4 bedroom character property for saleCity Dulas, Isle Anglesey
Offers in Region of £365,000
- 11 acre registered smallholding
- ideal haven for equestrian interests
- Purpose built ventilated stable block
- 4 bedroom bungalow residence
- Bordered by a river with weir & woodlands
From Benllech, follow the A5025 in the Amlwch direction, continuing through Benllech, taking the first exit left at the Moelfre roundabout and continue round right hand bend, along the straight and down a steep hill and through Bryn Refail, passing the garden centre on the right. Continue past the Pilot Boat public house on the right and down to the bottom of the hill. Turn left towards Parc and Bryn Celyn will be found on the left hand side a short way up the road.
The property is pleasantly situated and its location is designated as an area of Outstanding Natural Beautyand an Environmentally Sensitive Area Bryn Celyn has a diversity of habitats which supports a wide range of animal and plant life.The existing habitats have been preserved or improved and new habitats created. The property is situated approx 1/4 mile from the A5025 coast road giving easy access around the island with the University City of Bangor on the mainland some 10 miles distance.
UPVC double glazed side entrance door leads to:
With ceramic tiled flooring.
Low flush W.C. Pedestal wash hand basin.
Study/Bedroom 4 10' 4 x 10' 1 (3.15m x 3.07m)
UPVC double glazed window.
Kitchen Diner 18' 0 x 11' 6 (5.49m x 3.51m)
Well fitted with a range of modern oak fronted base and wall units with easy glide drawers and double drainer sink. Wealth of working surfaces with tiled splash-backs. Plumbing for dishwasher. Built-in Hotpoint double oven with Belling Fast Line electric hob and stainless steel canopy over. Storage heater. Ceramic tiled flooring. UPVC double glazed window. Half glazed etched glass panelled door.
Utilty Room 9' 11 x 10' 0 (3.02m x 3.05m)
Double base cupboards. Plumbing for automatic washing machine.
Cupboard with hanging rail and shelving and double opening panelled doors. Plate rack. Half etched glass panelled door opening into: -
Lounge 18' 4 x 14' 4 (5.59m x 4.37m)
Slate open fireplace with back boiler heating domestic hot water. Artex and coved ceiling. Double opening UPVC patio doors to decked rear patio looking out over open field across to Mynydd Bodafon. Storage Heater
Combined Bathroom WC 8' 1 x 5' 10 (2.46m x 1.78m)
3 Piece Barhead haze coloured suite comprising: -
Low flush W.C, pedestal wash hand basin and panelled bath. heated towel rail. Dimplex electric wall heater. Complimentary tiled walls.
Master Bedroom 1 13' 11 x 11' 1 (4.24m x 3.38m)
Dimplex electric convector heater. UPVC double glazed window framing panoramic views across to Mynydd Bodafon.
En Suite Shower Room
Soft cream coloured suite consisting of vanity wash hand basin. Low flush W.C. Fully tiled shower cubicle. Heated towel rail. Built-in shelved linen store.
Bedroom 2 13' 11 x 10' 6 (4.24m x 3.20m)
UPVC double glazed window with panoramic views. Dimplex electric convector heater.
Bedroom 3 11' 7 x 9' 1 (3.53m x 2.77m)
UPVC picture window framing panoramic views extending to Mynydd Bodafon. Side UPVC double glazed window. Dimplex electric convector heater.
Enclosed concrete courtyard garden with ornamental arch shaped gate opening onto side concrete driveway with raised lawned garden with greenhouse and timber potting shed. Natural stone and hedged boundaries with cottage garden. Rear garden is laid to lawn with raised lavender hedge and shrubbery beds with purpose made timber gate leading onto the accompanying acreage.
The wildlife pond is 30 metres long and 1 metre deep. The pond has a stepped profile giving a range of depths which allow marginal plants to colonise. The pond has a scalloped edge with many inlets to allow for sheltered water regardless of wind direction. There is a central island which is often occupied by wildfowl. Six bay willow trees have been planted around the perimeter.
Existing hedges have recently been improved by coppicing, planting and fencing. New planting has included a mix of native species from local provenance stock, raised from local seed, and includes the following:-
Hawthorn : 140 plants
Elder : 15 plants
Dog Rose : 30 plants
Hazel : 55 plants
Holly : 30 plants
Ash : 15 plants
The woodland along the Afon Goch is characterised by wet woodland and mixed broadleaved woodland. This area has been managed to create a habitat for the native red squirrel and is currently being monitored as part of a project to develop the re-colonisation of the red squirrel on Anglesey.
New areas of woodland were planted in 2006 to extend the established woodland.
This includes a wet area which has been planted with Downy Birch, Alder and Ash.
A dry area planted with Sessile Oak, Ash, Silver Birch, Downy Birch, Rowan, Wild Cherry, Crab Apple and Beech.
An embankment planted with Hazel, Crab Apple, and Wild Cherry.
The woods provide nesting sites for many species of bird including birds of prey, owls and woodpeckers.
The Afon Goch provides a riverside walk in a totally natural environment. There are wild salmon and trout in the river and otters are known to pass through the property.
Separately located purpose built and individually designed stable yard.
Adjoining Stable 1 11' 7 x 10' 6 (3.53m x 3.20m)
Foaling Stable 2 18' 10 x 11' 7 (5.74m x 3.53m)
Stable 3 12' 1 x 11' 2 (3.68m x 3.40m)
With attached dog run to rear.
Stable 4 12' 1 x 11' 7 (3.68m x 3.53m)
Stable 5 12' 1 x 11' 9 (3.68m x 3.58m)
Lean To Hay Store 28' 1 x 11' 4 (8.56m x 3.45m)
The stabling is enclosed within Post and Rail fencing with a concreted front, with gate opening onto adjoining field.
Adjacent is a concrete apron with ample parking and gated access for easy unloading.
Within the filed is a former timber:
Shed Base 0' 0 x 0' 0 (0.00m x 0.00m)
Concrete shed base - suitable for shed or garage
The accompanying acreage has been re-fenced with stock proof fencing with an abundance of hedging and a fenced crossroad for easy stock handling.
For for identification purposes only.
We understand from our verbal enquiry to the Local Authority that the property is in Band: E. Amount payable for 20012/2013 is : £1,376.81.
We have been informed by the vendor (the seller), this property is FREEHOLD with vacant possession upon completion of the sale. Once the vendors solicitors are instructed, (normally when a sale has been agreed), the vendors solicitors should confirm details of title.
Again we are informed by the seller that this property benefits from Mains electricity, water and Private drainage. Telephone points (if any) subject to B.T. Regulations.
No services, appliances or central heating (if any) have been tested by Morgan Evans and Company Limited.
Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) graphs
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