Rhoscolyn, Holyhead, Gwynedd, LL65 2NJ | Property for sale | Savills
1,258 sq ft(116.87 sq m)
Offers over £750,000

RhoscolynHolyhead, Gwynedd, LL65 2NJ

  • Under offer

Key features

  • Seaside location with magnificent views
  • Four bedrooms and two bathrooms
  • Detached outbuilding suitable for a variety of uses
  • Beautifully presented accommodation throughout
  • Total area: about 0.9 acres

A charming seaside home in a special location in Rhoscolyn.

About this property

  • Glan Gors is a delightful, detached property having a private, mainly lawned garden and patio. The house is of traditional construction with rendered stone elevations beneath a slate roof.

    The property enjoys magnificent views across marshland to Cymyren Bay and the Snowdonia Mountain range in the distance. There is a sandy cove/beach with rock pools within a very short distance along with beautiful headland walks.

    Glan Gors is set back from the lane and approached via an attractive painted iron gate and a gravel drive leading to a turning area beside the house, offering ample space for parking and boat storage.

    In addition to the main house there is a detached building which has in the past been used as an annexe providing over-flow accommodation from the main house.

    The house offers nicely presented accommodation on two floors. On the ground floor is a dining kitchen and two further linked reception rooms, a utility room, two bedrooms and a bathroom.

    Stairs lead from the hall to the first floor with two further bedrooms and a Jack and Jill shower room.

    It stands in gardens mainly laid to lawn and has a field giving a total area of about 0.9 acres.

    Further outbuildings include an outside wc, a wood store and also a garden store.

I love the setting of Glan Gors - whether using the house as a main residence or as a holiday home, one will simply never tire of returning to the property and observing the beautiful, surrounding scenery.

Charlie KannreutherProperty agent

Local information

  • The sheltered bay at Rhoscolyn is particularly attractive with a horseshoe sandy beach between headlands studded with pretty cottages. It is particularly popular with holiday makers and rental property is in high demand.
  • The local church, St Gwenfaen, was built in 1875 on a site that has housed a church since the sixth century. The village has a long history and the area was once busy with oyster farming. The term ‘colyn ' refers to a column erected by the Romans to mark the edge of their territories.
  • Rhoscolyn is also home to the well regarded White Eagle pub, situated along the lane from the property.
  • The community includes the village of Four Mile Bridge which offers a range of shops and services as does Trearddur Bay and the larger town of Holyhead, a port town with ferries to Ireland and a large marina.
  • The area is connected to the Welsh mainland via the A5 trunk road linking to the A55 which joins the motorway network at Chester.
  • There is a regular high speed rail service from Holyhead to London Euston (from 3 hours 39 minutes) and Liverpool airport is 103 miles away.
  • Please note: all times and distances are approximate.

Additional information

  • Council Tax Band = E (Isle of Anglesey County Council)
  • EPC Rating: E
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Council Tax Band: E