6 bedroom house for sale

Pentraeth, Isle Of Anglesey

£595,000

Property Description

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A superbly appointed and imposing residence of character, comprising of the main front wing of the original Tan y Graig Hall and positioned in about half an acre of gardens. Situated in an unspoilt coastal area of outstanding natural beauty, the property is a five minute walk to the beach at Red Wharf Bay, and is less that a mile to the village of Pentraeth, five miles to the town of Beaumaris and a fifteen minute drive to the A55.
Tan y Graig Hall dates back to the circa 1875, and has been subsequently converted into five main dwellings. This property comprises of the main front part of the original Manor House and as a result has rooms that epitomise the character of the building such as the oak panelled dining hall and main lounge which has a barrelled ceiling. The six bedroom accommodation is currently used as holiday accommodation, being one of the few letting properties on Anglesey that can sleep sixteen persons.

Entrance Porch - With double opening hardwood front doors with leaded light over, high ceiling with pendant light, terrazzo tiled floor. A high stone arched architrave with double opening glazed timber doors opens onto:

Superb Dining Hall - 6.25 x 5.94 (20'6" x 19'6") - A most impressive room currently used as the formal dining room and with feature hand carved stone fireplace surround with copper inlay and slate hearth, This room has impressive oak wall panelling which continues up the wide staircase which has a large under stairs cupboard, High ceiling (12'8) with exposed beams and central brass chandelier. The room has three radiators and a telephone point. Double opening timber door to:-

Lounge - 7.44 x 5.16 (24'5" x 16'11") - Again a most impressive room, formerly being utilised as a music room, having three large leaded glass windows (all with timber shutters), to give excellent natural daylight. A feature of this room are the decorative walls and curved 'barrel vaulted ceiling from the days when this room was the music room. There is also a secret door to the kitchen. There is a feature curved fireplace surround with slate inlay and 'dog basket' fireplace. Solid timber floor finish, three radiators and four wall lights.

Rear Hall - With access to:

Kitchen/Breakfast Room - 3.80 x 3.77 + 2.25 x 1.70 (12'6" x 12'4" +7'5" x 5 - A naturally light room with two large windows with fitted shutters. Base and wall units with worktop surfaces and tiled surround and one and a half bowl stainless steel sink unit. Large former inglenook fireplace opening now housing a Stoves seven ring oven range with tiled surround and extractor unit over, The kitchen also has a solid timber floor finish, wall panelling with inset cupboard and integrated fridge. There is a further cupboard housing an oil fired central heating boiler, two radiators.

Games Room/Study - 3.80 x 1.66 (12'6" x 5'5") - Formerly the butlers pantry with original fitted wall cupboards to one wall, radiator.

Utility Room - 3.37 x 1.10 (11'1" x 3'7") - With high flush wc, wash hand basin, plumbing for a washing machine, ceramic tiled floor.

Rear Lobby - With pvc double glazed door to the rear.

An impressive and wide stained timber staircase leads off the main dining hall to the first floor.

Split Level Landing - With a continuation of the timber panelling from the main hall and with two chandeliers. Victorian style radiator, staircase to the second attic floor.

Master Bedroom 1 - 5.60 x 5.60 + 2.35 x 1.92 (18'4" x 18'4" +7'9" x 6 - In the style of a suite with ample space to provide settees and with a fine view over the front garden. Attractive former fireplace opening with cast iron inlay and slate hearth, large fitted wardrobe, radiator, high ceiling.

Ensuite Shower Room - 2.00 x 1.76 (6'7" x 5'9") - With corner shower cubicle with thermostatic shower control, wc, wash hand basin, chrome towel radiator, ceramic tiled floor.

Bedroom 2 - 5.52 x 3.70 (18'1" x 12'2") - An impressive double room with high ceilings, two large windows overlooking the front garden and with glimpses of the nearby bay. Stripped timber window reveals to match the stained timber floor covering. Victorian style radiator.

Bedroom 3 - 4.32 x 2.74 (14'2" x 9'0") - With large side window with stripped timber reveal and matching exposed floor covering, Victorian style radiator, spacious under stairs store cupboard with gun safe inside.

Family Bathroom - 4.00 x 3.80 (13'1" x 12'6") - A light room with two windows and white painted floorboards in a "distress" style finish. White suite comprising of a Victorian style roll top freestanding bath with mixer shower tap, separate corner shower cubicle with electric shower fitting. Wash hand basis, wc, Victorian style radiator, timber panelled ceiling. Large fitted linen cupboards to include the hot water cylinder.

Cloakroom - With high flush wc, wash hand basin, Victorian style radiator, fully tiled walls and exposed timber floor.

Attic Floor - With a feature made of the exposed timber roof "A" frame and purlins.

Bedroom 4 - 8.35 x 5.68 (27'5" x 18'8") - With a feature made of the timber roof frame and vaulted ceiling. Again this room is large enough to be in the style of a suite with ample seating areas. Three electric room heaters and tv connection.

En Suite Shower Room - Having a corner shower cubicle with thermostatic shower control. Wash hand basin, wc, chrome towel radiator, ceramic tiled floor.

Bedroom 5 - 2.64 x 2.33 (both max) (8'8" x 7'8" ( both max)) - With vaulted ceiling and exposed roof beams, radiator.

Bedroom 6 - 3.84 x 3.00 (12'7" x 9'10") - With exposed roof beams, radiator.

Outside - On the opposite side of the access lane is a double opening timber gate which can give ample private parking, forming part of the front gardens which are estimated to extend to about half an acre (not measured). The gardens provide a perfect spot for children to play having several mature tress, and with an elevated area to give fine sea views over Red Wharf Bay between the trees, most of which are understood to have preservation orders.

Services - Mains water, electricity and drainage. Oil fired central heating system.

Tenure - Understood to be Freehold and to be confirmed by Vendors conveyancer.

Energy Performance Rating - EPC Band G

Council Tax Band - Band G

Directions - From the centre of Pentraeth, take the Beaumaris road at the Panton Arms. After about 100 metres, turn left opposite the village football field. Continue for another 100 meters or so and turn left signposted "The Beach". Continue down this lane for 0.6 mile, and Tan y Graig Hall is on the right, with a Lodge style cottage at the bottom of the access drive.

Notes - The property is currently used for holiday letting, gross income of around £60,000 per annum. It can be made available as a going concern to include contents subject to negotiation.

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Nearest stations

  • Llanfairpwll (4.8 mi)
  • Bangor (5.4 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Joan Hopkin, Anglesey

32 Castle Street Beaumaris LL58 8AP

01248 548018 Local call rate

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