Llangaffo, Anglesey LL60
- PROPERTY TYPE
- BEAUTIFUL DETACHED COUNTRY RESIDENCE OF CHARACTER
- SITUATED IN A PRIVATE RURAL SETTING YET WITHIN APPROX. FIVE MINUTES DRIVE OF THE A55 EXPRESSWAY
- STUNNING PANORAMIC RURAL & MOUNTAIN VIEWS
- 3 RECEPTION ROOMS
- KITCHEN DINER, UTILITY ROOM, FITTED CLOAKROOM/WC
- BEDROOM 5/PLAYROOM, PRINCIPAL BATHROOM
- 4 BEDROOMS (ONE WITH EN-SUITE DRESSING ROOM AND WET ROOM)
- DOUBLE GARAGE, TWO STABLES, LARGE WORKSHOP, AMPLE PARKING
- 1000 SQ.FT. DETACHED PAVILION STYLE BULIDING
- 3½ ACRES, OVERALL AREA 365m2
The property affords easy access to Bangor University and hospital with a fast line train service to London Euston in just over three hours. The property stands in approximately 3.5 acres comprising two paddocks of 2.8 acres with a fruit orchard alongside the principal garden of 0.7 acres comprising mature shrub/herbaceous borders, a raised rockery and two ponds planted with an array of water lilies and iris. The long private driveway sweeps into a cobbled paved courtyard with ample parking for boats and numerous vehicles.
This is only the second time the property has been available on the open market and has been in the current vendor's ownership for nearly 30 years. Rarely do properties in this location and of this type come onto the open market that afford such easy and quick access to the University city of Bangor and that are within seven minutes of local supermarkets and amenities yet enjoy unrivalled privacy and breathtaking views of the Snowdonia mountain range from virtually all rooms within the property. Alongside this, Anglesey offers an array of beautiful beaches with the stunning Newborough Beach and Llanddwyn island only ten minutes away from the property and access to the Menai Strait five minutes away.
Caer Brenin offers extensive, versatile and delightful family accommodation which has a wealth of appointments throughout including light oak parquet flooring and a sweeping curved restored Edwardian staircase to the reception hall and period cast iron radiators with bronze wheel valves to many of the principal rooms. There is a light spacious kitchen diner with a Fired Earth clay tiled floor and a comprehensive range of 'limed oak' matching base and wall cupboard units in the more desirable linen fold design off which there is a good sized utility room, both rooms enjoying sun. The principal bathroom features a high quality Villeroy & Boch suite with a wonderful roll top cast iron bath in which to luxuriate and enjoy the mountain views. The large master bedroom suite enjoys an en-suite walk-in dressing room and walk-in wet room.
Outside are a wealth of useful buildings. The stable/garage complex has two stables with large vaulted ceilings and purpose built stable doors, garaging for two cars and an additional large workshop/tack room. The cobbled effect creteprint in front of the stable/garage complex has all been installed to exacting standards and affords ample private parking for boats/vehicles. Bordering the extensive lawns are mature shrub and herbaceous borders and a dedicated herb garden is easily accessed from the kitchen/utility room rear door. The piste de resistance is an elegant and large detached pavilion style building offering almost 1000 sq.ft. of open plan space over two floors and this has potential to provide further living accommodation subject to the usual consents.
The majority of the property externally to the first floor is stone clad onto a twin cavity insulated wall affording great insulating/cooling properties during the winter/summer months respectively with roughcast and painted elevations to the first floor under a pitched slate roof. All the internal dividing walls are of solid stone/brick construction to the ground and first floors.
DIRECTIONS: Entering Anglesey over the Britannia Bridge, continue along the A55 in the direction of Holyhead and leave the dual carriageway at junction 7 (signposted for Gaerwen). At the top of the slip road, turn left onto the A5152 and at the second roundabout, turn right onto the A5. Continue along for 200 yards and take the left turning opposite Stermat Hardware stores, continue along for 500 yards and turn right just before Wynnstay Farmer Supplies. Follow this country lane for 1.5 miles until you reach the 'T' junction on the bridge. Turn right and continue for 500 yards and the turning for the lane leading to the property is the second on the left. Follow this drive for 300 yards and the entrance to Caer Brenin will be found on the left hand side.
