Property Details - Bryn Eglwys

Price: £215,000.00

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General information

Number of bedrooms: 3

Type of property: Detached stone built cottage

Description: A delightful detached cottage providing an idyllic rural retreat, having a slightly elevated location to command panoramic views towards the north coast of Anglesey from Mynydd Y Gorn to Cemaes Bay to include a distant view of Skerries lighthouse. Surrounded by farmland, Bryn Eglwys enjoys an excellent private situation, yet is just over a milt to the village of Llanfechell and about three miles to the seaside village of Cemaes. The cottage itself provides well maintained three bedroom accommodation having the benefit of propane gas central heating and double glazed windows and doors. The kitchen and bathroom fittings have been replaced to provide contemporary family living accommodation. It has spacious gardens, especially to the rear as well as ample oof road parking. NO CHAIN

Accommodation

Vestibule Porch: With double glazed front door.

Hallway: Giving separate access to the kitchen and living room.

Living Room/Dining: A light room with two side windows and a large front window giving a fine view of Mynydd Y Gorn and Skerries lighthouse. Two contemporary vertical radiators, two pendant lights, t.v and telephone connection. Large opening to:

Kitchen: Having a modern range of base and wall units in a white gloss laminate finish with contrasting dark timber worktop surfaces to include a circular stainless steel sink unit and adjacent circular drainer. 'Indesit' ceramic hob with stainless steel extractor over and oven under. Integrated fridge and dishwasher, contemporary stainless steel shelving, vertical radiator and double glazed door to the rear gardens.

Bedroom One: Again a light room with side and front windows giving panoramic, rural and distant sea views. Exposed floor boards, radiator.

Bedroom Two: With side aspect window, painted timber floorboards, wall shelving, radiator.

Bathroom: With a modern white suite comprising of a 'P' shaped bath with thermostatic shower over and curved shower screen. Wash hand basin, w.c, contemporary radiator. Cupboard housing a 'Worcester' propane gas combi boiler.

Study: With exposed roof beams, radiator, spacious eaves storage area. This room has been used as an occasional bedroom, with 'Velux' windows. Through to:

Bedroom Three: A cosy bedroom with panelled ceiling, radiator, 'Velux' window.

Outside: There is vehicular access to both front and rear, with the one the the front currently used to give off road parking for 3 cars lengthwise. To the front is a lawned garden and with a verandah over to the front of the house to give an excellent area to sit and enjoy the panoramic views over a nearby lake, farmland and sea. To the side is a secluded area laid to lawn, and with access to a spacious rear garden area, laid to lawn with established hedging and a stone built Utility Shed 2.70 x 1.90 with plumbing for the washing machine, and adjoining Garden Store 3.0 x 2.7.

Council Tax Band: Band C

Epc: Awaiting BAND

Additional information

Tenure: Freehold

Services: Mains water/electricity; sceptic tank drainage

Viewing: By appointment with the selling agent

Possession: Vacant possession on completion of transfer

Local Authority: Isle of Anglesey County Council

Directions: From the centre of the village of Llanfechell, turn up Mountain Road adjacent to the pub and community café. Proceed for 0.4 mile and just after the chapel, turn right between the two houses. Proceed for just under one mile, and Bryn Eglwys is on the right hand side on the brow of a small hill and before the lake.