3 bedroom detached house for sale

Beaumaris, Anglesey

£500,000

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A charming character detached Lodge residence, situated within an acre of gardens, and located next to Henllys Golf Course and a five minute walk to the sea. Built in 1852 by John Lewis Hampton-Lewis, the "East Lodge" was built to secure the estate of Henllys Hall. Subsequently occupied by the Hall's chauffeur, the Lodge is perfectly positioned to be a fine private residence, or alternatively as a holiday home, enjoying a peaceful outlook over the golf course towards the Menai Strait and Snowdonia mountains, being a five minute walk to the sea at Fryars Bay, and a mile to the historic town of Beaumaris, famous for Edward 2nd Castle, Pier and Gaol. The Lodge has been tastefully extended and modernised and has the benefit of a large double garage, and spacious gardens which ensure the privacy of the property. It is ideally suited for a keen yachtsman and golf enthusiast.

Conservatory Sun Room - 3.02 x 2.19 (9'11" x 7'2") - Having a double glazed surround to make it a perfect area to sit and enjoy the panoramic view over the golf course towards the Carneddau mountains. Double glazed patio inner door to:-

Lounge - 5.13 x 3.70 (16'10" x 12'2") - Having an inglenook fireplace with original timber lintel over and slate hearth. Dual aspect double glazed windows, one giving fine mountain views over the golf course. High ceiling (10 feet), two radiators, tv connection.

Inner Hall - With two roof space hatches, one with sky light. Built in cupboard, radiator.

Kitchen/ Dining Room - 6.15 x 2.72 (20'2" x 8'11") - Being open plan, and one side having a good range of base and wall kitchen units in a light timber finish and contrasting worktop surfaces and incorporating a 1.5 ceramic sink unit under a rear aspect window enjoying a private outlook over the rear patio and garden. Integrated appliances include a Zanussi ceramic hob with chrome extractor over and Zanussi double oven under. Integrated fridge and separate freezer, and recess for both a washing machine and dishwasher. Cupboard housing a Vaillant gas fired combination central heating boiler.
The dining area to the other side of the room incorporates fitted bench seating giving a spacious dining area with a rear aspect window overlooking the rear garden. Radiator, concealed hatch to the cellar and double glazed outside door with side window.

Bedroom 1 - 3.81 x 3.72 (12'6" x 12'2") - Again with a high ceiling and dual aspect windows one of which gives superb views towards the mountains. Radiator.

Bedroom 2 - 3.64 x 3.32 (11'11" x 10'11") - Having dual aspect windows one of which gives a fine outlook over the rear garden. High ceiling, radiator.

En-Suite Shower Room - Having fully tiled walls and floor and pvc panelled ceiling. Shower cubicle with thermostatic shower control, wash hand basin, WC. Chrome towel radiator.

Bedroom 3 - 3.63 x 3.13 (11'11" x 10'3") - With side aspect window with radiator under, high ceiling.

Bathroom - 2.12 x 2.04 (6'11" x 6'8") - Having been refitted with a white suite comprising of a panelled bath with Mira thermostatic shower over and glazed shower screen. Wash hand basin within a stand and with mirror fronted cabinet over with shaver point. WC. Chrome towel radiator. Fully tiled walls and floor and pvc panelled ceiling with down lighters.

Cellar - 3.40 x 3.20 (11'2" x 10'6") - With concealed access from the kitchen and with good head room for storage.

Outside - A sought after feature of Llanfaes Lodge are the extensive and private gardens estimated to extend to one acre (not measured). These gardens are a must for the keen gardener running the length of the golf course but well screened by bushes and trees to give excellent privacy for both the cottage and gardens.
A distinctive wrought iron gate leads onto a private drive that extends to the double garage, which is at a lower level to the Lodge and is hidden from it. A recent stone resin pathway extends from the front to the rear where is gives a spacious patio area which again is private and enjoys a sunny south westerly aspect. Nearby is a slate table top for outside dining and nearby BBQ area, with nearby steps leading down to the garage. There is also a patio area to the front of the Lodge which enjoys truly panoramic views over the golf course towards the mountains. There is a gate from the front giving direct access to the golf course (by permission of the golf club).
The main garden area to the side and rear hosts an array of mature trees of varying type to include "cup and saucer" trimmed
yew trees. The garden is mostly lawn very much in a cottage garden style with varying "nooks and crannies" being perfect for children to play "hide and seek" and also includes many shrubs and bushes to maximise the privacy of the rear garden being well screened from the adjoining golf course.
At a slightly lower level is a Detached Double Garage 6.00 x 5.95 having a slate roof and presently divided into two with two up and over access doors. Given its size, this garage offers excellent scope for conversion in this established and popular holiday area, and subject to obtaining the usual statutory consents

Services - Mains drainage, water and electricity.
Propane gas central heating.
A security alarm is fitted.

Tenure - Understood to be freehold and this will be confirmed by the vendor's conveyancer.

Council Tax - Band D

Energy Certificate - Band G.

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Nearest stations

  • Bangor (4.3 mi)
  • Llanfairfechan (4.9 mi)
  • Llanfairpwll (6.2 mi)
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Nearest stations

  • Bangor (4.3 mi)
  • Llanfairfechan (4.9 mi)
  • Llanfairpwll (6.2 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Joan Hopkin, Beaumaris

32 Castle Street Beaumaris LL58 8AP

01248 548018 Local call rate

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