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  1. Llangefni, LL77 7XA

    Office for sale

    • P.O.A.
    • 11,434 sq ft ~106 people
    • Air conditioning
    • Car park
    • Climate control
    • Disabled facilities
    • Kitchen

    Bryn Cefni is located in the heart of Anglesey approximately 1 mile south east of Llangefni. The area is serviced by fast links by the A55 dual carriageway and providing a link between North Wales’s corridor and Holyhead’s sea ports.

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  2. High Street, Bangor, North Wales

    Office for sale

    • £199,999
    • 178.96 sq ft ~2 people
    • Kitchen
    • Lounge
    • Restaurant
    • Telephone system
    • Train transport

    Mixed Use Investment Property End Terrace 3 Bed House on Bangors High Street Attached Office with an extensive covered commercial yard Site suitable for re-development (subject to planning consents) House previously let providing income Available with vacant possession

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  3. Cibyn Industrial Estate, Lon Cae Ffynnon, Caernarfon LL55 2BD

    Office for sale

    • £370,000
    • 3,928 sq ft ~36 people
    • Car park
    • Kitchen
    • Lift
    • Modern
    • Office space

    This is a modern multi-purpose office or training facility with a large secure car parking area. The unit provides excellent office space, located on the periphery of the Cibyn Industrial Estate. The building was constructed in 2011 and has accommodation arranged over 2 floors.

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  4. Casita, Allt Goch Bach, Beaumaris

    Office for sale

    • £2,000,000
    • 3.7 acres
    • Car park

    Beaumaris is a pleasant coastal town that is considered to be one of the most desirable residential areas in Anglesey. It is located within the Isle of Anglesey approximately 4.5 miles north east of the Menai Bridge, 7 miles north of Bangor and 17 miles east of Anglesey., Beaumaris is a popular tourist destination with a range of independent shops and local amenities. There are a number of leisure facilities in the area including golf courses and The Royal Anglesey Yacht Club. Beaumaris also has a castle dating back some 700 years., The A545 runs through the town and provides access to junction 8 of the A55 (North Wales Expressway) some 5.5 miles to the south west., Gross site area approximately 1.49 ha (3.7 acres), Planning permission for 35 residential apartments, Pleasant town location, Sea front position with views over the Menai Straits, The site extends to some 1.49 ha (3.7 acres). The site is irregular in shape and slopes down towards the waterfront with the existing building on a plateau built into the hill. It benefits from a raised position providing views over the Menai Straits. The site is accessed via Allt Goch Bach leading to a tree lined access road that serves the current building on site. It currently comprises a former care home with a tarmac parking area to the side. The remainder of the site is largely grass land with a number of trees around the border and surrounding the exsting building. It is bound by Allt Goch Bach to the north, a chapel to the east, the A545 to the south and grass / woodland to the west.

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  5. Nant Peris, Llanberis, North Wales

    Office for sale

    • £50,000
    • Grade II
    • Kitchen
    • Restaurant
    • Spacious
    • Telephone system

    The village of Nant Peris (the old village of Llanberis) is situated at the foot of the dramatic valley that bears its name. This magnificent valley with steep sides dissects the Snowdon Massif to the right and the Glyder range to the left. The valley is home to some of the worlds' most famous and challenging rock climbs, somewhere Chris Bonington frequented when he was younger to sample the delights of Snowdonia and the fabulous mountainscape. The village has a public house and is served by a regular bus service which also ventures into the National Park. A short drive away is the village of Llanberis, a bustling village home to the famous rack and pinion steam railway that pulls its way to the summit of Snowdon. Llanberis has a varied range of amenities with village stores along with famous outdoor outlets, a wide range of restaurants, pubs, museums and a primary school. Historic Caernarfon town lies approximately 10 miles distant together with a secondary school and leisure facilities. The university city of Bangor can also be easily reached from the locality.

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