Said to date from the 18th century, Wigoedd is an idyllic Welsh former farmhouse described by CADW as ‘a minor gentry house comprising of a central Georgian dwelling with early 19th century later additions.’
Constructed of stone with part white painted rendered elevations under a hipped slate roof with high chimney stacks, the property has a really appealing façade and also retains much of its character inside, including period features like elegant sash windows and exposed ceiling timbers, period doors and fireplaces, plus a cast iron former range in the dining room.
Accommodation is laid out over two floors, with three formal reception rooms on the ground floor together with a study, and a kitchen/breakfast room. A staircase leads from the dining hall to an oak-floored galleried landing, off which are five bedrooms and two bath/shower rooms.
Outside are over two acres of gardens and grounds including a formal lawn with borders, a part walled vegetable garden and an orchard with a variety of apple trees. An area of woodland has a former pigsty which now incorporates storage.
Wigoedd occupies a peaceful location with views out to Snowdonia on Anglesey, with access to several sandy beaches. Local services are to be found in Beaumaris and Menai Bridge with supermarkets in Llangefni and Bangor.
The guide price is £725,000. For further information please contact Jackson-Stops & Staff on 01244 328361 or visit www.jackson-stops.co.uk.