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Talwrn, Isle Of Anglesey, LL77

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Purplebricks, covering Llandudno
Character Property

Key features

  • An Amazing Renovated & Extended Windmill
  • Grade II Listed, Historic Importance
  • Unique Opportunity, Incredible 360 Degree Views
  • Idyllic Rural Yet Accessible Anglesey Location
  • Architecturally Designed & Fusing Old With New
  • An Intriguing Home With Breathtaking Views
  • Around 1 Acre Of Grounds, Garage & Static Caravan
  • Immaculate Throughout With Large Open Spaces
  • Short Drive To The A55
  • Beautiful Anglesey Location

Property description

Tenure: Freehold

The Property
A wonderful former WINDMILL set in around 1 acre of grounds with incredible 360 degree views over Anglesey, towards Snowdonia and the Llyn Peninsula.
Melin Llanddyfnan is now a wonderful home which has been sensitively converted and extended by the current owners - architecturally designed and with breathtaking views.
The mill has 3 floors, a living room, bedroom 3, bathroom & bedroom 4/viewing room on the third floor. The extension has a large living area with curved window frontage to make the most of the views towards Snowdonia, a shower room, stairs to the first floor bedroom 1 and access through to the kitchen/dining area which leads to the most recently completed extension which has added bedroom 2 with an ensuite shower room.
In a peaceful setting with gated access into the enclosed mainly laid to lawn grounds, driveway leading to the detached double garage and a 2 bedroom static caravan for guests or a home office.
The property has the benefit of fast 4G broadband.

Via a metalled drive from the lane and through a gated entrance to the hardcore driveway which leads around to the parking area in front of the double garage.

Ground Floor
Living room in the original building. Large living area with access to the shower room & kitchen/dining room, rear hallway with access to bedroom 2 with ensuite shower room.

Solid wood front door into the open plan living area.

Living Area
36' x 14' A great space with a curved front wall predominately of glass, large opening into the former mill, stairs to the first floor, leads through to the kitchen/dining area. Tiled flooring, radiators.

Shower Room
Window to rear, large shower cubicle with power shower, wash hand basin in unit, WC, heated towel rail, tiled walls and floor.

Kitchen/Dining Room
17'3" x 13' Windows to rear and to front, range of wall and base units with worktop over, central island unit, sink, built in double oven, microwave, fridge, freezer, oil fired boiler, tiled splash back, tiled floor, 2 radiators, under stairs storage, access to rear hall.

Recently completed second phase extension.
Window to rear, door to rear, tiled floor, storage, radiator, access to bedroom 2.

Living Room
14' x 14' In the former mill. An interesting space, electric fire, fitted carpet, window, impressive stainless steel staircase with oak treads to upper floors.

Bedroom Two
Windows to front, one wall of fitted wardrobes, fitted carpet, radiator, access to ensuite

En-suite Shower Room
Window to side, large walk in shower with power shower, wash hand basin in unit, WC, heated towel rail, tiled walls and floor.

First Floor
Bedroom 3 in the former mill. Bedroom 1 with walk in wardrobe.

Bedroom One
17'3" x 13' Windows to front, vaulted ceiling, radiator, fitted carpet, step up to the walk in wardrobe.

Walk-in Wardrobe
With room for cupboards/drawers and hanging space, fitted carpet.

Bedroom Three
13'6" x 13'6" In the former mill. Three windows, radiator, fitted carpet, stairs to second floor.

Second floor
In the former mill - the family bathroom and stairs to top floor.

11'8" x 5' In the former mill. Freestanding oval bath, wash hand basin, WC, heated towel rail, tiled floor.

Bedroom Four / Study
On the third/top floor of the former mill. 12'5" x 12'5" Versatile use - bedroom 4 or 'viewing room' -or quite possibly the best 'home office'!
360 degree views - breathtaking panoramic views around Anglesey, over Snowdonia and down towards the Llyn Peninsula. There are 16 windows! Fitted carpet, radiator.

Double Garage
24'3" x 22'9" Large detached double garage with cavity wall, 2 up and over doors, side access door, utility area with plumbing for washing machine and a sink unit, stairs to attic storage area.

Static Home
A useful addition for either guests, home office etc. With 2 bedrooms, shower room and a living/kitchen area.

Set in around 1 acre of grounds, enclosed by attractive stone walling, mainly laid to lawn with the driveway sweeping past the house to the large parking area in front of the garage. Given the original use of the property it enjoys an elevated position and has wonderful views from the gardens as well as the top of the mill of course. There is a second gated access point which leads to the lane to allow access for large vehicles if required.

General Information
The windmill was built in 1750 in stone with walls over 1 metre thick on the site of an earlier wooden construction. It ceased operation as a mill early in the twentieth century and lay derelict until the 1950s when it was converted by the then owner into store with a viewing platform. The current owners purchased it in 2007 and converted it into residential accommodation in 2010.

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