Llwyn Onn, Llanfairpwll, Anglesey, LL61
- Beautifully Restored Grade II Listed Detached Former Bakery & Barn
- Full Of Original Features
- Spacious Open Plan Lounge/Diner
- Modern Kitchen
- 4 Double Bedrooms
- Stylish Family Bathroom & 1 En Suite
- Large Utility Room
- Spacious Patio Area With Countryside Views
- Off Road Parking
- Approximately 1 Acre Of Land Included
A beautiful Grade II Listed Barn conversion that has a unique blend of old and new features, making it a stunning, modern home with 4 Double Bedrooms and an open plan living area that you have always dreamed of.
Set in a beautiful rural location on the southern coastline of Anglesey, just off the main A4080, Llwyn Onn is a Grade II listed Detached property approached along a winding, tarmacadam drive through open farmland. Part of a stunning renovation of original farm buildings dating back to 1857 and previously owned by the family of Plas Newydd, the Bakery is a traditional stone built home at the end of a long range of farm buildings and enjoys uninterrupted views across neighbouring farm fields. Formerly a Bakery and a feeding pen, this sympathetic renovation has beautifully blended a host of original features within a modern designed family home. On entering the “Bakery” you will be amazed by the spacious open plan living area that imaginatively incorporates the original stone feeding pens. This stunningly unique room has a slate tiled floor and has an open plan design, shared with the extended lounge area. This light and bright room has an “open air” feel from the impressive glass walls that give a lovely view of the surrounding countryside from the warmth and comfort of your armchair. Off the Dining room is a stylish, modern Kitchen, fully fitted with dark grey base and wall units, topped with a light grey granite work surface. The Kitchen is also equipped with an eye level Double Electric Oven, an Induction Hob with an overhead extractor fan as well as an inserted stainless steel sink unit. Adjacent to the Kitchen is an extra-large utility room that will quickly become the talking point of all your guests, once they see the beautifully restored baker’s oven. Made from stone and brick, the oven is an integral part of the buildings history and the local area. Passing through the main living space and off a long, light and airy corridor are 3 good size Double Bedrooms, all with patio doors leading to the garden and a view of the surrounding countryside. At the end of the corridor is the generous size Master Double Bedroom, complete with patio doors to the garden and a stylish En Suite Shower room that is part tiled and fitted with a double shower and a matching WC and washbasin. Completing the accommodation is a spacious Family Bathroom, with a ceramic tiled floor, a large corner bath as well as a separate Double Shower unit. The property has under floor heating. We highly recommend you book a viewing soon to fully appreciate this beautiful traditional home that has been expertly renovated to an extremely high standard and its unique position in a highly sought after part of Anglesey.
7.8m x 5.7m
5.48m x 6.68m
2.72m x 5.46m
3.76m x 5.46m
3.48m x 4m
2.12m x 2.86m
4.1m x 3.04m
4.1m x 3.04m
4.1m x 3.12m
4.1m x 3.12m
The property is approached through double gates that open into the private garden area where you will find ample space for off road parking. There is also a large raised, stone flagged patio area where you can relax and enjoy the summer sunshine for most of the day, whilst taking in the beautiful and peaceful surroundings.
We are informed by the seller this property benefits from Mains Water, Electricity and Communal Water Treatment System for the site.
Oil Central Heating. The agent has tested no services, appliances or central heating system (if any).
We have been informed the tenure is freehold with vacant possession upon completion of sale. Vendor’s solicitors should confirm title.
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Llwyn Onn, Llanfairpwll, Anglesey, LL61
NEAREST STATIONSDistances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
- Llanfairpwll Station1.0 miles
- Bangor Station3.7 miles
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