6 bedroom detached house for sale

Llanerchymedd, Anglesey

£695,000

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An elegant, fully modernised six bedroom stone built farmhouse of character, enjoying far reaching and truly panoramic southerly views over Anglesey's rolling countryside towards the Snowdonia mountain ranges. Set in spacious grounds of just under an acre the property includes two further adjoining cottages with consent to convert. Situated in the rural village of Carmel, the property enjoys a central location on the island being convenient to all Anglesey's holiday attractions, and the property currently trades as a very successful holiday let with exceptional income figures available. The main house underwent complete renovation five years ago and now provides a total of six bedrooms, four of which are en-suite, together with a family bathroom, superb fully fitted kitchen/diner with double doors to the outside hot tub, and 26 foot living room. Works have started on an adjoining cottage to include a new roof, new windows, re-rendered and floor slab, and now only requires fitting out internally. A second cottage is also included to maximise the income potential in Anglesey's thriving tourist trade.

Hallway - 10.00 x 2.00 (32'10" x 6'7") - Running the width of the house with a practical timber laminate floor covering, dado rail, radiator, staircase to the first floor with cupboard under and door access to:

Rear Porch - With quarry tiled floor.

Superb Lounge - 8.18 x 4.40 (26'10" x 14'5") - With a wide front double glazed bay window giving panoramic southerly views over open farmland towards the Snowdonia mountain ranges. Further side aspect window ensuring excellent natural daylight to the living area. Feature wood burning stove standing on a slate hearth. Fully timber laminate floor covering, t.v connection, 2 radiators . High ceilings with two pendant lights. Deep original skirting boards.

Outstanding Kitchen/Dining - 8.73 x 4.41 (28'8" x 14'6") - Designed to cater for all residents, in an open plan design and again enjoying excellent natural daylight from a wide front aspect bay window giving panoramic views, and a four panel double glazed opening door to the side which leads to the patio and hot tub.
The modern kitchen is tastefully finished with base and wall units in a matt white finish and a large contrasting island in a contemporary grey finish, all with solid timber workshop surfaces. Integrated appliances include a 'Neff' 6 ring gas hob with concealed extractor over, two 'Bosch' eye level double ovens, dishwasher, fridge , freezer and integrated wine fridge. Belfast sink unit with monobloc tap and three suspended lights over the island. The dining area caters for 12-15 persons again with 3 suspended lights over the dining table. High ceiling, deep skirting boards, radiator.

Utility Room - 4.37 x 2.60 (14'4" x 8'6") - With tiled floor, plumbing for a washing machine and adequate space for further fridges and freezers. Radiator. Partitioned w.c with wash hand basin, towel radiator, 'Worcester' gas combi central heating boiler. This room would give a connecting access to Cottage 1 if necessary.

Bedroom Six/Sitting Room - 4.15 x 3.30 (13'7" x 10'10") - Again with a high ceiling and deep skirting boards. Rear aspect bay window, timber laminate flooring and radiator.

First Floor Landing - With 'dog leg' original staircase and with a high ceiling, dado rail, radiator and timber laminate flooring.

Bedroom One - 4.83 x 4.40 (15'10" x 14'5") - With front aspect windows giving outstanding rural views over Anglesey towards the mainland mountains. High ceiling, radiator, timber laminate flooring.

En Suite Shower Room - 3.30 x 1.97 (10'10" x 6'6") - Having a spacious walk in shower cubicle with twin head shower and glazed shower screen. Twin bowl sink units set on a timber wash stand, w.c. Tiled floor and part tiled walls, towel radiator.

Bedroom Two - 4.60 x 3.29 (15'1" x 10'10") - Again with front aspect windows giving superb views and with radiator under. Timber laminate flooring, walk in wardrobe.

En Suite Shower Room - 2.84 x 1.02 (9'4" x 3'4") - With twin head shower cubicle, wash hand basin, w.c, towel radiator, tiled floor.

Bedroom Three - 4.36 X 2.91 (14'4" X 9'7") - With side aspect window with radiator under and with rural views towards the mountains. Timber laminate flooring.

Family Bathroom - 4.36 x 2.19 (14'4" x 7'2") - With a contemporary 4 piece suite comprising a free standing Victorian style roll top bath. Spacious walk in twin head shower with glazed shower screen. Wash hand basin, w.c, towel radiator, tiled floor.to:

Bedroom Four - 3.84 x 3.23 (12'7" x 10'7") - With rear aspect window with radiator under, timber laminate flooring, walk in wardrobe.

En Suite Shower Room - 2.78 x 1.00 (9'1" x 3'3") - With twin head shower cubicle, wash hand basin, w.c, towel radiator, tiled floor.

Bedroom Five - 4.28 x 3.26 (14'1" x 10'8") - With rear aspect window with radiator under, timber laminate flooring, walk in wardrobe.

En Suite Shower Room - 2.74 x 1.00 (9'0" x 3'3") - With twin head shower cubicle, wash hand basin, w.c, towel radiator, tiled floor.

Outside - Standing in a plot of just under an acre, a drive leads to a spacious gravelled parking area for several cars. The gardens are easily manageable and found to the side and front, being mostly lawn, and enjoying good privacy adjoining open farmland and from where there are panoramic views towards the mountains. Adjacent to the kitchen with access via double opening door is a stone paved sun patio, enjoying a sunny, southerly aspect, and to include a well screened 4 person hot tub.

Cottage One - Adjoining the main house is a second cottage which has undergone the first phase of renovation to include a new slate roof, double glazed windows/doors, and concrete floor. It is now in need of completion, and the builders estimate is available for this work. The present owners had intended to use this cottage as an annex to the main house with a link door via the utility room.

Cottage Two - A second stone cottage adjoining cottage One is in need of complete renovation, but as with cottage One, gives excellent scope to further develop the site and substantially increase the letting income.

Static Caravan - A 3 berth static caravan has recently been sited to the edge of the garden, being connected to the services.

Holiday Letting - Since the renovation five years ago, the property has been used for holiday letting, with income steady increasing over this period, and is now in excess of £60,000 (2018).
With the development of the adjoining cottage into a four bedroom annex to the main house, the income could be increased to excess of £120,000. With the further development of Cottage 2, the gross income can be increased further, or used as the owner's accommodation.
The property is available fully furnished and equipped to continue the business without a void with excellent advanced bookings for 2020 already made.
Income details will be made available to bona fide purchasers

Energy Performance Certificate - Band F

Rates. - Rateable Value £4,800.
No rates payable under the small business relief scheme.

Directions - From the centre of Llanerchymedd, at the mini roundabout, take the turning past the village Post Office. Continue for 1.7 miles and after the Carmel village sign, the drive to Mountain View (previously known as Prys Owain Fawr) is next left. Continue down the drive and the farm house is on the left.

Tenure - Understood to be freehold, and the vendor's conveyancer will confirm title.

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