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Here are two very different properties for sale, with huge potential and character:
Plas Huan, Rhoscolyn
With spectacular views both southwards towards Borthwen beach and northwards to Trearddur Bay & Holyhead Mountain, this semi-detached dwelling (the white painted half, nearest to the Lookout) is at the end of a private road in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Previously part of the Plas estate, Plas Huan would provide either a comfortable permanent residence or a holiday home, with the opportunity of letting out to bring in a useful income.
With electric night storage heating and double glazing the property has been well maintained and has plenty of character with exposed ceiling timbers, wood burner, bathroom with a separate wc, and four double/twin bedrooms.
Plas Huan is on sale for £425,000 through Jackson-Stops & Staff – contact Director, Nick Wythenshawe at 01244328361; firstname.lastname@example.org.
Or visit website: jackson-stops.co.uk.
Tythe barn with planning permission
A rare opportunity to create an individual residential property from a stunning Grade II listed former tythe barn, occupying a rural location in Llangristiolus, Bodorgan, with views to Snowdonia:
The barn has planning permission to convert into a three bedroom dwelling; it has Listed Building consent with architect’s drawings and detailed supporting documentation relating to service installations, general design and building materials.
The barn occupies a peaceful location in a particularly scenic and unspoilt part of the island but convenient for the county town of Llangefni, Menai Bridge situated on land that was formally part of the Henblas estate which was built for Henry Morgan and his wife Elizabeth in 1731, as can still just be made out on the date stone over the east doorway.
There is an additional building to the south of the barn which was previously a cottage and offers potential for further development subject to obtaining any necessary consents. The whole site extends to approximately two acres.
An entry for the barn on the Statutory List of Buildings of Special Architectural or Historical Interest refers to the barn as “an excellent example of an early C18 threshing barn, the largest such building on Anglesey.”
The property is on sale through Jackson-Stops & Staff – contact Director, Nick Wythenshawe at 01244328361; email@example.com. Or visit website: jackson-stops.co.uk.
Note: viewers entering the property should not go within 3m of either of the buildings. Entry into the buildings is strictly forbidden unless by prior arrangement with the agent. Appropriate personal protective equipment and supervision will be provided. The vendors and their agent accept no liability whatsoever for any damage or injury caused by entry to the property.
If you would like an aerial photograph of your house, John Davies is your man.
You can contact him on 07799 667 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
(he is also a good window cleaner!)