THE ACCOMMODATION COMPRISES:
A hardwood panelled front door opens into the
RECEPTION HALL 21' 6" (6.54m) x 10' 3" (3.12m) (max) having a light oak parquet floor, an understairs storage cupboard, a period cast iron radiator, a mahogany double glazed window, three wall light connections, a plaster coved ceiling with an ornate period plaster central ceiling rose and the following rooms off:
FITTED CLOAKROOM/W.C. 6' 7" (2.00m) x 4' 4" (1.31m) having a white suite comprising a period pedestal wash hand basin with a tiled splash back and a Charlotte WC with a high level flush system. Ornate bespoke mosaic hand cut quarry tile floor, a single radiator, two wall light connections and a mahogany double glazed window.
BEDROOM FOUR 10' 11" (3.34m) x 6' 7" (2.01m) having a bespoke handmade and fitted cabin bed with a built-in cupboard and drawers beneath, a tall fitted storage cupboard/wardrobe with an adjoining chest of drawers and desktop, a single radiator and a mahogany double glazed window.
DRAWING ROOM 19' 2" (5.82m) x 14' 6" (4.43m) having a wonderful period fireplace with a granite hearth and an ornate Adam style limed oak carved fire surround, two period cast iron radiators and four mahogany double glazed windows affording plenty of light and triple aspect. Two wall light connections, wide solid panelled bi-folding doors offering the opportunity to extend the lounge into the dining room having a plaster coved ceiling with period central ornate cast ceiling rose.
KITCHEN DINER 21' 5" (6.53m) x 9' 7" (2.92m) with a delightful range of 'limed oak' linen fold design matching base and wall cupboard units having a fully integrated fridge, a recess with plumbing and waste pipe with an Indesit dishwasher, an integral wine rack, a tall tower unit fitted with a Sharp combination microwave oven, a Stoves built-in eye level electric oven/grill alongside a Stoves propane gas fired inset hob with a fully integrated NEFF canopy over, a tall retractable larder unit, glazed display cabinets and heat resistant worktops incorporating an inset Franke 1½ bowl single drainer stainless steel sink with a large swan-neck mixer tap and blue and white Delft design porcelain glazed tiled splash back. The floor has hardwearing Fired Earth clay tiles, a period cast iron radiator, digital heating controls, two mahogany double glazed windows and recessed adjustable ceiling downlighters.
UTILITY ROOM 16' 3" (4.94m) x 5' 11" (1.80m) with a range of matching base and wall cupboard units affording excellent storage, a recess with plumbing and waste pipe with a Bosch washing machine and heat resistant worktops incorporating an inset single drainer stainless steel sink with a swan-neck mixer tap. Quarry tile floor and a large fitted cloaks/storage cupboard with panelled doors and storage cupboards over, a single radiator and matching, tiled splash backs to the worktops. A uPVC double glazed window and a matching door provides independent access to the rear gardens.
DINING ROOM 15' 3" (4.66m) x 9' 4" (2.84m) having a double radiator, a mahogany double glazed internal window, a serving hatch from the kitchen, a single wall light connection, a plaster coved ceiling and a wide doorway opening to the
MORNING ROOM 15' 10" (4.83m) x 13' 2" (3.93m) having a beautiful hand cut Edwardian bespoke design Daniel Platt quarry tile and slate floor, a dressed stone feature wall, a double radiator, a wide uPVC double glazed window and matching French windows with side panels giving access to the slate paved front patio area.
BEDROOM FIVE/PLAYROOM 13' 2" (4.00m) x 7' 9" (2.35m) having pine floorboards, a double radiator and a uPVC double glazed window which takes full advantage of the delightful mountain views. With a hardwired internet connection in this room, it would also make an excellent study.
