Plas Trefarthen is a handsome Grade II listed Victorian country lodge on Anglesey which dates from the mid-19th century. Its construction is of squared rubble stone with part white rendered elevations under a hipped slate roof with rectangular stacks, some slate hung.

Internally the house has many period features including high plaster moulded ceilings, period doors, fireplaces and window shutters and superb slate floors in the kitchen, breakfast room and orangery. The property has also been brought into the 21st century by the present owners who have re-wired and re-plumbed the house, which also now has new hardwood double glazing.

The accommodation comprises reception hall, drawing room, sitting room, dining room, superbly fitted kitchen with Breakfast room, orangery, cloakroom, cellars, and an indoor heated swimming pool with Jacuzzi and sauna. Upstairs the accommodation is extremely flexible with six double bedrooms, study, gym, playroom and sitting room.

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Outside the house benefits from an extremely high degree of privacy, with stone walls, post-and-wire fencing and wrought iron railings surrounding its land which comes to around 2.6 acres. There are oak, beech, horse chestnut, birch and pine trees in the grounds and to the north west is a large walled garden with access to a courtyard with a covered barbecue. The principal gardens lie to the south and east and are laid to lawn with an ornamental pond with fountain. The views to the south are far-reaching over the Menai Strait and beyond to Snowdonia. The property also comes with a garage block with parking for several cars and a timber chalet with storage.

Plas Trefarthen is in an extremely accessible part of Anglesey just six miles from the A55 expressway. There is a local shop and post office in the nearby village of Brynsiencyn with a more comprehensive range of amenities in Menai Bridge, Bangor and Beaumaris. The cities of Chester, Liverpool and Manchester are within easy reach via the A55 and there is a train service to London Euston from Bangor.

The guide price is £1,900,000. For further information please contact Jackson Stops and Staff on 01244 328361 or visit www.jacksonstops.co.uk.

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