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Number of bedrooms: 3
Type of property: Detached bungalow
Description: An immaculate and extended detached bungalow, enjoying a most favourable position on this quiet Cul de sac estate, having a much larger than average plot backing onto agricultural fields to the rear and which enjoys a great deal of privacy to the south facing rear garden. Gwenith Gwyn has been extended and considerably improved by the present owners, benefiting from a modern fitted kitchen and shower room, also there is an oil fired central heating system, UPVC double glazed windows and doors and pvc fascia boards, as well as a Conservatory. It is in immaculate decorative order through out and recently repainted to the exterior. The gardens are an absolute treat.There is ample off- road parking as well as a detached Garage.
Entrance Hall: With radiator and ceiling and with an arched opening and being open plan to the:-
Dining Area: 9’10” x 9’9” (2.99 x 2.97m) with a large patio style door and side panel to the side giving access onto the patio area which has distant mountain views. Radiator, telephone point, coved ceiling.
Lounge : 19’0” x 14’9” (5.80 x 4.50m) with large double glazed windows and patio style door,again giving access onto the patio area, having a south easterly aspect to give an excellent amount of natural daylight, modern oak surround fireplace with dark granite inlay and hearth housing a Gasco propane remote control gas living flame fire. Two radiators, coved ceiling, TV and Sky aerial connections.
Kitchen : 9’9” x 9’9” ( 2.98 x 2.96m) having a modern fitted range of base and wall kitchen units in a light cream timber finish with ample contrasting worktop surface and matching tiled surround. Franke 1.5 bowl stainless steel sink inset under a large south facing window which overlooks the rear garden and the excellent panoramic views. The units include double glazed wall units, wine rack, intergrated AEG dishwasher and Brandt Frost Free fridge/freezer. Electric cooker recess with modern curved glass extractor hood over.Coved ceiling, radiator, inset halogen ceiling lights. Door to:-
Utility Room: 9’9” x 5’8” ( 2.98 x 1.73m) with matching base and wall kitchen units, quarry tiled floor, plumbing for a washing machine and space for freezer. Worcester oil fired central heating boiler. Through door to:-
Conservatory : 14’9” x 8’6” (4.51 x 2.61m) presently used as a garden room, enjoying a most private aspect and enjoying panoramic views from the rear garden over adjoining fields in a southerly direction towards the Snowdonia Mountains. The conservatory has an access door to both the front and rear garden and includes a radiator under a wall light.
Bedroom 1: 13’3” x 9’10” (4.04 x 3.28m) with a modern style mirror fronted fitted double wardrobe coved ceiling. Private rear aspect window overlooking the rear garden towards the mountains and with radiator under. Coved ceiling.
Bedroom 2: 13’3” x 9’10” (4.03 x 3.00m) with a fitted double wardrobe and adjoining cupboard. Rear aspect again enjoying a southerly aspect over the garden towards the mountain. Radiator, coved ceiling, TV connection.
Bedroom 3: 10’10” x 6’3” (3.29 x 1.90m) with coved ceiling. Radiator under a front aspect window.
Shower Room: 10’3” x 5’6” (3.13 x 1.67) having a modern suite includes a tiled shower cubicle with Mira thermostatic, shower control. Modern low level wall unit with cupboard incorporating a wash hand basin with wall morror over and w.c. Chrome towel radiator, extractor fan and ceiling spotlight, airing cupboard with shelving.
Outside : The grounds are a particular feature of Gwenith Gwyn having been upgraded and well tended by the present owners. Access to the front is via a paved parking area for 3 cars, and giving access to a detached Garage 18’4” x 9’2” (5.59 x 2.79) with storage cupboards, power and light provided. To the side is a very well screened and extended patio area with access to both the living and dining rooms as well as the conservatory. This side area is considered private and has space for boat storage. Of particular interest to gardeners is the large but easily manageable private rear garden, being very well tended mostly laid to lawn with established hedging and well stocked borders. Adjacent to the bungalow is a slightly raised decked patio area which takes full advantage of the southerly view of the mountains. In addition there is an attractive front garden adjacent to the garage also having a well cultivated lawn with shrubs and flower borders.
Services: All mains except gas
Viewing: By appointment with the selling agent
Possession: Vacant possession on completion of transfer
Local Authority: Isle of Anglesey County Council
Directions: From Beaumaris take the B5109 towards Pentraeth and after approximately two miles you will pass the road junction on the left for the village centre. Proceed ahead and take the next turning left into Brynteg Estate and follow the road to the right and then left and then right and no 17 will be seen to your left. From our Benllech office, proceed southwards on the A5025 and in the village of Pentraeth, turn left signposted Beaumaris. Continue for nearly 3 miles and as you enter the small rural village of Llansadwrn, Brynteg Estate can be seen on your right. Turn into the estate and bear right at two corners and Gwenith Gwyn is near the end of the estate on your left.