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Spotlight on... Trearddur Bay

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Fri 02 Jun 2017

Spotlight on... Trearddur Bay

A little to the south of Holyhead on the Isle of Anglesey is one of the island's absolute gems: Trearddur Bay.

Words can't really do justice to the beautiful beaches of this bay. The soft, golden sand and the clear blue sea meet in a deep, pleasing-to-the-eye curve, offering panoramic views punctuated by the distinctive hump of Holyhead Mountain. It will come as no surprise that the area is a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

 

The beaches of Trearddur Bay are idylls for water sports enthusiasts; sailing is especially good here, there are some excellent shallow scuba diving sites and the sea fishing is fantastic.

On a more practical level, Trearddur Bay enjoys excellent facilities. The road and rail links to nearby Holyhead offer plenty of opportunity for commuting and shopping trips, as well as excursions further afield to Ireland via the ferry services at Holyhead Port; while the village of Trearddur Bay itself is well-served by an array of shops, pubs and restaurants.

Popular with tourists and local residents alike, Trearddur Bay is one of the most precious jewels in Anglesey's crown and hard to beat as a dream location when it comes to buying property in North West Wales.

One of Dafydd Hardy's most exciting properties at the moment is a new development at Trearddur Bay consisting of six luxury apartments set across three storeys. This exclusive development is built to exceptionally high standards, with mains gas and double glazing standard in all six apartments. Each apartment benefits from solid wood flooring or tiles to the lounge, kitchen and bathrooms, and as you can see from the photos, the kitchens are stylish and luxurious, contemporary and well-equipped.

The apartments each have two en-suite bedrooms - one bathroom fitted with a walk-in shower and the other with a bath - though it may be possible to alter the internal layout to provide three bedrooms where required. The open plan kitchen/living room leads to a generous outdoor decking area (ground floor apartments) or glass-screened balcony (first and second floors), all providing stunning views of the bay. Finally, each apartment also benefits from a separate cloakroom and a variety of built-in storage cupboards.

The grand, galleried entrance lobby is glazed for a light, airy feel. There is a lift to each floor, and outside there are communal gardens, private parking and a garage.

Leases on these apartments range between £230,000 and £245,000 per apartment - excellent value for this type of development in a highly sought-after location.

To find out more, please contact our Holyhead office on 01407 766828 or email holyhead@dafyddhardy.co.uk.

About the developers 

Brothers Owain and Sion Williams, the directors of Williams Homes, have 25 years' business experience. They launched Williams Homes in 2001, developing and redeveloping land and old buildings in Bala.

After the success of their first development - a terrace of three town houses on an existing laundrette site - the company has grown along with the size of its developments, and their hard work and dedication was rewarded when a project to create nine four-bedroomed traditional cottages won the LABC award for volume house builder in 2007.

The site in Trearddur Bay, chosen for its perfect location, is close to the brothers' hearts as this was where they'd spent their summer holidays as children. The design of the development offers the detail and quality that Williams Homes insists upon, and employs environmentally-friendly ideologies enabling the company to produce a low-carbon, low-maintenance building using local trades and materials wherever possible.

Trearddur Bay fact file

 

  • Population of 1,858
  •  Just over two miles south of Holyhead
  • Excellent road and rail links
  • Two general stores
  • A Post Office
  • An award-winning hotel
  •  The Seacroft - an award-winning restaurant
  • Two pubs serving food
  • Chinese restaurant
  • Golf course
  • Watersports shop