- SEMI DETACHED HOUSE
- FREEHOLD - COUNCIL TAX BAND C - EPC D
- THREE BEDROOMS
- LOUNGE, OPEN PLAN KITCHEN/DINER
- CONTEMPORARY STYLE 4 PIECE BATHROOM
- LOVELY SUNNY BACK GARDEN
- VIEWS TO CONWY MOUNTAIN
No.15 is a neat and tidy, well presented, three bedroom semi-detached home, situated in a sprawling village location, set below the Conwy Mountain and Sychnant Pass, in between Conwy & Penmaenmawr. The property offers good size accommodation with gas central heating and uPVC double glazing. Lovely sunny back garden and garage.Nice sunny back garden, views of Conwy mountain and glimpses of Puffin Island, all from this really neat & tidy 3 bed semi. No.15 is a very neat & tidy, well presented 1970’s, semi-detached home, situated in a sprawling village location, set below the Conwy Mountain and Sychnant Pass, in between Conwy & Penmaenmawr. The property offers good size accommodation with gas central heating and uPVC double glazing with :- Lounge, Open Plan Fitted Kitchen/Diner, 3 Bedrooms (one is currently set up as a Home Office), contemporary styled 4 piece Bathroom with Tub Bath and Walk in Shower, plus a large tandem 2 car Garage and Driveway parking for 2 vehicles. Nice rear garden with two terraces and a central mature lawn, secure fenced boundaries. Set between the beach and the hillside, a great place to relax and enjoy. Material Facts FREEHOLD - Land Registry Title No CYM33842 EPC - D COUNCIL TAX BAND C Location The sprawling village of Dwygyfylchi is set just off the A55 Expressway and so has easy access to Bangor University, Ysbyty Gwynedd and Ysbyty Glan Clwyd. Within the immediate area is a small parade of local shops, a Junior School and just up the road at the foot of the famous Sychnant Pass, is a Pub/Restaurant. There are some amazing walks either up onto the mountain side with spectacular views or down to the sandy beach which stretches for a mile or so at low tide to Penmaenmawr Point and the other way to Conway Morfa. The sunsets over Puffin Island and the Penmon Lighthouse are just spectacular. The small town of Penmaemawr, about 3 miles away, offers a range of facilities and the busy walled town of Conwy, a World heritage Site, is only about a 10 minute drive.