AN EXPANSIVE farmhouse on Anglesey is heading to auction this week with a guide price of £500,000.

The sprawling four-bedroom home, along with multiple outbuildings, sits on the edge of Wales’ most famous village Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch, or Llanfairpwllgwyngyll for short.

Known worldwide for its tongue-twisting name, thousands of tourists flock to the picturesque spot every year for photographs next to the 58-letter long railway station sign.

The original property, named Tyddyn Fadog, underwent a significant overhaul by the current owners in 2009. Arranged in a 'C' shape, several outbuildings have been converted into extra bedrooms and living areas.

An attached farm building has also been redesigned into a self-contained annex, boasting an impressive, vaulted ceiling and patio doors opening on both sides.


The site at Tyddyn Fadog boasts a selection of outbuildings that remain unused, presenting an ideal opportunity for further development.

Agents Auction House Wales said: “Tyddyn Fadog offers a promising prospect for any investor. With the renovation of these structures, the site has the potential to generate income by offering holiday accommodation options.”

Tyddyn Fadog goes up for sale by online auction with Auction House Wales on Wednesday, December 13.