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4 bedroom detached house for sale

86, Tan Y Bryn Road, Rhos on Sea, LL28 4TU

£525,000

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Tenure: Freehold

An imposing and attractive four bedroom detached property originally constructed as an Art Deco house, this lovely home now embraces modern contemporary styling creating an elegant home for today's lifestyle with its clean lines and neutral decor. The garden is equally stunning.

The property is approached via a winding driveway bordered by a superb terraced rockery with an abundance of Mediterranean plants for all year round show. Being the most elevated property in the area ensures 360 degree views of sea, coast and countryside which can be enjoyed from the large windows throughout the property which create a light and airy home.

On first entering the house it is evident that here is something a little different. The curved walls of the entrance hall are attractive and the brightness when entering is noticeable, enhanced by the use of beautiful hardwood maple flooring throughout. Double glazed and with most of the ground floor having Pilkington self cleaning glass, the home is warm and comfortable with cavity insulation, plentiful free hot water provided by solar panels and extensive insulation to the loft.

The kitchen/breakfast room is a joy - maple wood is used for the comprehensive range of quality floor and wall units complemented by granite work surfaces. Top of the range appliances by Miele and Neff include microwave combination oven, separate grill and further oven, coffee machine and warming drawer, American fridge freezer, dishwasher and extractor hood above a gas hob, however one¿s attention and interest are pulled by the breathtaking views of the coast and Little Orme from the large picture window. The sunset views here are simply stunning.

The rear porch with further exceptional views has a chest freezer and adjoins the utility room, which is plumbed for a washing machine and dryer plus storage.

The light and spacious sun lounge has large all-round windows looking towards Bryn Euryn mountain, a Site of Special Scientific Interest, with a view of the ancient monument of Llys Euryn in the foreground. French doors lead to the side terrace and patio seating area. Look to the left and the trees of Upper Colwyn Bay and the zoo are clearly visible.

The dining room with its attractive bay windows looks over Bryn Euryn, Conway Mountain and Snowdonia and also has sunset views. Glazed bi-fold hardwood doors between the central octagonal lounge, the sun lounge and the dining room fold right back to allow the space to flow through the three living rooms, creating a large single area for entertaining.

Also on the ground floor off the hallway are two double bedrooms, both having curved walls which are such a feature of this house - one overlooks the private landscaped gardens, has sea views and a modern three piece shower room en-suite, whilst the second bedroom overlooks the side garden. There is a second bathroom on the ground floor.

On the first floor are an additional two bedrooms, dressing room, four piece bathroom and large floored loft storage area. Bedroom three is an excellent size, again with lovely views and it has the advantage of a large walk in dressing room. Bedroom four, with built in wardrobe, has wonderful sweeping views across the coast towards Rhos and Colwyn Bay. On the landing is a linen cupboard and a modern four piece bathroom in white.

As will be seen from the floor-plan, it would be relatively easy to convert the accommodation in the future to make all four of the bedrooms en-suite.

Outside, the gardens and terraces are colourful, well stocked and well maintained. The rear gardens are laid out with lawns, a fountain and a series of flower beds. There are seven fruit trees, seven types of soft fruit, and over twenty herbs flourish here. There is a raised decked area at the end of the garden with panoramic harbour views of Rhos on Sea and the sands and pier of Colwyn Bay - a perfect place to enjoy a glass of wine as the sun goes down.

The driveway has been resurfaced recently and provides ample parking. The garage, which runs underneath the property, houses the central heating condensing boiler and has an additional work room for hobbies or is convertible to an office having electricity, water and natural light from the windows.

From the terraced rockery at the front approach, there are steps up to the rear porch with access to the utility area and kitchen, whilst gravel paths and stone steps wind round the rockery to the rear garden.

This is an outstanding, substantial property which has been significantly upgraded in recent years and the owners have ensured that the fabric of the building is brought up a high standard. Soffits and gutters have been replaced with uPVC for low maintenance, and all the outside rendering has been replaced. Likewise the water main (water is now metered), gas main, and phone cabling to the house have all been replaced within the last two years. The property carries a high rating EPC.

This is a property that has it all, including a great location. It is just a short drive from the beach and shops of Rhos on Sea and Penrhyn Bay and a few minutes further on to the town of Llandudno. There is a local convenience store 100 metres away.

Just five minutes from the A55 and should London call its only three hours on the intercity train from Colwyn Bay.

From the A55 turn off at Rhos on Sea junction 20, following signs to Llandudno past a mini roundabout. At the first large roundabout turn left up Ebberston Road West and at the end turn right into Tan y Bryn Road. The property is at the top of the hill on the right hand side.

FREEHOLD
EPC: C69


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22 May 2015

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