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Bodlondeb Castle, Llandudno, LL30

Offers Over £220,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Bespoke Apartment
  • Grade I I Listed Building
  • Far Reaching Views
  • Communal Hall & Gardens
  • Open Plan Hall & Lounge
  • Kitchen/Diner & Mezzanine
  • Bedroom With En-Suite
  • Secure Parking

Full description

Modern style top floor apartment located in a most impressive Grade II listed building known as Bodlondeb Castle. Situated within easy reach of the centre of Llandudno with local shops, Victorian Promenade and The Great Orme. Offering far reaching views towards the West Shore area of Llandudno and the surrounding mountain range. The main accommodation includes: Reception hall, guest shower room, open plan living area with lounge, kitchen and stairs to upper mezzanine study or bedroom two. Spacious master bedroom with a large en-suite bathroom. Electric heating and sash style windows. This is a most impressive apartment set in a unique building which is steeped in history dating as far back as 1837. There is a grand main reception hall with wide tread stairwell and feature fireplace. To the outside of the building there is a secured parking area and communal gardens.

Entrance Porch

Telephone entry system.

Communal Reception Hall

The building has kept most of it's original features and this can be seen mainly in the communal entrance way with it's marble stairway, main central leaded window feature to ceiling and open fireplace. There are also original leaded light windows, parque timber flooring and wall lighting. Decorative cornice and ceiling decoration.

The Bramt Apt 7

Reception hall with engineered oak flooring leading to the open plan living area. Radiator.

Shower Room

Large walk in shower unit with screen door, shower and tiled walls. Low level W.C and wash basin with mixer tap. Part tiled walls and ceramic tiled flooring. Frosted glass window. Heated towel rail. Spotlighting to the ceiling.

Open Plan Living Area

5.33m x 5.31m (17'6 x 17'5 )

Vaulted ceiling. Two single glazed sash style windows with far reaching views towards The West Shore of Llandudno and mountain range beyond. Engineered Oak flooring and contemporary radiators. Spotlighting to the ceiling and additional wall lighting. Television point. Stairway to upper:

Mezzanine Level

3.84m x 1.52m (12'7 x 5'0 )

Pitched roof with limited head room in parts. Fitted cupboards. Velux window with views towards The Great Orme. Inset lighting.


3.43m x 2.74m (11'3 x 9'0 )

A modern style range of kitchen units and appliances to include: base, wall, larder and drawer units. Integrated dishwasher, built-in electric oven and microwave. Worktop with inset one and half bowl stainless sink and mixer tap. Electric 4 ring halogen hob and extractor hood. Spotlighting to the ceiling. Single glazed sash style window with front aspect view. Built in storage cupboard housing hot water tank.

Master Bedroom

20' max x 14'4 max (6.10m max x 4.37m max)

Single glazed sash window with front aspect views towards the West Shore of Llandudno and mountain ranges. Fitted with a range of wardrobes, bedside units and drawers. Door to:


2.59m x 2.59m (8'6 x 8'6 )

Modern contemporary bathroom suite comprising jacuzzi bath, large double width shower cubicle with with screen door, tiled walls and shower attachment. Low level W.C with soft close lid and wash basin. Part tiled walls, ceramic tiled flooring and heated towel rail. Velux window and spotlighting to the ceiling.


Within the grounds of the building there is a secure parking space allocated to this apartment. The car park is situated behind electrically operated gates. There is also a front garden with established flower beds and steps leading to the main entrance.
There are nine apartments within the main building and an additional six cottages located at the rear of the building, these are all attached to the main building and share management fees.

Agents Notes

We have been informed by the vendor that the apartment is a leasehold property and there is a management company in place to care for the buildings affairs. The vendor has informed us that the service charge for the apartment is 483 per quarter and this covers building insurance, cleaning and maintenance of the communal areas and gardens.

History Of The Building

The building does have an interesting and widespread history. It was known locally as Davies Folly after Thomas Davies who built the property. The main wing of the building is said to be commissioned in 1897 by Edward Prince of Wales. The interior features of the building are mainly in the Scottish Baronial style and still includes some fine examples of feature stained glass windows. The castle has existed as many things in it's wide history as well as being used for a private house, school, a military hospital in the first world war, hotel and then from 1931 it was used by the Methodist Church as a retreat for the members. This grand building was developed in 2006 and is now known locally as Bodlondeb Castle.


From our office in Madoc Street, Llandudno turn right and proceed towards the end of this road. Continue straight ahead at the road junction passing over Lloyd Street into Chapel Street. At the top of Chapel Street continue ahead over the mini roundabout to the end of Arvon Ave. Turn right and then left into Church Walks. Bodlondeb Castle can be found just after the Tram Station on your right hand side.

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