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1 bedroom cottage for sale

Lon Fawr, Rhoscefnhir, North Wales

Sold by Us £85,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Stone Mid Terrace Cottage
  • Ideal Holiday Let Or First Time Buy
  • 1 Bedroom & Bathroom
  • Lounge With Inglenook & Multifuel Burner
  • Kitchen With Belfast Sink
  • Electric Panel Radiators & Double Glazing
  • Delightful Rural Views
  • Viewing Recommended

Full description

Tenure: Freehold


A little gem of a Stone Cottage in the heart of Anglesey, close to stretches of beautiful sandy beach and near to the popular town of Benllech and the City of Bangor. This Mid Terrace Cottage has been refurbished with a lightness of touch and imagination to offer a cosy home with a tantalising coastal feel. Exposed light wood beams compliment the wood floors and deep window frames through which the piquant lavender and pastels of the small front garden are visible. The accommodation has electric panel radiators, double glazing and comprises; Lounge with inglenook and multi-fuel burner, stable door to petite rear kitchen with clear roofing and velux window, restored timber and brick walls and a Belfast sink. A spiral staircase leads from the Lounge to the large Bathroom with wood floor and a Double Bedroom with built in storage and ample space for furniture. As a holiday base or first time buy, this is a truly delightful Cottage and an early viewing is recommended.  

LOCATION This Cottage is located in a tranquil rural setting in the picturesque hamlet of Rhoscefnhir, which lies close to the village of Pentraeth, as well as the renowned Red Wharf Bay and the popular resort of Benllech. The hamlet is also well placed for many of the other rural and coastal attractions to be found on the island, in addition to being in convenient travelling distance for the towns of Menai Bridge and Llangefni, which between them offer a wide range of shops and most essential services. Furthermore, both towns enjoy close links to the A55 Expressway, allowing rapid commuting throughout Anglesey, to the mainland and beyond. A little further afield the port town of Holyhead provides an excellent ferry crossing to and from Ireland, as well as a first rate inter city train service.

LOUNGE 13' 7" x 15' 6" (4.15m x 4.73m)  

KITCHEN 5' 8" x 8' 0" (1.73 max m x 2.45m)  


BEDROOM 9' 6" x 13' 2" (2.92m x 4.03m)  

BATHROOM 4' 11" x 13' 3" (1.51m x 4.05m)  

OUTSIDE To the front is a small front garden with slate shale and plants bordered by a low wall.  

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
15 July 2016


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