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Dwyran, Llanfairpwllgwyngyll, Anglesey








4,110 sq ft

382 sq m

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Key features

  • Delightful 7 bedroom property on the Isle of Anglesey
  • Income potential from the 9 cottages within the grounds
  • Paddocks extending to 4.679 acres. The whole 8.08 acres
  • Versatile accommodation throughout
  • Open-plan kitchen/dining/sitting room
  • Principal bedroom suite with dressing room and bathroom
  • Extensive lawned gardens, including a walled garden with 5mx5m summer house
  • Superb rural location with delightful countryside views


Bron Menai House offers a rare opportunity to purchase a beautifully presented, substantial family home with significant income potential from holiday lets or long-term rental. The main house has a wealth of charming features, including ornate cornice and skirting, exposed floorboards, bay, sash and shuttered windows and feature fireplaces.

The front porch opens to a spacious entrance hall which leads to all main reception rooms of the ground floor, along with a cloakroom and two sets of stairs, one leading to the first floor and while the other descends to the sizeable, tanked cellar. Within the basement level is a study, gymnasium, games room and store room, along with access to the garage.

The ground floor living space includes a dual-aspect sitting room and a formal dining room. The hub of the home is located in the expansive and light-filled 27ft kitchen/dining/living space, with its beautiful views and a walk-in bay with double doors out to the south-facing sun terrace and lawned garden beyond. The kitchen offers an array of attractive base cabinetry and worksurfaces, with an AGA range and various modern appliances. All three main reception rooms also have unique feature fireplaces. Off the kitchen area is a pantry opening to a utility room/cloakroom, with an externally accessed boot room completing the floor.

The first floor is home to a family bathroom, separate shower room and four well-proportioned and elegant bedrooms. The larger principal suite benefits from a dressing room and a luxury en suite bathroom. The attic level houses handy storage space and a further three well-sized bedrooms, two of which benefit from en suite facilities.

The Cottages
To the side of the property is a charming collection of 9 cottages. 6 of the cottages are 1 bedroom properties, while Ty Newydd 1 comprises 3 bedrooms with a downstairs family bathroom. The Barn Cottage includes an attic bedroom, accessible from the principal bedroom.

The cottages share a cobbled courtyard, and have further access to off-road parking and communal lawns. Several of their roofs are fitted with solar panels.

The property sits in a considerable plot with attached paddocks, and is approached via a sweeping gravelled driveway that branches off between the main house and the cottages. There is significant parking to the side of the property, and a generously sized garage attached to the rear of the main house.

The grounds are largely level lawn, surrounded and interspersed with mature trees and planting, divided into various sections. The main house has a generous formal garden, a paved stone terrace for entertaining and al fresco dining, an established large walled garden with large summerhouse and a greenhouse. The property also has 4 stall timber-built stables.

The residence occupies a rural countryside position in the village of Dwyran on the Isle of Anglesey, with easy access to Newborough Nature Reserve, Llandwyn Island and The Anglesey Coastal Path.

Nearby Newborough offers a range of local amenities, including shops and eateries. More extensive amenities can be found in Holyhead in one direction, while the Britannia Bridge/A55 expressway also provides convenient road links across North Wales towards the borders and Chester. There is a mainline station available at Bangor with direct trains to London Euston.

Notable nearby schools include primary education at Corn Hir and Llandegfan, and secondary at David Hughes and St. Gerard's. A further, but commutable distance, also gives access to the renowned independent St David's College.


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Dwyran, Llanfairpwllgwyngyll, Anglesey


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  • Bodorgan Station5.2 miles
  • Llanfairpwll Station6.3 miles
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