A three bedroom semi-detached house in need of modernisation, situated within a moments’ walk of Abergele town centre!! NO ONWARD CHAIN!
Council Tax Band
C – Average £1,494.96
The property comprises a timber frame door opening into an entrance porch with tiled flooring, a uPVC door opening into a well-lit hallway, a lounge with bay window & open fireplace, a second reception room overlooking the rear garden, a ‘Galley’ style kitchen with fitted units, access to the rear garden via the kitchen and a ground floor WC.
To the first floor are two double bedrooms, a single bedroom and a family bathroom.
The property also benefits from gas central heating via a ‘Worcester’ boiler, double glazing throughout, har standing off road parking and a large North West facing rear garden laid to lawn.
Conveniently located on Llwyn Morfa, the property is within a moments’ walk of Abergele Town Centre, provides easy access to the local infant, primary and secondary schools, a range of local shops, gastro pubs, cafes and other local amenities. The A55 is within 0.3 miles for those looking to commute along the North Wales Coast.
A key feature of the property would be its’ rental income. Calculated at £700 PCM with a sale price of £110,000 the property would achieve a healthy 7.6% yeild!
3.86m x 3.51m (12’8 x 11’6)
3.61m x 3.02m (11’10 x 9’11)
2.34m x 2.31m (7’8 x 7’7)
2.31m x 0.91m (7’7 x 3′)
3.43m x 3.25m (11’3 x 10’8)
3.61m x 3.53m (11’10 x 11’7)
2.36m x 2.08m (7’9 x 6’10)
1.88m x 1.83m (6’2 x 6′)
Abergele is a small market town, situated on the North Wales Coast between the holiday resorts of Colwyn Bay and Rhyl, in the Conwy County Borough. Its northern suburb of Pensarn lies on the Irish Sea coast and is known for its beach, where it is claimed by some that a ghost ship has been sighted. Abergele and Pensarn railway station serves both resorts.
Abergele lies just off the A55 and is well known for Gwrych Castle. The town is surrounded by woodland covered hillsides, which contain caves where you can find the rare Lesser Horseshoe Bat. The highest hill is Moelfre Isaf (1040 ft) to the south of the town. There are also outstanding views from Cefn-yr-Ogof, Tower Hill and Castell Cawr (known locally as Tan-y-Gopa). Castell Cawr is an Iron age hillfort, one of several in the area.
Abergele (including Pensarn) has a population of around 10,000 and is part of the Abergele/Rhyl/Prestatyn urban area with a population of 64,000. Approximately 29% of Abergele has a significant knowledge of Welsh. The town also has satellite villages such as Saint George, Betws yn Rhos, Rhyd-y-foel, Belgrano, Llanddulas and Llanfair Talhaiarn. (Source: Wikipedia Oct’19)
About Prys Jones & Booth
Prys Jones and Booth, Chartered Surveyors and Estate Agents are an independent company in Abergele offering considerable experience in all aspects of Residential and Commercial Property. Whilst based principally in Abergele, we operate throughout North Wales, including the towns of Rhyl, Colwyn Bay, Llanddulas, Llanfair TH, Prestatyn, St Asaph, Towyn, Kinmel Bay, Llandudno and other surrounding areas.
Prys Jones & Booth, Chartered Surveyors and Estate Agents were founded in 1974 and have been a mainstay on the Abergele high street ever since.
David Prys Jones FRICS and Iwan Prys Jones Bsc. PGDM, MRICS are full members of the RICS with specialist expertise in professional home surveys, commercial property surveys / valuations. Please contact us today to discuss our competitive fees.
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