Savills | Benar Headland, Abersoch, Pwllheli, Gwynedd, LL53 7BA | Properties for sale
3,909 sq ft(363.16 sq m)
Offers over £3,000,000

Benar HeadlandAbersoch, Pwllheli, Gwynedd, LL53 7BA


    Key features

    • Fabulous three storey beach house
    • Bespoke built close to Abersoch village
    • Amazing views from two large balconies
    • Plunge pool and stepped access to the beach
    • Superb atrium style reception hall
    • Bi folds, wood burning stove, oak floors
    • 30' dining kitchen onto terrace
    • Double garage, parking and store

    Contemporary beach house in premium Abersoch front-line setting. Close to S.C.Y.C. with panoramic views over Cardigan Bay to St Tudwals Islands and the Welsh Mountains.

    About this property

    • The Brink
      Benar Headland
      Abersoch
      Pwllheli
      Gwynedd
      LL53 7BA

      This stunning three storey beach house is one of only five individual homes set on the east facing side of Benar Headland, a short stroll away from the centre of this acclaimed Welsh village.

      Bespoke built to take full advantage of the amazing views and elevated setting there are two levels of terraces with glass balustrades accessed via bi-fold doors from the principal rooms. A plunge pool is set within the lower, deeper terrace and private steps lead down to the beach and the sea. Changing and showering facilities are on the lower ground floor level too, keeping potentially wet and sandy areas contained.

      The property is approached from the SCYC car park and double gates open to a secure parking area atop a large external store, perfect for sailing and boating paraphernalia. Steps lead down to the main entrance at the middle floor.

      The amazing atrium style hall with its cloakroom and bespoke staircase has practical and attractive Travertine tiling. This extends into the well-appointed kitchen/dining room with integrated Siemens appliances, quartz surfaces and plenty of dining space which extends out to the rear terrace via bi-fold doors. The dining area opens to the bright sitting room, again with bi-fold doors opening onto the balcony, a contemporary wood burning stove and warm oak floors create a haven in the out of season months with natural light flooding through from the gallery and atrium roof above.

      The principal bedroom suite also lies on this floor with a dressing bleached natural wood flooring creates a nautical theme and bi-fold doors open to a private balcony area. A dressing room lies off to the rear and a well-appointed Travertine tiled en suite bathroom with a spa bath has a shuttered opening providing direct views of the sea as well as the large separate shower. Truly a bath with a view.

      The lower ground floor features two further large bedroom suites and a second reception room with double doors from the hall and a patio door to the lower balcony and pool area. An outside door gives access to the side hallway with the pool plant room, a large wet room shower and a separate washroom with a w.c. and wash basin. A utility/laundry room is perfect for boating clothes and wet suits.

      The first floor offers two further large bedrooms and a box room. These are great children's rooms with lots of space for friends staying and are served by a shower room which is en suite to one of the bedrooms.

    Amazing location one of the best in Abersoch

    Mark HoldenProperty agent

    Local information

    • Abersoch Village: less than 1/3 mile, Pwllheli: 6.5 miles, Porthmadog: 20 miles, Caernarfon: 27 miles, Liverpool: 105 miles, Manchester: 130 miles, Birmingham: 140 miles
    • The Brink is set into the cliffs, occupying a wonderful elevated site, arguably among the best in Abersoch, atop Benar Headland, next door but one to the South Caernarfonshire Yacht Club, between Abersoch Main Beach and Harbour Beach.
    • Its sensational position has private steps leading down to the beach and panoramic views over Abersoch Moorings and St Tudwals Islands across Cardigan Bay to Snowdonia and the Cambrian Mountains.
    • Abersoch is renowned as the ‘jewel in the crown' of the Lleyn Peninsula and attracts discerning visitors from around the country, keen to enjoy the Gulf Stream influenced micro climate of the Peninsula.
    • The village is a short stroll away and bas many restaurants, bars and bistros, specialist shops and chandlery. The South Caernarfonshire Yacht Club is virtually on the doorstep and is a mecca for sailors nationally and internationally. For golfers, Abersoch's challenging 18 hole links/parkland course is close by with Nefyn, Pwllheli and Porthmadog courses within easy reach.

    Additional information

    • EPC Rating = C