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2 bedroom detached house for sale

Cerrig-Man, Amlwch, Isle of Anglesey

Sold by Us £220,000

Property Description

Key features

  • A Detached Residence Of Immense Charm
  • Renovated & Modernised To A High Standard
  • 2 Bedrooms & Stylish Contemporary Bathroom
  • Beamed Lounge & First Floor Sitting Room
  • uPVC Double Glazing & Oil Central Heating
  • Generous Plot With Extensive Landscaped Gardens
  • Exceptional Far Reaching Countryside & Sea Views
  • 30' Static Caravan With Services
  • Much Potential To Enlarge (Subject To Planning)
  • A Unique Setting & Exciting Opportunity

Full description

Tenure: Freehold


Ty Lawr is a real hidden gem - a Detached Residence of immense character with a charm that's sure to captivate your imagination. Whilst the property and its splendid gardens are delightful, the setting and location are also a worthy highlight worth a mention too. Tucked away in a private location close to the northerly village of Amlwch, the coastline is never far from sight and can be reached in minutes whilst the Parys Mountain copper trail is right on your doorstep, offering exceptional walks amongst centuries of history - the local landscape offering endless colour too - you'll see what we mean if you book a viewing! This beautifully presented property has bags of character but has been sympathetically renovated and modernised to a high standard with a finish which is very pleasing on the eye. From the first floor, you'll be spoilt in terms of views towards the sea (and Isle of Man) - something which will also be enjoyable after the sun has gone down watching the night sky unfold and spotting distant ships on the horizon. The gardens have been meticulously maintained and will no doubt prove popular with youngsters. The addition of a static caravan adds much versatility too and scope for holiday let purposes - the main house itself has been utilised as a holiday let and in this capacity, could prove a worthwhile investment let alone a fine family home! Benefiting from oil central heating and uPVC double glazing the accommodation comprises: Entrance Hall, Lounge, Kitchen, Conservatory, Bathroom, Landing/Sitting Room and 2 Bedrooms, as well as a Wc in the garden.  

LOCATION The property is situated on the edge of Amlwch in a beautiful rural setting. The town of Amlwch has a fascinating history, put on the map in the 18th century for the vast amounts of copper discovered on Parys Mountain. The town became the second largest in Wales and dominated the price of copper the world over. Amlwch has an excellent range of amenities, businesses, banks, leisure facilities, schools and a modern health centre. The town is served by a regular bus service and the excellent road network allows for easy commuting to the towns of Llangefni, Holyhead, the A55 expressway and the mainland. On the edge of Amlwch is a popular 18-hole golf course at Bull Bay which enjoys the distinction for being Wales' most northerly village. Anglesey has much to offer in the way of fabulous beaches, sailing and water sports, together with the recently completed coastal walk with over 120 miles of breath-taking coastline to enjoy.


KITCHEN 10' 11" x 11' 4" (3.33m x 3.47m)  

SITTING ROOM 13' 11" x 14' 5" (4.26m x 4.41m max)  

CONSERVATORY 10' 0" x 10' 2" (3.06m x 3.10m)  

BATHROOM 8' 11" x 6' 5" (2.72m x 1.97m)  


LOUNGE 9' 3" x 18' 6" (2.84m x 5.64m)  

BEDROOM 1 6' 0" x 17' 10" (1.83m x 5.46m)  

BEDROOM 2 10' 0" x 12' 7" (3.05m x 3.84m)  

OUTSIDE The majority of the gardens are lawned with 2 ponds and are home to a good variety of trees, shrubs and decorative plants with dry stone wall boundaries. On the approach is a gated gravelled drive for private parking purposes. Part of the gardens are incorporated into the rocky outcrop upon which the property adjoins, where steps have been cut into the rock, leading to a fabulous viewing promontory with extensive views towards the sea. A 30' static caravan has its own separate access, a raised decked patio and all services connected. A further garden is hidden away to the north, and definitely a welcome surprise and also featuring a pond. This would make an excellent vegetable garden yet could equally be utilised as space for a further static caravan - there is so much scope here- the choice is yours. There is also a disused former cottage which theoretically could be converted to enlarge the accommodation of the main property - subject to planning consents and approvals. To the lower parts of the garden there is also a mains powered workshop. 

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17 October 2016


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