The Welsh country estate of Plas Boduan is a fabulous property in a magnificent location on the edge of Snowdonia National Park. The property dates from around 1500, and the then owner entertained Anne Boleyn often in her early years.
The Grade II listed house was fully restored and refurbished in the 1970s, and the Georgian section has been complimented by a later wing which is more modern, and perfectly compliments the older sections of the house. Inside the Hall has a particularly fine south façade, and offers beautifully proportioned rooms lit by large sash windows and the house has wonderful reception rooms with high decorative ceilings; the house is particularly well suited to entertaining.
The accommodation comprises reception hall, drawing room, dining room, morning room, entertainment suite, ball room and seven bedrooms, all en-suite.
Outside the grounds extend to 25 acres and contain a heated swimming pool, a hard tennis court and two excellent cottages. The gardens and woodland walks inside the estate include an Italianate garden, lakes with cascading waterfalls, a jungle garden, parkland paddock and an arboretum of ancient trees.
The property is located just four miles from the local town of Pwllheli which has excellent local amenities and 14 miles from the local Caernarfon Airport as 14 miles from the University city of Bangor which is on the mail railway line to London.
The guide price is £1.65m, for further information contact Knight Frank on 020 7861 1078 or visit www.knightfrank.co.uk.