Carreglefn, Isle of Anglesey
Offers over £60,000
Llangefni, Anglesey: 01248 72 33 22
Offering excellent value for money and the advantage no chain - worth a look! A modernised well-presented End Terrace House set within the rural hamlet of Carreglefn, situated approximately 3½ miles from picturesque coastal village of Cemaes Bay. uPVC double glazing and electric heating.
An attractive and well-presented End Terrace House set within the rural hamlet of Carreglefn, situated towards the north side of the Isle of Anglesey, being approximately 3½ miles from the picturesque and celebrated coastal village of Cemaes Bay and 5½ miles from the historic town of Amlwch. The interior is modernised and presented as a blank canvas for any prospective purchaser to stamp their own mark. On a clear day there are fine distant views to be enjoyed towards the Snowdonia mountain range on the mainland. This is most certainly an excellent first time buy or investment or could even be an ideal second home, somewhere to get away from it all and enjoy the Anglesey countryside. There's also the definite advantage of NO CHAIN. Benefiting from uPVC double glazing (the circular window to the landing is single glazed) and modern energy efficient electric heating and state of the art storage heater with Economy 7. We have also been informed that the property has undergone additional internal wall insulation downstairs. The accommodation briefly comprises: Lounge, Kitchen, Landing, 2 Bedrooms and Shower Room.
LOCATION Carreglefn is a small rural village situated towards the northern edge of Anglesey, positioned just a short distance from the village of Llanfechell, a rural community surrounded by farmland and open countryside and within easy reach of the coastal village of Cemaes Bay. The village offers a primary school whilst a community café/shop and further primary school are available in Llanfechell with wider range of goods, amenities and services available in Cemaes Bay. Cemaes Bay has a fine sandy beach and an interesting sheltered harbour located in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and a section of recognized Heritage coastline. This vibrant village, which has pubs and restaurants, also includes a highly rated primary school. There is a popular golf course nearby in Bull Bay, and access to Anglesey's coastal path, ideal for walking with over 120 miles of coastline to be enjoyed. The A55 is approximately 12 miles distant with the larger sea port town of Holyhead just beyond, offering a vast array of amenities as well as a mainline railway station and marina facilities.
LOUNGE 10' 10" x 9' 6" (3.32m x 2.90m)
KITCHEN 12' 4" x 5' 3" (3.76m x 1.62m max)
BEDROOM 1 7' 1" x 9' 8" (2.16m x 2.95m)
BEDROOM 2 7' 4" x 6' 1" (2.25m x 1.87m)
SHOWER ROOM 5' 4" x 6' 1" (1.63m x 1.86m)