Picturesque five-bedroom coastal hideaway in Wales with its own private ISLAND, stunning sea views and six acres of land could be yours for £850,000
- A Welsh coastal home with its own island and sweeping views of Snowdonia sits in Anglesey, North Wales
- The property has six acres of land and is set over two floors with a private drive, sun terrace and a balcony
- Inside there is a kitchen, scope for five bedrooms, a utility room, and a dining room with views of Bangor Pier
- Owners can walk to the private island, named Ynys Tobig, at low tides or can take a boat at a higher tide
A stunning five-bedroom home sitting on six-acres of land in North Wales will give potential buyers the chance to have it all – a private island within walking distance to the town centre.
For £850,000 buyers can bag themselves the perfect coastal hideaway above Menai Bridge, Anglesey – which comes with sweeping views of Snowdonia, a private island and woodland and water features.
Spread across two floors the property boasts a large reception room with a wood-burning stove and ceiling beams, a raised decked sun terrace and a kitchen with a full-width bay window offering beautiful sea views.
The island, called Ynys Tobig, measures 0.25 acres with gorgeous greenery and trees and the owners can moor a boat on the island at higher tides while exploring the stunning landscape.
The decked balcony offers the perfect place for owners to entertain guests with sweeping views to Snowdonia and the sea
The rocky and rugged private island is accessible on foot at low tide or by a boat at high tide which can be kept at the island
The detached property has its own private driveway which leads straight on to the sun terrace and decking which is walled for privacy
With six acres of land accompanying the property there is space for parties or families to play on the lawn and explore
Estate agents Fine and Country said: ‘As you would expect, the property has been placed in such a position that the views to the front are as outstanding as could be imagined, and in fact the sloping ground provides views from the majority of the six acres.
‘The grounds are a delightful mix of grassland, woodland and water features. The property itself is situated at the end of a private drive with vehicle access to both levels of the building.
‘We can’t say this enough; the property is a rare instruction to come to the market and offers an abundance of scope for further development if required.’
The house comes complete with timber-framed walls and the rustic interior carries through to a dining room and separate kitchen that looks out onto the deck.
The rustic interior and ceiling beams in the living room, along with the timber walls, create a very warm and cosy atmosphere
The living space is large enough to entertain host of people but the oak and lather furniture gives it a homely and relaxed feel
The dining room sits directly of the lobby and is bright and airy thanks to the large bay window and high beam ceiling
This spacious bedroom comes with an ensuite bathroom and a bow window boasting lovely views over the grounds and the Menai Strait
The kitchen is just off the lobby and has a rustic feel with a full-width bay window offering views to Penmaen Headland
The raised decked sun terrace is where the front door is, leading into an entrance hall which moves through to the dining room, kitchen and cloakroom.
Moving through the dining room you reach the lounge and bedrooms, as well as a linen room, shower room and an ensuite – all of which is on the first floor.
The ground floor of the house is listed on the floor plan as six storage rooms and a garage but if the new owners put a stair case in they could convert them to three bedrooms.
The property is only walking distance to the town centre of Menai Bridge and is a ten minute drive to Bangor Station which can take you directly to London.
The property has a lot of scope for development with five acres of rolling fields and woodland – ideal for keeping livestock
The decking provides the perfect place for al fresco dining when guests come to visit, with views of the woodland and coast
The kitchen/breakfast area looks out directly onto the decking providing unparalleled views of the private land and pond
The shoreline just down from the property leads to the private island which was thought to have a bothy on it years ago
The acres of woodland are a haven for wildlife allowing buyers to feel disconnected from the town centre just minutes away
The private island gives the buyer a chance to own a unique property which is sure to be popular with family and friends
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