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Gors Road, Towyn, Conwy

  •   2 bed
  •   2 bath
  •   2 receptions

This detached bungalow is situated on the fringes of the popular coastal town of Towyn. Close to open countryside and within approximatel ...

Key features

  • Detached bungalow
  • Countryside views
  • Two bedrooms
  • Ensuite
  • Large driveway
  • Utility
  • Garage With Electric Roller Door
  • Tenure - Freehold
  • Council tax - D
  • EPC - TBC

Full property description


This detached bungalow is situated on the fringes of the popular coastal town of Towyn. Close to open countryside and within approximately two miles of Abergele town centre with all local amenities. The A55 Expressway is easily accessed to give a quick commute or to take in the beautiful scenery the North Wales coastline has to offer. The seafront and coastal walks are within walking distance of the bungalow. This detached bungalow has ample parking and lawned front and back gardens. Two large bedrooms one with ensuite, open lounge diner opening into a conservatory and a kitchen with the benefit of a utility room and serving hatch. This property has uPVC double glazing and gas central heating throughout, making this the perfect home. 


Entering the property through a porch with tiled flooring. UPVC double glazed door gives access into the hall, which has two storage cupboards, coved ceiling, lighting, power point and loft hatch.

LOUNGE - 4.95m x 4.66m (16'2" x 15'3")

Large bay window overlooking the front garden. Two radiators, lighting, power points and newly fitted carpets. With archway leading into the;

DINING ROOM - 3.31m x 3.64m (10'10" x 11'11")

Leading on from the lounge, patio doors give views out to the garden. A serving hatch through to the kitchen. Coved ceiling, power points, radiator and lighting. Leading into;


With sliding doors opening onto the patio area of the garden.

KITCHEN - 3.63m x 3.31m (11'10" x 10'10")

A range of wall and base units with worktop over. Built into a corner sits a cooker with hob and extractor fan over. One and a half sink with drainer and tap over. Window overlooking the rear garden, part tiled walls, small breakfast bar, radiator, power points and lighting. Space for fridge and freezer. Door through to;

UTILITY ROOM - 1.49m x 3.04m (4'10" x 9'11")

A range of wall and base units. Belfast sink with taps over. Space and plumbing for a washing machine and space for a fridge/freezer. Obscured window and back door leading onto the garden.

BEDROOM ONE - 3.54m x 3.35m (11'7" x 10'11")

With coved ceiling, lighting, power points, telephone point and radiator. Window overlooking the front elevation. Door leads into;

ENSUITE - 2.47m x 0.86m (8'1" x 2'9")

Three piece suite comprising of a low flush wc, pedestal was hand basin and shower cubicle. The walls are fully tiled and there is lighing, grab rail and obscured window. 

BEDROOM TWO - 2.87m x 3.93m (9'4" x 12'10")

Radiator, outlook over the back garden and power points.

BATHROOM - 2.48m x 2.05m (8'1" x 6'8")

Comprising of a low flush wc, pedestal wash hand basin and a panelled bath. The walls are fully tiled. There is an obscured uPVC window in here with a radiator and lighting.


Electric roller garage door. Personal door and window. The boiler is housed in here with lighting and power points. 


To the front there is a large lawned area enclosed by a low brick wall and hedging with paved slabs leading to the front porch and down both sides of the property to timber gates that give access to the rear garden. There is a large driveway providing parking for several vehicles that leads to a single garage. Side gates give access to the rear garden which is mainly laid to lawn and enclosed by hedge and timber fencing. There is a paved patio area, timber shed and greenhouse. The garden is low maintenance but a real suntrap.


Mains electric, gas, drainage and water meter are believed available or connected to the property. All services and appliances not tested by the selling agent.


From the Abergele office bear right onto Market Street and proceed through the two sets of traffic lights and continue to the roundabout taking the second exit towards the village of Rhuddlan. After about three quarters of a mile, bear left signposted Towyn and proceed along the lane. The property will be found on the right hand side.

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