“Gwynaeth Gwyn’ is an extraordinary place. Every day I wake up and think how lucky I am to have lived here” says Pammie, “when we came to live here we bought more than a home, we bought a way of life and what a wonderful one it has been!”
“All the buildings in ‘Wern Y Wylan’ have a wonderful architectural quality about them that fits into the landscape really well and the hamlet is a warm and friendly place to live. The views are spectacular, we have beautiful countryside and coastline to enjoy and there’s a wonderful relaxed pace of life here, you feel as if you’re always on holiday.”
Gwynaeth Gwyn is a wonderful country home. Internally, the house is impressive with two entrance halls, a guest cloakroom and a very attractive sitting room and dining room. The sitting room has a traditional fireplace and is separated from the dining room by oak beams. The study has a lovely view over the garden.
The kitchen/breakfast room has striking views over the bay and superb granite worktops with an inset ‘Villeroy & Boch’ white sink and bespoke tap and granite windowsills. The units are painted in ‘Farrow and Ball’ and incorporate a fitted dishwasher and integral microwave. A stable door opens out onto the garden. The utility/boot room is a good size with sink and plumbing for washing machine / tumble dryer. A door leads to the garden. Off this room is a freezer room, which also houses the pool pump. There is also an additional drying room.
The family room is an open sunny room which has a changing room/shower/ wc off. This room could also be used as a 5th bedroom/guest suite. There are sliding doors which lead outside to the pool area.
Upstairs there is a magnificent drawing room which takes advantage of the wonderful views of the bay and beyond. Off this room there is a balcony to one side with decking and to the other a bespoke conservatory painted in ‘Farrow and Ball’ colours and with Amtico flooring. This opens on to a terraced area with steps leading down to the pool – an excellent area for entertaining.
The master bedroom is very attractive, enjoying a dual aspect, fitted wardrobes, cupboards and dressing table. The remaining three bedrooms have sea views, fitted wardrobes and cupboards. There are two large bathrooms and a guest cloakroom.
Outside, the impressive wrought iron gates welcome you to the property where the driveway leads off to a detached double garage/workshop and a turning area. The drive continues to a further parking area outside the house.
The property itself sits in two acres of lovely, well maintained gardens and grounds featuring sweeping lawns, woodland, terraces, an outdoor swimming pool and Jacuzzi. There is also a former grassed tennis court adjacent to the pool area. The grounds are home to some fine mature trees which blend well with the architecture as do the variety of shrubs and plants – some native, some exotic.
A short walk from Gwynaeth Gwyn is the magnificent beach of Red Wharf Bay, and at low tide it is possible to walk to the renowned ‘Ship Inn’.
The historic castle town of Beaumaris is some three miles distant and provides a wealth of restaurants, old world pubs, a post office, surgery and shops. For keen sailors it is also home to the Royal Anglesey Yacht Club and there are also two golf courses. The University City of Bangor is 8 miles away from which there are main line trains to London (3 ½ hours) whilst the A55 Expressway provides a fast link to Chester and the motorway network.