The views, according to the locals, are absolutely fantastic – and indeed, the estate agent’s particulars agree, saying that the property commands “superb country and coastal views”.
However, the £199,950 three-bedroom bungalow, on the market with Anglesey firm Williams and Goodwin, sits slap bang in front of a 350ft TV mast and transmitting station.
The sale details state: “An excellent opportunity to acquire a detached bungalow, situated in an exceptional elevated position enjoying superb coastline views over Anglesey towards Point Lynas.
“The property offers tremendous opportunity for further expansion, subject to the necessary consents, and is situated in a generous-sized garden bordering on to and overlooking open countryside.”
The agency, where former NAEA president Melfyn Williams is partner, does not mention one undoubted plus for the property – excellent TV reception.
But, as long as you believe in the old adage about all publicity being good publicity, the agency has done well, garnering stories and headlines widely across the national press.
Even if the newspapers did use slightly different pictures to the ones on the particulars.