A modern semi-detached one bedroom house, built by Dodwell Homes, forming part of a small courtyard development of similar homes accessed from the main development of larger detached houses. Situated in the top corner the property backs onto a small copse and open pasture land benefiting from far reaching views over the surrounding countryside. The accommodation is well presented and comprises; Covered entrance porch, reception hall, fitted kitchen, lounge, sun room overlooking the garden and enjoying the views, rear porch, cloakroom, converted garage providing additional living space/study (currently utilized as a 2nd bedroom by the current owners), to the first floor there is a raised store area, double bedroom enjoying the lovely countryside views and bathroom. Also benefiting from double glazing, gas central heating, rear paved garden overlooking the fields which are owned by the National Trust so could not be built on in the future, side gravelled seating area with additional storage to the front of the converted garage. Early viewings highly recommended to appreciate what this lovely home has to offer, suitable to an array of buyers with no ongoing chain.
Far reaching countryside views
Entrance Porch x . Covered entrance with block paved flooring, gas and electric meters.
Entrance Hall x . Inner front door into the entrance hall. Radiator, panelled ceiling with down lighter, laminate floor, alarm system. Double glazed window, stairs leading up to the first floor landing, door to;
Kitchen 10'11" x 7'10" (3.33m x 2.39m). Front aspect window with distant views towards Glan Conwy, fitted with a range of base and wall cupboards with oak style panelled door and drawer fronts, chrome handles, wood block style work surfaces, inset stainless steel sink, four ring gas burner hob and electric oven, fitted Ideal Logic combination gas fired boiler (installed within the last 5 yrs), space and plumbing for washing machine, space for fridge/freezer, part tiled back plate in cream ceramics. Door leading into:
Lounge 10'11" x 13'7" (3.33m x 4.14m). Rear aspect window looking through to open grazing land opposite with Bodysgallen woods as a back drop, a second front aspect window over looking the drive with distant views of Glan Conwy, coved ceiling, central fireplace with fitted wall mounted electric flame effect fire, radiator, laminate flooring, wall lights. Sliding double glazed doors lead into:
Sunroom 9'1" x 7'3" (2.77m x 2.2m). Rear aspect with extensive views over the surrounding grazing land with Bodysgallen woods as a back drop, radiator, laminate flooring, panelled ceiling. Leading into:
Rear Porch 3'8" x 7'3" (1.12m x 2.2m). Double glazed uPVC rear door opening out onto the rear patio garden. Laminate flooring, ceiling light. Glazed roof, access into;
WC 3'8" x 3'10" (1.12m x 1.17m). Double glazed window with patterned glass. Laminate flooring, ceiling light. Low level WC, wash hand basin.
Converted Garage/Study/Guest Room 8' x 12'5" (2.44m x 3.78m). Converted garage space which is utilized by the current owners as an additional bedroom (No Building Regulations). An ideal reception room/study/gym. Double glazed Velux window. Ceiling light.
Landing x . Staircase leading off from the entrance hallway. Timber panelled ceiling. Ceiling light. Halfway up the staircase;
Recess Area/Landing 7'8" x 4'11" (2.34m x 1.5m). Limited head room. Ceiling light. Ideal storage area
Bedroom 10'10" x 8'11" (3.3m x 2.72m). Rear aspect window with extensive views over surrounding National Trust Land/Countryside. Coved ceiling, access to loft space, radiator.
Bathroom 7'8" x 6'4" (2.34m x 1.93m). Peach coloured three piece suite with panelled bath, close couple WC, pedestal wash hand basin with shaver light over, mainly tiled or plastic panelled surround, Velux style roof window, radiator, storage cupboard with fitted shelving 2'5" x 2'7", laminate style vinyl flooring.
Externally x . Front; Driveway parking for one car. Rear; laid to a flagged terrace 15'8" x 12'10" plus space for storage area, concrete and timber fencing to end boundary and timber and concrete post fencing to shared boundary. Backing onto small copse and pasture land which enjoys the most spectacular countryside views. To the front of the converted garage is still the up and over panelled door providing a storage area.