4 bedroom detached house for saleLlandwrog, Caernarfon, North Wales
- HELP TO BUY WALES AVAILABLE
- Sea Views Across Open Countryside - Plots 4,5,6 & 7
- Superior Detached Family Residences
- Luxury Homes With Many Optional Extras
- 4 Bedrooms, 2 En-suites, Family Bathroom & Wc
- Open Plan Lounge/Kitchen/Dining Room With Bi-Folding Doors
- A-Rated Windows & Air Source Central Heating
- Garage, Off Road Parking & Gardens
- Glazed Balcony On Selected Plots
- Assurance Of 10 Year LABC Guarantee
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THE DEVELOPMENT These superbly designed four bedroom executive homes are being built to an exceptionally high standard with quality finishes throughout and the modern construction methods ensure that the properties will be extremely efficient to run with a predicted EPC rating of B. Externally the houses are all slightly different designs giving each an individual feel. All feature silicone render which is stain resistant, aspects of indigenous stone, cedar cladding, galvanised down pipes and grey finished Accoya timber windows with a factory finish Remmers paint system. Buff set paviour pathways will surround the properties, with a patio to the rear and a tarmac driveway with parking for two cars leading to the garage with automatic roller door. Each plot will be fenced with timber fencing and there will be lawns laid to the front and rear. The houses will be served by an Air Source heat pump which will provide the heating and hot water with under floor heating to the ground floor and radiators to the first floor.
Access to the property is via an impressive hallway with double height glazing flooding the space with light, a staircase with a half landing leads to the first floor. The open plan living space has bi-fold doors to the patio bringing the outside in and floor to ceiling windows taking advantage of the views in those properties facing the coast and overlooking the gardens in the others. Bespoke kitchens will be fitted with the new home owners having input into the style and design with a wide range of units and worktops available. The open plan living space is complemented by a room to the front of the property which could either be used as a snug, study or playroom. A utility room and cloakroom complete the downstairs accommodation. The master bedroom suite, comprises: a generous bedroom, dressing room and en-suite shower room. Bedroom two has an en suite shower room. Two further bedrooms and a family bathroom complete the first floor accommodation.
PROPERTY TYPE 1 Plots 5/6/7: Include an engineered oak staircase, engineered oak flooring to the ground floor, stone tiles to the bathroom, en-suites and kitchen, oak doors and chrome window and door furniture. The master bedroom and bedroom 2 lead to the glazed balcony which looks out over rolling countryside to the sea. Price £375,000
PROPERTY TYPE 2 Plots 8 & 9: Include stone tiles to the bathroom, en-suites and kitchen, chrome window and door furniture. In plot 9 the master bedroom and bedroom 2 lead to the glazed balcony which looks out towards the mountain. An engineered oak staircase, engineered oak flooring to the ground floor and oak doors can be included as extras. Prices £299,950 or £239,960 utilising Help To Buy Wales
SITE This exciting development is being delivered by a reputable company that pride themselves on producing homes to an exacting high standard and quality of service. Located in the heart of the village of Llandwrog this select development will comprise of six detached four bedroomed executive houses four of which will have views to the Coast. The remainder of the site will have one detached and two semi-detached three storey houses which are being sold under the affordable housing scheme. This scheme enables local first time buyers to get a foot on the housing ladder.
The historical village of Llandwrog, standing under a mile from the superb beach at Dinas Dinlle offers a remarkable insight into a community dominated by its church. Dating back hundreds of years with a number of gravestones inscribed during the 18th century, it's the architecture that really catches the eye, supported by numerous other dwellings located within close proximity, many of which display certain architectural qualities and are themselves listed buildings. It's the preservation of this heritage which makes Llandwrog such a special place. The village pub, which sits opposite the church has also garnered quite a reputation for its rustic charms and good food. The village is also home to a thriving community primary school.
It's a picturesque setting, nestled within the countryside and yet within walking distance of the coastline and beach. Nearby Dinas Dinlle (it's where the beach is) has an Iron age hill fort and Roman ruins located on a National Trust site - the views from here are spectacular, giving you 360º views out to sea, taking in the striking coastline and the magnificent Snowdonia mountain range. The area is renowned for its family fun with wind and kite surfing on its long sandy blue flag beach a favourite pastime. Dinas Dinlle is also home to Caernarfon airport which runs pleasure flights, a private flying school and museum. Of course, the mountains of Snowdonia just have to be experienced if you live in these parts and there's no better place than Llandwrog to be able to access this remarkable National Park. By taking the B4418 eastwards through the Nantlle Valley, you'll be able to marvel at the Snowdon Massif and have access to some hidden gems such as the Gwynant and Aberglaslyn Valley.
Llandwrog lies just a few miles south of the Royal town of Caernarfon with the Foryd Bay nature reserve positioned just north of the village, a tidal inlet frequented by a whole host of sea birds which may interest the 'twitchers' among you whilst satisfying those who enjoy bracing fresh sea air and rock pool exploring! The Wales coastal path passes nearby which follows the coastline towards the Llyn Peninsula, passing nearby the Iron Age hill fort at Tre'r Ceiri which overlooks the old mining village of Trefor. Of course, if you follow this route, you'll reach the tip of the Peninsula and greeted by miles of ocean and the unique island of Bardsey which has a history all its own. Heading north from Llandwrog, as mentioned you'll reach the castle town of Caernarfon with its splendid 13th century castle. Caernarfon of course is a major tourist draw and some of the narrow streets within the castle walls will delight any visitor, offering a unique shopping experience and a host of cafes, bars and restaurants. But that's not all, Caernarfon has a marina, a dockside theatre and all manner of leisure facilities ranging from indoor climbing and karting.
DEVELOPER Williams Homes is a family business based in Bala, Gwynedd. Their background is in traditional building methods, however following their continued expansion they have now opened a joinery workshop which produces timber frame houses, doors and windows in their purpose-built factory unit. All their joinery and frames are produced by time served traditional joiners. All the panel designs are independently tested and supplied with a NHBC hb353b certificate. All joinery products can be finished in a choice of Teknos paint and stain finishes. Teknos is a sophisticated painting system, which allows the timber to move without cracking the paint. Their complete supply and fit service helps to reduce the amount of errors which are associated with house building. Being the supplier of the frame and windows puts the responsibility on them to make sure that everything is coordinated so that the house becomes a sealed shell as soon as possible.
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