (Subject to the Normal Change of Use Regulations).
A spacious decoratively paved terrace extends from the rear of the house to the vast, beautifully laid out lawned garden, which stands against a magnificent wooded backdrop, is bestowed with a good deal of privacy, displaying a vibrant range of perimeter plants, shrubs, floral borders and mature trees that are liberally dispersed throughout the grounds. The garden also enjoys the added benefit of an attractive pond, along with an assortment of garden artefacts.
The village of Dwyran is opportunely placed for the many coastal and rural attractions to be found on the southern part of Anglesey. Easy access is enabled via the A55 expressway, which is approximately 7 miles from the property, allowing rapid commuting throughout the island, to the mainland, passing by the acclaimed University City of Bangor and onwards along much of the North Wales Coast towards Chester, Liverpool and Manchester, ultimately linking up with the entire UK motorway network. The nearby towns of Menai Bridge and Llangefni and their neighbouring communities ensure that with a wide range of shops, services and recreational facilities, your essential needs are well catered. A little further afield, the port town of Holyhead offers daily sailings to and from Ireland and a first rate intercity train service.
Council Tax Band: E 2019/2020 £1,897.28 EPC: D
Drainage- Septic Tank
Central Heating - LPG Gas Fired Central Heating
From Menai Bridge, take the A5 towards Llanfairpwllgwyngyll. On reaching Llanfairpwllgwyngyll, turn left at the tollhouse onto the A4080 signposted for Brynsiencyn and Newborough. Follow this route, passing through Brynsiencyn and after passing the brown sign for the Anglesey Riding Centre take the first left turn onto a country lane. Carry on along this lane for about 500 yards, where you will find the property on your right hand side, just before the steep bend to the right. Sat Nav LL61 6RG