Caernarfon Estate Agent

About Ian Wyn-Jones

Selling a property can be overwhelming but it’s important to make sure you choose the right team to help you. That’s why, with my local knowledge, dominant presence in Caernarfon, marketing expertise and personal touch, I am confident that not only have I sold countless properties like yours in the past but that I can sell yours quickly and for the best possible price.

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Why choose me to sell your Caernarfon home?

What makes me different to other estate agents in Caernarfon? I believe it’s my ability to turn a house into a home and make dreams come true when marketing your property. I understand the emotional rollercoaster that comes with buying or selling a property, and my job is to provide guidance and expertise for every step of the process.

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About Caernarfon

Caernarfon is home to Wales’ most famous castle and an UNESCO World Heritage Site. The mighty Caernarfon Castle commands the lion’s share of attention, but the town’s narrow streets and stylishly redeveloped waterfront also merit a visit too. The castle, built in the 13th century by Edward I as a royal palace and military fortress that was at the core of a medieval walled town. The Romans left their mark too – 1000 years earlier they constructed their fort of Segontium on the hill above.

Other attractions include Welsh Highland Railway (which runs for 25 miles to Porthmadog), Hwylfan Fun Centre and the scenic Lôn Eifion recreational cycle route. Waterside Doc Fictoria is home to Galeri (contemporary arts complex with theatre and cinema). The Caernarfon Record Office has archives of Gwynedd (documents, images, maps and newspapers) stretching back 400 years. Cae’r Gors at nearby Rhosgadfan was home of Kate Roberts, one of Wales’s most celebrated writers.

Local Attractions

Caernarfon Castle

A brute of a fortress. Caernarfon Castle’s pumped-up appearance is unashamedly muscle-bound and intimidating. Picking a fight with this massive structure would have been a daunting prospect. By throwing his weight around in stone, King Edward I created what is surely one of the most impressive of Welsh Castles. Worthy of World Heritage status no less!

Anglesey Sea Zoo

Your family won’t feel like a fish out of water on this day out. Discover what lurks at the bottom of the Irish Sea at Anglesey Sea Zoo.

Rather than large sharks, tropical fish or sea turtles take the time to discover fascinating creatures from around the coast in the UK. There’s far more to our waters than you might think including octopus, lobster, spiny seahorses, conger eels and even small cat sharks! You can learn all about these animals in the daily talks, feeding display, and interactive sessions.

Llanddwyn Bay

At Llanddwyn Bay during the summer season they have trained wardens scanning the shore with binoculars or even riding jet-skis, meaning swimming here is very safe. Llandwyn Bay is a spectacular sweep of sand and has amazing views out across the mountains of the Lleyn Peninsula.

Ian Wyn-Jones, covering North Wales, Caernarfon, Llangefni, Bangor, Pwllheli, Holyhead and surrounding areas.