- Parc Del Fryn
- Exciting Development Of New Build Homes
- 12 Month Occupancy Holiday Use Only
- 2 Bedrooms
- Finished To A High Specification
- Choice Of Finishes Available
- Landscaped Grounds & Private Space
- Only Minutes From The Beautiful Beach At Benllech
- Set In Open Countryside With Mountain Views
- Images shown are only representative, taken within a furnished 3 bed show house
These superbly designed 2 bedroom holiday homes are being built to an exceptionally high standard with quality finishes throughout and the modern construction methods ensure that the properties will be extremely efficient to run with a predicted EPC rating of B. Externally the houses are of slightly different designs giving an individual feel. All feature modern Weber Silicone render and cladding and anthracite uPVC double glazing. Landscaped gardens will surround the properties, with a private patio to the rear and a tarmac driveway with one parking space and guest parking available. The houses will be served by a modern roof mounted PV system supporting electric heating and hot water.
The site is located along the eastern edge of the Isle of Anglesey, approximately 1½ miles west of the popular seaside village of Benllech and approximately 8½ miles due north of Menai Bridge with the mainland and city of Bangor just a short distance beyond. The plots front the B5108, just short of the B5110 at the small village of Brynteg which allows for traveling into the market town of Llangefni which lies approximately 5½ miles distant. The surrounding area is predominately agricultural land.
This section of Anglesey offers some fabulous beaches and a rugged coastline, much of which being designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with over 120 miles of coastal paths at your disposal. The A5025 snakes along this eastern side of the island passing through some fabulous countryside where you'll be spoilt for choice for beaches to visit with Benllech and Red Wharf Bay being obvious choices for family days out at the seaside, but don't forget other gems such as Lligwy Bay and Traeth Bychan, all within easy reach and quite diverse. Stretching a little further north is the elevated plateau of Mynydd Bodafon, which is well worth a visit to its summit (it's not too steep or strenuous) as the views are unrivalled, taking in miles of sea, a good portion of Anglesey and the Snowdonia mountain range on the mainland whilst the coastal village of Moelfre is worth dropping by – it was the site of the ill-fated 19th century clipper Royal Charter which ran aground here. Travel a little further and you'll arrive at the historical port town of Amlwch. This own has a fascinating history due to the discovery of copper and sulphur on nearby Parys Mountain. It's still is a bustling town with a splendid port that would have transported its copper the world over.
If historic sites are your thing then you're in the right place as Beaumaris, located just 9 miles south east along the B5109 boasts a superb 13th century castle and a town which will enthral with quaint streets and a unique shopping experience. There are also numerous lighthouses dotted along Anglesey's coastline which may be of interest. In terms of recreation, needless to say Anglesey is perfect for all manner of watersports, sailing and fishing, excellent walking and rock climbing, especially on the south stack cliffs, numerous nature reserves and a fabulous racing track at Ty Croes for all you motorsports fanatics. Holyhead of course, located towards the north western corner of the island is where you can catch a ferry into the heart of the Republic of Ireland. In terms of amenities, Benllech has a good range of shops, restaurants and pubs (including a primary school) whilst Llangefni, being the administrative town for the island has an extensive range of shops, supermarkets and other amenities readily available alongside primary and secondary schools and further education facilities. The mainland can be reached within some 20 minutes by car with main city of Bangor offering the facilities, shopping and services that you would expect of a larger conurbation including a renowned university, an eye-catching arts and culture venue and a mainline railway service with direct connections into London.
From Llangefni, follow the B5110 towards Brynteg. On reaching the village, turn right by the ‘California Inn’ onto the B5108 and follow this road for approximately 250 yards. The site is on the right and left hand side of the road.