3 Bedrooms / 2 Bathrooms / 2 Reception
If you are seeking a spacious and comfortable family home in a peaceful cul-de-sac on Anglesey, we would highly recommend that you view this attractive semi-detached house that stands next to a lovely wooded conservation area on approximately a ¼ of an acre of its own grounds, in the renowned coastal town of Menai Bridge.
The dwelling, whose origins are believed to date back to the 1980’s, has more recently been discerningly extended and modernised by the present owner, who has since maintained the property to an exceptional standard.
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 Lounge and Garden/Sun Room together with Spacious Modern Fitted Kitchen/Diner and a Family Size Wet Room. A Single and 2 Double Bedrooms together with a Contemporary Family Bathroom can all be found on the first floor.
Outside at the front, a brick paved driveway provides off road parking and general access to the property, including the vast and beautifully laid out lawned garden, that is bestowed with a good deal of privacy, displaying a vibrant range of plants, shrubs, bushes, floral borders, hedgerow and mature trees that are all liberally dispersed throughout. Additionally, the garden enjoys the added benefit of a lovely lily pond, 3 aluminium framed greenhouses, an assortment of garden artefacts and a spacious paved terrace extending from the house. In summer months, the garden, which is complimented by a wonderful wooded backdrop, offers when supervised, offers a marvellous children’s play area and the perfect spot for outdoor dining and entertaining, or just relaxing.
The renowned coastal town of Menai Bridge stands on the banks of the Menai Strait on Anglesey. The popular and busy town sits alongside the famous Thomas Telford Suspension Bridge and is within convenient travelling distance of the university city of Bangor. The town, which is well placed for the many coastal and rural attractions to be found on the island, boasts a wide range of amenities, including a primary and secondary school, a Waitrose supermarket, as well as several specialist shops and businesses, together with an assortment of restaurants and public houses. Easy access is enabled by the A55 Express way that is approximately a mile away, allowing rapid commuting throughout Anglesey, to the mainland and beyond.
Council Tax Band: C 2019/2020 £1,416.72 EPC: D
Water- Mains -
Central Heating - Gas
After crossing Britannia Bridge from the A55 Expressway take the first exit onto Pentraeth Road, carry on up the hill and after passing the secondary school on the left and then the convenience store on the right, take the 2nd right turning onto Penlon. Continue all the way along this street virtually to the end, where you will find Gilfach Goch, which is the last turning on the left. Number 10 will be found on the right hand side. Sat Nav LL59 5QL