2 Bedrooms / 1 Bathrooms / 1 Reception
This Property will be of particular interest to a wide variety of buyers so if you are a first time buyer, an investor, a downsizer or somebody seeking a second/holiday home, we would highly recommend an early viewing of this charming single storey mid terraced traditional Welsh cottage which is located in a non-estate location on the edge of the picturesque village of Pentraeth and being completely refurbished will allow you to move in and enjoy.
The stone-built dwelling, whose origins are believed to date back to the late 19th century, has been recently totally refurbished to a very high standard by the present owner.
The well-proportioned accommodation, which benefits from uPVC Double Glazing and newly installed LPG Gas Fired Central heating with combi boiler .The main living area has high vaulted ceilings exposing the original beams, an open fire with small inglenook and a bespoke freestanding solid kitchen featuring a Belfast sink and solid wood worktops and stylish tiled splashback. The floor is fully tiled for easy maintenance. A doorway leads off to a hallway which gives access to the bathroom which has been totally replumbed with a walk in shower cubicle containing an electric shower, wall hung basin and white dual flush wc. Hallway also provides access to 2 good size bright and airy bedrooms, one of which opens onto the courtyard.
Outside, to the front, a small decoratively paved forecourt provides an ideal spot for extra seating, whilst at the rear there is a small but useful courtyard that offers a sociable seating area with outside tap and has steps leading up to a gently ascending lawned garden that accommodates a spacious decked patio and a useful garden shed. In summer months, the garden is often a continuous sun trap offering a perfect place for outdoor dining and entertaining, or just relaxing. A footpath very close by provides direct access to the Anglesey coastal path and a lovely walk down to the beach at Red Wharf Bay.
Pentraeth, which lies on the A5025, one of Anglesey’s main arterial roads, has an assortment of amenities including a Petrol Filling Station with a convenience store, a post office, a Chinese and Fish and Chip Take-Away and 2 popular Public Houses. The village is also well placed for many of the coastal and rural attractions to be found on the island and is in convenient traveling distance for the well-known coastal town of Menai Bridge and the market town of Llangefni, also Benllech with its blue flag sandy beach is just a 5 minute drive where all your essential needs are well catered for. Pentraeth benefits from an excellent bus service just minutes from this property. Access to the A55 Expressway is just a short drive allowing rapid commuting throughout Anglesey, to the mainland and beyond. A little further afield, the port town of Holyhead provides daily sailings to and from Ireland and a first-rate intercity rail service
Council Tax Band: C 2019/2020 £1,380.32 EPC: F
Water- Mains -
Central Heating - LPG Bottle Gas
After crossing Britannia Bridge from the A55 Expressway take the first exit and turn right onto the A5 towards Menai Bridge. Carry on along this route for about a ¼ of a mile and on reaching the Menai Bridge roundabout take the first exit onto the B5420 Pentraeth Road. Follow the road all the way up the hill to the Four Crosses Roundabout and take the third exit onto the A5025. Continue along the A5025 for about 4 miles, on entering Pentraeth, carry on passing the Panton Arms Public House on the right and take the next right turn onto Brick Street. Follow this Street into Chapel Street, where you will find the cottage on your left-hand side. Sat Nav LL75 8LQ