A LUXURY property in Anglesey boasting magnificent 360-degree coastal and rural views has gone on the market for nearly £2million.

The six-bedroom home, within yards of the beach, is on the market for £1,950,000 with estate agents Burnells

The extended and impressively re-developed property is located in Rhoscolyn on Anglesey. 

It occupies a large prime plot in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), within yards of Rhoscolyn's beach. 

The property is currently run as a thriving holiday let.

North Wales Chronicle: The extended and impressively re-developed landmark property occupies a large prime plot in AONB, within yards of the beachThe extended and impressively re-developed landmark property occupies a large prime plot in AONB, within yards of the beach (Image: Burnells)
A spokesperson from Burnells said: "The property would make a superb holiday or permanent coastal residence. Viewing recommended."

A description into the property says: "Spectacular, and thoroughly impressive, substantially extended and imaginatively re-developed landmark, detached house, occupying a large prime plot in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), within yards of Rhoscolyn’s beautiful beach.

"The property commands magnificent 360° views, enjoying rural views to the side and rear, and breath-taking views across Rhoscolyn Beach, Cymyran Bay and the Irish Sea towards the Llyn Peninsula and Snowdonia.

"The property which would make a superb holiday or permanent coastal residence, has been expensively fitted out to a high-end specification and is currently run as a thriving holiday let, generating a substantial income. This idyllic location gives direct access onto the Anglesey Coastal Path and is within walking distance of the highly regarded White Eagle Free House.

North Wales Chronicle: The property has been developedThe property has been developed (Image: Burnells)
"Double glazed door with matching sidelight opens into a reception hallway, with beautiful staircase to the first floor. Off the hallway is a utility room/boiler room with three separate wings providing six bedrooms, two of which have en suite dressing rooms and beautiful en suite bathroom/shower rooms.

"Bedroom four also has a superb en suite shower room and bedroom six is located off a ground floor sitting room, which boasts a wood burner and French doors to the outside.

North Wales Chronicle: A look insideA look inside (Image: Burnells)
"Off the rear of the main hallway are outside covered steps with glazed balustrading to 1 side, with a glazed door opening into the rear garden, and which leads to a superb garden/games room which has a featured large dome skylight together with wide corner patio doors to two sides opening onto the rear garden; useful store room.

North Wales Chronicle: The house looks picture perfectThe house looks picture perfect (Image: Burnells)

"To the first floor is a galleried landing with W.C., and off which is: A magnificent kitchen/diner with a range of polished granite and copper worktops, and base cupboards with large central island unit, and includes an electric induction hob, two electric double ovens beneath, two warming drawers, two dishwashers, a boiling tap and integrated double fridge freezers; wide feature bi-fold doors with glazed Apex to the front frame magnificent views over Rhoscolyn Bay towards the Llyn Peninsula and Snowdonia, giving access onto a sizeable balcony with glazed balustrading."

North Wales Chronicle: Kitchen breakfast barKitchen breakfast bar (Image: Burnells)
The description adds: "There are further bi-fold doors to the right-hand side beneath a glazed Apex, also framing beautiful rural views giving access onto a second balcony with glazed balustrading, having an external staircase leading down to the garden.

North Wales Chronicle: The perfect place for a hot soakThe perfect place for a hot soak (Image: Burnells)

"The landing leads onto a beautiful lounge which has various skylights including bi-fold doors which open onto a further beautiful balcony, with glazed balustrading overlooking Rhoscolyn Beach and enjoying stunning views across the Irish Sea to the Llyn Peninsula and Snowdonia.

North Wales Chronicle: One of the bedroomsOne of the bedrooms (Image: Burnells)
"There is a raised wood burning stove, glass fronted to two sides serving the adjoining snug/study, which has oak cladding to the base of walls.

"This magnificent property, which enjoys a superb position, is let through Sykes Holidays and produces a substantial secondary income.

"Viewing cannot be more strongly recommended."