The Old Rectory is an impressive 17th Grade II listed country house with some fascinating period architecture externally; inside are high plaster moulded ceilings, handsome fireplaces, panelled doors, sash windows and fine stained glass windows.
The layout works both for entertaining and family living .The four principal reception rooms are to be found off the staircase hall and the older part of the property contains the galleried kitchen which features an impressive vaulted ceiling. The first floor has two staircases and six bedrooms and four shower/bathrooms as well as a useful gallery room.
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Outside the land comes to around 15 acres and feature some very pretty woodland gardens planted with swathes of spring bulbs. Lawns surround the house with a mixture of floral and herbaceous borders, flowering trees and there is a hard tennis court. The remainder of the land is predominantly grazing and also contains an old coach house with adjoining stable and the remains of two further buildings which are ripe for restoration.
The Old Rectory enjoys a peaceful location in the north west of Anglesey on the edge of the rural hamlet of Llanfairynghornwy within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, in an unspoiled part of the island near several sandy beaches. The fishing village of Cemeas Bay is within three miles and offers local amenities for everyday needs. There are fast and direct train services from Holyhead (ten miles) or Bangor (25 miles) to London Euston via Crewe.
The guide price is £1,350,000. For further information please contact Jackson Stops & Staff on 01244 328361 or visit www.jackson-stops.co.uk.
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