This is an almost unique opportunity to acquire a property which is surrounded on 360 degrees with its own land of approximately 10 acres, the views then are 360 degrees with easy sight of Garnedd-goch, Bwlch Mawr and Moel Hebog. In all the view stretch into Snowdonia and out to sea.
There are two residential properties on the site, a three-bedroom detached cottage and a two-bedroom detached cottage. Both in keeping with properties in the area being of stone construction. The outbuildings include an agricultural barn with rooms, a stable block, a loose box and the icing on the cake an external toilet and washroom block.
The land boasts several paddocks and fields which overall are all supplied with natural water and the land is in exceptionally good condition.
It would be possible to go on and on about the features of this site but it's well worth putting aside an hour or so of your time and coming and having a look.
Originally the barns for Ynys Yr Arch and converted by the present owners to provide a spacious self-contained three-bedroom property, double glazed and centrally heated.
Kitchen/Diner - 5.5m x 3.4. Range of timber look base and wall units with ample worktops. Stainless steel sink unit. Tiled splashback. 2 Radiators. Sunken spotlights Electric cooker point. Tiled floor. Triple aspect windows.
Utility/Rear Entrance. – Tiled floor. Radiator.
Cloakroom - Low level WC, wash hand basin and Xpelair. Tiled floor.
Lounge - 5.3m x 4.7m
Inglenook fireplace with inset wood fired cast iron stove. Stone hearth. Coving. Front entrance.
Inner hallway/Office space - 3m x 3.1m Radiator
Bedroom 1 - 5.2m x 3.9m 2 Radiators and En-suite Bathroom - with panelled bath with shower and screen, low level WC, wash hand basin with cupboard under. Radiator.
First floor - Landing
Bathroom - Panelled bath, pedestal wash hand basin and low level WC. Fully tiled. Radiator.
Bedroom 2 - 5.4m x 4.6m Two radiators. 2 Velux type windows.
Bedroom 3 - 5.2m x 3.9m Two radiators. 2 Velux type windows and gable window with far reaching views towards the distant mountains.
Ynys yr Arch
Ynys yr Arch is the original farmhouse which is centuries old and full of character and charm and retains several original features and benefiting from having oil fired central heating.
Lounge - 4.8m x 3.7m with an impressive inglenook feature fireplace with a multi fuel cast iron fire and the original bread oven in situ.
Staircase up from the lounge to:-
Shower room - with shower cubicle and wash hand basin
Kitchen - Stainless steel sink unit and kitchen units.
Rear hallway leading to:-
One unisex disabled toilet and One changing / washroom
Large agricultural building comprising: -
classroom - 6m x 6m fitted out with kitchen units and ample worktops, storage room
undercover outdoor area hay loft - with capacity to store up to 350 small bales of hay.
Wooden loosebox - 12’ x 12’ suitable for 1 horse
Proving three good size stables with a yard in front – easy access to the paddocks.
The current owners run a social enterprise not for profit business in the outbuildings which has received lottery funding, whereby they offer support to the vulnerable in the community to boost mental health, develop practical skills and provide support for personal growth by using structured interaction with rescued farm animals. Should the new owners wish to carry on with this venture there is a guaranteed income from the lottery funding until September. There is ample opportunity to develop this business even further should you so wish to.
Council tax band D