A5 Holyhead road
Isle Of Anglesey
Former coaching Inn
built by Thomas Telford
building consent in place
HouseSimple is pleased to present this extensive 6/7+ bedroom former Coaching Inn at Mona, Boddfordd, (nr Llangefni) Anglesey, North Wales (15 minutes from Bangor City and University).
Renovation plans have already been approved by CADW to covert to 6 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms and futher bedroom and batroom suite in the loft space within the main house. All plans, drawings and consents are included within the purchase.
This beautiful and impressive former Coaching Inn with extensive outbuidings, courtyard and orchard is ready for immediate renovation with the relevant permissions already in place. With it's wealth of original features and grand scale, this property would make a truly impressive country residence in rural yet convinient location, with Bangor being some 15 minutes away. The main Inn is arranged over two principle floors, but also benefits from extensive vaulted cellars below.
Situated on the isle of Anglesey, adjacent to the A5 and just a short drive from the A55 Expressway Llangefni exit, this property is in a covenient yet rural location with views over open coutryside from all aspects. The property has been partly renovated in recent years but would require considerable work to bring up to modern living standards and complete the already approved renovation works. The property is 2* listed and therefore elligable to apply for grant funding towards the renovation work.
There are several static caravans already set up on site with adjoinging structure, which could accomodate up to 8 people in relative comfort whilst work is completed on the main house.
This property is of signifanct histroric importance which has resulted in the property being listed as 2* by CADW in 1998; being comissioned by Sir ThomasTelford as part of the Post Road (A5) from London to Ireland in the early 1800's with Mona Inn opening to the traveller in 1821.
As you would expect, the property has a large and fully enclosed courtyard to the rear, which is cobbled around all four sides and has original hardstanding in the centre (although this has become covered in a layer of grass in the past few years).
The courtyard is surrounded by extensive two storey outbuildings including coaching arches. There is a large lawned area to the front of the property and large double gates to the side of the property through which the courtyard is accessed. To the rear of one wing of the outbuildings is an enclosed walled orchard, complete with apple trees of the period.
The property, which was last partially inhabited in the 1980's, is watertight, secure and fully alarmed, as is the coutyard. The dwelling adjoining the right hand side of property was formerlly the Inn Keepers residence and is availble by seperaten negotiation from separate vendors.
1998 Mona Inn was recognised as being of historic interest and listed 11* by CADW .On 5th December 2005 CADW gave listed building approval to commence the restoration work. This consent remains valid. Further detailed historic information available for serious enquirers.
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N.B. currently rated as band A for council tax - this would change once renovations are complete.
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