Brynsiencyn, Llanfairpwllgwyngyll, Sir Ynys Mon, LL61

£800,000 - SALE

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Description

An attractive equestrian property on the Isle of Anglesey with delightful views over the Snowdonia and Carneddau mountain ranges.

Summary

A substantial 5 bedroom barn conversion, which has been renovated to the highest standard, set within approximately 18 acres and benefitting from a range of equestrian facilities comprised of stabling, paddocks and a modern indoor manége.

A range of traditional stone outbuildings provide scope for development subject to the usual planning consents.

For sale as a whole

Barn conversion, modern equestrian facilities and traditional stone outbuildings set in 18 acres of good quality paddocks.

Approximately 49 acres of high quality pasture land available by separate negotiaition.

Location

Llys Lew Farm is situated in a rural location in the popular South West corner of the Isle of Anglesey which benefits from stunning panoramic views over the Snowdon and Carneddau mountain ranges. The property benefits from ease of access to the renowned Anglesey coastline with its spectacular coastal walks, charming sandy bays and wealth of water sports.

Amenities

The nearby coastal town of Menai Bridge offers a range of facilities including a number of well-regarded restaurants and public houses, a Waitrose store and mixture of independent retailers. The University city of Bangor is also easily accessible and hosts a range of larger national retailers and supermarkets.

For travelling further afield, the North Wales coast is easily reached by way of the A55 North Wales Expressway which also provides links to the national motorway network. Manchester International Airport and Liverpool John Lennon Airport are within two hours and a direct train link from Bangor to London Euston takes approximately 3½ hours.

The Barn Conversion

The heart of the property is an attractive five-bedroom barn conversion which was fully renovated and completed in 2007 to provide a family home that combines traditional features with contemporary design.

The principal entrance leads to a large and airy entrance hall from which the rest of the ground floor may be easily accessed. The ground floor includes a large modern family kitchen with dining space and a characterful principal reception room, which provides spacious accommodation and benefits from countryside views. The ground floor is completed by a utility space, a bathroom and a sun lounge with access to the outside.

The first floor provides further spacious accommodation with five good sized bedrooms, one of which is en-suite, and a large family bathroom. The bedrooms benefit from far reaching views towards the Snowdon mountain range.

The property has clearly enjoyed being a loved family home for a number of years and is perfect for inside and outside living in a spectacular countryside location.

Buildings

The holding offers modern farm buildings developed as part of a successful equestrian enterprise as well as a range of traditional stone outbuildings that have been adapted for equestrian purposes.

These buildings specifically comprise:

1. An enclosed L shaped courtyard, which the current owners have converted to provide stabling for up to 12 horses, together with a feed store and tack room.

2. A block of traditional stone outbuildings to the front of the farmhouse with scope for alternative uses, subject to securing the required planning consents. We are informed that outline planning consent was granted previously for conversion into 5 holiday cottages, albeit this has now lapsed.

3. A stone barn which has been converted to provide further stabling. In addition to these are 2 small barns for winter housing, which benefit from an attached enclosed yard.

4. Further small stone outbuildings in and around the farmstead.

5. A large steel portal framed agricultural building which provides an indoor manége with a high quality sand, fibre and wax topped surface. There is an attached hay barn for storage of hay and equipment. The manége is 40m x 20m and the adjoining storage area amounts to 20m x 10m.

Land

The land extends to approximately 18 acres of paddock grazing land split into easily manageable enclosures. The land is predominantly well drained permanent pasture with internal and external boundaries being a mixture of hedgerows and post and wire fencing, all of which are stock proof.

Further land available by separate negotiation.

Method of Sale

The property is offered for sale as a whole by private treaty.

Tenure

The freehold of the property is offered for sale.

Basic Payment Scheme
No BPS Entitlements are for sale with the land.

Environmental Schemes
The land is not entered into any agri-environment scheme

Services
Mains water and 3 phase electricity, private drainage and oil fired central heating.
Ultra-fast fibre plus broadband has been installed.

Wayleaves Easements & Rights of Way
The property will be sold subject to and with the benefit of all wayleaves, easements and rights of way, whether mentioned in these particulars or not.

There are no public rights of way passing the property.

Health & Safety
Given the potential hazards of a rural property, we would ask you to be as vigilant as possible when making your inspection for your own personal safety.

Sporting Timber & Mineral Rights
All sporting timber and mineral rights are included in the freehold sale.

EPC Ratings
EPC rating: E (44)

Local Authorities
Anglesey County Council
www.anglesey.gov.uk

Viewings
Strictly by appointment through the selling agents Carter Jonas
T: 01248 360414

Date posted: 16/05/19