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Property Description

Key features

  • Outstanding Detached House of Quality
  • Set in Large Mature Private Grounds
  • Superb Coastal and Hill Views
  • Beautifully Appointed Interior
  • Reception Hall - 3 Reception Rooms
  • Kitchen and Domestic Rooms
  • 4 Double Sized Bedrooms
  • Large Bathroom - Gas C.H
  • Double Glazing - Garage - Parking

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Particulars of a truly outstanding DETACHED HOUSE of quality, built in the 1930's during the age of craftsmen. Oak House occupies a prominent corner site, on the outskirts of the village, slightly elevated and enjoying panoramic views over the village and out to the sea with the hills in the distance. With many original features of the period still remaining in the house, this is an exceptional home of large proportions which must be viewed. Briefly the accommodation affords PORCH - HALL - CLOAKROOM - DINING ROOM - DRAWING ROOM - BREAKFAST ROOM - FITTED KITCHEN - DOMESTIC ROOMS - 4 DOUBLE BEDROOMS - LARGE BATHROOM - GAS C.H - DOUBLE GLAZING - GARAGE. The gardens are a particular feature being well stocked, private with patio areas. The shops and amenities in the village are within easy reach. CB5389.

Open Front Porch with black and white tiled floor, fine views over the village and to sea, bevelled glass double doors to Porch, tiled floor, leaded window, coved ceilings, HALL with central heating radiator, leaded window, coved ceilings,

W.C, wash hand basin, leaded window, gas central heating boiler, under stairs cupboard

Dining Room:
5.23m (17ft 2in) x 5.03m (16ft 6in)
Double aspect room with fine views over the village, out to sea and the hills, exposed floorboards, coved ceilings, central heating radiator, mahogany fireplace surround with marble back and hearth

Drawing Room:
6.6m (21ft 8in) x 3.58m (11ft 9in)
Featuring a deep inglenook brick fireplace, quaint leaded windows either side, coved ceilings, double glazed side bay window overlooking the distant hill views, 2 central heating radiators, double glazed patio doors

Breakfast Room:
4.6m (15ft 1in) x 3.25m (10ft 8in)
Tiled floor, double glazed bay window to front aspect overlooking the views over the village, out to sea and distant hills, leaded side window, central heating radiator, log effect gas fire

Fitted Kitchen:
3.53m (11ft 7in) x 3.45m (11ft 4in)
Range of light oak base cupboards and drawers with granite work top surfaces, Belfast sink unit, asect over the rear garden, range of Bosch kitchen appliances included, mosaic tiled surround, cooker extractor hood, carousel unit

Rear Porch:
Double glazed back door, personal door to garage, W.C, and Garden Store, Utility Room with wash hand basin and plumbing for washing machine

Staircase from Hall to First Floor and :Landing, central heating radiator, original leaded window

Bedroom 1:
5.31m (17ft 5in) x 5.08m (16ft 8in)
Double aspect room with fine views over the village, out to sea and distant hills, central heating radiator

Bedroom 2:
6.71m (22ft 0in) x 3.56m (11ft 8in)
Double glazed window and 2 double glazed windows to the rear, central heating radiator, fitted walk in double shower cubicle with shower unit, wash hand basin, part tiled walls

View From Bedrooms
Bedroom 3:
4.62m (15ft 2in) x 3.56m (11ft 8in)
Double glazed window to front aspect and 2 leaded side windows, fine views to the sea and hills, central heating radiator, 2 double doored wardrobes with 4 top cupboards

Bedroom 4:
3.86m (12ft 8in) x 3.23m (10ft 7in)
Double glazed window, central heating radiator, fine views, 5 mirror doored wardrobes

3.68m (12ft 1in) x 3.33m (10ft 11in)
Panel bath and tiled surround set in arched recess and mirror, w.c, bidet, vanity wash hand basin, double glazed leaded window, vanity cupboard, Mira shower unit, shower cubicle, central heating radiator, cylinder airing cupboard, illuminated mirror

Driveway leading to the Brick Garage with tiled pitched roof, up and over door, power & light laid on, parking space.

Views From House
Oak House is set in large mature gardens to front side and rear with established lawns, private and secluded, flower borders and plants, flagged patio terrace, rockeries, outide lighting and tap, fruit trees and rose trees

Patio Area
From our Colwyn Bay office proceed through the town centre into Old Colwyn village. After the Aldi Supermarket turn right into Bodelwyddan Avenue passing the Doctors Surgery on the left. Continue to the top of the hill turning right then left into Peulwys Avenue where Oak House is the first house on the right.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
24 June 2012

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