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Beach Road, Llanddona Beach, Nr. Beaumaris, LL58

Guide price £900,000

New instruction

5 Beds 2 Baths 2 Receptions

REF: CHR240049


AN EXCITING OPPORTUNITY TO ACQUIRE A DETACHED PROPERTY WITH TREMENDOUS POTENTIAL, REQUIRING A SCHEME OF MODERNISATION, OCCUPYING A STUNNING COASTAL LOCATION. ACCOMMODATION IN BRIEF - Hallway - Downstairs w.c. - Kitchen with Breakfast Area - Sitting Room - Living Room - Snug - Rear Kitchen - 5 Bedrooms (1 en-suite) - Family Bathroom OUTSIDE - Lawned Gardens to side and rear - Parking Area - Patio - Polytunnel & Large Outbuilding/Boat Store - Paddock Land - In all about 3.44 acres (1.39 ha) LOCATION Tywyn occupies a private, tranquil location within the small hamlet of Llanddona Beach, accessed off the beach road and enjoying spectacular views across Red Wharf Bay. Llanddona and Llangoed villages are 1 and 3 miles distant respectively, with local convenience store and pub, while a comprehensive range of services is available in Beaumaris and Menai Bridge with a selection of pubs, restaurants, shops and hotels. There is a choice of supermarkets available on the edge of Bangor and a Waitrose in Menai Bridge. On the recreational front Anglesey is renowned for its scenic coastline with numerous sandy beaches and miles of walking inland and along the coastal path. From the property access is gained onto Llanddona Beach which links to Red Wharf Bay which, at low tide, provides miles of lovely sandy walks. For those interested in sailing and boating the waters around Anglesey provide impressive cruising with its interesting coastline, and there are several sailing clubs on the island notably the Royal Anglesey Yacht Club in the popular town of Beaumaris, with marinas at Holyhead and Deganwy on the mainland. There are golf courses at Bull Bay, Beaumaris and Holyhead, several shoots including at nearby Llys Dulas, motor racing at Ty Croes, lake fishing at Llyn Alaw and for the equestrian enthusiast, good hacking out nearby. COMMUNICATIONS The area benefits from good road communications being a short distance to the A5025 Anglesey ring road which links with the A55 expressway facilitating access across the North Wales coast to Cheshire and linking with the national motorway network. For travel further afield there is a direct Inter-City rail service from Bangor to London Euston via Chester and Crewe, and Liverpool and Manchester are served with international airports. DESCRIPTION Tywyn is a detached property of predominantly single storey, constructed of stone beneath a slate and part felt roof, having the benefit of oil fired central heating, courtesy of two separate boilers. The layout of the property is well suited for those seeking both a permanent dwelling and also a second home, including multi-generationally living with two separate kitchens, living spaces and bedrooms meaning that the property can be easily occupied as two self contained units. It does however require a comprehensive scheme of modernisation to meet with modern standards. Against the south western elevation a door leads into the side hall which has a tiled floor and door to shower room, having part tiled walls, low flush w.c., pedestal hand basin and tiled shower cubicle. Off the hall is the kitchen and breakfast area with tiled floor, fitted wall and base units containing dual stainless sink unit with drainer, plumbing for washing machine & tumble dryer, twin electric oven and Logra 5 ring gas hob. Off the kitchen are bedrooms 3 & 4, both being double rooms and the former having built-in wardrobes and en-suite. The en-suite contains a panelled bath with shower attachment, pedestal hand basin and low flush w.c. From the kitchen there is a step down and door through to the original sitting room, which has an impressive stone fireplace, part vaulted ceiling and exposed timbers throughout. Within the sitting room a turned wood staircase leads to bedroom 5 which is a large single bedroom with velux, vaulted ceiling and exposed beam. The room would also be well suited as a study, particularly with the aspect to the front, over the water. Beyond the sitting room accessed is gained to the snug and living room. The snug overlooks the rear garden and has an exposed stone painted wall, originally being the external gable end to the cottage. The living room has dual aspect and external door to the front patio. Off the living room is the family bathroom and rear kitchen. The bathroom has tiled walls and floor, low flush w.c., pedestal hand basin and tiled shower cubicle with Mira fittings. The rear kitchen has a tiled floor, fitted wall and base units, stainless steel sink unit with draioner, Baymatic gas hob with oven and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer. To the far end of the kitchen are two further bedrooms which are both doubles and have the benefit of built-in wardrobes. OUTSIDE The gardens and grounds of Twywn extend to 3.44 acres (1.39 ha) and divided into 3 principal parts. From the lane, a splayed entrance with stone wall opens onto the drive which is gravelled and leads to the house against which here is ample parking for vehicles, boats and trailers. To ither side of the drive is a lawned area, enclosed by mature hedging and/or post nd rail fencing. To the northeast of the drive is a separate 5 bar gate providing access onto the lane. To the front of the house is a patio area overlooking the front garden and the bay, to the side of which is a further patio area which also provides access to the rear garden which is predominately laid to lawn with a low stone wall and walkway against the perimeter of the house. To the other side of the house is a further patio area and timber framed pergola area which provides for a sheltered seating area. Beyond the house, and accessed via a field gate, is a polytunnel and outbuilding. The outbuilding is constructed of block with c/a roof (60'0" x 30'0" approx.) and is ideal for storage, garaging, workshop and/or as a boat store. To the north & east of the garden are 3 interconnecting paddocks which are stockproof with mature hedging and/or post and rail fencing. DEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL Due to the nature of the dwelling and its immediate surrounds the site offers an interesting development opportunity. Naturally, the re-development of the site is subject to the availability of planning permission but there is certainly the scope to either modernise and extend the existing building or potentially for a replacement dwelling, perhaps being larger than as existing to take full advantage of the exceptional site and location. Further, by reference to the extent of the site and several different access points to the lane, there may be scope for a greater density of development, subject to the availability of planning permission. NB: It should be noted that the owner has enjoyed unrestricted use of the beach and slipway on the opposite side of the lane to the Mean High Water Mark for the duration of their tenure, extending over 40 years. The vendor will support an application by a buyer for this area to form part of Tywyn if required and indeed practicable. what3words: