Upvc double glazed door into the -
25' 8'' x 15' 10'' (7.82m x 4.82m)
An impressive open plan triple aspect room, character high apex ceiling with exposed timber A-frames and purlins. Upvc double glazed windows front, side and rear aspect (rear distant sea/mountain views). 'Velux' window, double doors to the dining conservatory. Upvc double glazed rear outer door. Ceiling down lighting, feature multi-fuel stove on a raised tiled hearth, Indian slate flooring, 'Schreiber' luxury kitchen with an excellent range of white kitchen units with 'soft close' doors/drawers, attractive island unit, granite effect work surfacing, 'Belling' 4 ring halogen touch control hob, double bowl stainless steel sink unit with a mixer tap, 'Hotpoint' built-in double fan assisted oven/grill. Space and plumbing for a dishwasher and washing machine, TV point, telephone point, 2 radiators.
Double doors from the Kitchen/living room through to -
14' 0'' x 7' 8'' (4.26m x 2.34m)
Upvc double glazed windows to three sides, Upvc double glazed outer door, Indian slate flooring, radiator, spot lighting.
Square arch from the Kitchen/Living Room to the -
Frosted glass Upvc double glazed window (side aspect), oak effect laminate flooring, electric consumer unit. Boiler cupboard - Upvc double glazed window (side aspect), quarry tiled flooring, shelving, 'Heatslave 15/19 Worcester' oil fired boiler (serves the hot water and central heating).
11' 11'' x 11' 11'' (3.63m x 3.63m) Not measured into the bay window.
Upvc double glazed bay window (front aspect), oak effect laminate flooring, range of quality built-in wardrobes, radiator, TV point, ceiling spot lights, door to the -
Upvc double glazed window (side aspect), white suite comprising: walk-in shower with a plumbed-in shower unit and a glazed shower screen, wash hand basin, low flush WC, tiled flooring, towel rail, ceiling downlighters and extractor/light.
11' 11'' x 10' 10'' (3.63m x 3.30m)
Oak effect laminate flooring, radiator, TV point, double doors (side aspect) opening to:
22' 4'' x 13' 3'' (6.80m x 4.04m)
An impressive space with Upvc double doors opening to the garden, Upvc double glazed windows to three sides, glazed apex roof, tiled flooring, wiring/plumbing in situ for a Hot Tub.
Double aspect with frosted glass Upvc double glazed windows (side and rear aspect), modern suite comprising: panelled bath with a tiled splash back, pedestal wash hand basin, low flush WC, double shower cubicle with a 'Triton' shower and a glazed shower screen. Tiled flooring, ladder style heated towel rail, mirror.
The property is set in a generous plot - approximately 47 metres wide by 29 metres in depth. The gardens are a particularly nice feature of this property being mainly laid to lawn with a wide variety of mature shrubs/trees, flower borders and interesting seating areas (strategically positioned to take full advantage of the sunlight at various times of the day). There is a single side gate, log stores, a water tap and a screened 1300 Litre modern plastic oil tank.
Access via attractive timber gates to a gravelled parking area providing private off road parking for up to 3 vehicles.
15' 7'' x 7' 9'' (4.75m x 2.36m)
Detached and of timber construction with an apex roof and double timber doors, further single side door, work bench, power and light. An ideal storage space for garden equipment/tools. Please note that there is ample room to construct a detached garage if so required.
FREEHOLD - Vendor's solicitor to verify.
We have been advised - Mains Water, Electricity and Drainage. Heating: Oil fired central heating. BT point.
Isle of Anglesey County Council - Band D
Located on the beautiful east coast of Anglesey in North Wales, Moelfre is a picturesque former fishing village with a long maritime history - The active Lifeboat Station and Moelfre Sea Watch Centre attract many visitors every year. Moelfre is also on the famous Anglesey Coastal Path. The village amenities include a Primary School/Community centre, a General store, Cafes, a Gift shop, Restaurants, Public house, Fish & Chip Shop and a Chapel. The main A5025 is within easy reach and the nearest mainline railway stations in Llanfairpwllgwyngyll and Bangor can be reached in under half an hour on the bus service that runs through the village. Menai Bridge and A55 (11 Miles), Bangor and Mainline station (13 Miles), Holyhead and Port (25 Miles), Chester and Motorway network (75 Miles).
Heading north east on the A5025, from Benllech, continue for approximately 2.3 miles to a roundabout (signposted Moelfre), take the right turning and continue down the hill into the village. Proceed around the bay and up the hill passing the Sea Watch Centre on your right. Continue around the left bend and 'Cranford' is located on the left hand side (opposite the right entrance to Porth Yr Ynys). See the timber double gates that open to the private parking area.
Please note that for those who are interested in purchasing 'Cranford' as a second home or holiday Investment property, our clients will consider selling the contents via separate negotiation.