Having in its own spacious gardens and to include a paddock to the front, the house provides for three bedrooms, two reception rooms, and two bathrooms. It also includes a large garage and outbuildings. It is in need of general modernisation but provides a perfect opportunity to acquire a marine residence in this sought after rural and private location.
Large Reception Hall - 5.94 x 3.19 both maximum (19'6" x 10'6" both maximum) - Having a storm porch and double glazed inner door. Central open stair case to the first floor.
Shower Room Off - 1.89 x 1.45 (6'2" x 4'9") - With a tiled shower cubicle with ceramic shower base and thermostatic shower control. Wash basin with mirror over, WC radiator. Linen cupboard with further radiator.
Inner Hall - With radiator, and leading to:-
Lounge - 5.85 x 5.29 (19'2" x 17'4") - With front aspect window as well as a wide opening french style door, giving not only good natural daylight but framing the views over Red Wharf Bay and the east coast of Anglesey. Feature Moelfre stone fire place and slate hearth, three radiators, tv and telephone connections.
Dining Room - 4.13 x 3.62 (13'7" x 11'11") - Having dual aspect windows again giving panoramic sea and headland views. Two radiators, wall lights.
Kitchen - 4.13 x 1.80 (13'7" x 5'11") - Having a modern style range of base and wall units in an "off white" laminate finish with contrasting timber worktop surfaces and tiled surround. Twin bowl stainless steel sink unit. Integrated ceramic hob with ceiling extractor over and eye level oven. Recess for a dish washer, solid timber wall shelving, radiator with small folding table over.
Utility Porch - 2.23 x 2.00 (7'4" x 6'7") - Having a pantry cupboard and room for a washing machine and fridge/freezer. Camray oil fired central heating boiler. Pvc double glazed surround and outside door.
Bedroom 1 - 3.59 x 2.90 plus 2.50 x 1.23 (11'9" x 9'6" plus 8'2" x 4'0") - Having two front aspect windows as well as a fully double glazed door to take full advantage of the glorious sea and coastal views. Extensive fitted wardrobes to three sides, two radiators.
Bathroom - 2.49 x 2.46 (8'2" x 8'1") - Having contrasting fully tiled walls and floor and an "off white" four piece suite comprising of a corner bath, wash basin with mirror/light over and adjacent shaver point. WC, bidet, electric towel rail.
First Floor Landing - Having a Cloak Room off with WC and wash basin.
Bedroom 2 - 4.77 x 3.32 (15'8" x 10'11") - With dual aspect windows with the front window giving a panoramic sea view up the east coast of Anglesey. Full length traditional style wardrobes to one wall, radiator.
Bedroom 3 - 3.83 x 2.94 (12'7" x 9'8") - Again with a front aspect window giving panoramic views.
Outside - A tarmacadam drive leads up to the side of the house giving ample parking and turning area and leads to the garage.
To the front of the house is a spacious stone paved patio garden with numerous shrubs and being a perfect spot to sit outside and enjoy the view.
To the side and rear of the garage are further more private gardens, mostly lawns with a greenhouse included. To the rear is a sloping garden area with shrubs and trees.
To the front of the house having a separate access to the road is a paddock of 1,09 acre, ideally suited for grazing and giving control of the front to protect the view.
Detached Garage - 4.90 x 4.86 (16'1" x 15'11") - Having an electrically operated roller door.
Outbuildings - Former Stable 4.75 x 3.40 with concreted floor, power and light.
Workshop 3.30 x 1.90 with cupboards, power and light.
Garden Shed 3.85 x 2.29 with power and light.
Services - Mains water and electricity. Private Drainage.
Oil fired central heating system.
Security Alarm fitted.
Tenure - The property is understood to be freehold and this will be confirmed by the vendors' conveyancer.
Energy Certificate - Band F
Council Tax - Band E
Directions - In the village of Llanddona at the Owain Glyndwr village pub, turn left signposted "beach". After 0.3 of a mile, turn left at a junction. Continue down this narrow lane for 0.2 of a mile and Tan yr Allt Bach is the first house on the left hand side.
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About the agent
Joan Hopkin & Co Ltd are a long established family owned business, offering extensive knowledge and experience of the local property matters from our office in Beaumaris, on the beautiful South East Coast of Anglesey. Run by Chartered Surveyor Dafydd Rowlands and Office Manager Iwan Jones, we aim to give our clients a personal and pro-active service from start to finish.
The Company is regulated by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and we are members of the Property Ombudsma
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