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Bryn Du, Llanbedrgoch, North Wales


Property Description

Key features

  • An Outstanding Detached Character Cottage
  • Oozing Charm With Eye Catching Features
  • Extended To Provide Roomy Accommodation
  • Sympathetically Modernised With High Quality Fixtures
  • Large Concertina Doors Opening To Garden
  • Large Mature Garden Grounds Surrounded By A Wooded Copse
  • An Undeniably Peaceful Countryside Location
  • Fabulous & Versatile Detached Studio/Office
  • Double Glazed & LPG Gas Central Heating
  • A Beautiful Retreat On The Edge Of The Hamlet Of Llanbedrgoch

Full description

This immaculate 300 year-old Welsh residence fits into the landscape perfectly sitting on the edge of the hamlet of Llanbedrgoch - a warm and friendly place to live. The beautiful countryside setting and nearby coastline offers a fabulous place to enjoy a relaxed pace of life.

“We have had such a tremendous quality of life at Bryn Du,” says Paula “it couldn’t be more different from the noise and clawing demands of town and city! There is a more tranquil pace here and for our family, it has been a very special place to live indeed. We’ve been able to enjoy this wonderful environment, somewhere the children can play safely, just outside the kitchen whilst the evening meal is being prepared.”

Bryn Du has a host of impressive features that’s associated with this style of property such as a vaulted ceiling, huge inglenook and thick walls and yet the cottage has been extended in recent years with the addition a stylish family Dining Kitchen offering a contemporary edge to this already impressive residence. This is a light, bright and inviting room with an apex ceiling enjoying timber double glazed ‘concertina’ doors which open out onto the courtyard – opening these fully and you really feel you’re a part of the garden! High quality kitchen units are complemented with built-in ‘Neff’ appliances.

“We have completely renovated the house whilst we have been here,” adds Iain “originally there wasn’t even a kitchen – so we extended and added a lovely family kitchen and snug. As it turns out this is now the true heart of the home and everyone just seems to naturally gravitate here. It’s a wonderfully light and bright room and just perfect for kitchen suppers with friends.” The vaulted ceilings and the subtle modern and contemporary style fit perfectly with the period narrative of the house.”

There are two main bedrooms, one of which has a mezzanine level above, a crogloft, a modern bathroom and a shower room which was added at the same time as the kitchen. This home is kept cosy by way of LPG gas central heating, two multi-fuel stoves and double glazing.

“Bryn Du is full of quirky character and masses of charm,” comments Paula “the crog lofts are still present and were originally used as the bedrooms in days gone by. We use the crog loft in the master bedroom as a dressing room and study – but the crog loft in the lounge is still used today as a 3rd bedroom for visiting guests.”

Outside, (approximately 1½ acres) there is an abundance of space with ample room for children to play in the gardens whilst a sheltered area to the rear provides a great place to entertain guests, family and friends.
Mature shrubs and trees add to the beauty of the rural setting. Ample parking is available with scope to site a static caravan. The quaint and inviting studio opposite the drive (once the kitchen for the cottage!) should not be wasted as storage – this presents itself as an ideal office from where to run a business. There is planning permission for an additional extension offering a further reception hall, 2 bedrooms, bathroom and utility. This would add considerably to the already appealing accommodation. Plans are available to view at our office.

“The delightful countryside that surrounds the house is as peaceful as it is beautiful and there is indeed a restorative quality about life here”

LOCATION The rural Hamlet of Llanbedrgoch is located equidistant between the villages Pentraeth and Benllech of roughly 2 miles. The village has a primary school, restaurant and community centre. A wide range of amenities are available in both Benllech and Pentraeth whilst the magnificent beach of Red Wharf Bay offers fantastic scenery and is great for walks or for a canter on horseback. The fantastic pub at Red Wharf Bay is on hand is offer refreshments and good food, perfect on a summer’s evening. The coastline in these parts is quite sheltered and offers a range of beaches to enjoy – in fact the Isle of Anglesey has over 120 miles of coastal footpaths. Llangefni is the administrative town and is within easy reach and has an extensive range of shops, supermarkets, schools and further education facilities. Anglesey has much to offer in the way of leisure facilities especially to do with sailing and water sports. The mainland is approximately 20 minutes drive as is the main A55 expressway which crosses the Island and connects to the main motorway network. The City of Bangor has all major amenities just over on the mainland and has a major university as well as schools and colleges.  

LOUNGE 14' 3" x 14' 6" (4.36m x 4.44m) A room with much character featuring the inglenook and multi-fuel stove which immediately catches the eye as does the high apex ceiling with its exposed beamed ceiling and ‘A’ frame. Slate floor and 2 traditional styled column radiators.  

CROG LOFT Exposed beams and tongue and groove ceiling. Velux window. Reduced headroom and low height doorway. 

BEDROOM 2 14' 3" x 7' 1" (4.36m x 2.17m) Slate floor, exposed beams and exposed wood to ceiling. Stone faced fireplace. 

HALL 4' 2" x 28' 5" (1.28m x 8.67m) Tongue and groove to ceiling with 3 Velux skylights.  

BATHROOM 5' 7" x 8' 8" (1.71m x 2.65m) Modern white suite comprising large bath with power shower over, Wc and wash basin. Mosaic tiling, tongue and groove to ceiling and column radiator.  

BEDROOM 1 16' 7" x 9' 1" (5.07m x 2.79m) Built-in wardrobe and open tread staircase leading up a mezzanine level with a Velux skylight. 


FAMILY ROOM 15' 9" x 8' 2" (4.82m x 2.49m) French doors opening to the garden and dressed stone internal wall with a feature fireplace housing a multi-fuel stove. Slate tiled floor. 

DINING KITCHEN 17' 3" max x 16' 7" max (5.26m max x 5.06m max) L-shaped room (maximum dimensions): A fantastic light and bright room with an apex ceiling complemented by 2 Velux skylights, downlights and timber double glazed ‘concertina’ doors which open out onto the courtyard – opening these fully and you really feel you’re a part of the garden! High quality kitchen units are complemented with built-in ‘Neff’ appliances of double oven, large inset 5 ring gas hob and hood above and dishwasher. Slate tiles adorn the floor. 

SHOWER ROOM 6' 10" x 6' 3" (2.10m x 1.91m) Modern white suite with shower cubicle. Large chromed heated towel radiator. 

OUTSIDE A block paved driveway leads through a 5 bar timber gate passing the ‘studio’ to the front of the property. This provides an off road parking area whilst across the lane there is a further hard standing plot providing further parking and turning area but would equally be a suitable site for a static caravan or for boat storage. The pleasant garden grounds are provided with lawned areas with many mature plants, shrubs and trees surrounding the property.  

STUDIO/OFFICE 9' 5" x 11' 10" (2.88m x 3.62m)  

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