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An impressive moated Manor House Listed Grade II* occupying a tranquil rural position Description Plas Newydd is a fine moated manor house and listed Grade II* being of both historical and architectural importance. Whilst the site supported an earlier house the current property dates from 1632 and was commissioned by Thomas Glynne who had been appointed High Sheriff of Caernarfonshire in 1626. The history of the house is well documented passing from Thomas Glynne to his brother John Glynne who was Lord Chief Justice under Cromwell. The property was tenanted during the 18th century and was extensively re-modelled by Francis Wynne at the end of the 19th century before passing to the Newborough family who subsequently sold the property after the Second World War. Accommodation in Brief • Entrance Hall • Dining Hall • Kitchen with Breakfast Area • Panelled 40ft Drawing Room • Master Bedroom with Dressing Room & Shower room • 3 further double Bedrooms • Family Bathroom & Shower Room Outside • Open Fronted Store • Part Walled Garden • Lawned Areas • Ponds & Woodland • Shared Drive serving neighbouring Cottages • In all about 10.48 acres (4.24 ha) Distances • Caernarfon 6 miles • A55 Expressway 12 miles • Bangor 15 miles • Pwllheli 14 miles • Beaumaris 16 miles • Chester 72 miles Directions (Postcode LL54 5ED) From Caernarfon travel south on the A487 and after 3 miles take the A499 signposted Pwllheli. Continue for a further 3 miles and having passed the entrance to Glynllifon Park the splayed entrance to Plas Newydd will be seen on the left hand side with wrought iron gates. Follow the drive for 1/2 a mile passing through a further set of stone gate-posts and beyond which the drive passes in front of Plas Newydd.
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