An exciting opportunity to acquire ‘Glynton’ a traditional 1950s, spacious three bedroom detached bungalow that has been the home of the current owner for nearly 50 years. Situated on the outer confines of Glan Conwy in a tranquil, semi rural location and stands on a large garden plot of approximately one acre. The site is ideal for residential development for around seven properties (subject to the relevant planning approval). The current owner has made a pre- application enquiry to Conwy County Borough Council and has received a favourable response, details of which can be viewed in our office. The bungalow in brief comprises; entrance hall, large lounge, kitchen/ breakfast room, dining room, three bedrooms, conservatory and bathroom. The A55 expressway is within easy reach for ease of commuting to all North Wales coastal towns. Opportunity’s of this nature rarely come to the market and this is certainly an intriguing investment proposition not to be missed.
UPVC DOUBLE GLAZED DOORS INTO ENTRANCE PORCH; With a timber part glazed door with matching side panels into;
ENTRANCE HALL 21′ 9"max x 11′ 1"max (6.63m x 3.38m) With radiator, sky light window, smoke alarm, telephone point, power points, picture rail, built in storage cupboard and doors leading off.
LOUNGE 20′ 4" x 11′ 10" (6.22m x 3.63m) Which enjoys a double aspect with a large double glazed window, enjoying stunning views across to neighbouring countryside and distant hills, double glazed windows to the side, feature 1950’s fireplace with tiled back and hearth and inset fire fitted, TV point, coved ceiling, radiator, carpet and power points.
DINING ROOM 11′ 10" x 9′ 11" (3.63m x 3.03m) With double glazed window, double panel radiator, parquet flooring, picture rail and power points.
KITCHEN 11′ 9" x 9′ 9" (3.60m x 2.99m) With a range of fitted wall and base units with work top surfaces over, electric cooker point, space and plumbing for washing machine, oil fired central heating boiler, space for fridge, inset stainless steel single drainer sink, space for small dining table, double glazed window, power points and door leading into;
CONSERVATORY 12′ 6" x 7′ 3" (3.83m x 2.21m) Which is full double glazed with quarry tiled floor and double glazed door, power points and double glazed door leading out to the garden.
BEDROOM ONE 13′ 3"max x 13′ 1"into bay (4.04m x 4.00m) With aspect to the rear, enjoying views across the neighbouring countryside, radiator, telephone point, picture rail, a range of fitted wardrobes, carpet and power points.
BEDROOM TWO 12′ 11"into bay x 12′ 1" (3.96m x 3.69m) With double glazed bay window to the rear, enjoying views across the neighbouring countryside, radiator, parquet flooring, built in storage cupboard and power points.
BEDROOM THREE 12′ 2" x 10′ 1" (3.71m x 3.08m) With two double glazed windows, two radiators, parquet flooring, built in storage cupboard and power points.
BATHROOM 6′ 3" x 6′ 0" (1.91m x 1.84m) Comprising of cast iron bath with shower over and privacy screen, pedestal wash hand basin, part tiled walls, radiator with towel rail and double glazed obscured glass window.
WC 6′ 3" x 2′ 11" (1.91m x 0.89m) With low level WC, radiator, part tiled walls and double glazed obscured glass window.
OUTSIDE The property is approached by wrought iron gates leading to a gravelled and block paved driveway providing off road parking for several vehicles, leading to a double garage with power and light. The front garden is enclosed by stone walling and mature hedging and is mainly laid to lawn, with a mixture of mature trees and well established flower beds. Also to the front of the property is the oil tank. To the rear of the bungalow is a large mostly level garden of around two thirds of an acre which is mainly laid to lawn bordered by mature hedging and trees. There is also a large green house and timber storage shed, vegetable patch and raised established flower beds. There is also an outside water tap. The rear garden offers a prime opportunity for residential development. The current owner has already made a pre application planning enquiry with Conwy County Borough Council and it has received a favourable response, details of which can be viewed at our Llandudno office.
DIRECTIONS On exiting the A55 coming from the direction of Colwyn Bay, at the roundabout take the first exit for Glan Conwy and at the next roundabout take the third exit and continue into Glan Conwy, passing Snowdonia Nurseries on the right hand side. Take the first left then second right onto Top Llan Road then continue up almost to the very top of Top Llan Road. Before it dips down, the property can then be found on the right hand side.
SERVICES The property has oil central heating, mains electric and water are believed available or connected at the property. Drainage is via septic tank. All services have not been tested by the selling agent.