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Clwyd Avenue, Dyserth

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Property Details

This contemporary style detached house occupies a slightly elevated position and stands in one of the sought after areas of the popular village of Dyserth. Dyserth boasts a full array of shops which cater for most everyday needs and is conveniently placed both to the Coast at Prestatyn and the A55 expressway making for ease of commuting to Chester and the motorway network beyond. Designed with the main living accommodation to the first floor, the property takes full advantage of the outstanding views available looking over the Vale of Clwyd towards the distant Snowdonia mountain range and the North Wales coast. Traditionally constructed the property offers every modern refinement with double glazing, central heating and cavity wall insulation. It is tastefully appointed throughout and has been extended to the rear providing good size, versatile accommodation. With landscape gardens adjoining the property is a rare find and can be described as ‘ready to walk into’.


RECEPTION HALL: 20′ 11" maximum x 5′ 10" (6.38m x 1.79m) With parquet flooring, storage cupboard and double panel radiator.

STUDY: 11′ 6" x 8′ 8" (3.53m x 2.65m) With a double glazed window, radiator and power points.

GARAGE: 16′ 11" x 8′ 8" (5.17m x 2.65m) With a personnel door, plumbing for automatic washing machine, power points and a Worcester combination oil fired boiler supplying the radiators and domestic hot water.

INNER RECEPTION HALL: With a radiator and back door leading onto the rear garden.

W.C.: 6′ 0" x 2′ 11" (1.85m x 0.91m) Having a low flush w.c., wash hand basin, radiator and ceramic tiled flooring.

SECOND SITTING ROOM/SNUG: 13′ 7" maximum x 12′ 9" (4.15m x 3.90m) Having a radiator, power points and an outlook over the rear garden.

INNER HALLWAY: Leading to:-

FAMILY BATHROOM: 8′ 11" x 7′ 11" (2.73m x 2.42m) Having a three piece suite in white comprising bath with shower over, low flush w.c. and pedestal wash hand basin. Heated towel rail, linen store cupboard, radiator and access to roof space.

BEDROOM ONE: 12′ 9" x 9′ 7" to wardrobes (3.91m x 2.93m) Having two double fitted wardrobes with part mirror sliding doors, radiator, power points and an outlook over the front of the property with far reaching views towards the hillside of the Vale.

BEDROOM TWO: 11′ 4" maximum x 9′ 10" (3.46m x 3.01m) Having a radiator, power points and a double glazed window with an outlook over the rear garden.

BEDROOM THREE: 12′ 10" x 7′ 4" (3.93m x 2.24m) With a radiator, double glazed window overlooking the front and power points.


LOUNGE: 15′ 9" x 14′ 11" (4.82m x 4.55m) With a large double glazed picture window providing a splendid panorama looking out over the Vale of Clwyd towards the Irish Sea, Great Orme and Snowdonia beyond. Radiators, power points and a real flame coal effect fitted gas fire in an Adams style feature fireplace.

Door leads onto a balcony to the front of the property with far reaching views.

KITCHEN WITH BREAKFAST ROOM: 12′ 10" x 9′ 6" (3.92m x 2.91m) Having a wealth of wall, drawer and base units with worktop surface over, stainless steel sink unit, power points, tiled splash backs, integrated dishwasher, double glazed window overlooking the rear garden, tile effect cushioned floor covering and a double panel radiator.

CONSERVATORY: 12′ 9" x 8′ 6" (3.89m x 2.61m) With a radiator, terracotta style cushioned flooring, outlook over the rear of the property and secluded garden towards Moel Hirradug.

OUTSIDE: To the front of the property is a driveway providing ample off road parking leading to a garage. The garden to the front is easily managed being laid to lawn with an extra gravelled parking area. The garden to the rear is professionally landscaped and low maintenance with high natural hedging affording seclusion, raised borders, raised paved patio, timber store and lawned.

DIRECTIONS: From the Prestatyn office bear left onto Meliden Road and proceed through the village of Meliden. After about two miles bear left at the traffic lights onto Waterfall Road proceeding past the waterfall and up the hill to the crossroads. At the crossroads continue over onto St Aspah Road proceed along turning left onto Ffordd Ffynnon and next left into Clwyd Avenue where the property can be seen on the right hand side.

SERVICES: Mains water, electric and drainage are believed available or connected to the property. Heating is by way of oil. Services and appliances are not tested by the Selling Agent.


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