Brynsiencyn, Anglesey, LL61

£800,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 5
Formerly part of the Llys Lew estate, the property comprises a tastefully and sympathetically designed 5 bedroomed barn conversion set in 16 acres with excellent equestrian facilities including stabling, paddocks, and indoor riding arena. Further traditional stone outbuildings provide scope for development subject to the usual planning consents. An option to purchase an additional 52 acres of land is available in convenient parcels.

Directions

From the mainland -proceed along the A55 over to Britannia Bridge, Exit at junction 7a signposted Llanfairpwll PG. A5 and Star. Turn right off the slip road junction, then second left at Star (signposted Llanddaniel Fab). From this junction the property will be found on the right hand side, after approximately 3 miles.

Location

Situated in a rural location enjoying views of open countryside which extend across to the Snowdonia Mountain range, The property is located some approximately 2 miles from the village of Brynsiencyn offering limited local amenities.

Description

An excellent equestrian centre, formerly a livestock farm situated in a glorious position of undulating countryside with fine views across to the Snowdonia Mountain Range.

The property has been developed over the years and includes a spacious 5 bedroom barn conversion completed circa 2007, with an enclosed courtyard of stone outbuildings which have been adapted to provide a livery yard with12 stables, feed store and tack room, together with additional stone outbuildings which provide the potential for conversion for a number of uses whether commercial or residential (subject to necessary planning being obtained). To the rear are further barn outbuildings which presently provide 6 stables, an indoor riding arena (20m x 40m) with a sand, fibre and wax surface and 16 acres of pasture with an option to purchase a further 52 acres or so by separate negotiation.

Accommodation

The accommodation comprises of double glazed main entrance door which opens through into the:-

Reception Hallway

24'02 x 17'07 (7.37m x 5.36m)

With wood polished flooring, with opaque glass fronted cloaks cupboard, Victorian style radiator, with an impressive oak staircase which leads up to the first floor with storage cupboard beneath.

The main hallway extends through to the sun lounge with decorative stone relief lintels (around the opening) with slate step leading down into :-

Split level Sun Lounge

17'04 x 13'02 (5.28m x 4.01m)

With two double glazed picture windows framing fine uninterrupted views across open countryside, the sun lounge is heated by an underfloor heating system and is therefore useable throughout the year, Two pairs of double glazed doors open out onto a spacious paved slate patio to the rear.

Lounge/Diner

32'00 x 24'01 (9.75m x 7.34m)

Spacious light and airy lounge, which has been tastefully designed to retain many of the barns character features with two impressive beams, to the ceiling, with an attractive Adam style fire surround framing a recess fireplace with wood burner stove set on a raised hearth of slate which provides a superb focal point to the room. The flooring is oak and has three underfloor heating vents, with patio doors providing access out onto a paved slate patio area, enjoying fine views over open farmland to the rear.

Kitchen/Diner

24'00 17'07 (7.32m 5.36m)

Single drainer stainless steel sink unit set on base cupboard with plumbing for dishwasher and a further range of matching modern base cupboards with granite working surfaces over with inset chopping board with stainless steel inlays to either side, together with a newly fitted Aga Rangemaster Professional range with induction cooking hob, and stainless steel cooker hood over, The working kitchen is lit by inset halogen lighting with pendant lighting and a Victorian style radiator to the dining area, both sections have flagged slate flooring which continues on through to the:-

Utility Room

8'02 x 9'00 (2.49m x 2.74m)

With single drainer sink set on base cupboard with integral wine rack and space for fridge, together with plumbing for automatic washing machine, Worcester central heating boiler, pendant light to ceiling with access hatch to loft space. Side external door, with an inner door opening through to:-

Cloakroom/Shower Room

8'09 x 4'04 (2.67m x 1.32m)

With low flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin, Aqua style Shower set in tiled cubicle, chrome heated towel rail. Slate floor.

Staircase/ Landing

40'11 x 14'09 max (12.47m x 4.50m)

Oak staircase from the main hallway leads to a spacious Gallery landing with Victorian style radiator, decorative stone relief reveals to wall,

Double opening oak doors lead through to the:-

Master Bedroom

24'03 x 17'11 (7.39m x 5.46m)

With exposed A frame to ceiling, Victorian style radiator, double glazed windows looking out open fields with views extending across to the Snowdonia mountain range from the front. A half glazed door to the gable, provides an external access down stone steps to the front.

