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The Grade II listed former mill on a hill with stunning views that's for sale

The £1,600,000 property dates back to the 16th century, according to the estate agents

The Grade II listed former windmill is on sale for £1,600,000

A Grade II listed former windmill that's been transformed into a luxurious home with stunning views has gone up for sale. Hen Dwr (Old Tower) dates back to the 16th century, according to the estate agents.

Occupying a stunning position on the ridge on Nant Y Gamar Road in Llandudno, the former mill is surrounded by spectacular scenery, overlooking the town below towards the coast. The building was renovated and extended in the 1970's into a spacious five bedroom home. As the gallery below shows, it's been finished to a high standard, with the tower used as a snug/tv room and a bedroom on the floor above.

It's on the market for £1,600,000, which makes it one of the most expensive properties on sale in North Wales. The sale is being handled by Dafydd Hardy who said: "Prepare to be blown away by the magnificent position and fabulous, fabulous views!

"Hen Dwr will undoubtedly capture your imagination and affections in equal measure with all-encompassing landscaped gardens and so much more. Did we mention the windmill? Just book a viewing and all will be revealed!

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"A prime bespoke coastal retreat with far reaching sea and countryside views positioned within a most private and picturesque setting. Hen Dwr is a beautifully appointed and bespoke family home, standing in established gardens on an elevated escarpment.

"A former windmill of stone construction, rendered under a slate tiled roof, with double glazed windows throughout. Hen Dwr has stood proudly on the peak of the hill since the mid 16th Century.

"The gardens of Hen Dwr extend to 1 acre, including raised lavender beds, extensive outbuildings (boat accommodation) and garaging for 4 cars. Development potential for ancillary accommodation subject to the necessary planning consents.

"The house is approached via a long private drive, meandering through the finest of Welsh countryside. Passing through traditional gates, a stone gravel driveway leads to spacious parking, sweeping around the property to reveal breathtaking views across the bay."

For more information, you can view the listing here.