A large traditional farmhouse which date from the 16th century and has been extended. The accommodation has the opportunity to be used as one large 6 bedroom family home or split to provide a three bedroom family home with a separate two bedroom holiday let unit. In brief the accommodation comprises, to the ground floor main area, entrance hall, lounge, dining/sitting room, Large farmhouse kitchen, utility room, two bedrooms both with en-suites and a study. In the annexe area there is a further lounge and sitting room, a dining room, kitchen and a utility room. To the first floor in the main part of the property is a double bedroom, a shower room and a crogloft which is suitable for use as a forth bedroom. In the annexe first floor are two bedrooms and a bathroom. Externally there is a wide range of outbuildings including but not limited to 15 stables, a large garage and workshop complete with car lift, a menage and grazing paddocks with land up to around 16 acres, a further park home suitable for letting as a holiday let and another small barn that has been adapted to provide a further opportunity to aquire income from air bnb. With the equestrian provision that this property has along with its easy access to the beach from its own land there is a further opportunity to capilise on the equestrian tourism market within this very popular tourist location. There are also areas of garden and patio providing an ideal and tranquil setting to take in the beautiful location and views. Accommodation - The property is decorated to a good standard with many traditional featuers in this well maintained farmhouse retained in good condition. Due to the elongated nature of the property many of the bedrooms and reception rooms benefit from panoramic views over the coastline of Red Wharf Bay. As the property owns the land stretching down to the beach it is worth noting that the view can never been built over unless the owner of Coch Y Mieri does so themselves and that access to the beach can never be prevented. Within the grounds there is a further self contained one bedroom Bothy attached to the stables, two static caravans and a 16th century stone Hovel. Gardens And Grounds - The property is accessed via a tree lined gravelled driveway providing access to the land, off road parking, outbuildings and main house. For a good look at the land, outbuildings and outside of the property please take a look at our aerial tour. The borders of the land are separated to their neighbours by a combination of established hedgerows and fencing. There are natural springs and a pond on site. Equestrian Facilities - Conveniently located away from the homestead lies a goodly range of agricultural buildings providing general storage for fodder, feed and machinery, tack rooms and stabling for approximately 15 horses. A ménage with sand surface and post and rail fencing gives a useful exercising space adjacent to the stable yards not to mention endless access to bridle paths, woodland and of course sandy beaches.