Split Level En Suite Shower Room

9'00 x 6'02 (2.74m x 1.88m)

Fitted with a modern contemporary suite with fully tiled corner shower cubicle with glazed doors, low flush WC, bidet, pedestal wash hand basin with ceramic tile flooring, inset halogen lighting to ceiling, chrome heated towel rail.

Bedroom Two

17'07 x 9'03 (5.36m x 2.82m)

With upvc double glazed window looking out over open farmland to the rear, Victorian style radiator, high ceiling with central pendant light, vanity wash hand basin.

Bedroom Three

21' x 9'01 (6.40m x 2.77m)

With upvc double glazed window looking out over open farmland to the rear, Victorian style radiator, high ceiling with exposed A frame pendant light, polished wood flooring, ceramic bowl wash hand basin set on a slate plinth.

Split level Family Bathroom

10'07 x 8'10 (3.23m x 2.69m)

Consisting of a Victorian style white suite with Low flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin, claw floor bath with mixer tap, chrome heated towel rail , inset lighting ceramic tile flooring with complimentary tiled walls.

Bedroom Four

24'08 x 11'07 (7.52m x 3.53m)

With two double glazed window with decorative stone relief reveals, each enjoying fine views, high ceiling with partially exposed A frame with two pendant light points, Victorian style radiator.

Study/Bedroom Five

9'05 x 9'00 (2.87m x 2.74m)

With wealth of built in wardrobes, double glazed window enjoying fine views extending across to the Snowdonia mountain range. access hatch to loft space, pendant light point.

Outside

Gardens - To the rear is a spacious slate paved sitting area with steps down to a garden laid to lawn, with the accompanying

acreage beyond.

The property is accessed via a gated driveway from the county highway which leads to the property

Enclosed Yard

An enclosed L shaped courtyard with a range of outbuildings which have presently been adapted to provide stabling for 12 horses together with feed store, tack room and electric consumer store with connections for 3 phase electricity.

An arched opening provides access to the accompanying acreage.

Outbuildings

On the opposite side of the courtyard are a range of superb stone outbuildings which currently provide a mare and foal box and pony stable with further utility storage with loft over, These buildings would lend themselves ideally, for conversion for a number of uses (subject to requisite planning consent).

To the rear are further barns some of which have been converted to provide further stabling some of which have galvanised metal weave grill framed internal doors.

Additional 2 small barns for winter housing, one with attached enclosed yard.

Indoor Menage

131'3 x 65'08 (40.01m x 20.02m)

Behind these buildings is a substantial portal framed barn providing an indoor menage of sand, fibre and wax topped surface supplied by Equestrian Surfaces, with attached hay barn, with additional 10m x 20m barn for hay/equipment storage.

Accompany Acreage

The 16 acres of pasture land is located to the rear of the main residence and has been subdivided into smaller enclosures by electric fencing.

There is an option to purchase a further 52 acres or so, which adjoin the existing land. This is available by separate negotiation.

Tenure

We have been informed by the vendor (the seller) this property is FREEHOLD with vacant possession upon completion of the sale. Once the vendor's solicitors are instructed (normally when a sale has been agreed), the vendors solicitors should confirm details of title.

Services

We are informed by the seller that this property benefits from Mains water, electricity and private drainage.

Council Tax

We understand from verbal enquiries to the local authority that the property is in Band G amount payable for 2017/2018 £2,263.65.

Viewings

Strictly by appointment via the Agents.

We strive to make property particulars as accurate as possible, interested parties should make their own investigations before finalising their offer to purchase. We have not tested any appliances, equipment, fixtures, fittings or services and cannot verify their working order. Solicitors should confirm that moveable items described in sales particulars are, in fact, included in the sale. Measurements used in this brochure may be approximate. If intending purchasers need accurate measurements, we reccommend a final inspection prior to exchange of contracts. Where plans appear, please note that they are for identifcation purposes only and may not be to scale.

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Morgan Evans - Llangefni

28/30 Church Street, Llangefni, Anglesey

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