7 Bedrooms / 4 Bathrooms / 5 Reception
Ty Fry is a Manor House in a lovely and sheltered setting and has the proportions of a wonderful family home. The house retains a number of original features and outside also the structure of important 17th century gardens, which were created by enhancing natural rock forms at the site. The current owners have cleared the land to reveal the old gardens, which are carpeted with snowdrops in the spring, with narcissus, daffodils and bluebells followed by wild flowers in the summer. The gardens provide glorious walks, are a wildlife haven and a playground for gardeners, historians, birdwatchers, those needing a retreat or a paradise for children.
The property consists of:
• Ty Fry, the Manor house
• Ty Fry Cottage
• The Old Dower house
• Kitchen gardens
• Inner gardens around the house extending out to additional structured woodland gardens
• Old Mill Pool with its weir wall and the original mill-race (the wheel pit is filled in with shale)
• Organic hay-meadows
• Private Drive
• Cottage Drive
Supplementary Incomes could come from:
Renting out the cottage
Renting out allotments in the Kitchen gardens
Artists studios (in the buildings South of the old Dower House) etc
Cookery and Gardening Courses
Open gardens including for wildlife, wildflowers, artists, retreats, history groups, gardening groups
Snowdrop garden openings as Ty Fry has some of the most extensive snowdrop gardens in the UK.
The Dower house was built onto a detached dove cote, which was used partly as the staircase wing in a similar fashion to the way the main house was fashioned using existing wings at the site. During restoration we found chimneys in the gable ends, panes of the original window glass and sash window weights, part of an old stone fireplace etc.
Ty Fry is Absolutely ideal for dogs as there is a generous run incorporated into the hedging and secured with high wire fence panels at one end of the kitchen gardens, plus wonderful walks all over the property.
There is plenty of organic pasture for keeping ‘hobby’ livestock. The pastures are currently managed as organic hayfields and wildflower and wildlife reserves.
Ideally positioned for quick access to schools, hospitals, A55, Bangor Station, all supermarkets and stores, Menai Bridge, Red Wharf Bay and the beaches there, Beaumaris, trips from Holyhead over to Ireland etc.
Council Tax Main House Band: F 2019/2020 £ EPC: Grade 2 Star Listed Exempt
Council Tax Cottage Band:C 2019/20 £
Drainage- Private Septic Tank
Central Heating - Oil Fired
From Our Office In Menai Bridge Proceed Out Of The Town Along Dale Street And At The Roundabout Take The 3rd Exit Signposted For Amlwch. Follow The Road Up The Hill To The Next Roundabout. Take The 3rd Exit Signposted For Amlwch A5025. Follow This Road For Around 3.5 Miles & Take The Next Left Turn To The Village Of Rhoscefnhir. Follow The Road For Around 0.5 Miles And The Entrance To The Drive Can Be Seen On Your Right Hand Side. Sat Nav LL75 8YT