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7 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Mona, Llangefni, LL77

Guide Price £485,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Restoration Project
  • Telford Coaching Inn
  • Renovation plans included in sale - listed building consents in place
  • Extensive two story outbuildings
  • Walled orchard
  • Static caravans set up on site to accommodate 8 people in comfort
  • Great location
  • Vaulted Cellars
  • Secure and protected by alarm system
  • Approaching bicentenary

Full description

Tenure: Freehold




We are delighted to offer for sale this substantial semi detached 11* listed Georgian, former Coaching Inn in this sought after and convenient location, within easy reach of local amenities and public transport links. Situated on the isle of Anglesey, adjacent to the A5 and a 10 minute drive to the A 55 expressway, Llangefni exit. the University City of Bangor being a 20 minute drive away.  The property is situated in a rural setting with views over open countryside.


This beautiful and impressive former Coaching Inn with its extensive outbuildings, courtyard and orchard. Is ready for immediate renovation with the relevant permission from CADW in place. With its grand scale and wealth of original features would make a truly impressive country residence. However would require considerable work to bring it up to modern standards. The Inn is arranged over two principal floors, but also benefits from extensive cellars below.


As the property is of significant historical importance it was listed 11* by CADW in 1998 being designed and the building work overseen by Thomas Telford as part of the Post Road from London to Ireland in the early 1800s With Mona Inn opening to the traveller in 1822  

Said to be the only purpose built inn on the historic A5


The impressive accommodation is well presented and of good size and comprises of 8 Rooms on the first floor, 8 on the ground floor and 5/6 rooms in the cellar, ample living space – A blank canvas! Renovation plans have already been approved by CADW to convert to 6 bedrooms, 6 bath/shower rooms and a further bedroom and a bathroom suite in the loft space within the main house. All drawings and consents are included within the purchase


There is a large area of lawn to the front of the property with a drive sweeping from one gateway to the other, both exiting on to the road. To the side of the house is a pair of gates leading to the rear and as you would expect to a large and fully enclosed courtyard that is cobbled around all four sides with hard standing in the centre. The courtyard is surrounded on 3 sides with extensive two story out buildings  including 5 coach houses. To the rear of one of the wings of outbuildings is an orchard, complete with ancient apple trees of the period sadly now overgrown.


Situated in the courtyard are several static caravans set up with adjoining structure and all amenities, which could accommodate a family or tradesmen whilst work was completed on the house.




Please see the many photographs that accompany this listing and the indicative floor plans for further information, to fully appreciate this historic property arrange a viewing appointment which  you can do 24/7  by clicking on the contact link provided


Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
19 December 2016

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