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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Cemlyn, Cemaes Bay, North Wales

Withdrawn from Market £425,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Striking Detached Walled House
  • Idyllic Coastal & Rural Setting
  • 4 Bedrooms & Family Bathroom
  • 3 Spacious Reception Rooms
  • Large Conservatory
  • Fitted Kitchen & Utility Room
  • Immense Enclosed Rear Gardens
  • Vast Detached Garage & Ample Off Road Parking
  • Separate 1.12-Acre Plot Of Land With Derelict Buildings
  • Advantage Of No Onward Chain

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

 

Bryn Aber is a striking detached walled house standing on about 3.86 acres of its own grounds by the waterside in the beautiful Cemlyn Bay. Cemlyn Bay is one of the most important nature reserves in this part of north Wales and has been designated as both an area of outstanding natural beauty and special scientific interest.
The dwelling, whose origins are believed to date back to the early 20th century, was purchased by the renowned aviator Captain Vivian Hewitt in 1930. Rather uniquely, Captain Hewitt built a high wall around the entire property giving it a fortress like appearance and an inevitable air of mystery. In reality, Hewitt was a passionate amateur ornithologist who built the wall as windbreak in order to attract all forms of wild birds to his grounds.
After his death, the property was left to his housekeeper and her family but sadly, it has been neglected over recent years, leaving it in need of a great deal of internal and external attention.
The well-proportioned accommodation includes on the ground floor an Entrance Hall, 4 Spacious Reception Rooms, a Large Conservatory and a Fitted Kitchen with an adjoining Utility Room. 4 Double Bedrooms and a Family Bathroom with a separate WC.
 

LOCATION Lying in an idyllic coastal and rural setting in the lovely Cemlyn Bay, Bryn Aber is opportunely placed for the many of the other alluring bays, sandy beaches and rustic attractions to be found on the North Anglesey coastline. Easy access is enabled via the A55 expressway, which can be found about 12 miles from the property, allowing rapid commuting throughout the island, to the mainland, passing by the acclaimed University City of Bangor and onwards to Chester, ultimately linking up with the UK motorway network. The conveniently placed towns of Amlwch & Holyhead and their neighbouring communities ensure that with a range of shops, services and recreational facilities, your essential needs are well catered for. Additionally, the port town of Holyhead offers daily sailings to and from Ireland and a first-rate intercity train service.  

DINING ROOM 6' 11" x 24' 8" (2.11m x 7.54m)  

KITCHEN 10' 10" x 15' 11" (3.31m x 4.87m max)  

UTILITY ROOM 5' 4" x 5' 2" (1.65m x 1.59m)  

LIVING ROOM 1 13' 5" x 12' 4" (4.10m x 3.78m)  

LIVING ROOM 2 9' 5" x 16' 11" (2.88m x 5.16m)  

RECEPTION ROOM 10' 7" x 16' 9" (3.23m x 5.13m)  

CONSERVATORY 10' 7" x 16' 9" (3.23m x 5.13m)  

LANDING  

BEDROOM 1 10' 7" x 16' 10" (3.23m x 5.14m)  

BEDROOM 2 12' 2" x 13' 6" (3.72m x 4.14m)  

BEDROOM 3 9' 6" x 13' 9" (2.90m x 4.21m)  

BEDROOM 4 13' 6" x 9' 8" (4.14m x 2.95m)  

NURSERY  

BATHROOM 8' 4" x 9' 10" (2.56m x 3.01m)  

OUTSIDE Outside the residence is accessed through a Metal Vehicular Security Gate onto a large Tarmacadam forecourt providing ample off road parking and general access to the property including a vast detached garage/workshop and the immense lawned gardens to the rear that are divided by separate walled enclosures. The gardens, which in the past displayed an enormous range of exotic plants shrubs, bushes, majestic trees, are now thoroughly overgrown and need a great deal of re-cultivation to return to their former glory.
A promontory extends from the house across the water to a tract of land, amounting to approximately 1.12 acres accommodating 3 derelict stone buildings of varying sizes that to been used for the storage of coal and items. This tract and the buildings are included in the sale of Bryn Aber.  

AGENTS NOTE Please be aware that this property sits within a high risk flood zone. Purchaser should make their own enquiries through the environment agency  


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