Coastal Anglesey estate with farmland goes on market for £7.8m
Bodior Estate includes 312 acres of farmland, 263 acres of woodland, a private beach and a grade two-listed country house.
Savills is accepting offers of above £7.75m for the 639-acre coastal property in Rhoscolyn. Bodior Estate dates back to the 16th century. The land is owned by the Bulmer family, who purchased it from the Hampton-Lewis family around 1950.
“Bodior is a very unique offering – its coastal position, close to the highly desirable Rhoscolyn on Holy Island, means there are endless amenity, leisure and environmental opportunities,” said Rhydian Scurlock-Jones, rural director at Savills.
The estate generates additional income from a series of cottages and houses that are used as holiday lets.
Produce grown on the estate is sold at a farm shop on the land as well as “through a leading supermarket brand”, according to Scurlock-Jones. He added that the estate “achieves a premium price for its native breeds”.
“Conservation has always played a big part in how Bodior is managed and farmed due to its huge diversity of wildlife,” he said. “The farming system focuses on sympathetic stocking rates, restoring traditional field boundaries and managing and planting hedgerows.”