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Elim, Llanddeusant, Holyhead, Anglesey, LL65 4AH

SSTC
3 bedrooms
2 reception rooms
1 bathrooms

Key Features

  • Three Bedroom Detached Cottage
  • Study and Sunroom
  • Approx 5.25 acres of Land
  • Huge (19'6''x32'6'') Insulated and Heated Wooden Garden Building
  • Stunning Rural Setting with Countryside Views
  • Gated (20' x 12') Field Shelter
  • Underfloor Heating Throughout
  • Orchard and very private gardens
  • Close to Sandy Beaches
  • Short Drive to A55 Expressway

Cottage Council tax band: E Tenure: Freehold

Tyddyn Garol is a stone built, detached cottage with approx 5.25 acres and a number of buildings including a gated field-shelter, greenhouse and huge garden building, in a fabulous setting overlooking Anglesey and Snowdonia, 10 mins from the A55 expressway and just 5 miles from a sandy beach.The original house has been significantly extended and improved by the current owner to now offer a beautiful three bedroom detached property with study / fourth bedroom and sunroom. The property retains it's traditional character whilst incorporating the convenience and comfort of full underfloor heating and double glazing throughout.

Peaceful gardens bounded by mature trees surround the house and include patio areas, lawns and flower beds and a pond with stone waterfall.

The property is ideal for those looking to keep horses or livestock. Ample parking and turning space for several vehicles.

Ground Floor

Open-sided covered Porch with yorkstone floor; half glazed door to utility and solid wood door to Kitchen.

Kitchen/Diner  4.65m (15'3") x 3.76m (12'4")
Three double glazed windows to the garden and skylight. Fitted with a matching range of solid wood base and eye level units with worktop space over. One and a half bowl ceramic sink unit with mixer tap. Integrated fridge freezer and dishwasher. Range cooker with extractor hood over. Pitched roof and exposed beams. Large opening to:

Sun Room  3.20m (10’6”) x 3.10m (10’ 4”)
Double glazed windows to three sides sitting on dwarf wall with 15” deep windowsills. Double glazed door to front garden. Pitched roof and exposed beams.

Lounge  6.74m (22'1") x 5.59m (18'4")
Two double glazed windows and half glazed door to garden. Inglenook fireplace inset with a multifuel burner. Pitched roof and exposed beams.

Study/Bedroom 4  4.52m (14'10") x 2.11m (6'11")  
Double glazed door to garden. Double glazed window to the side and double glazed skylight.

Hall 
Full height double-glazed windows and door to patio.

Bedroom 1  4.88m (16') max x 3.07m (10'1")
Double glazed bay window with integral seating and storage. Double glazed window to rear overlooking trees and fields.

Bedroom 2  3.61m (11'10") x 3.07m (10'1")
Dual aspect double glazed windows to garden.

Bedroom 3  3.07m (10'1") x 2.87m (9'5")
Double glazed window to fields.

Bathroom 
Double glazed window. White low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, bath and separate tiled shower cubicle. Heated towel rail.

Utility  2.03m (6'8") x 1.99m (6'6")
Entrance door from the covered porch. Double glazed skylight. Plumbing for washing machine. WC  White low level WC and pedestal wash hand basin, heated towel rail.

External
The property is within the hamlet of Elim and sits within its land, approached from the road via a private drive. In total there is approx 5.25 acres of land comprising 5 paddocks separated by mature hedges; an orchard, gardens and lawns. The property is approached from the hamlet via a 5 bar gate and driveway which passes one of the paddocks and the orchard with (24’x 8’) Robinsons greenhouse and large (15’ x 9’) garden shed with outside tap. There are gardens and lawns to both front and back of the property and a large pond with waterfall.

To the front of the house there is a (19’6” x 32’6”) fully insulated and double glazed garden building with full width covered porch and 22’ x 20’ deck. The building has a laminated wood floor, halogen down-lighters, heating and power installed and water supply adjacent.

The c1/3rd acre orchard has a mix of apple, cherry, pear and plum trees and is bounded by a wall and mature hedge.

The 5 paddocks are all bounded by mature hedges (the largest is also bounded by approx 300m of the Afon (River) Alaw) and there is a large, gated (20’ x 12’) field shelter with water supply and solar light.

Directions
Tyddyn Garol is approximately 10 minutes drive from the A55 North Wales Expressway. Exit the A55 at junction 5 towards Llanerchymedd (opposite way from Rhosneigr). At roundabout take last exit over A55 then straight over second roundabout. After 200 yards to crossroads with A5 cross straight over. Follow the road for about 10 mins to Trefor. At the crossroads in the middle of the hamlet turn left. Just about 200 yards to the bottom of the hill take a right turn signed towards windmill and fishing lake, past a white house. Follow this road to a T junction with a very large house and empty farm buildings opposite. Turn right there and again follow the road without turning off. Eventually you will go over a humpbacked bridge over the river and up into a hamlet (Elim). Go slow, up the hill past the white cottages on the right then you will see an entrance on the right opposite a yellow house. 

 

Agents note: The vendor advises that that superfast broadband will be available at this property in Summer 2016

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