Array of amenities available in Benllech village centre
Close to award winning beach giving access to the Anglesey Coast Path
Large level driveway suitable for parking of up to five cars and large front lawn
Fabulous view at the rear over open rolling countryside
Situated near to main bus routes
Oil fired central heating system and UPVC double glazing. Well maintained throughout
Only 8 miles from the bridges linking to the mainland
Timber shed in the rear garden
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A fabulous opportunity to purchase a three bedroom detached house with integral garage in the highly desirable Tyn-y-Gongl area of Benllech village. Aptly named "Green Oasis" this sanctuary by the sea truly has it all. There are fine well maintained gardens and the back of the property offers panoramic views over open rolling countryside giving a superb backdrop that is ever changing through the seasons. This offers an unrivalled peaceful and tranquil setting. The property is only one of ten similar executive style properties built in 1970 as part of the exclusive Llain Wen development forming a quiet close, set back from the main road.
Tyn-y-Gongl is elevated, up from the main hustle and bustle of the village centre yet within easy reach (1/2 mile) of the good range of amenities on offer. The increasingly popular Benllech village offers a new Co-Op and Tesco Express, a new large doctors surgery, library, community centre, primary school, public houses, restaurants and cafes.
Also close by is the golden sand beach of Benllech Bay stretching for miles over to Red Wharf Bay. The beach holds a European Blue Flag award, which represents a stunning clean beach with excellent water quality. The beach is close to the Anglesey Coastal Path, giving walkers the opportunity to explore some of the best coastline in Wales.
Benllech is within easy reach of the main towns of Anglesey such as the market town of Llangefni and Beaumaris with its picturesque castle. It is eight miles to the two bridges linking the island to the mainland and connection to the A55 stretching all across the North Wales coast to Llandudno and the historic Roman walled city of Chester.
The property represents an ideal family home, excellent investment opportunity or as an entrance into the lucrative holiday letting market. Updated over fifteen years by the present owner the property has upgraded electrics, a modern kitchen and bathroom, an oil fired central heating system featuring a Worcester Greenstar boiler, double glazing throughout and wooden or tiled floors to the whole ground floor.
Central heating with two radiators in the living room and one in every other room with a radiator and towel warmer in the bathroom.
Lounge/Diner (5.9 x 4.18m)
Light and spacious reception room with feature fireplace and ample space for soft furnishings and a family dining table.
Kitchen (3.94 x 2.7m)
White kitchen wall and floor units with built-in hob and oven and space for appliances.
Door to garage and boiler room.
Bedroom 1 (4.06 x 2.95m)
Spacious double bedroom.
Bedroom 2 (2.95 x 2.82m)
Double bedroom with large picture window.
Bedroom 3 (3.23 x 2.79m)
Large single bedroom.
White bathroom suite comprising bath, separate shower cubicle, w/c and basin.
The decor and soft furnishings suggest a light bright and airy feel.
At the front of the property there is a larger than average gated tarmac drive extended to one side to accommodate up to five cars safely and securely. Adjacent there is a large lawned area which could be converted to a hard standing to provide additional parking and storage.
There is plenty of scope for further development of the property itself subject to requisite planning approval.
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