- Late 19th century double fronted detached country residence
- Includes an annexe utilised as holiday let accommodation
- Stands in some 6 Acres of land perfect for equestrian needs
- Purpose built stabling with three stalls, store and tack room
- Range of outbuildings ripe for conversion (subject to planning)
- Generously proportioned accommodation sympathetically modernised
- Oil fired central heating and double glazing to both dwellings
- Surrounded by countryside and close to the coast and beaches
- Bordering an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
- A fine residence with much versatility and options to grow
Tyddyn Llwyd, a 4 Bedroom Farm House accompnaied by a separate 3 Bedroom Annexe Cottage, is situated in a most idyllic and picturesque rural setting location toward the northern coastline of Anglesey, standing in some 6 Acres and offering a splendid lifestyle that cannot be overstated and also perfect for equestrian purposes. The separate annexe has been run as a successful holiday or could be equally suitable for extended family use. There’s even scope for further development.
Bordering an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and just 1 mile from the coast - as the crow flies mind, it’s a little bit further on foot or by car of course! - the beautiful and diverse scenery rages from rolling farmland that gives way to sandy beaches, hidden coves to plunging clifftops- this part of Anglesey has got it all. This is somewhere you can enjoy a slower pace of life too where your nearest neighbours are most likely to be the woolly kind (sheep and cattle) and yet amenities are not too far away with an excellent choice located at Valley and the main port town of Holyhead, to include marina facilities.
So what can we tell you about the property? Well, this is a beautiful double fronted residence believed to date from the late 19th century and therefore full of charm and character offering accommodation which is both generous and well-proportioned, perfect for busy family living with gardens and outdoor space to match. From the first floor there are tantalizing glimpses of the sea off Holy Island, whereby you can catch sight of ferries entering the port of Holyhead. The interior has been much improved in recent times, tastefully modernised in keeping with its origins with nice touches such as granite/quartz worktops to the principal kitchen and the oil fired Rayburn range looks rather fetching in bright red. There’s a room for all occasions, the dining room being a particularly attractive space with its inglenook fireplace housing a multi-fuel stove with direct access to a superb conservatory with its high glazed ceiling and pleasing southerly aspect. All bathroom facilities are fitted with clean modern suites. Both dwellings come fully double glazed and served by oil fired central heating (independent boilers).
The annexe, with attached garage adds to the versatility of Tyddyn Llwyd having been sympathetically modernised and is excellently presented throughout. This too offers much character with beamed ceilings, window seats and an impressive open fireplace yet has all the up-to-date facilities you would expect.
The annexe has been used as a holiday let, generating a healthy income and could continue in this capacity or be utilised for extended family. Attached to the annexe is a further outbuilding (currently used as a workshop) which has enormous conversion potential - subject to planning consents and approvals – which in turn expands the potential of Tyddyn Llwyd’s earning capacity for holiday accommodation.
Approached via a private lane which culminates in a spacious parking area, the gardens are well maintained and offer much interest through the seasons with trees, plants and shrubs of varying kinds to include an orchard. Situated opposite the main residence is purpose built stabling offering three stalls, store and tack room which can cater admirably for equestrian purposes. There are four individual paddocks, one of which is of a good size and particularly useful for schooling horses and the like whilst also offering opportunities for other livestock or cultivating edible crops depending on your ambitions and lifestyle.
From our Llangefni office, follow the A5114 southwards joining the A55 at junction 6 heading in the direction of Holyhead. Exit the A55 at junction 3 following signs for Valley. On reaching the traffic lights, turn right onto the A5025 towards Amlwch and proceed through Llanfachraeth turning left signposted for Llanfwrog. Keep on this road for approximately 2¼ miles, where you will find a lane on your right hand side with the place name.
Kitchen/Breakfast Room: 6.18m x 4.67m (20'3" x 15'4")
Lounge: 6.19m x 3.33m (20'4" x 10'11")
Dining Room: 3.76m x 3.73m (12'4" x 12'3")
Study: 3.81m x 3.27m (12'6" x 10'9")
Conservatory: 5.58m x 3.70m (18'4" x 12'2")
Utility Room: 4.34m x 1.77m (14'3" x 5'10")
Bedroom 1: 4.93m x 3.45m (16'2" x 11'4")
Bedroom 2: 3.50m x 2.86m (11'6" x 9'5")
Bedroom 3: 3.39m x 2.57m (11'1" x 8'5")
Bathroom: 2.85m x 2.55m (9'4" x 8'4")
Living Room: 3.84m x 3.69m (12'7" x 12'1")
Bedroom 4: 3.28m x 2.91m (10'9" x 9'7")
Garden Room: 3.20m x 3.20m (10'6" x 10'6")
Utility Room: 2.13m x 1.10m (7' x 3'7")
Garage: 6.20m x 3.20m (20'4" x 10'6")
Kitchen: 4.56m x 3.69m (15' x 12'1")
Sitting Room: 6.60m x 4.66m (21'8" x 15'3")
Bedroom 3: 4.57m x 2.79m (15' x 9'2")
Bedroom 1: 4.57m x 3.78m (15' x 12'5")
Bedroom 2: 4.56m x 2.82m (15' x 9'3")
Bathroom: 2.22m x 1.99m (7'3" x 6'6")
Room 1: 4.68m x 3.66m (15'4" x 12'0")
Room 2: 4.57m x 3.75m (15' x 12'4")
Store: 7.74m x 2.46m (25'5" x 8'1")
Potting Shed: 5.38m x 2.20m (17'8" x 7'3")