The Lime Kiln, Red Wharf Bay, Anglesey

by Webmaster, 19th February 2018

Architectural imagination has turned an old lime kiln into this quirky, spacious home, with balconies and large windows making the best of the striking views

This extraordinary looking property is a must-see for anyone who likes their homes quirky and luxurious. The former lime kiln on the eastern side of Anglesey has been restored and developed to retain its original style while creating somewhere comfortable, bright and spacious. 

And what’s more, The Lime Kiln – as it’s appropriately named – has far reaching views across nearby Red Wharf Bay and the island’s rural landscapes. 

The ground floor is dominated by a large open plan kitchen, dining room and living room, arranged in an L-shape, which is flooded with light thanks to the bi-fold doors that lead to the terrace outside. 

The living room has a vaulted ceiling and a wood burner, while the kitchen has top-notch appliances, and units under black polished granite work surfaces. There’s also another lounge on this floor and a double bedroom with en-suite shower room. 

The master bedroom is on the first floor, complete with balcony, dressing room with fitted wardrobes and an en-suite shower room. There’s also a third bedroom and a family bathroom on this level. 

The top floor consists of just a bedroom, but one that enjoys the best views of the lot, complete with a balcony overlooking the fine landscape. 

A separate building is home to a studio which could be used as a games room, office space or as extra accommodation, as it has its own kitchen, toilet and shower room, and – as an added bonus – a sauna. 

Outside there are lawns, patios and a large parking area in front of the garage – situated in the lower ground floor of the house. 

The Lime Kiln might appear removed from civilisation, but it’s actually just 10 minutes’ drive from the town of Menai Bridge, where there are plenty of amenities, and from the A55 Expressway that takes you across North Wales. 

If you enjoy a place that oozes character, as well as far reaching views and comfy living, then this house might be the place that ticks all the right boxes.



At a glance…

The Lime Kiln: A converted lime kiln with extensions, an open plan living area and views across Red Wharf Bay 

Bedrooms: Four in total – two with en-suite shower rooms and two with balconies 

Land: Lawns, a terrace, a patio and a studio with its own sauna and shower room 

Location: Eastern Anglesey, seven miles from Menai Bridge 

Price: Guide price of £800,000 

Agents: Jackson-Stops, tel: 01244 328361; www.jackson-stops.co.uk



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