One of the last working windmills built on Anglesey has gone up for sale. Melin Newydd is a four storey Grade II listed mill that's been converted into a four bedroom home.

The old mill at the heart of the island in Bodffordd is part of a holiday let business that includes two cottages and two acres of land that are also included in the sale. The site is on the market for £850,000 with the sale handled by Savills.

The mill itself dates back to 1833. It was previously owned by the former owner of the well-known Bodorgan Estate, Owen John Augustus Fuller Meyrick, who’s initials remain above the door, according to the listing.

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The Savills listing goes on to say: "It is thought the windmill was operated as a fully functioning mill until the early 1920’s when it closed due to storm damage and was then used to provide shelter for grazing cattle.

"The property was then purchased by the family of the current owners in 2003 and planning permission was granted in 2006 to convert the mill and two outbuildings into dwellings for holiday use.

"The restoration of the buildings then began in 2010 with the conversion of the windmill documented in George Clarke’s Channel 4 programme ‘Restoration Man’. An opportunity now exists for someone to own, enjoy and realise the further potential of this historic property and adjoining two-acre paddock."

For more information on the sale, you can view the listing here.

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