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A boatman's cottage in stunning Anglesey beachside spot

The coastal location 'only adds to the feeling of adventure, privacy and isolation'

The Rhoscolyn cottage is on sale for offers in excess of £620,000

An old boatman's cottage in a stunning position on the Anglesey coast has gone up for sale. Tŷ Maen stands on a sea wall on the edge of Rhoscolyn.

Steps lead down from the cottage to a secluded beach, a short distance away from the main bay in the town. While it is possible to access the property by car, this is limited by the tides which, the listing reads, "only adds to the feeling of adventure, privacy and isolation."

The listing goes on to say: "The current owners purchased the property about 40 years ago and embarked on a sympathetic rebuild of the original structure. Since then it has been carefully maintained and provides a wonderful holiday home.

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"Boatman’s cottage is small but beautifully formed and the white washed walls and grey slate roof are accented by a blue painted front door and shutters. The front door opens into a lobby providing a link to all the living space.

"On the ground floor is a bedroom, bathroom and an attractive open-plan living room with French doors opening onto a paved terrace which is perfect for dining and sunbathing. Two steps lead down from the living room to the well equipped kitchen."

It is on sale for £620,000. You can take a virtual tour of the property with our gallery below. For more information, you can view the listing here.