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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Dwyran, Llanfairpwll, North Wales

Sold by Us £550,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Strikingly Beautiful Detached House
  • Idyllic Rural Setting
  • Approximately 3 Acres Of Garden & Woodland
  • Maintained To An Exceptional Standard
  • uPVC & Timber Framed Glazing
  • LPG Gas Fired Central Heating
  • Sizeable Lounge, Dining Room, Conservatory & Cloakroom
  • Modern Bespoke Fitted Kitchen & Utility/Laundry Room
  • 4 Double Bedrooms (2 En Suite) & Family Bathroom
  • Attached Double Garage & Ample Off Road Parking

Full description

Tenure: Freehold


Tre Anna is a striking detached house that stands in a private elevated position, enjoying superb open country views towards the Snowdonia mountain range from many parts of the property, while overlooking its own beautiful grounds and private drive that extend to approximately 3 acres of garden and woodland.

The house, whose origins date back to the mid nineteenth century, has over the years been sympathetically extended and modernised and since maintained to an exceptional standard by the present owners, retaining a good deal of the characteristic style unique to its period of construction including high ceilings, a magnificently wide staircase and with the exception of the kitchen, which utilises uPVC double glazing, an abundance of generously proportioned timber framed sash windows giving a light and airy feel throughout much of the dwelling.

The immaculate accommodation, which is served by a brand new LPG gas fired Vaillant combination boiler providing central heating and domestic hot water, includes on the ground floor, an Entrance Hall, a sizeable Lounge with a lovely bay window that houses a powerful multi-fuel burner, a spacious Dining Room, an eye-catching Conservatory and a modern bespoke fitted Kitchen with solid wood wall and base units, granite and hardwood work surfaces, and a central island unit incorporating a stainless steel electric NEF oven. The ground floor accommodation is completed by a roomy Utility/Laundry Room together with a back door "mud room" and a separate WC. There is also convenient connected storage area that gives direct access to a double garage.
The first floor provides four Double Bedrooms, the Master Bedroom has both an En-Suite Shower/Dressing Room and an interconnecting En-Suite Bathroom, whilst Bedrooms 2 has an En-suite bathroom that with a second door also serves as a family bathroom. Bedroom 3 has an En-Suite Shower Room. 

LOCATION Lying in a most idyllic rural setting on the outskirts of the village of Dwyran, Tre Anna is opportunely placed for the many coastal and rustic attractions to be found on the southern part of Anglesey. Easy access is enabled via the A55 expressway, which is approximately 7 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 entire UK motorway network. Excellent rail services link Bangor to London, Liverpool and Manchester. The nearby towns of Menai Bridge and Llangefni and their neighbouring communities provide a wide range of shops, services and recreational facilities, A little further afield, the town of Holyhead offers daily sailings to and from Ireland and a first rate intercity train service. 

OUTSIDE The residence is approached through a gated entrance onto a long winding gravelled driveway that propels you onto a generous forecourt at the near side of the house, providing ample off road parking and general access to the property, including the attached Double Garage with an electric up and over door, and a terrace of stone built storage buildings that guards one boundary of the lovely enclosed organic walled garden displaying a vast range of exotic plants, shrubs, and several fruit bearing bushes and trees along with two lily ponds, seating areas, and garden artefacts. Additional lawned gardens can be found on both sides of the house that provide safe play areas for children. At the far side of the house, a decked patio alongside the conservatory offers a marvellous spot for outdoor dining and entertaining or just relaxing.
An immense southerly facing lawn cascades gently down from the house, crossing the driveway and down to the entrance of the property. Together with the boundary woodland that encircles the entire estate, these lovely grounds become a natural habitat for a vast diversity of flora and fauna, providing a haven of total privacy and enduring tranquillity, away from the pressures of modern life.

VENDOR INTERVIEW This attractive four-bedroom Victorian stone-built home, which is set in approximately 3 acres of gardens, occupies an elevated position surrounded by trees and open countryside at the end of a long private driveway near Dwyran.
"We've been here for more than 17 years," says Jane. "We were looking for somewhere that would give us easy access to work in Bangor and we were attracted by the beautiful, peaceful location of the house with its wonderful views of the surrounding countryside and distant mountains. It was just two miles from lovely beaches and offered us and our young family spacious accommodation and extensive lawns for kicking a football, badminton, and a woodland for finding a tree or two to climb. It also had a fantastic walled garden and a great patio area for entertaining in the summer."
"About four years ago, we undertook a major renovation on the ground floor," recalls Jane. "We refurbished the kitchen entirely as well as both of the cloakrooms and the all-important utility room. The kitchen has been the heart of our home, having space for a sofa as well as a breakfast table, not to mention a fabulous island for preparing and cooking the great organic food available in this part of Wales. We have had so many great family meals here and it especially nice to use our lovely separate dining room for these happy occasions. We relined the chimney and added a new fireplace with a wood-burning stove in the lounge, where a bay looks towards Snowdonia. The lounge and the kitchen open to the conservatory, which leads out onto a large decked area and the lawns beyond. The only original fireplace is in the study but we rediscovered and exposed the beautiful Victorian mosaic floor in the hallway, which had lain hidden under carpet for years. On the first floor, we refurbished the master bedroom's en-suite bath, shower and dressing room - the master bedroom also has a bay with views over Snowdonia."
"The walled garden is just under an acre in size and has stone walls 15 feet high, so inside it's a few degrees warmer than outside," explains Jane. "When we came, it was sectioned into quarters by rough paths with some espaliered fruit trees. We reinstated the paths and created a kitchen garden with organically grown soft fruit and vegetables as put in two ponds and areas of perennials, shrubs and trees. It's an incredibly peaceful spot, which attracts much birdlife, including owls."
"Anglesey is a safe quiet place to live and the community here has been so very welcoming," adds Jane. "The bus to the excellent local high school picked our children up from the bottom of the drive; and getting them to music and sports lessons was quick and easy. Local amenities include Hooton's Homegrown, a popular organic farm shop; a Waitrose in Menai Bridge; and a Tesco in Bangor. It's a 15-minute drive to Holyhead and about an hour to Chester, while Bangor station has a direct line to Euston in about 3.5 hours, so communications are good."
"Tre Anna has been a fabulous family home," concludes Jane. "We will especially miss its garden, the space and the privacy, the views and the sunsets" - Jane

AGENTS NOTE The neighbouring farm has ownership of a track which leads through the rear of the yard to farm fields beyond. It is believed that the track is rarely used but needs to be left clear at all times for access. See Title Plan. 

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