Peter Large are your local, independent estate agent in Prestatyn. If you are looking to find your dream home or sell your property, we are here to help.
Selling property in Prestatyn
Being passionate property people, our team are dedicated to achieving the best results. Whether you are selling property for the first time or looking to sell your long term family home, we can accommodate and provide a service that is unique to you and your circumstances.
From the moment you get in touch, to providing an accurate valuation all the way to completing the sale of your property, you will be kept in the loop at every stage. We have been selling homes for many years and this has allowed us to provide expert advice and guidance so you are making informed decisions.
Using the latest technology, we are able to ensure we reach a larger audience using virtual property tours and we create exceptional marketing. Our proactive team will highlight your property in the best light including point out local amenities in Prestatyn which matter to the buyer.
Get to know Prestatyn with our local area guide below.
Prestatyn is one of the most popular tourist locations along the North Wales Coast due to its beautiful sandy beaches, vibrant town centre and abundance of family-friendly facilities. The town has its own train station which enables easy access throughout the region with direct links to Holyhead, Manchester and London.
Numerous Pubs, restaurants and cafés service the town. The town’s shopping proposition is characterised by a blend of the old and the new. A range of brilliant independent shops – from gifts to pet stores; deli’s; cheesemongers; butchers and bakers – line the streets, whilst Park Prestatyn is around the corner, a contemporary retail park which hosts M&S; Next; Boots; Costa Coffee; Tesco; Superdrug and more.
Schools in Prestatyn cater to a range of age groups and both English and Welsh speaking students. They include Bodnant Community School; Ysgol Penmorfa; Ysgol Y Llys; and Prestatyn High School, one of the country’s largest educational establishments with over 1,800 pupils and 250 staff. Senior public schooling is available at Rydal Penrhos Colwyn Bay and The Kings School Chester.
Activities and leisure
Notable highlights include The Scala Cinema and Arts Centre, an all-encompassing arts and performance venue which hosts Wales’ first ever fully digital 3D cinema with live performance screenings from all over the world, live theatre and events throughout the year. The Nova Leisure Centre, which is home to a play area and swimming pool, sits at the end of the Offa’s Dyke Path overlooking extensive blue flag beaches and the Irish sea.
Crazy Golf and bowling alleys are also available to enjoy. Prestatyn also boasts an 18 hole links golf course and a further 9 hole facility in the neighbouring village of Meliden.
Prestatyn stands within 3 miles of the A55 coastal highway which makes for easy commuting to all the North Wales coastal towns, Chester and the motorway network beyond. The train and bus stations offer direct links to Holyhead, Manchester and London.
The cycle Route 5 runs from Prestatyn along the coast to Bangor.