A fine Victorian property
This detached property spans 4 floors, with all rooms enjoying the stunning sea and Snowdonia mountain view. It features a lounge, with panoramic views over the Menai Straits and beyond, kitchen with island and breakfast room, separate formal dining room, 6 bedrooms and 6 bathrooms plus downstairs WC and nursery. There are 5 double bedrooms and a family room with 3 singles. There is a separate nursery with an infant cot and a cot bed.
The entrance and original stairway have the wow factor and huge bay windows in the lounge and master bedroom mean you are never far away from that amazing view.
Terraced gardens lead to the private beach.
An outside dining table has arguably the best view in town for al fresco lunches.
Facilities include Wifi, washing and drying machines, Nespresso coffee machine, plus a Sonos soundsystem and smart TV.
The house is not ultra luxury finished but homely and charming.
Glyngarth, Ynys Mon
Possibly the best location on the Isle of Anglesey, Anglesey Beach House is on "Millionaire's Row" in between Menai Bridge and Beaumaris. Both are great small towns offering shops and restaurants and all essential amenities.
There is an excellent pub, the Gazelle, just 200m from the house.
The house has full sea views and overlooks the mountain range of Snowdonia. You can also see the sun rise plus the marina & pier of Bangor giving the view a full 10/10 rating.
The whole of Anglesey and North Wales is easily accessible from this part of the island and the North Wales Expressway, linking to Manchester and the rest of the UK, is just 4 miles away.
Did someone say private beach?
Anglesey Beach House has its very own private beach located in front of the house.
With two entry points from the esteemed gardens this tidal beach offers access to the Menai Straits plus private slipway, and views up and down the estuary plus the mountains beyond.
Surrounded by ancient oak trees this soft shale beach will keep the children entertained all day without having to get in the car or fight for space.
Relax on a deck chair, grab a cold beer and get ready to create your family memories.
Watch the boats sail the estuary, and feel the sun on you all day with the opposite mountains changing colour as the sun sets. Set up a fishing line, hunt for mussels or simply walk along the tide.
There is also a cave belonging to the house: legend has it smuggler's used to store illicit goods here, and a waterfall.