- Stunning detached new build family residence
- Standing in generous gardens with garage/workshop
- Lovely position with fine sea and countryside views
- Located just a short walk from beautiful Red Wharf Bay
- Four bedrooms all with contemporary en-suite facilities
- Impressive kitchen with granite worktops and appliances
- Tri and bi-folding doors create a bright and airy atmosphere
- Two wood burning stoves to both reception rooms
- Modern air source heating and comprehensive solar installation
- An impressive home worthy of internal inspection
Tir A Mor (Land and Sea), is definitely an applicable name given to this rather stunning residence which resides to the north of the village of Pentraeth and roughly ¼ mile from Red Wharf beach – there's simply no better place - being able to walk to this superb bay, which is transformed twice daily due to the tides, and immerse yourself in the serene coastal landscape whilst enjoying the natural flora and fauna which you'll find in abundance along these coastal waters.
The seeds of this fine home were sown in 2015, coming to fruition in 2018 – a vision realised by the present owner to build a home which sits well within its surroundings whilst providing an appealing, contemporary and spacious interior that a family can fully exploit. Tir A Mor stands within generous garden grounds and enjoys a westerly aspect overlooking a gentle glade with fine views towards the Red Wharf Bay and headland situated to the north – this is an aspect which all rooms enjoy, something which this home takes full advantage of.
There's no doubting the architectural appeal of this residence, the attention to detail and the sense of quality and style is evident throughout. There are three sets of tri-folding doors and a pair of bi-folding doors which really sets this residence apart. Just being able to peel back these doors on a summer's afternoon, to invite the outdoors in so to speak, is a really nice touch and something to really look forward to. There's a room for all occasions too – the lounge featuring a fireplace that houses a wood burning stove, a fine sun room with pitched ceiling (arguably more useful as a reception room than a conservatory) and a family room and kitchen which we envisage would be the most used and frequented room – it's not hard to see why. This room also features a wood burning stove (and those tri-folding doors we mentioned earlier) and a kitchen that'll do you proud. With ample workspace with polished granite and quartz worktops, striking LED lighting and a host of built-in appliances, you'll be in your element! To keep things cosy, there's under-floor heating throughout the entire ground floor too with conventional radiators serving the first floor.
There are four bedrooms in total, all with en-suite facilities with the master bedroom enjoying a dual aspect and great sea views. As you would expect, all bathroom facilities offer attractive contemporary suites, two of which feature rolled topped baths for that little touch of luxury. Other noteworthy touches include oak internal doors, skirting, window sills, stair case and copious use of engineered oak flooring to many rooms and the reception hall provides a fitting entrance, mirrored by the gallery landing. Central heating is provided by up-to-date air source heat pump method and is supplemented by an extensive 16 panel photo voltaic (solar) installation, guaranteed to keep those fuel bills low.
Externally, the gardens will undoubtedly provide much pleasure for all whilst a private driveway provides ample off road parking. Also provided is a modern and indeed generously sized garage/workshop which could prove invaluable for storage, the hobbyist or somewhere to fettle your motoring pride and joy.
The property is located along a country lane which leads directly to Red Wharf beach, which means the beach and coastal path is just a short walk away, so if you love outdoor life and have a pet who likes frequent 'walkies', then Tir A Mor is only too happy to oblige. Red Wharf is a beautiful wide sandy bay overlooking Liverpool Bay and is perfect for days out exploring and horses can often be seen being exercised on the beach. There's a real rugged beauty here and there's always something interesting going on just off shore too. This section of coastline is quite sheltered and tends to be favoured by large sailing vessels which often gather in large numbers as they await passage to Liverpool. Practically the entire coastline of Anglesey is a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) and Red Wharf Bay is just one such location.
The nearby village of Pentraeth has many amenities including a primary school, numerous shops, petrol station, public house and a small industrial estate. The main A5025 which passes through the village allows for easy access to the resort of Benllech and its fine beach whilst the excellent road network allows for easy commuting to the towns of Llangefni, Holyhead, the A55 expressway and the mainland. The historic town of Beaumaris is also close to hand having a castle dating back to 1295 alongside many interesting buildings as well a pier and promenade.
Just around from Beaumaris is Black Point headland near Penmon with its lighthouse, a lighthouse which protects the strait between the mainland and Puffin Island. Anglesey is an island of beaches providing ample opportunities to enjoy sailing and water sports, a coastline which can be explored via Anglesey's Path with over 120 miles of walkways, a section of which passes through Red Wharf Bay, enabling the casual visitor or the seasoned walker to fully appreciate the stunning surroundings. Such delights in the nearby vicinity include the sandy bay of Lligwy and Dulas Estuary to the north and Traeth Bychan (Small Beach) the more commercial beach at Benllech.
The city of Bangor with all major amenities, is easily reached being approximately 7 miles distant. Bangor of course has a major university as well as schools and colleges. The unique Isle of Anglesey is separated from the mainland by the famous Menai Strait and accessed via two different, yet equally fascinating bridges.
From our Llangefni office, follow the B5109 in the direction of Pentraeth. Continue on this road passing through Talwrn until you reach the 'T' junction at Pentraeth. Turn right and then immediately left onto the B5109 and after a short distance, take the next turning on your left opposite the football club. Follow the road as it bends to the right taking the next turning on your left onto Lon Y Traeth (Beach Road) and proceed for approximately ½ mile where you will find the property on your right hand side.