Property of the week

Didn't we have a lovely time...

Tregarne, a three-bedroom detached house near Bangor, on Anglesey, was built by the owner's grandfather in 1910. It looks fetchingly exotic with its pink-washed walls and graceful clump of small palm trees. An oil-fired Aga in the breakfast room supplies the hot water as well as being used for cooking and there are tiled fireplaces, built-in cupboards and a good old-fashioned boxroom. Vegetables come from the garden and water from a well, pumped into the domestic system, but there's mains drainage and electricity. Outside there is a garage block, with store and hayloft above. pounds 10,000 has just been knocked off the price, making it now pounds 119,000. Details from Dafydd Hardy (01248 371212).