A fantastic opportunity to acquire this two bedroom, detached bungalow with a pre-application enquiry, highly likely to be approved for full planning permission to demolish the existing dwelling and erect a 3 bedroom dormer bungalow offering open plan living.
B – Average £1,351
The 0.116 acre corner plot is set within a popular residential area of Kinmel Bay. A pre-application enquiry has been submitted REF: ENQ30190 with the proposed development to ‘demolish the existing timber framed dwelling and erection of a replacement dwelling including new pedestrian and vehicular access’. Plans for a 3 bedroom dwelling have been drawn. Larger copies of the plans can be seen by request. At present sits a two bedroom detached bungalow. The current bungalow consists of 2 bedrooms, a fitted kitchen, a wet room, office area and lounge leading out into a conservatory.
Proposed accommodation, subject to full planning permission consists of; Ground floor – Entrance Porch leading into an entrance hall with stairs to first floor landing, a utility area, a spacious and versatile kitchen/living/dining area, a ground floor bedroom and a ground floor WC. The first floor comprises a primary bedroom with en-suite bathroom, a second bedroom and a family bathroom.
The property will also benefit from a well proportioned garden and off road parking
Situated in Kinmel Bay which offers a range of shops, public houses and schools. The towns of Abergele and Rhyl are close by where you will find a wider range of shops and recreational facilities. The A55 is close by and offers a link-up to main motorways.
It is stated in the pre planning enquiry ‘ There would be no objection in principle to redevelopment at this location. It is therefore considered that the principle for having a replacement dwelling could be acceptable subject to compliance with development plan policies and other planning considerations including flood risk.
About Kinmel Bay
Kinmel Bay, also known as Bae Cinmel, is a popular seaside resort situated on the beautiful North Wales Coast.
The town was originally called Foryd before it grew in size, and was named after the former train station.
A ship, La Nave Reyes said to be part of the Spanish Armada and under the command of the Duke of Medina Sidonia, sunk in the River Clwyd near Kinmel Bay in 1588 with the loss of 220,000 pesos of gold and silver. These coins are still being found today!
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