3 bedroom detached house for saleRed Wharf Bay, Pentraeth, Isle Of Anglesey
Under Offer £750,000
- Entrance hall
- Drawing room | Sitting room | Study
- Office | Kitchen/dining | Utility | Bathroom | Cloakroom
- 3 Bedrooms with adjoining suite of sitting room/study, bathroom, crog loft sleeping area/store and kitchenette facilities.
- Large two storey detached building presently used as a studio | Double garage
- Large slate-roofed carport | stores
- In about 6.8 acres
Situated right on Traeth Coch or Red Wharf Bay, as it is known in English, and just over a mile from the village of Pentraeth. Beaumaris 6 miles, university City of Bangor 9.5 miles (mainline train station, District General Hospital).
Traeth Coch Red Wharf Bay is a wide sweeping bay boasting over 4.5 miles of sandy beach and is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the east coast of the Isle of Anglesey, North Wales. The area is renowned for its glorious sunsets, fishing, sailing, riding and miles of stunning scenic walks.
The nearby village of Pentraeth, with its church dating back to the 12th century and village school, offers a local pub, bakery, hairdressers, Post Office and Spa. Across the bay, a good walk from the property at low tide, there are well known restaurants and the popular Ship Inn. Menai Bridge is about 6 miles away. The town is well known for its restaurants, small independent shops and Waitrose.
The Menai Bridge is one of the two bridges which cross to the mainland; the other, the Britannia, carries the A55 expressway which gives good access to Liverpool and Manchester, both reached within two hours.
The port of Holyhead is 20 miles distant with regular ferries to and from Ireland. The medieval town of Beaumaris is about 6 miles away and has a 13th century moated castle, the famous Bull Hotel renowned for its restaurant, pubs, artisan bakers, butchers and family run businesses, health and leisure centres and is home to the historic Royal Anglesey Yacht Club.
The property is approached via a long private roadway and has a circular sweeping drive around a lawn when at the property. Behind the house and studio buildings is a bluebell and wild-cherry woodland which forms a continuation of a designated red squirrel woodland on Mynydd Llwydiarth, and red squirrels visit daily.
The land comprises the gardens, woodland and fields of good pasture running down to the shore. There is a small lake screened from the beach by a reed bed with an island on which geese nest each year. There is a dinghy, included in the sale, used to manage the lake habitat. With a long frontage onto the beach, the sea gate gives access to the property from the beach and was the original and only access to the property until 1989. The beach is a wonderful surface for riding and together with the proximity of grazing this makes for an ideal equestrian base.
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