A stunning 18th century mid-terrace cottage situated in the heart of the highly sought after conservation village of St George. SOUTH FACING GARDEN & VACANT POSESSION!!
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C – £1,543.71
The property comprises a timber frame door constructed of solid oak with brass knocker of King George IV opening into a welcoming entrance hall with open staircase and picture rails, off he hallway is a cosy and versatile sitting room that could be utilised as a home office. A large lounge bursting with natural light, a wonderful exposed wooden beam that gives the lounge real character and an open fireplace fitted with a wooden mantle, built up brick hearth finished with tiles to set the scene for an ideal cosy evening with a good book. Off the lounge is an open plan kitchen/breakfast room, fitted with floor mounted units and offering ample room for a kitchen appliances, access to the rear garden can be found by way of a timber frame door in the kitchen or uPVC double glazed ‘French doors’ opening from the breakfast room.
The first floor comprises of a primary bedroom overlooking the stunning Parish Church of St George to the front aspect while benefiting from fitted wardrobes and a useful storage cupboard, a second bedroom also with the benefit of fitted wardrobes and looks onto the front aspect of the property, a third bedroom with views of the ready garden and paddock that lies beyond, a dressing room and a partially tiled family bathroom with a cast iron bath and above bath electric shower.
The property also benefits from electric heating, double glazing throughout, low maintenance flower beds that line the front aspect of the property and for all the sun worshipers, a SOUTH FACING tiered rear garden with stone chippings and laid to lawn with a useful patio area ideal for outdoor entertaining with friends and family.
A key feature of the property would be its location. Situated in the quaint conservation village of St George this 18th Century cottage is the perfect spot to set up your country retreat. The Kinmel Arms bistro is within a moments walk, along with the local primary school & Parish Church. A few minutes drive away is the larger town of Abergele offering access to a wide range of local shops, gastro pubs, cafes and other local amenities.
There are plenty of walking routes on offer for those looking to spend their day exploring the local area and the award winning Pensarn beach is within driving distance providing access to the coastal path.
East & Westbound access to the A55 is located only 2.1 miles away if you are looking to commute along the North Wales Coast.
PROSPECTIVE BUYERS PREFERED TO BE NOT IN A CHAIN
5.87m x 5.33m (19’3 x 17’6)
5.46m x 1.78m (17’11 x 5’10)
2.24m x 1.57m (7’4 x 5’2)
4.34m x 2.51m (14’3 x 8’3)
3.40m x 3.10m (11’2 x 10’2)
3.18m x 1.60m (10’5 x 5’3)
3.05m x 1.65m (10′ x 5’5)
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)
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