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Llanfaethlu, Holyhead, Ynys Mon, LL65

Guide Price
£845,000
Added on 11/06/2021
Dafydd Hardy, Llangefni
PROPERTY TYPE
Detached
BEDROOMS
×5

Property description

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A coastal retreat like no other, positioned on the edge of a beautiful sweeping bay on the northern coast of Anglesey with dramatic views to say the least. A roomy and highly individual property of immense character where life really is a beach!

Dryll Y Gro truly captures the essence of a coastal home like no other, an exciting opportunity to perhaps realise the ambition of living life by the sea - a home in a simply remarkable location. Positioned on the southern edge of Trefadog Bay, just yards from the foreshore and commanding spectacular views across the water towards Holyhead Mountain, stretching northward across the bay along the coastline and surrounded inland by miles of green Anglesey countryside.

Located in an AONB (Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty), Dryll Y Gro stands on a generous plot whereby the garden extends towards the shoreline with built-in steps to the retaining wall leading directly to the water’s edge. The property enjoys a dual East/West aspect, so you can enjoy the best parts of the day and certainly some dramatic westerly sunsets over the water – a perfect rural retreat, especially so if you cannot resist the lure of the sea!

The property is also situated on the Isle of Anglesey coastal path, allowing you access to not only the immediate coastline but over 120 miles of it, much of which is hugely diverse. From here, you'll be able to watch the comings and goings of all the ferries that visit Holyhead port and take in the delights of all the natural flora and fauna to be found in abundance in this corner of Anglesey. The quiet county lane that ambles its way to the property provides a restful approach and connects you to the nearest village of Llanfaethlu, roughly 1½ miles distant where you'll find the convenience of a village store and a brand new recently opened community primary school.
Dryll Y Gro is certainly individual, in that it appears to have been a traditional cottage at one stage and subsequently enlarged and extended over the years, it’s exterior proving quirky and yet strangely interesting. This is echoed in the interior, which offers much charm and character for sure and yet it’s a generous and versatile home with a room for all occasions. There’s a definite nautical theme that permeates throughout also, and why not indeed, with interior doors with porthole style windows and fitting nameplates, you could be forgiven for thinking you were onboard a ship!

The living room exhibits a vaulted beamed ceiling and a superb inglenook fireplace housing a wood burner whilst patio doors open to the garden, the kitchen is a fitting room come mealtimes and can certainly accommodate a full size dining table and comes with a slate floor and Belfast sink and there’s a useful utility/shower room off and we think you’ll love the snug which enjoys a slightly elevated stance overlooking the bay – great on a windy day watching the waves, no doubt. Many rooms enjoy sea views if not the countryside and all bathroom facilities feature modern clean suites whilst there’s oil fired central heating and uPVC double glazing throughout.

Externally, as well as the spacious lawned garden is a detached double garage and an older asbestos corrugated garage which might be useful for general storage purposes. Being located right next to the beach, there will also be opportunities to enjoy sea kayaking and other recreational watersport pursuits.

Dryll Y Gro lies in a most idyllic coastal setting overlooking Trefadog Beach on the outskirts of the rural village of Llanfaethlu and despite it’s position, the property is well placed for many of the coastal and rural attractions to be found on the island with easy access to the A55 expressway, which is approximately 7 miles from the property, allowing rapid commuting throughout the island, to the mainland passing by the acclaimed University City of Bangor and onwards to Chester and the UK motorway network.

The nearby port town of Holyhead and its neighboring communities ensure that all your essential needs are well catered for, including recreational facilities and schools. Furthermore, the town offers daily sailings to and from Ireland, a mainline railway service (direct to London) whilst Anglesey airport operates daily flights to the southern capital of Cardiff. Anglesey is celebrated for its diverse and dramatic coastline, with excellent watersports/sailing facilities and a well-known racing circuit for all you motorsport enthusiasts. You can be assured, there is no shortage of things to see and do on this unique island.

Entrance Hall

Living Room

4.66m x 4.7m

Kitchen/Dining Room

4.89m x 4.15m

Shower Room

2.15m x 1.94m

Snug

3.12m x 3.34m

Bedroom 1

2.41m x 4.33m

Bedroom 2

2.32m x 3.16m

Bedroom 3

2.99m x 3.21m

Laundry Room

2.15m x 1.99m

Bathroom

2.39m x 1.64m

Landing

Bedroom 4

3.2m x 3m

Bedroom 5

3.11m x 3.15m

Bathroom

1.74m x 2.38m

Attic Room

2.97m x 2.43m

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Llanfaethlu, Holyhead, Ynys Mon, LL65

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  • Holyhead Station3.9 miles
  • Valley Station4.8 miles
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Dafydd Hardy is a privately run, independent firm of estate agents, letting agents & chartered surveyors with a network of 5 offices throughout North West Wales. With over 20 years of experience, we have high professional standards and pride ourselves on offering a friendly and personal service to all our clients.

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