Caergeiliog, Holyhead, Gwynedd
- Beautiful Georgian style 6 bedroom family home
- Extensive reception rooms with wood burners and sash windows
- Delightful farmhouse kitchen with utility room and laundry room
- Large courtyard and mature gardens with formal and day to day entrances to the main house
- 2 stone barn conversion holiday cottages offering 3 and 2 bed properties, or can be let as a 5-bedroom residence
- 3 large static caravans, double glazed and centrally heated with established holiday let income
- Large garages with workshop facilities
- 8 Stables, ménage and corral with boat and trailer store The whole set in c.39 acres of rolling grassland
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EPC Rating E
The main farmhouse, Georgian in style, has extensive accommodation over two floors, superbly maintained, with an abundance of original features. With both formal and day-to-day entrances to the house, the accommodation is flexible for both family life and entertaining. There is a private drive to the farmhouse and an additional drive to the courtyard between the house, cottages and outbuildings. The courtyard provides two rear entrances into the farmhouse: a porch directly into the kitchen, and a door into a tiled corridor leading to the large laundry room, utility room, cloakroom and on into the kitchen. The fully fitted kitchen further connects to an additional storage room and cloakroom, providing access to the terrace, gardens and driveway.
Continuing on from the kitchen, there is direct access into the large sitting room overlooking the courtyard, with a beautiful wood burner, and generous dining room with working open fireplace. Adjoining the sitting room is a study and gym room. Adjacent to the study is a cosy drawing room, with wood burner, overlooking the formal gardens. Both the family room and gym connect to the spacious timber framed conservatory, with tiled floor and double doors out into the stone walled aspect of the gardens.
Situated between the family room and dining room is the formal entrance hall with porch access from the private driveway. The stairs up to the first floor and the landing (which runs the full depth of the house), providing direct access to five double bedrooms, the family bathroom and the corridor leading to the single bedroom and games room. The principal bedroom sits at the front of the property and benefits from fitted wardrobes and an en-suite shower room. Two of the guest double bedrooms also enjoy en-suite bathrooms. The large games room comes with fitted bar and a balcony with steps down to the courtyard. Many of the rooms have large double glazed sash windows, ensuring this property benefits from natural light throughout.
Bryn Lon Mawr
EPC Rating E
A delightful and well-presented property, Bryn Lon Mawr offers holiday guests an immaculate residence with rustic style. A stone barn conversion, the property is designed to cater either for 10 people across five bedrooms, or can divide into two cottages of a three bedroom (Bryn Lon EPC Rating E) and two bedroom (Bryn Lon Bach EPC Rating D).
The architecturally alternative design of 'upside down' properties, both cottages offer first floor open plan living and dining areas, with wood burning stoves, wooden floors and vaulted cross beam ceilings. The carpeted bedrooms on the ground floor, both with modern shower rooms, and access to the gardens, offer the perfect holiday retreat on the island of Anglesey. Both cottages can enjoy a private lawned garden with seating areas, and views of the countryside beyond.
Penmynydd Farm is found on the outskirts of Caergeiliog, on the west side of the Isle of Anglesey towards Holy Island.
The village of Bodedern, 2.4 miles north east of Caergeiliog, offers day-to-day local shopping, with more extensive amenities found in Holyhead 5.7 miles to the north east. Holyhead has a wide range of supermarkets, petrol stations, GP and dentist surgeries, bars, cafés and restaurants, sporting and entertainment facilities.
The popular coastal town of Trearddur Bay and the village of Rhosneigr are both within easy reach, and provide just two of the many stunning coastal destinations found on Anglesey. The island boasts a good number of beaches, and the Snowdonia National Park's 25 miles of mountains, lakes and rivers offer plenty of opportunities to enjoy the great outdoors.
The town of Bangor on the west coast of Wales, situated between mountains and the sea, has the longest high street in Wales with a mix of national chain stores and smaller local independent businesses, as well as a popular University.
Caergeiliog sits within minutes of the A55 North Wales Expressway, giving access to major regional centres in both Wales and England. A mainline train station can be found in Holyhead.
The area offers access to several state schools including Caergeiliog Foundation School, Ysgol Gymuned Fali, and Ysgol Gynradd Bodedern. Noted independent schools include St. Gerard's, St David's College and Rydal Penrhos.
GROUNDS AND OUTBUILDINGS
There a number of elements which form the outside spaces of Penmynydd Farm, including outbuildings, formal gardens, a courtyard and extensive acreage, all of which connect from the long private driveway.
The main house has its own gravel driveway leading off the main drive, and provides ample parking. Stepping through a low level stone wall bordering the driveway, access is given to the mature lawned gardens which are privately screened by a mix of established trees, shrubs and plants, and includes a hot tub in a purpose-built timber framed summer house. A secret garden beyond provides apple and pear trees and a greenhouse. To the side of the house, a smaller secondary courtyard wraps around the conservatory.
Courtyard, Outbuildings and Equine Facilities
The main courtyard gives access to the rear of the house, the outbuildings, garaging, stabling and land beyond. The outbuildings comprise eight stables, large dog pens, woodstore, and ample garaging with workshop facilities. Interlinking the outbuildings and stabling is an open-sided boat and trailer store, and corral. At the rear of the stabling sits a large manège, with track leading to the paddocks. A short walk from the main residence, sitting just off the main driveway in its own meadow, is a stone building with potential as a one bedroom cottage (STPP).
Penmynydd Farm enjoys views of its own rolling grassland fields to the west, north and east of the property. The land sited to the west is currently used for horses, but could offer potential for further holiday dwellings (STPP).
Sited in individual areas are three double glazed and centrally heated static caravans, which have proven popular as additional holiday accommodation.
Caergeiliog, Holyhead, Gwynedd
NEAREST STATIONSDistances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
- Valley Station1.8 miles
- Rhosneigr Station3.0 miles
- Ty Croes Station4.3 miles
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