Penmynydd, Llanfairpwll, Anglesey, LL61


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  • Bedrooms: 3
A detached farmhouse residence renovated in keeping with its olde worlde character having exposed beams, latched timber internal doors and a fine inglenook fireplace with multi fuel stove to the lounge, study, spacious dining kitchen with oil Rayburm serving central heating system, and 3 bedrooms to the first floor. Set in approximately 7 acres with stabling, and additional stone outbuildings. Set in a picturesque location yet is within approximately a 10 minute drive of the bridges linking Anglesey with the mainland. Viewing Recommended.


From Llangefni proceed along the B5420 Lôn Penmynydd as you enter the village you will find a property on the right hand side with a drawing of a black witch on its gable, take this right hand turn. Proceed past the Chapel and continue along the road. Upon reaching a cattle grid, take the right hand lane, carry on for approximately half a mile and the property will be seen on the right hand side.


Situated in a peaceful location surrounded by open farmland yet is within a 10 minute drive of the A55 and both bridges linking Anglesey with the mainland and beyond.


Stable door leads through into:-

Entrance Porch

6'03 x 5'0 (1.91m x 1.52m)

With Upvc double glazed windows to either side, slate flooring, timber panelled ceiling with access hatch to loft. Wall light point and half glazed internal door leading into:-


15'0 x 15'02 (4.57m x 4.62m)

Attractive inglenook fireplace with multi fuel stove set on a raised concrete tile hearth, Upvc double glazed window, radiator, beamed ceiling with pendant light point. Staircase to first floor. Latched timber panelled door through to:-

Study/Bedroom 4

12'02 x 7'02 (3.71m x 2.18m)

With beamed ceiling with pendant light, Upvc double glazed window, radiator. Built in airing cupboard with factory lagged tank with immersion heater.

Dining Kitchen

20'3 x 9'11 (6.17m x 3.02m)

Bowl and a half single drainer sink set on double base cupboard with matching range of oak fronted base and wall cupboards. Wealth of marble effect working surfaces with tile splash backs, ceramic hob with extractor fan, integral fridge and Zanuzzi dishwasher, plumbing for washing machine. Space for freezer, built in cloaks cupboard and tiled recess housing Rayburn Nouvelle oil range serving cooking, domestic hot water and central heating system. Tiled flooring, beamed ceiling with halogen track lighting. Bay window looking out over the side garden. Latched internal timber door to:-

Rear Lobby

With side external door, tiled flooring and inset lighting. Lobby leads to:-

Utility/Boot Room

9'06 x 6'0 (2.90m x 1.83m)

With radiator and pendant light point.


9'02 x 5'07 (2.79m x 1.70m)

Consisting of a white 3 piece suite with low flush W.C, pedestal wash hand basin, panelled bath with mixer tap shower, half tiled walls, radiator and slate effect tile flooring. Panelled ceiling with inset lighting.

Staircase from Main Lounge:-

Bedroom 1

15'04 x 7'07 (4.67m x 2.31m)

With radiator, polished timber flooring, panelled ceiling with pendant light, Upvc double glazed windows with deep timber sill and latched timber panelled door.

Bedroom 2

10'11 x 8'10 max (3.33m x 2.69m max)

With radiator, timber panelled ceiling with pendant light. Upvc double glazed window with deep timber window sill.

Bedroom 3

9'11 x 6'03 (3.02m x 1.91m)

With radiator, timber panelled ceiling with pendant light point.


Side and rear gardens are laid to lawn, bordered by natural stone boundary walls, produce bed and stone store.


The main yard provides ample parking with turning space.


Access to the property is via a shared lane from the county highway.


Consisting of Detached Cattle Shed 22'03 x 15'07 (6.78m x 4.75m) with stable door entrance, presently subdivided into two smaller pens.


27'06 x 12'06 (8.38m x 3.81m)

Adjoining Store

14'10 x 12'03 (4.52m x 3.73m)

It may be possible to convert these outbuildings subject to requisite planning consent


Stable Block

Block of 3 with good headroom with gravelled apron to front with space for trailer etc.


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


The land and grounds amounts to approximately 7 acres in total, with land consisting of three enclosures located to the side and rear of the property.


Mains water is available to the two side enclosures.


Plan is for identification purposes only.

Council Tax

We understand from our verbal enquiries to the local authority that the property is in Band E . The amount payable for 2017/2018 is approx £1,665.51.


We are informed by the seller that this property benefits from Mains Electricity. Water and Private Drainage.


Viewing 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.

Arrange viewing 01248 723303

Morgan Evans - Llangefni

28/30 Church Street, Llangefni, Anglesey

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