Isle Of Anglesey
7 miles from the Britannia bridge/ A55
6 miles from Llanfair P.G.
1 mile from Newborough beach & forest & the Menai Strait
Fully modernised with trational features
south facing garden
Large kitchen & dining area with patio doors
HouseSimple is proud to present this charming 3-4 bedroom, detached Welsh character cottage in Dwyran. This property offers the best of modern living in a traditional house, within a short distance of the best beauty spots and local amenities that the island and Snowdonia has to offer.
It has been fully modernised to a high standard, retaining all of the traditional features. It has oil fired central heating and double glazing throughout. It has a good sized, south facing garden, which is like a secret garden full of mature plants, shrubs and apple trees. There are beautiful mountain views from both house and garden. There is a large patio area, laid to welsh slate. It also benefits from an additional seating area, ideal for the evening sun. The garden is completely secure, sheltered and private. There are also two sheds and a log shed. There is a drive large enough for two estate sized cars.
Inside, there is a large fitted kitchen with cream, solid oak units and solid beech worktops. A charming inglenook houses a solid fuel Rayburn in the centre of the kitchen, surplus to the electric hob and oven. The kitchen, downstairs toilet/ sower room and porch/ utility are all laid to traditional Welsh slate floor tiles.
The kitchen adjoins the large dining room, which has patio doors over-looking the pretty, cottage garden. This room also fits a large corner sofa and sideboard, making it an excellent multi-functional room. Adjoining the kitchen is also a useful utility porch and downstairs shower and toilet room.
The lounge is lovely and bright with double aspect windows and charming traditional beams. A large traditional inglenook fireplace stands centre stage with a large slate lintel and a Morso multi-fuel stove. This also supplements the hot water and feeds an extra radiator on the upstairs landing, which warms the upstairs brilliantly when the central heating has gone off of an evening.
There are three double bedrooms and a newly fitted, modern bathroom suite. The master bedroom could easily be split into 2 bedrooms, converting the house into a four bedroom property, with minimal cost or work. Upstairs benefits from original pitch pine floor boards and a large window over the stairs and landing area. The house benefits from being connected to mains sewer.
It is only 7 miles from the Britannia bridge/ A55, 1 mile from the renowned Newborough beach/ Llanddwyn Island and forest (as pictured) and 1 mile from the Menai Straits, with a fantastic view of caernarfon castle across the straits(as pictured). The small village of Dwyran benefits from a doctors surgery, school, an active community hall and a petrol station with shop. There is also a taxi service that operates from the village and the local bus service. There are lovely countryside walks from the house, including a walk along the Braint river, over the giant stepping stones (as pictured), to the popular Marram Grass restaurant - as featured on ITV's 'Julia Bradbury: Best Walks with a View': http://www.itv.com/presscentre/ep1week7/best-walks-view-julia-bradbury. There are countless circular bike rides from the property, taking in beautiful country lanes, views of the mountains and sea, to the sea itself or to the Menai Straits. Giddy Aunts tea room (amazing home-made cakes), Anglesey Sea Zoo (with a stand alone cafe), Foel Farm Park (with a stand alone cafe), Anglesey Riding Centre and Anglesey Sea Salt are all on the doorstep.
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