- 3 Bedroom Detached Farmhouse
- Converted 1 Bedroom Cow Barn with Planning Permission to Extend
- Two Dwellings on One Site
- Young Woodland & Extensive Gardens
- Sits in Some 3 Acres, Option to Purchase Additional 1.3 Acres
- Ample Off-Road Parking & Two Driveways
- Vegetable Patch and Pond with Multiple Patio's
- Apple, Cherry, Plum & Damson Orchards & Outbuildings
- Oil Central Heating and Fully Double Glazed Windows
When looking to escape to the country, are you looking for privacy? A parcel of your own land? A young woodland to shade you from those hot summer days? A pond and maybe a vast area in which you could grow your own food, for example fruit and vegetable beds, a ready to go vegetable patch, and an apple orchard with a variety of thriving apple trees? Then this spectacular 4 Bedroom Detached scenic home is exactly what you’re looking for. Ty’n Y Coed has been lovingly transformed by its current owners into an outstanding property.
Let’s start the tour with the main house itself. Through the front porch you are immediately welcomed by an open Dining Room with plenty of space to fit a sizeable dining table. The Dining Room features wood flooring and ceiling, made to measure handmade pine doors and a pine staircase. To the right of the Dining Room is the Sitting Room, which again features the beautiful wooden floors and ceiling, a slate fireplace with reclaimed slate hearth from a Penrhyn slate water tank. Within the fireplace sits a Morso multi-fuel stove, which will be perfect to keep you cosy on those cold winter nights. Across from the Sitting Room, you'll find the Study. Continuing with the theme, the Study features the same wooden floors and ceiling, as well as a reclaimed slate fireplace complete with another Morso multi-fuel stove, allowing this room to be the ideal spot to settle down with a good book. To the rear is the impressive farmhouse Kitchen/Breakfast Room, with tiled floors, an oil-fired Rayburn, cream kitchen units and integrated dish washer & fridge, with space for another dining table, this is a dream for cooking enthusiasts. Leading out of the kitchen you will find a tiled Hallway which leads to the downstairs WC, a Pantry (formerly a Shower Room) and a well-lit Utility Room with views over the garden.
Upstairs there are 3 Bedrooms, 2 Doubles and 1 Single. The Single Bedroom benefits considerably from natural daylight and a cupboard. The Primary Bedroom is both the biggest and the best room to really appreciate those countryside and sea views, with both windows providing areas to gaze over. This bedroom also has its own spacious, fully tiled, En-suite Shower Room which houses a sizeable power shower and 2 storage cupboards. The second Double Bedroom has equally impressive views over the surrounding countryside. Across the landing is the Family Bathroom which is partly tiled and has both a bathtub and separate shower. The property benefits from full double glazing, including sliding sash windows to the front, as well as full central heating provided by the oil fired Rayburn which has 2 ovens and 2 hotplates, and also provides domestic hot water.
A short walk across the yard you’ll find the converted Cow Barn. The barn, has been transformed into a separate dwelling, although it still retains many of its original features, such as the Bull Door (designed too narrow for the bull to chase you through!). The barn is fully self-contained, having a fitted open-plan Kitchen/Living area, 1 Bedroom, a Shower Room with power shower and airing cupboard. The Kitchen area has integrated fridge, freezer, cooker, hob and washing machine. The Living area is both a cosy Sitting Room as well as having space for a dining table. Up the pine stairs is the generously sized Bedroom with vaulted ceilings and exposed beams. A delightful stain glass door leads out to the original stone staircase. The owners have full planning permission to extend this property, giving an additional entrance hall, bedroom, en-suite, 2 bathrooms and large living space with lots of glass to take in those incredible views. More details can be found on planning application 18C54A.
The grounds to the property are expansive and feature several additional buildings. Attached to the main house is a Workshop, whilst attached to the cow barn are a stone Storage room and Gardening Shed. The double door Garage, attached to the converted cow barn, is another great storage space for those larger items. Leading from the new second entranceway, you’ll find a large open sided barn, perfect for lambing, over-wintering for ponies, log store, machinery and more.
The gardens surrounding this property are simply breath-taking. Starting immediately outside the home, you are welcomed by an array of colours thanks to the array of different plants and flowers, including several types of roses. Within this area you will find different raised beds and trellises that are currently growing all kinds of fruit and vegetables including raspberries, loganberries, broad beans, potato’s and lettuce. Additionally, there is an orchard offering a variety of apple trees which during our visit had a very healthy crop of apples! Not to mention the cherry, plum and damson orchard too. Local wildlife is flourishing thanks to considered approach to gardening, with many areas of rewilding. The owners have spotted many rare butterflies, interesting beetles in their “Beetle Bank” as well as numerous birds that not only use the land to eat, but also nest.
Helping all this wildlife, is the young woodland to the rear of the property that the current owners created themselves only 15 years ago, along with a large pond and careful management of the land. The gardens are also complimented by 3 separate, gravelled patio’s, all of which are perfect relaxing spots to watch the sun set with a nice glass of wine or panad.
The property sits in approximately 3 acres with the option to purchase an additional field which is around 1.3 acres, taking the total acreage available to 4.3 acres. The additional field, some 1.3 acres, is available by separate negotiation. Bordering the right-hand side of the property is a small and charming stream.
Finally, an extensive gravel driveway, providing plenty of off-road parking space for several cars sits to the side of the properties.
Exit the A55 at junction 3 for Valley. Follow the signposts for Valley, exiting the roundabouts. At the traffic lights turn right, following the A5025 through Llanfachraeth, past Llanfaethlu. Keeping on the A5025 through Llanrhyddlad with the church on your left, you'll go through a section of chicanes before the road rises to a cross roads. Turn left sign posted for Llanfairynghornwy. After 0.6 of a mile you'll pass a right-hand turn, continue on for a short distance taking the next left. You have arrived, Ty'n Y Coed will be the first house on your left.
1.88m x 1.07m (6'2" x 3'6")
1.88m x 0.90m (6'2" x 2'11")
3.46m x 1.88m (11'4" x 6'2")
5.42m x 3.29m (17'9" x 10'10")
not into bay
4.70m x 2.03m (15'5" x 6'8")
4.65m x 3.74m (15'3" x 12'3")
5.13m x 3.93m (16'10" x 12'11")
5.12m x 3.93m (16'10" x 12'11")
3.67m x 2.98m (12'0" x 9'9")
4.68m x 2.07m (15'4" x 6'9")
3.39m x 2.11m (11'1" x 6'11")
3.87m x 2.66m (12'8" x 8'9")
6.05m x 4.33m (19'10" x 14'2")
6.17m x 4.36m (20'3" x 14'4")
L-shaped room, max dimensions
3.13m x 1.58m (10'3" x 5'2")
L-shaped room, max dimensions
4.47m x 3.50m (14'8" x 11'6")
Open Sided Shed #1
8.80m x 5.13m (28'10" x 16'10")
approx internal measurements
Open Sided Shed #2
5.14m x 4.08m (16'10" x 13'5")
approx internal measurements
The property is council tax band E.
We are informed by the seller this property benefits from Mains Water, Electricity and Private Drainage.