3 bedroom detached house for saleHenar Farm, Off Park Road, Llanfairfechan
Henar Farm is a most attractive property situated in an idyllic location above the North Wales town of Llanfairfechan and therefore offering some of the most uninterrupted views of this section of coast, across the Menai Strait towards Anglesey and Puffin Island with Bangor and Penrhyn Castle in the distance. The property sits within approximately eight acres of land and is the perfect retreat for anyone wanting comfortable accommodation within a beautiful setting. The main property has three comfortable bedrooms, one en-suite, and the additional detached cottage has one bedroom and a crog loft. There is a stone built barn with slate roof which is currently used as storage. The property is approached by an unadopted road. Viewing of this property is highly recommended.
Directions: From the traffic lights proceed up village road for about 150yds and take the second left turn into Park Road. Continue forward passing the Church Institute on your left hand side. At the end of road you will be facing a gate into Penmaen Park. To the right of this gate, is the gate and access road to Henar Farm. Please do not enter without prior arrangements with the Agent.
Conservatory 7.43m (24' 5') x 2.57m (8' 5')
Panel glazed front door into timber conservatory with picture windows framing the most spectacular view over the town towards Bangor, Anglesey and Puffin Island. Glazed French style doors into:
'Apple Oak; open tread staircase leading to first floor accommodation. Ash tongue and groove floor, double radiator, panel glazed door through to:
Lounge 4.79m (15' 9') x 4.09m (13' 5')
Inglenook style fireplace with inset multi fuel black iron stove, stone hearth and exposed timber lintel. Stone tiled floor, double radiator, double window aspect, double glazed sliding patio door leading back through to conservatory and opening up the views to the living room, exposed beam ceiling.
Kitchen/Diner 5.00m (16' 5') x 4.00m (13' 1')
A range of fitted wall and base cupboards in solid pine to laminated work surface and tiled splash back Inset one and a half bowl stainless steel sink with matching mixer tap. Plumbing for washing machine and dish washer. Oil fired 'Aga style; Sandyford cooker which also provides domestic hot water and central heating, black iron flue, tiled splash back to display canopy over. Exposed beam ceiling, double radiator, wood parquet floor, panel glazed door leading through to:
Part tiled walls, double radiator, tiled floor, coat hooks, panel double glazed windows and door leading to outside area.
Solid Ash tongue and groove floor boards, window with uninterrupted views over the town and Menai Strait towards Bangor, Anglesey and Puffin Island, large built in airing cupboard with hot water storage tank.
Bedroom 1 4.55m (14' 11') max x 4.10m (13' 5') max
Cottage style bedroom with Oak floor, double radiator, double glazed window with views towards the Menai Strait towards Bangor, Anglesey and Puffin Island, roof access hatch.
Bedroom 2 4.06m (13' 4') max x 4.10m (13' 5') max
Double window aspect, double radiator, double Velux roof light.
En suite shower room with a suite of corner shower cubicle with part tiled walls, wall mounted electric shower, pedestal wash hand basin, low level flush WC, extractor fan, panel glazed window with oblique glazing, roof access hatch.
Bedroom 3 4.00m (13' 1') x 2.47m (8' 1')
Double window aspect, double radiator, exposed pine floor, roof access hatch.
Suite of Victorian style role top bath with claw & ball feet, chrome mixer taps with shower attachment, pedestal wash hand basin, low level flush WC, double radiator, extractor fan, panel glazed windows with spectacular views from the bath over the town across the Menai Strait towards Bangor, Anglesey and Puffin Island, recessed 'mood lighting'.
Stone built cottage with slate roof with panel glazed door into porch with stone tiled floor and a solid timber door into:
Lounge 4.21m (13' 10') x 3.15m (10' 4')
Inglenook style fireplace with iron multi fuel wood burning stove, recessed display shelves, electric economy 7 storage heater, original beam lintel pitched roof with exposed beam ceiling. Double glazed window.
Bedroom 3.33m (10' 11') x 2.50m (8' 2')
Exposed beam ceiling, wall mounted economy 7 electric storage heater, panel double glazed window with views over the town across the Menai Strait towards Bangor, Anglesey and Puffin Island.
A suite of panelled bath with gripper handles to part tiled walls, wall mounted electric shower with rise and fall head, rail and curtain, pedestal wash hand basin, low level flush WC.
Kitchen/Breakfast Room 4.13m (13' 7') x 1.87m (6' 2')
Fitted base and wall cupboards with lime wash effect finish to laminated work surface with tiled splash back. Inset one and a half bowl stainless steel sink with matching mixer tap. Cooker housing with double electric oven, inset four ring electric hob to extractor hood canopy, exposed beam ceiling.
Exposed beam ceiling.
Barn 7.19m (23' 7') x 4.92m (16' 2')
A stone built barn with slate roof which, although unproven, we feel was the original farm house as it still has the original cooking range.
A lawned garden with steps up to tiered mature shrub borders there is also a range of further storage buildings. Land extends to about eight acres
360 degree panoramic views can be had from the farm.
Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs)
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