As soon as the present owners saw this graceful property they knew it was going to be their perfect family home, with 3 reception rooms, 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. They were captivated by the elegantly proportioned rooms, stunning grounds, and its rural setting, surrounded by rolling farmland and distant mountains. It offered space, comfort and safety for a growing family but was convenient, only eight miles to Menai Bridge and ten to Bangor for good schools and a vibrant city. Built in the mid nineteenth century the property retains the attractive Victorian features of its time with high ceilings, generous windows that flood the house with light and a wide impressive staircase. These qualities blend seamlessly with the comforts of modern living and the renovated kitchen is the centre of daily family life. The lounge has magnificent views towards the mountains and with the wood burning stove makes a cosy winter retreat. The walled garden has been a great source of pleasure and there is an annual harvest of apples, plums and organically grown vegetables. Beyond the walled garden are child friendly lawns and a place to enjoy the myriad bird life and beyond that rolling countryside awash with sheep and perfect for a walk in the country or to the beach which is only a few miles from the property. This is the ideal home, offering a tranquil lifestyle and the present owners would like to build a carbon copy of Tre Anna but know they will have to suffice with many happy memories.
Travelling from the A5 at Llanfairpwll take the A4080 coastal road and continue through the village of Brynsiencyn (circa. 4 miles) and continue in the direction of Newbough / Aberffraw. After a further 2 miles or so; the entrance to Tre Anna is on the right hand side, turn right along the drive passing the lodge and continue straight ahead into the grounds.
With tiled floor and radiator set to side. Two sliding sash windows are offset to either corner framing views over the gravelled drive and gardens. Frosted glazed double doors lead to;
With mosaic tiled flooring and feature staircase with side panelling and carpets. Coved ceiling. Door leading off to side hall with;
Featuring low suite concealed system w.c, vanity wash hand basin and sash window to front.
15'1 (4.6m) maximum dimensions x 12'0 (3.66m) maximum dimensions. A particular feature of the room is the slate Adam style fireplace with moulded covings over, single and double radiator and a sliding sash window that overlooks the rear gravelled parking area and gardens. The hall opens out to an open plan lovely dining room.
19'9 (6.02m) maximum dimensions x 12'5 (3.78m). With oak woodstrip floor, double radiator set below sliding sash window that frames views over the gardens and trees towards the distant Snowdonia Mountain Range. An archway leads through to;
Impressive Fitted Kitchen Family Room
19'8 (5.99m) maximum dimensions x 16'11 (5.16m) minimum dimensions. Individually designed Martin Lloyd solid wood hand painted kitchen with uPVC double glazed windows set to side allowing all day sunshine to flow through. The kitchen has granite and hardwood work surfaces with a centre isle unit incorporating stainless steel NEF oven, cupboards and drawer unit. Oak woodstrip floor with hand painted beamed ceiling over and double doors leading out to;
18'0 (5.49m) maximum dimensions x 11'2 (3.4m) maximum dimensions. With tiled floor set to the side of the property overlooking the gardens and countryside. The conservatory ideally links to both the lounge and kitchen.
19'9 (6.02m) into bay x 17'0 (5.18m) maximum dimensions. With windows overlooking the front gardens towards the Snowdonia Mountains. Radiators providing background heat and Adam style fireplace with wood burner stove ideal for those cosy winter evenings.
Comprising low suite w.c, corner wash hand basin and tiled walls.
Rear Utility Area
With Valiant gas fired wall mounted boiler allowing the central heating to be zoned between individual rooms of the property.
11'3 (3.43m) x 11'1 (3.38m). With part tongue and groove clad walling and built in cupboards
archway leading through to;
With built in shelving and integral door to;
21'11 (6.68m) maximum dimensions x 20'10 (6.35m) maximum dimensions. Comfortably providing space with electric
Master bedroom 1 (Front)
19'7 (5.97m) into bay x 17'1 (5.21m) maximum dimensions. With windows overlooking the gardens and countryside towards the Snowdonia Mountain Range. A lovely room with double radiator, and archway with two steps leading down to;
Ensuite Shower Room
Recently refurbished providing his and hers bowl basins set upon an oak vanity drawer and cupboard unit. Good sized shower cubicle with tiled surround and built in five door bank of wardrobes with three being mirror doors.
14'2 (4.32m) maximum dimensions x 12'11 (3.94m). With windows to front and rear elevations.
With three piece suite, shower over bath and tiled walls.
16'11 (5.16m) x 10'4 (3.15m). Ideally having interconnecting doors from the family bathroom and the hall landing with widow set to side overlooking gardens and countryside.
19'9 (6.02m) x 12'1 (3.68m). Set to the rear of the property with the window again overlooking the side gardens and countryside.
Ensuite Shower Room
With three piece suite and walk in shower cubicle.
Sweeping gravelled drive leads up to this impressive period home.
Set to the side are enclosed gardens laid to lawn with mature trees and shrubs within natural stone walls.
There is a range of stone outbuildings down one side with slate roofs.
Also set to the side is a recently formed decking terrace.
The Managing Director at Williams & Goodwin The Property People, Melfyn N Williams is personally handling the sale of tre Anna. Should you wish to enquire further, discuss the property or arrange an inspection please telephone our Llangefni office on 01248 751000 or alternatively email Melfyn Williams on firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr Williams commented
"Tre Anna is arguably one of the finest Anglesey properties set in a wonderful location to the South of the Island on the edge of an area of outstanding natural beauty. It's spacious accommodation coupled with the countryside setting and formal gardens must be inspected to be truly appreciated. From the walled garden, to the useful outbuildings, the lovely decking area and the well appointed rooms Tre Anna could be your perfect country home in a convenient location"
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