5 Bedrooms / 3 Bathrooms / 2 Reception
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If dreams were to come true then this may well be for you!
Cadnant Gate and the Boat House Holiday Cottage, offers huge potential and versatile accommodation. Set in two and a half acres of beautiful, well established gardens. This is an area of outstanding natural beauty and site of special scientific interest in which pre planning application for further small dwelling has been applied.
Built in the 1950's this lovely residence comprises of a carriage porch, a dining hallway, a traditional kitchen with an Aga and pantry/utility, a large lounge with huge dual aspect picture windows and doorway to the extensive, south facing veranda. The rest of the ground floor is separated from the living area by an inner hall library, allowing peaceful privacy for the large unique bathroom and three double bedrooms, two of which are en-suite.
The property also comprises of an Attic and Garden Studio apartments which have been successfully let until recently and are in good decorative condition. The property has mains gas central heating, generous off road parking, part double glazing, established gardens, slipway and mooring, a unique stunning view of the Telford Suspension Bridge, Snowdonia and the Menai Strait.
Cadnant Gate is situated just under a mile from Menai Bridge which offers a range of local services for every day needs including a parade of shops, restaurant's and a supermarket.
The historic town of Beaumaris also offers a good selection of shopping and tourist attractions including Beaumaris Castle and is home to the
Royal Anglesey Yacht Club.
On the recreational front there is excellent walking inland and along the coastal path, there are several golf courses on the island and numerous sandy
beaches around Anglesey, many of which are extremely accessible from Cadnant Gate.
The property benefits from excellent communications being within 3 miles of
the A55 expressway permitting easy access along the North Wales coast to Chester, Liverpool and Manchester
On arrival, through the carriage double door entrance, is the dining hall,: which leads to a large, elegant sitting room with marble surround baxi fireplace . This room has panoramic views over the gardens to Snowdonia and the Strait and leads to the south facing sun terrace, circumventing approximately one third of the house. The kitchen, facing north west, looks over the terrace with views to Snowdonia and the Strait. Incorporated are a range of wall and floor units with white enameled original double drainer sink, 2-oven Aga, electric oven with gas hob and built in extractor hood. A small utility room with Belfast sink, washing machine, fridge freezer and shelving doubles up as a pantry. The kitchen leads to a smokers porch through strong glazed doors to the terrace and gardens.
From the dining hall another glazed door leads into an inner hall / library with doors to the large unique bathroom and 3 double bedrooms; one with wash basin, two with en suite bath/shower rooms.
A 'Slingsby ladder’ gives access to the first floor, full length of the house attic space. This is partly converted into attractive studio living containing a small kitchen and washroom and is partitioned off from a large storage area .
The full sized garden level basement houses the boiler and electric meters. It has been part converted from garage into three studio areas: one of which is a living space, wash room, separate shower room and utility room. The original metal overhead swing door remains but the entrance to the studios is through attractive folding glazed French doors allowing a covered outside seating space looking over to the water and rose gardens
Council Tax Band: G 2019/2020 £2,656.35 EPC: D
Electric-Mains Plus Solar Panels
Central Heating - Mains Gas (Boiler 5 Years Old)
From Our Office In The Town Travel Out On The Beaumaris Road A545 Passing Over Cadnant Bridge & The Entrance To The Drive To Cadnant Gate Can Be Found On Your Right Hand Side. Sat Nav LL59 5NN
Dining Hall 4.47m (14'8") x 2.18m (7'2")
Double doors leading into the dining hall, radiator, engineered wood flooring, built-in cloaks cupboard, original coving,
Lounge 7.44m (24'5") x 5.08m (16'8")
Double aspect hardwood picture windows facing the rear and side, overlooking the garden with sea views of The Menai Strait and Menai Bridge. Feature fireplace with open fire, two radiators, wood flooring, original coving, wall lights, glazed rear door with access to the rear raised wrap around veranda.
Kitchen 5.16m (16'11") x 3.40m (11'2")
Double glazed hardwood box bay window facing the side elevation and overlooking the private established garden. Marble effect work surfaces, mains gas Aga, inset gas hob with built in oven below and canopy extractor above, ceramic tiled splash back, double drainer sink unit, built in storage cupboard, walk in pantry with fitted shelving and Belfast sink. Glazed door with access to the front porch.
Bedroom One 4.83m (15'10") x 3.53m (11'7")
UPVC sliding and patio double glazed door, opening onto the patio. Built-in wardrobes, radiator, carpeted flooring
Double glazed window. Radiator, original floorboards, part tiled walls. Low level WC, double enclosure shower and electric shower, wall-mounted sink
Bedroom Two 4.83m (15'10") x 4.22m (13'10")
Double glazed hardwood window facing the rear overlooking the sea. Radiator, carpeted flooring, a built-in walk in wardrobe, ensuite tiled shower room, original coving.
Heated towel rail, tiled flooring, tiled walls, recessed lighting. Concealed cistern WC, electric shower and walk-in shower, vanity unit, extractor fan.
Bedroom Three 4.75m (15'7") x 3.28m (10'9")
Double glazed hardwood windows beautiful views over to gardens to sea, mountains and Telford Suspension Bridge . Wash basin, radiator, carpeted flooring, original coving.
Double glazed wood window with frosted glass. Radiator, original floorboards, built-in storage cupboard, part tiled walls. Concealed cistern WC, roll top bath with mixer tap, vanity unit with mixer tap, extractor fan and shaving point.
Fitted library shelving, loft access with roll down staircase (secondary access to the attic studio apartment) radiator, carpeted flooring
Loft Room 7.26m (23'10") x 2.69m (8'10")
Divided into three areas;
Double glazed velux window. Radiator, original floorboards, beam ceiling.
With access through double doors to external staircase leading to side patio on ground level
At lower ground floor level there is a large garage with extensive storage areas which is sub-divided into 3 rooms.
Beyond is a self-contained bedsit with shower room and a utility room.
The property is accessed by a circular private driveway which continues to The Boat House and slipway, round to the entrance . Wide lawns planted wit a variety of bulbs from January to June, stetch from the property to the water front containing well established trees, flowering shrubs, herbaceos borders rose and water gardens. A small woodland contains a gardeners bothy on the border of the property; stretching towards the Boat House within this acre of water front is a polytunnel and vegetable garden with delightful seating areas from which to gaze at the magnificent views.
‘The Boat House ’ is open plan in design,
the ground floor comprises living and dining areas along with a kitchen which incorporates a range of cupboards with shelving and Belfast sink: the cherry wood and slate slab work surfaces were locally resourced from the grounds, once the scene of a busy little port before the building of the Telford Suspension Bridge. A wood burning stove, heats a cosy corner of the seating area, to the side of which is access to a wet room, w.c.and hand basin also furnished with slate from the grounds
An open tread stairway serves the mezzanine first floor, who has restricted headroom and incorporates a seating area and two spaces curtained off as double bedrooms. The stairway has a motorised raising device to enable wider use of the downstairs space.
‘The Boat House ’ is served by electric central heating.