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Anwyl Homes’ new South Stack development couldn’t be more well-suited for new homeowners, with their 85 years of experience creating homes and putting their customers first. We employ local tradespeople when setting about developing land so as to create developments of new houses for sale, such as this one situated near Holyhead. In our experience we know exactly what features and build priorities appeal to those new to an existing community, as well as determining an architectural viewpoint on how the structure can remain sympathetic to the immediate environs in terms of look and feel.

Property Developments in South Stack

This north-western corner of North Wales is a beautiful setting for a home; twice removed from the mainland courtesy of the Menai Straits and a narrow, winding channel which separates Holy Island from the body of Anglesey itself. Nature and history enthusiasts will be pleased to learn that the town of Holyhead harbours means of universal recognition, including being home to what’s claimed to be the oldest lifeboat house in the world, host of the National Eisteddfod in 1927 and former fortification of one of the Roman Empire’s many outposts. On top of that, there’s the post road built by Thomas Telford from London to Holyhead which substantially strengthened the Anglesey town’s position as the port from which the Royal Mail was dispatched to and from Dublin on the Mail coach.

Holyhead once thrived on the provision of aluminium ore shipped far and wide, today its famous port ensures that the town continues to prosper. Indeed both the Stena Line and Irish Ferries have a large presence in the docks of Holyhead, which act as sea-based gateways to passengers looking to cross the Irish Sea to Dublin. Other vital employers in Holyhead include Holyhead Boatyard, Gwynedd Shipping and Eaton Electrical. New retail developments have replaced former industries in terms of major sources of employment opportunities to the town’s inhabitants, as Holyhead moves with the times.

Why to Choose Our Houses in Congleton

Here at Anwyl Homes’ brand new South Stack development, the houses we offer are keeping pace with the demands of contemporary lifestyles. Our much sought-after homes provide spacious, thoughtful and open-plan modern designs, including integral features and design elements which will enhance any present and future-proof living space. Harnessing a selection of kitchen and dining area concepts to choose from; the new houses for sale at South Stack in Holyhead also boast impressive lounges, bedrooms and bathrooms. What’s more, the exteriors to these new Anwyl Homesafford potential new home buyers off-road parking and/or a garage, and abundance of outdoor space for a growing family.

With your new Anwyl Home, you can rest assured that you and your family will always be covered thanks to the protection offered by a 10-year structural NHBC Build mark warranty. In addition to this comes further peace of mind in the shape of our very own, Anwyl Homes 2-year warranty, which takes care of any faults or defects which might materialise around your new home. The former on the other hand safeguards against the event of any structural damage or consequences of the unforeseen forces of nature. This service forms an integral part  of our on-going commitment to new buyers of our houses, a feature in our industry-leading service which has been recognised on many an occasion, including  UK Housing, LABC Awards, Housebuilder and Housing Innovation Awards.

Facilities and Local Amenities

This tailor-made approach and application to constructing your home will ensure that you and your family end up living in a unique property, whilst at the same time knowing that the overall development sits perfectly within the local Anglesey surroundings. Holyhead Mountain sits at on the western side of Holy Island; it is the highest peak in the county at 722 feet. Nearby is South Stacks island itself;a rugged and remote outcrop after which this latest Anwyl Homes development takes its name. Here visitors can enjoy sublime views, invigorating walks and experiencing the island’s lighthouse.

Meanwhile there’s the Breakwater Country Park, Maritime Museum, Mountain Hut Circles and much more adventure-led sporting activities you can actively participate in, including   coasteering, climbing, kayaking. Those who are interested in alternative pastimes will be pleased with Holyhead’s retail opportunities, along with its selection of pubs, cafes, bars and restaurants. Primary and secondary schools are found within a short distance of the South Stacks development, while there are transport links that commuters and day-trippers can use to travel along the North Wales coastline to Chester and beyond.

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