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4 bedroom detached house for sale
- Restored farmhouse
- New England design
- Living Room - Sun Lounge
- Study. Sitting room
- Martin Moore Kitchen
- Four bedrooms, 1 ensuite
- Driveway. 3 acre gardens
- Views to the sea
A BEAUTIFULLY RESTORED 19TH CENTURY STONE FARMHOUSE OF CONTEMPORARY NEW ENGLAND THEME, SET IN APPROXIMATELY 3 ACRES OF GROUNDS TO INCLUDE A PADDOCK WITH FORMER STABLES. The property benefits from Planning Permission to extend and the accommodation briefly comprises: Entrance hall, living room with sun lounge taking full advantage of the views, kitchen/breakfast room with AGA, utility room, inner hall, cloakroom, study, sitting room. First floor Principal bedroom with ensuite shower room, three further bedrooms and family bathroom. Gravelled driveway with parking and turning area. Timber and felt barn, sun terrace with water feature and barbecue area, natural hillside gardens with trees and shrubs. Paddock with former stables.
Hen Efail is situated in a tranquil rural location on the east of the Isle of Anglesey above the village of Llangoed, being some 3 miles to the north of Beaumaris. Occupying an elevated position, the property adjoins an area of outstanding beauty overlooking open countryside with views of the sea. Set back from the lane and approached via a gravelled drive, Hen Efail enjoys a private position against the hillside.
The property is just over 1 mile from the village of Llangoed which has a local store and post office with more comprehensive facilities in Beaumaris including pubs, restaurants, banks and high street retailers. There are numerous beaches nearby and a sailing club at Beaumaris, numerous golf courses and extensive mountain walks. Despite its rural location the area is extremely accessible via the A55 Expressway allowing for easy travel along the North Wales coast to Chester, Liverpool and Manchester.
Hen Efail is believed to date from the early 19th Century and is contructed principally from stone with Canadian cedar cladding under a slate roof. Of late the property has been extended and modernised thruoghout, offering light and airy accommodation with a contemporary New England theme. The finish is to an extremely high specification with Chesney style stone fireplaces, limestone flooring, mood lighting, Martin Moore kitchen, Samuel Heath bathroom fittings, Forbes Lomax light fittings and bespoke built-in cabinets, displays and book shelving by Edsons of Nottingham.
Across the front of the house are three principal reception rooms, taking full advantage of the views. Planning Permission has recently been granted to add a dining room and library/family room beyond and kitchen incorporating a master bedroom with balcony and ensuite bathroom at first floor level which if implemented will give rise to an overall floor area of approximately 5,5oo sq.ft.
Main House Floor Plan
The detailed accommodation comprises:
York stone terrace, external lighting and front door to Hall. Steps to:
wiring for wall lights, downlighters and radiator, steps down to:
7.19m(23'7'') x 6.25m(20'6'')
with Sun Lounge, having brick fireplace with hood set on a stone hearth beneath a stone mantel and surround, downlighters, radiators and double French doors opening onto Sun Terrace.
6.25m(20'6'') x 4.11m(13'6'')
Fitted Martin Moore kitchen with wall and base units finished in Manhattan grey under granite work surfaces including a central island unit and incorporating twin and single ceramic sinks with mixer taps, four oven gas AGA with electric companion and gas hob, Miele fridge and dishwasher, concealed bin, tongue and groove boarded ceiling, downlighters, limestone floor, radiators and double glazed double doors to outside.
Built in cupboards housing the Potterton gas central heating boiler, plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer, downlighters and limestone floor.
Wiring for wall lights, downlighters, radiator, French doors to terrace and built in cupboard.
Low flush w.c., built in circular hand basin set in limestone, slate floor, downlighters and radiator.
4.55m(14'11'') x 3.15m(10'4'')
Built in book shelves and cupboard incporporating filing cabinets by Edsons of Nottingham, concealed lighting, downlighters, wiring for wall lights, radiator and double French doors to the front garden.
8.61m(28'3'') x 4.06m(13'4'') ext. to 26'11
With dining area, having built in display shelving with concealed lighting, wiring for wall lights, two window seats, living flame gas fire with log effect in a cast iron grate on a stone hearth beneath a stone mantel, downlighters and radiators. Extending into Dining Area with moulded pelmets, downlighters and double French doors to terrace.
A turned staircase leads to a galleried landing with downlighters, radiator and lift access. Airing cupboard off housing twin Stanton pressurised hot water cylinders.
4.88m(16'0'') x 4.85m(15'11'')
Built in twin hand basins finished in beaten nickel set in marble with cupboards below, wiring for wall lights, downlighters and radiator.
Decorative pebble floor, pressurised Samuel Heath shower, low flush w.c., built in hand basin, heted towel rail, wiring for wall lights and downlighters.
6.91m(22'8'') x 4.55m(14'11'')
Built in hand basin set in marble with ciupboards and drawers below, wiring for wall lights, half panelled walls, downlighters and built in wardrobes with shelving.
Built in cupboards, wiring for wall lights, radiator. Velux window and eaves storage cupboard.
Panelled bath with marble surround and splashbacks incorporating shower fitting, built in twin hand basins with cupboard below, tiled shower cubicle with Samuel Heath fittings, marble floor, low flush w.c., heated towel rail and downlighters.
4.24m(13'11'') x 3.48m(11'5'')
Downlighters and radiator.
3.00m(9'10'') x 2.97m(9'9'')
Wiring for wall lights, downlighters and radiator.
Approached via a gated entrance with splayed stone walls, the gravelled drive leads to a parking and turning area to the side of the property. Against the drive is a timber and felt BARN 56' x 24' approx. on a brick plinth with concrete floor. To the front of the house is a sun terrace laid with narrow Belgian brick sets incorporating a water feature and shrub borders flanked by external lighting. The sun terrace incorporates a barbecue/dining area with semi-circular steps rising to a circular patio with lighting. Against the terrace is a stone retaining wall with lavender bed whilst above there is a natural hillside garden with grassy banks, trees and shrubs and seating area, taking full advantage of the coastal views. In front of the lower terrace is a mown area and paddock with former stables and field gate to the lane.
Town & Country Planning
On 6.8.2008 Planning Application No. 35C196B was approved permitting a single storey dining extension beyond the kitchen connecting to a two storey extension incorporating at ground level a Library/Family Room, Store Room and Cloakroom with stairs to first floor Double Bedroom with Balcony taking advantage of the sea views and Ensuite Bathroom.
Mains water, electricity and drainage. Liquid propane gas central heating. Telephone subject to BT regulations. Broadband connection available. Burglar alarm and security lighting.
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