Pentir, Gwynedd, LL57

£299,950

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
A detached 3 bedroom farmhouse with 3 reception rooms set in approx 2.8 acres having a superb range of outbuildings to the rear with possible planning potential for conversion subject to requisite planning consent. The property offers great charm but is in need of upgrading, it is pleasantly situated set back from the roadway enjoying open country views with the mountains providing a fine back drop it is conveniently situated within easy reach of the A55 expressway. Viewing Strictly by Appointment.

Directions

From the A55 expressway, come off at the Penrhyn Castle exit, junction 11. Follow roundabout leaving third exit onto the A4244, taking second exit at next roundabout. Pass the One Stop Garage and continue into Pentir. The property is situated on the right hand side set back off the roadway.

Vestibule Porch Entrance

With timber door leads into:-

Main Entrance

With staircase to first floor.

Sitting Room

11'01 x 11'02 (3.38m x 3.40m)

With attractive Adam style feature fireplace, single glazed timber window with deep window sill looking out over the front garden. Central pendant light point.

Lounge

13'07 x 11'11 (4.14m x 3.63m)

With attractive open open tile fireplace and hearth with timber Adam style surround. Single glazed window looking out over the garden with window seat. Door through to :-

Quarry tile passageway

With rear external door.

Kitchen

8'01 x 6'0 (2.46m x 1.83m)

With single drainer sink set on double base cupboard with adjoining double base cupboards with working surfaces over with tiled splash backs. Electric cooker point.

Breakfast Room

13'11 x 8'05 (4.24m x 2.57m)

With oil Rayburn Royal (in need of a service). Understairs storage cupboard, plumbing for washing machine, single glazed timber window looking out to the rear with tiled window sill.

Staircase from Hallway leads to:-

Family Bathroom

8'08 x 8'07 (2.64m x 2.62m)

With built in airing cupboard with electric immersion heater. Pale green three piece suite with low flush w.c, pedestal wash hand basin, panelled bath.

Master Bedroom

14'0 x 11'02 max (4.27m x 3.40m max)

L-shaped with feature painted cast iron fireplace. Single glazed window looking out over the rear garden and open farmland with views towards the mountains.

Bedroom 2

11'11 x 10'02 (3.63m x 3.10m)

With feature painted cast iron fireplace, single glazed window looking out over the front garden open fields towards the mountains.

Bedroom 3

12'0 x 9'07 (3.66m x 2.92m)

Cast iron feature fireplace. Single glazed timber window looking out over the rear.

Outside

Access to the property is via private driveway with decorative wrought iron railing to either side of the driveway leading to rear parking.

 

The grounds to the main residence consist of an enclosed former produce garden with greenhouse, perimeter concrete pathways leading to rear with coal shed and lean-to store shed within the grounds.

Detached Former Mill House

Consisting of:-

Sitting Room

16'0 x 15'03 (4.88m x 4.65m)

With recess former fireplace with timber staircase. Access to rear leading to:-

Lean-to Dairy

16'02 x 7'11 (4.93m x 2.41m)

Leading off from Sitting Room.

Wheel Room

15'02 x 11'11 (4.62m x 3.63m)

With remains of the Shaft Wheel, consisting the outer Water Wheel and Winch. With loft room over.

Adjoining Store

16'03 x 11'08 (4.95m x 3.56m)

With remains of a recess fireplace.

Calf Shed

Pigstie

With a block of 3 additional pig sties to the rear together with a superb range of L-shaped outbuilding which would lend to be converted into further cottages (subject to requisite planning consent).

Stock Shed

40'03 x 14'08 (12.27m x 4.47m)

Having two entrances to both front and rear.

Adjoining Store

14'03 x 10'03 (4.34m x 3.12m)

With front entrance with loft over.

Adjoining Barn

Stable

18'04 x 17'04 (5.59m x 5.28m)

Sub divided into three loose boxes.

General Store

Grounds

Consist of three paddocks, one each side of the driveway with rear paddock with store. The whole is set in 2.8 acres of land.

Services

We are informed by the seller that this property benefits from Mains electricity and water and private drainage. Telephone points (if any) subject to BT Regulations. No Services, appliances or central heating (if any) have been tested by Morgan Evans & Co. Ltd.

Council Tax

We understand from our verbal enquiries to the local authority that the property is in Band D and the amount payable for 2016/2017 is £1,476.49.

Tenure

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

Viewings

Strictly by appointment through 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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