This characterful house is situated in a popular yet elegant area, surrounded by open countryside and within easy reach of the village high street, schools and leisure centre. Boasting a wealth of features including solid external doors, gas fire in lounge together with double glazing and oil central heating to radiators, the property has superior views from almost every window.
Approached via a large driveway that has ample parking for a number of vehicles, the accommodation itself comprises an entrance hall, formal lounge, dining hall that leads to a very bright conservatory, kitchen/breakfast room. Upstairs there are two double bedrooms, an office that can be used as a third bedroom, and family bathroom.
Outside there is are lovely secluded rear, side and front gardens, with a large driveway and a detached single garage.
This is a must view home which would be a excellent home for the more discerning purchaser.
Amlwch is a small village on the North East tip of the Island of Anglesey off the North Wales coast.
In the 18th & 19th century the copper mines on parys mountain were the largest in the world, with copper being exported to many countries from the small harbour at Amlwch port.
The need to export the ore resulted in the development of the port from a small fishing harbour to a location for the repair and eventual building of new ships.
This in turn resulted in the growth of smaller industries in the area and the migration of people to and from the area.
Even thought the mine and ship building industry is past it's peak the legacy maritime and chemical industry continues to survive in the area.
A welcoming approach to the accommodation with storage cupboard, and doors to:
Kitchen / Breakfast
28'3 x 14' This sizeable room has been fitted with a range of coloured high gloss wall tiles and base units with formica quartz working surfaces, inset ceramic 11/2 bowl sink with chrome mixer taps. There is a range style cooker with extractor fan above, space for an integrated dishwasher and for fridge freezer. A bay window overlooking the garden and another bay window looking outward as you wash the dishes, radiator, rear stable door to the garden:
28'10 x 13'10 Decorated in soft tones with bay window to the front and rear of the property, fireplace with polished cast iron arched insert, radiators, plate rail and phone and TV aerial sockets.
12' x 10' The Heart and Core of the house where stairs are located to the spacious first floor landing area above, this hallway is also used as a dining hall with double glazed French doors to the rear which leads you into a light conservatory which is used as a sitting room / reading room, this room offers ample space for formal dining and could also be used as a playroom
13' x 10' Polycarbonate roof, glazed to three sides, single door opening onto the rear garden, which enjoys the stunning direct views of your own private space
First Floor Landing
With attractive timber balustrade and window to the front and doors to:
28'11 x 13'10 A generous size master bedroom overlooking both sides of the property with double bay windows front and rear.
15'6 x 14' Another double room with bay window to the front with radiator and built in wardrobes.
10' x 6'5 Currently used as a office, with built in shelving and views over the open countryside.
The Bathroom is split into two rooms, the family bathroom is fitted with a luxury suite comprising a superior bath, pedestal wash hand basin and a shower cubicle with folding door.
Within The Bathroom area is a separate room which occupies the low level WC.
Rear Garden - With a depth of flowers and colour, this lovely secluded rear garden has been cared for to a high degree, the rear of the property as you can see is well stocked with shrub and perennial borders. There is a multitude of vegetable and fruit beds as well as a greenhouse bursting with tomatoes!
Front Garden - Mainly laid to lawn with shrub borders, with path and wall to boundary with gate.
Garage & Driveway - Single detached garage with up and over door. There is plenty of space to park a number of vehicles and also turn the car around as well in your own secure gate space.
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