A beautiful curved Edwardian hardwood staircase with a spindle balustrade then leads up from the reception hall to the first floor landing which has a hardwood spindle hand rail to the stairwell, a single radiator, a Velux double glazed roof window and the following rooms off:
MASTER BEDROOM 19' 2" (5.82m) x 14' 9" (4.48m) having a double radiator, two wall light connections, two mahogany double glazed windows through which there are again delightful mountain views of the Rivals and a separate door opening to an
EN-SUITE DRESSING ROOM 6' 7" (2.00m) x 5' 4" (1.62m) having a bespoke made and designed open fitted wardrobe with hanging rails, built-in drawers, shelving and high level storage, a double radiator and a further door opening to an
EN-SUITE WET ROOM 5' 4" (1.62m) x 2' 6" (0.78m) incorporating a Bristan power shower on a sliding rail and a pedestal wash hand basin, a glass toiletries shelf, a bevelled swivel mirror, two waterproof recessed ceiling downlighters and an extractor fan.
BEDROOM TWO 15' 9" (4.78m) x 13' 9" (4.20m) having a built-in wardrobe with twin sliding wooden doors, a fitted vanity unit with an inset wash hand basin, a double radiator and two mahogany double glazed windows offering twin aspect views of the Snowdonia mountain range which can be viewed whilst in bed having lower set windows to take full advantage of the views.
BEDROOM THREE 13' 5" (4.08m) x 10' 6" (3.20m) having a double radiator, two mahogany double glazed windows offering twin aspect mountain views. A ceiling hatch with a retractable aluminium ladder then gives access to a large partially floored roof space with an internal light.
PRINCIPAL BATHROOM 10' 5" (3.16m) x 9' 9" (2.98m) having a white Villeroy & Boch suite comprising a roll top cast iron bath on ball and claw feet with central mixer taps incorporating a hand held shower, a tiled/glazed shower cubicle with glazed sliding doors, a pedestal wash hand basin, a WC low suite and a bidet. Pine floorboards, half tiled walls, a period cast iron radiator along with a period copper and brass heated towel rail plumbed into the central heating system and an airing cupboard housing an insulated hot water cylinder.
Private drainage and water supply
Bunded 2500 litre oil tank
Broadband speed 900 Mbps
The extensive range of outbuildings include:
DOUBLE GARAGE 19' 8" (6.00m) x 19' 3" (5.88m) having twin fibreglass panelled up and over doors, two windows, power and lighting and a doorway opening into a
WORKSHOP/TACK ROOM 19' 3" (5.90m) x 9' 10" (2.94m) having extensive fitted shelving, a glazed window and a pine panelled door providing independent rear access to the kitchen garden.
STABLE ONE 13' 0" (4.00m) x 9' 6" (2.90m) having an internal light and a stable door.
STABLE TWO 13' 0" (4.00m) x 9' 6" (2.90m) having two internal lights and a stable door.
PROVIDING ALMOST 1000 SQ.FT. OF ADDITIONAL SPACE, IS A BEAUTIFUL DETACHED PAVILION STYLE OAK AND TIMBER FRAMED TWO STOREY BUILDING WITH A DELIGHTFUL AMERICAN STYLE COVERED 6FT WIDE VERANDAH FRONTED BY OAK STRUT AND BRACED POSTS SUITABLE FOR A VARIETY OF USES WITH THE BENEFIT OF ITS OWN SUB MAIN AND CONSUMER UNIT WITH POWER, LIGHTING, WATER AND SEWERAGE CONNECTION AND SUITABLE FOR CONVERSION TO RESIDENTIAL USE SUBJECT TO OBTAINING THE REQUISITE CONSENTS.
GROUND FLOOR 35' 9" (10.92m) x 14' 4" (4.36m) Open Plan having two double glazed windows and French hardwood framed double glazed front entrance doors opening to reveal pine floorboards running the full length of the building.
An open tread straight flight external staircase then leads up to a balcony from which there are stunning views overlooking the Snowdonia mountain range and a deciduous hardwood forest. A stable door then opens into the
FIRST FLOOR ROOM 35' 9" (10.92m) x 13' 2" (4.00m) which is fully floored with feature pine floorboards and two Velux double glazed roof windows.
The quality of this superb property and the views and tranquility it enjoys can only be fully appreciated when it is viewed.
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Llangaffo, Anglesey LL60
NEAREST STATIONSDistances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
- Llanfairpwll Station4.1 miles
- Bodorgan Station4.8 miles
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