4 bedroom detached house for sale

Dulas, Isle Of Anglesey

£475,000

Property Description

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An outstanding barn conversion with flexible accommodation and scope to further develop additional barns if required. Situated in a peaceful rural location with far reaching southerly views over open farmland towards the sea, the property is suited to a buyer looking for a 'lifestyle' change, with time to maximise the true potential of the substantial outbuildings.
Within the last five years the main property has been tastefully upgraded to provide character four bedroom accommodation with a superb 56 foot first floor open plan kitchen and lounge. In addition, there is an adjoining one bedroom annexe with separate access and in all positioned in about an acre of grounds. There are private gardens with spacious pond, and ample open parking extending to just under an acre.

Spacious Reception - With timber half panelled walls and timber laminate floor, staircase to the first floor.

Sitting Room - 8.84 x 4.42 (29'0" x 14'6") - With two radiators, timber staircase giving internal access to the annex.

Utility Room - 3.44 x 3.18 (11'3" x 10'5") - With modern base and wall kitchen units with matching worktop surfaces and tiled surround. Stainless steel sink unit, plumbing for a washing machine , cupboard with pressurised hot water tank, radiator.

Rear Porch - With double glazed outside door. 'Grant' oil fired central heating boiler.

Inner Hall - Giving access to the ground floor bedrooms, radiator.

Bedroom Two - 4.62 x 4.58 (15'2" x 15'0") - With rear aspect window with radiator under.

Modern Bathroom - 3.54 x 3.45 (11'7" x 11'4") - Having both tiled and timber panelled walls and with a four piece suite in white comprising of a jacuzzi bath, shower cubicle with 'Mira' electric shower, wash hand basin with mirror over and w.c. Fitted linen cupboard, radiator.

Bedroom Three - 4.01 x 3.30 (13'2" x 10'10") - With timber floor covering, front aspect window with radiator under.

Rear Lobby - With double glazed outside door, radiator, and leading to:

Bedroom Four - 4.65 x 3.76 (15'3" x 12'4") - With two side aspect windows with two radiators under.

First Floor -

Landing - With radiator.

Small Office - Off the landing with radiator, telephone point and adjoining store cupboard.

Kitchen/Lounge - 17.16 x 4.57 (56'4" x 15'0") - A superb open plan design . Living area with the kitchen to one side, central dining area, and lounge to the other side, together with a Sun Room off. This room enjoys fine sea views of Dulas Bay over adjoining farmland and towards Mynydd Bodafon and the mountains beyond. It has an oak panelled floor throughout, and exposed timber roof beams. It is a naturally light room with four double glazed windows and three velux roof lights.
The kitchen area has a recently installed range of units with both solid timber and granite worktop surfaces, being complemented by a central island with recess for a cooking range and also serving as a breakfast bar. 1.5 bowl stainless steel sink unit under a rear aspect window giving fine rural and sea views.
The central dining area has two radiators, and wide opening to the sun room, and leads to the lounge area.
A feature of the lounge is the wood burning stove standing on a raised stone hearth and canopy over, radiator.

Sun Room - 3.70 x 3.35 (12'2" x 11'0") - Having a total of five windows giving all around views towards Dulas Bay,open farmland and Mynydd Bodafon. Oak flooring, radiator.

Master Bedroom One - 8.63 x 4.23 (both max) (28'4" x 13'11" ( both max)) - With wide double glazed patio doors onto a paved and spacious patio enjoying a private and open outlook. Oak flooring, fitted wardrobes, two radiators.

Ensuite Shower Room - 2.35 x 1.77 (7'9" x 5'10") - Having been recently refitted to include a large walk in shower enclosure with twin head shower, glazed and panelled surround. Wash hand basin in a vanity cupboard with mirror and shaver point over, w.c, towel radiator.

Annex - Having a separate external access and double glazed french style entrance door, as well as an internal access.

Living Area - 4.48 x 4.21 (14'8" x 13'10") - With radiator.

Kitchenette - 4.38 x 1.41 (14'4" x 4'8") - Being open to the living area and with a range of base and wall units, recess for a cooker and fridge and stainless steel sink unit.

Bedroom - 2.87 X 2.75 (9'5" X 9'0") - With radiator (no natural light).

En Suite Shower Room - 2.05 x 1.71 (6'9" x 5'7") - With corner shower cubicle with electric shower, wash hand basin, w.c, towel radiator, fully tiled walls, velux roof light and extractor fan.

Outside - Situated in just under an acre, the property enjoys spacious and private grounds with extensive open parking areas. There are an extensive range of outbuildings with scope for development if required (subject to usual planning consents) and suitable as workshops and general storage. The main detached barn has previously had planning consent for conversion, but now lapsed.
The gardens are found mostly to the side and rear, where they enjoy good privacy and look outwards over open farmland. Included is a large pond with timber decking and bridge over, and paved patio area with store shed. Lawn and rockery, and ample outside space for open parking

Workshop - 8.8 x 5.1 (28'10" x 16'9") - With concreted floor, electric provided and double opening vehicular access door.
Lean to Store Shed (7.6 x 4.9) currently a log store, with power and light.

Garage - 7.1 x 5.0 (23'4" x 16'5") - With scope for conversion with all the other adjacent buildings.

Adjoining Kennels - 4.9 x 4.6 (16'1" x 15'1") - With staircase to :

Loft - 12.0 x 3.9 (39'4" x 12'10") - Being floored.

Detached Barn - 10.0 x 6.0 (32'10" x 19'8") - A historic stone barn with hipped roof, having previously had planning consent for conversion.

Static Caravan - 32' x 12' (9.75m x 3.66m) - Two bedrooms.

Chicken Shed - 3.3 x 2.6 (10'10" x 8'6") - The gardens are found mostly to the side and rear, where they enjoy good privacy and look outwards over open farmland. Included is a large pond with timber decking and bridge over, and paved patio area, Lawn and rockery.

Services - Mains water and electricity. Private drainage.
Oil fired central heating system.

Energy Performance Certificate - Band D

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

Directions - From Benllech, proceed northwards on the A5025, passing the villages of Moelfre and Brynrefail. After passing the petrol station/boatsales shop, proceed up the hill, and immediately after the chapel on your right, turn left signposted Pengraigwen. Continue for about 1/3 mile, and at the fork in the road, the entrance to Cwm Derri is immediately on your left. Proceed down the drive, and the property is the first on the left.

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