Penmynydd Farm offers a beautiful family home with private gardens, an income stream from an established holiday cottage and caravan business with scope to expand into the extensive outbuildings, and surrounding acreage.
Penmynydd Farmhouse EPC Rating E The main farmhouse, Georgian in style, has extensive accommodation over two floors, superbly maintained, with an abundance of original features. With both formal and day-to-day entrances to the house, the accommodation is flexible for both family life and entertaining. There is a private drive to the farmhouse and an additional drive to the courtyard between the house, cottages and outbuildings. The courtyard provides two rear entrances into the farmhouse: a porch directly into the kitchen, and a door into a tiled corridor leading to the large laundry room, utility room, cloakroom and on into the kitchen. The fully fitted kitchen further connects to an additional storage room and cloakroom, providing access to the terrace, gardens and driveway.
Continuing on from the kitchen, there is direct access into the large sitting room overlooking the courtyard, with a beautiful wood burner, and generous dining room with working open fireplace. Adjoining the sitting room is a study and gym room. Adjacent to the study is a cosy drawing room, with wood burner, overlooking the formal gardens. Both the family room and gym connect to the spacious timber framed conservatory, with tiled floor and double doors out into the stone walled aspect of the gardens.
Situated between the family room and dining room is the formal entrance hall with porch access from the private driveway. The stairs up to the first floor and the landing (which runs the full depth of the house), providing direct access to five double bedrooms, the family bathroom and the corridor leading to the single bedroom and games room. The principal bedroom sits at the front of the property and benefits from fitted wardrobes and an en-suite shower room. Two of the guest double bedrooms also enjoy en-suite bathrooms. The large games room comes with fitted bar and a balcony with steps down to the courtyard. Many of the rooms have large double glazed sash windows, ensuring this property benefits from natural light throughout.
Bryn Lon Mawr EPC Rating E A delightful and well-presented property, Bryn Lon Mawr offers holiday guests an immaculate residence with rustic style. A stone barn conversion, the property is designed to cater either for 10 people across five bedrooms, or can divide into two cottages of a three bedroom (Bryn Lon EPC Rating E) and two bedroom (Bryn Lon Bach EPC Rating D).
The architecturally alternative design of 'upside down' properties, both cottages offer first floor open plan living and dining areas, with wood burning stoves, wooden floors and vaulted cross beam ceilings. The carpeted bedrooms on the ground floor, both with modern shower rooms, and access to the gardens, offer the perfect holiday retreat on the island of Anglesey. Both cottages can enjoy a private lawned garden with seating areas, and views of the countryside beyond.