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Trefdraeth, Bodorgan, Anglesey, LL62

Guide price £825,000

New instruction

6 Beds 3 Baths 4 Receptions

REF: CHR240138


AN ATTRACTIVE FORMER FARMHOUSE PROVIDING SPACIOUS AND WELL APPOINTED ACCOMMODATION, OCCUPYING A PEACEFUL LOCATION WITH SUPERB VIEWS. ACCOMMODATION IN BRIEF - Conservatory - Hall - Dining Room - Sitting Room - Lounge - Snug/Bedroom 6 - Kitchen/Breakfast Room - Utility - Cloakroom with W.C. - 5 First floor Double Bedrooms - 3 Bath/Shower Rooms (1 En-suite) - Loft Room OUTSIDE - Extensive parking - Lawned gardens, orchard and paddock. - In all approximately 1.72 acres (0.7 ha) DESCRIPTION Fferam Bailey is believed to date from around 1750 having reputedly been built by a Sir Nicholas Bailey, the grandson of the first Marquis of Anglesey. It is constructed of stone with rendered elevations and some exposed stone quoins beneath a slate roof with high chimney stacks. Until the late 1990's Fferam Bailey was part of a working farm, but was sub-divided in around 2010 with the traditional buildings converted to independent dwellings one of which remains attached to the property. During the present owner's tenure, since around 2010, Fferam Bailey has been comprehensively upgraded and is currently used as a holiday letting property which generates a healthy income stream. It is however ideally proportioned to serve as a permanent dwelling or second home subject to any specific requirement. The interior is well appointed and provides spacious accommodation arranged predominantly over two floors along with a second floor loft room, currently used as a bedroom. The property has high ceilings, fireplaces with woodburners and well fitted kitchen and bathrooms. The kitchen incorporates a range of wall and floor units with cupboards and drawer beneath work surfaces, a range cooker, integrated dishwasher and American style fridge/freezer. The principal reception rooms and many of the bedrooms all have a lovely aspect across the gardens and the view towards Snowdonia, which, particularly on a clear day, is quite incredible. LOCATION Fferam Bailey occupies a rural location in the south of Anglesey, in a particularly unspoilt and scenic part of the island, well away from busy roads yet close to popular areas such as Rhosneigr and Newborough. It enjoys a private, slightly elevated position towards the end of a no through lane, surrounded by open countryside and with a lovely south easterly aspect and wonderful views across the adjoining fields and to the Snowdonia Range. The property is however extremely accessible being within 5 miles of the A55 expressway permitting easy access across coastal North Wales to Cheshire and linking with the national motorway network. For travel further afield there is a direct rail service from Bangor to London Euston and ferry service from Holyhead to Dun Laoghaire. On the recreational front there are numerous walks in the area, notably along the Anglesey Coastal Path and in Newborough Forest, the waters around Anglesey provide fantastic sailing, fishing and kayaking, there is wind and kitesurfing notably at Rhosneigr and Newborough motor racing at Ty Croes and several golf courses on the island. Local services are available in the nearby villages of Bethel, Malltraeth and Newborough, with a more comprehensive range of facilities in Rhosneigr, Beaumaris and Menai Bridge. OUTSIDE The property is approached through a stone pillared entrance and over a metalled drive which is initially also used by the small, quiet neighbouring development of barn conversions. A further gateway opens to parking areas to the side and rear of the house to accommodate several vehicles. The main lawn is to the rear and extends from a flagged terrace beside the house to a boundary wall and hedge with the neighbouring field. Attached to the side of the building is a garden store and boundary wall with mature shrubs and bushes. To the south is a further lawn with orchard, beyond which is a small paddock. This area offers useful amenity area as an extension to the garden, small pony paddock or for camping. Indeed, subject to the availability of any necessary consents, there may be scope for using this area to derive an income. To the front of the house is a stone and slated garage with up and over door, and rear courtesy door. Beyond and between the house and neighbouring property is a flagged courtyard and further stone store. Address: Fferam Bailey, Trefdraeth, Bodorgan, Anglesey, LL62 5ET. what3words: Services: Mains water and electricity. LPG central heating. Private tank drainage (3 septic tanks, 1 of which is shared). Broadband connection. Local Authority: Ynys Mon County Council. Tel: 01248 750057. The property currently qualifies for business rates. Rights of Way: The drive to Fferam Bailey is subject to rights of way for neighbouring properties. There are certain areas away from the house and driveway but which form part of the property, which neighbouring properties can use for parking.