One of the last few remaining medieval properties of its kind in this part of Wales has been placed on the market.
Occupying an atmospheric location, the four-bedroom character property has a guide price of £675,000. The Grade II listed farmhouse dates back to the 14th century and, while it has been upgraded over the years to modern specifications, it has maintained many of its original features which are visible throughout the property.
These original features include a large inglenook fireplace, exposed beams, cruck trusses and sash windows. The property is called Trefadog and it extends towards the beach, covering the foreshore and the adjacent paddocks, which include a 0.83 acre campsite overlooking the sea.
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Just down the road from the village of Llanfaethlu towards the north-west of Anglesey, the property occupies a relatively exclusive piece of coastline from which residents and campers can enjoy the stark surroundings and the sight of waves crashing into each other towards the mouth of the bay.
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Trefadog comprises of a porch, entrance hall, farmhouse kitchen, utility room and study/bedroom and a large 21-foot lounge, North Wales Live reports.
According to the listing, two separate staircases lead to four bedrooms, two en-suite, and a family bathroom. There are gardens to the front, a large garage and workshop to the rear as well as the camping field with six electric hook-up points. Also included is an area of land adjacent to the beach.
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The property was added to Rightmove on June 25, 2021. Based on a 10% deposit and 25-year mortgage, monthly repayments would stand at around £2,695. For more information on this property, visit Rightmove here.
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