The Toll House, Caergeiliog, Anglesey, Gwynedd, LL65 3HW

vacant detached grade II listed former toll house with garage with additional land with development potential


The property fronts on to Holyhead Road (A5) which is in close proximity to the the junction with the North Wales Expressway (A55). Anglesey Airport is around 1 mile to the south and the popular seaside town of Trearddur Bay is approximately 2 miles to the west.


Detached grade II listed historic former toll house which dates back to the 1800's and has been converted into a two bedroom house with a single garage and gardens. The whole of the property is offered with vacant possession.


Ground Floor:  Hallway, Shower Room, Kitchen, Lounge, Sitting Room and Bedroom 
First Floor:  Bedroom 


Gated driveway leading to a detached single garage, garden area to side of property.




The garden area to the side of the property has potential to create a further dwelling within the boundaries of the property which is subject to gaining the necessary consents. Interested parties should consult with the Local Planning Office, Isle of Anglesey Council. Council Offices, Llangefni, Anglesey, LL77 7TW, Tel: 01248 752428.


We are informed by the vendor that the toll house is one of only four on the Isle of Anglesey and the only one of that four that is used for residential purposes.


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Contact: Mr John Sidebotham.

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