Providing professional property services in Rhyl, we are a local multi award-winning estate agency dedicated to achieving the best results whether you are buying property or selling your home.
Selling property in Rhyl
The committed team at Peter Large are proud to share their knowledge and expertise about selling homes in Rhyl to guide you through the process. We will ensure you understand what is going on and that you are informed every step of the way.
From providing detailed property valuations backed with local market knowledge to creating impressive marketing materials all the way through to the sales completion stage, we will be doing so at the highest standard.
Your circumstance is unique to you and we can provide a service that meets your needs. Whether it is your first time selling property in Rhyl or you need to sell your property quickly, we understand that one service does not fit all.
For buyers who are looking to move to Rhyl, we’ve created a local area information guide below so you get to know the seaside town.
Rhyl has been a popular seaside resort since the Victorian times. Like all resorts it has evolved and offers wide open beaches which stretch for miles and a superb promenade with many facilities in place.
There is a range of highly rated schools to choose from, which include the likes of Rhyl High School, Emmanuel County Primary School, Christ the Word Catholic School, Ysgol Bryn Hedydd and others.
Activities and leisure
The town’s contemporary face is best illustrated by Rhyl Harbour, a former historic timber yard which has been redeveloped into a busy hub of activity for residents and tourists, playing host to a promenade, café and the spectacular Pont y Ddraig bridge – a magnet for boating enthusiasts with fishing and boat trips readily available.
The nearby Rhuddlan Castle, built in 1277, is an architectural masterpiece and one of North Wales’ most prized historic assets.
2 miles of sandy coastline can be enjoyed at Rhyl Beach, whose eastern point is the location of the Sea Aquarium, one of the region’s most popular aquariums. Other family-friendly locations include the newly built SC2 indoor waterpark and leisure centre; Rhyl Miniature Railway; funfairs; arcades; Rhyl Pavilion; a cinema; and the 12 hectare Rhyl Marine Lake, offering sailing, canoeing, water-skiing, play areas and walking trails.
A mixture of restaurants, pubs and cafes are located throughout the town as well as independent and chain shops, some of which can be found in the indoor markets or the White Rose Shopping Centre.
It is a fantastic connection point for the rest of North Wales and the country, home to its own railway station. There are frequent services to many destinations and a direct link to Holyhead Manchester and London. The A55 stands within 3 miles and makes for easy commuting to all the North Wales coastal towns and Chester is about 30 miles away. The route 5 cycle path runs through the town.