An impressive mansion in a popular holiday destination for people from Liverpool is now on the market.
The country mansion, which is in need of renovation, is based in Anglesey – an island in Wales which is a hot-spot for tourists located off the mainland's northwest coast.
Anglesey is well known for its beaches and ancient sites and continues to attract holidaymakers.
And now an imposing mansion could make for an ideal staycation getaway while the coronavirus pandemic continues.
The Anglesey mansion has been described as a "super-investment" for the right buyer, reports North Wales Live.
Caerau is a late 17th Century mansion, complete with a two-storey servant wing.
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The Grade II listed site lies in Llanfairynghornwy and was once in the hands of Bulkeley family but has been empty for years.
The impressive building offers a wealth of opportunity and potential.
The estate has planning permission to be turned into a high-end tourism resort with spa.
Its listing on easyProperty said: "One of the most impressive country estates in the heart of Anglesey with that touch of difference – this will be a super investment."
Ian Wyn Jones, from easyProperty, said: "It has consent and we are in discussion with high end parks – I don't expect this will be on the market for long.
"This has real potential, perhaps as a boutique hotel or even a house for someone.
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"This is not a small job but they get it right and invest in this it could be an incredible opportunity."
The mansion is on the market with offers over £1.2 million.
It include stables and further servant quarters with a range of traditional stone and slate outbuildings suitable for conversion.
The estate covers 24 acres of land.