Bishops Walk, St. Asaph

House · Sold
£275,000
Sold

A SPACIOUS three bedroom detached house situated on the ever popular residential estate of Bishops Walk. Within walking distance of St Asaph town centre. Planning permission has been granted to extend the first floor making the property a four bedroom with primary en-suite and balcony with STUNNING VIEWS overlooking the Elwy Valley!! Great family forever home.

Tenure

Freehold

Council Tax Band

E – Est £2122.57

Property Description

The property comprises a uPVC double glazed door opening into a well lit, welcoming hallway with a large ground floor WC, a bright & spacious lounge benefiting from a feature multi fuel burner fireplace with wooden mantle, sliding doors opening from the lounge into a garden conservatory with stunning open countryside views over the Elwy valley, a semi open plan kitchen/dining room with high gloss kitchen units, integrated fridge/freezer, dishwasher, Belfast sink and ample room for a ‘Range’ style gas cooker, a utility area is located towards the rear of the garage that is accessible via the kitchen, a snug style room is also located towards the rear of the property via the garage and a ground floor primary bedroom with French doors allowing access to the rear garden.

To the first floor is a second bedroom, also with views of the Elwy valley and the benefit of fitted wardrobes, a third bedroom again with fitted wardrobes, a useful ‘linen’ closet located on the landing and a fully tiled family bathroom with above bath shower.

The property also benefits from gas central heating via a ‘Worcester’ combi boiler, double glazing throughout, a deceptively large garage and hard-standing off road parking for multiple vehicles, a lawned front garden and a private, enclosed SOUTH WEST facing rear garden that enjoys far reaching, open countryside views of the Elwy valley, perfect for soaking up the last of the evening sun.

Th property has been lovingly maintained and tastefully decorated by the current vendors to present in superb condition throughout.

Key Feature

A key feature of the property would be its location. Situated on the ever popular Bishops Walk Estate, the property is conveniently located within a few minutes walk of Ysgol Glan Clwyd in the quaint cathedral city of St Asaph. A wide range of local shops, restaurants, gastro pubs and a local leisure centre with an all weather pitch are well within walking distance as well as easy access to the A55 for those looking to commute along the North Wales coast.

Planning permission has been granted to extend the first floor making the property a four bedroom with primary en-suite and balcony overlooking the Elwy Valley!!

Lounge

6.35m x 3.51m (20’10 x 11’6)

Dining Room

2.72m x 2.72m (8’11 x 8’11)

Kitchen

3.18m x 2.72m (10’5 x 8’11)

Snug

3.43m x 2.69m (11’3 x 8’10)

Conservatory

4.98m x 2.69m (16’4 x 8’10)

Ground Floor Bathroom

1.78m x 1.65m (5’10 x 5’5)

Bedroom 1 (Ground Floor)

6.30m x 2.92m (20’8 x 9’7)

Bedroom 2

4.57m x 2.90m (15′ x 9’6)

Bedroom 3

2.92m x 2.74m (9’7 x 9′)

Bathroom

1.96m x 1.73m (6’5 x 5’8)

St Asaph

St Asaph is a city and community on the River Elwy in Denbighshire, Wales. In the 2011 Census it had a population of 3,355 making it the second-smallest city in Britain in terms of population and urban area.

The earliest inhabitants of the vale of Elwy lived at the nearby Paleolithic site of Pontnewydd (Bontnewydd), which was excavated from 1978 by a team from the University of Wales, led by Stephen Aldhouse Green. Teeth and part of a jawbone excavated in 1981 were dated to 225,000 years ago. This site is the most north-western site in Eurasia for remains of early hominids and is considered of international importance. Based on the morphology and age of the teeth, particularly the evidence of taurodontism, the teeth are believed to belong to a group of Neanderthals who hunted game in the vale of Elwy in an interglacial period.

The well known St Asaph cathedral has had a chequered history. In the 13th century, the troops of Edward I of England burnt the cathedral almost to the ground, and in 1402 Owain Glyndwr’s troops went on the rampage, causing severe damage to the furnishings and fittings. Two hundred and fifty years later, during the Commonwealth, the building was used to house farm animals: pigs, cattle and horses.
(Source Wikipedia 8-2020)

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