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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Llanfaglan, Gwynedd

£444,950

Property Description

Key features

  • Large Detached Farmhouse
  • Ample Parking / Four Bedrooms
  • Approximately 2 Acres of Land
  • Two Outbuildings
  • Rural peaceful Location
  • EPC. E

Full description

A fantastic and rare opportunity to purchase a substantial farmhouse set in the idyllic countryside with breath-taking panoramic views towards the Snowdonia Mountain range, Menai Strait, Llyn Peninsula and Anglesey. The farmhouse dates back to the turn of the century and has been tastefully extended and modernised by the current owner briefly comprising of an impressive entrance hallway with feature spiral staircase, four bedrooms having en suite facilities, three reception rooms, utility room and kitchen breakfast rooms. The property is approached via a well maintained private lane leading down to the main Farmhouse and parking area. To the rear of the main house are two stone outbuildings, one being the original farmhouse dating back to the 16th century with slate roofs which could provide a variety of possible uses subject to relevant planning consent. The formal gardens wrap around the main house where to the rear is a field also included just beyond the two stone buildings. All in all extending to approximately 2 acres.
The small hamlet of Llanfaglan is situated yards from The Foryd Nature reserve where you can appreciate views across to Anglesey on one side and the panoramic mountain views of Snowdonia on the other. The historical royal town of Caernarfon is only 3 miles away were various amenities can be explored schools, supermarkets as well as leisure amenities such as golf course, leisure centre and various cuisines. Additionally nearby is the university town of Bangor a world renowned city of learning with the university providing the courses and facilities that attract students with a wide range of famous name high street shopping outlets, supermarkets and out of town shopping facilities and a mainline railway station providing links for the North West coast and the port at Holyhead. This truly is a beautiful corner of Wales. EPC: E


Entrance Hall 
10' 8'' x 6' 9'' (3.27m x 2.08m)
With tiled floor and useful built in 3 door cloaks cupboard and double glazed window overlooking the rear courtyard and outbuildings towards y foryd. Double doors lead to:

Impressive Entrance Hall 
With a particular feature being the timber circular open tread staircase with exposed spindels leading to the first floor. To the side there is a double radiator that provides background heat. With coving to ceiling and doors leading off to:

Spacious Lounge 
25' 3'' x 16' 9'' (7.71m x 5.11m)
The focal point of the room being the adam style fireplace with open fire, tiled hearth and coving over with feature bay window to front with curved double radiator below the double glazed window overlooking the front gardens towards the distant mountains. Set to the side is a uPVC double glazed patio doors that lead out to the side patio and garden areas with views towards the waterfront. Double radiator set to rear.

Fitted Kitchen/Living Room 
25' 5'' x 11' 8'' (7.75m x 3.56m)
With fitted kitchen units to two walls incorporating NEFF dishwasher, upright fridge, hob with extractor over, built in NEFF oven and microwave. Living area with bay window and curved double radiator, part double glazed window and double glazed side patio doors leading out to the front and side garden areas. A double glazed window is located in the kitchen area that provides lovely views across the countryside, coving to ceiling and tiled floor.

First Floor 
Spacious landing providing seating area around the feature curved landing area and views out over the countryside towards Llanddwyn Island and the Isle of Anglesey. Doors lead off to:

Master Bedroom 1 
17' 3'' x 16' 7'' (5.28m x 5.08m)
With radiator below uPVC double glazed window that again provides views over the countryside and coving to ceiling.

Bedroom 2 
17' 1'' x 11' 10'' (5.22m x 3.62m)
With radiator, uPVC double glazed windows to front and side and coving to ceiling.

En-suite Shower Room 
With 3 piece suite and radiator. Tiled shower cubicle with electric shower.

Bedroom 3 (Rear) 
10' 10'' x 14' 4'' (3.32m x 4.39m) Plus recess around a curved wall
Radiator, uPVC double glazed window overlooking rear towards the sea and the Isle of Anglesey.

En-suite Bathroom 
With 3 piece suite incorporating off set corner bath. Radiator.

Bedroom 4 
25' 3'' x 8' 10'' (7.72m x 2.71m)
With 2 uPVC double glazed window to front and double radiators below. The room is beautifully laid out to provide bedroom area and sitting room area.

En-suite Bathrom 
With modern 3 piece suite, electric shower over bath, tiled walls and combination towel rail.

Outside 
A long drive leads down to the property with tarmac courtyard area set to the rear. Formal gardens are located to front, side and rear of the property with a particular feature of this property having two stone outbuildings, one being the former and original farmhouse of the property with slate roof. In our opinion both these outbuildings could possibly lend themselves to conversion into holiday cottages or stables subject to planning consent or continued to be used as they are now as outbuildings. Set to the rear of the property is the L shaped paddock that gently slopes away from the property. All in all an excellent opportunity in our view for a hobby farmer with a small flock of sheep or possibly horses. The gardens provide patio and lawn areas which could be fully utilised as they are now as formal gardens areas or possible incorporated into farmland.

Cloakroom 
Housing low suite WC, pedestal wash hand basin and radiator.

Spacious Utility Room 
11' 0'' x 14' 11'' (3.36m x 4.56m) Plus recess
With tiled floor, door to rear, single drainer stainless steel sink unit, plumbing for automatic washing machines, Trianco oil fired boiler providing domestic hot water and central haeting and fitted shelving. From the main hall, glazed door leads through to:

Dining Room 
16' 10'' x 9' 11'' (5.15m x 3.04m)
With double radiator, dado rail, uPVC double glazed windows to front and rear with the front windows being a bay window overlooking the gardens. The dining room leads through to:

Sitting Room 
14' 6'' x 16' 11'' (4.42m x 5.18m)
With natural stone breasting on a slate hearth with open fire. Double radiator set with a front uPVC double glazed bay window, coving to ceiling and double radiator to rear. With secondary staircase leading to first floor and obscured glass door leading to side porch.

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01 February 2014

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