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£285,000 (Guide Price)

Kinmel Avenue, Abergele, Conwy

  •   4 bed
  •   1 bath
  •   3 receptions

A substantial family house within the popular town of Abergele, a quintessential market town renowned for its neighbouring beaches, hilltop views a ...

Key features

  • No forward chain
  • Semi detached house
  • Plenty of potential
  • Three reception rooms
  • Four bedrooms
  • All windows are uPVC double glazed
  • Garage and gardens
  • Freehold
  • EPC rating - D
  • Council tax band - E

Full property description

A substantial family house within the popular town of Abergele, a quintessential market town renowned for its neighbouring beaches, hilltop views and wide range of historic sites which include the 19thcentury 250 acre Gwyrch Castle. This charming property, built in the 1920's, has space in abundance, together with period features including decorative coved ceilings, picture rails, deep skirtings, original doors and fireplaces. The house has been extremely well maintained and benefits from gas central heating and uPVC double glazing with accommodation spread over three floors including three reception rooms, a fitted kitchen, four bedrooms and a modern shower room. The gardens are neat and level with driveway parking and a detached garage. Convenience is key with access to the A55 Expressway, a regular bus service and train station all within a short distance. Abergele is a popular town with excellent schools for all age groups, a busy main street with a variety of shops including Tesco supermarket, library, golf course.

Porch

A uPVC double glazed entrance porch with a slate roof and brick walls, set to the side of the property.

Entrance Hall

This impressive hallway has a coved ceiling, smoke alarm, radiator, power points and rustic floor boards.

Cloakroom

Fitted with low flush wc and wash hand basin.

Lounge - 3.53m x 5.17m (11'6" x 16'11")

Of large dimensions with coved decorative ceiling, bay window with stained glass, picture rail, deep skirting boards, two radiators, power points and rustic floor boards. Electric 'log effect' fire fitted within decorative tiled fireplace and hearth.

Second reception room - 2.77m x 3.18m (9'1" x 10'5")

A glazed sliding door opens to this versatile room with coved ceiling, window to the front, picture rail, deep skirting boards, radiator, power points and rustic floor boards.

Dining Room - 3.07m x 3.51m (10'0" x 11'6")

The third reception room. Window with stained glass overlooking the garden, picture rail, deep skirting boards, radiator, power points and rustic floor boards. Gas 'coal effect' fire fitted within tiled fireplace and hearth.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room - 2.67m x 4.95m (8'9" x 16'2")

A spacious kitchen fitted with a range of wall and base cabinets with worktop surfaces over. Stainless steel one and a half bowl sink and drainer with mixer tap, space for a freestanding cooker. Ample space for further appliances. Wall mounted gas boiler housed within cabinet. Radiator, part tiled walls and power points. Windows to the side and rear and door to side. 

Stairs and Landing

Turned staircase leads to large landing with side window, smoke alarm, power point, radiator and rustic floorboards.

Bedroom One - 3.6m x 4.32m (11'9" x 14'2")

This master bedroom has large window to the front, picture rail, deep skirting boards, alcove storage, radiator, power points, fireplace (boarded up) and rustic floor boards.

Bedroom Two - 3.18m x 3.53m (10'5" x 11'6")

The second double bedroom with window to the rear, picture rail, deep skirting boards, alcove storage, radiator, power points, original fireplace and rustic floor boards.

Bedroom Three - 2.75m x 3.21m (9'0" x 10'6")

A third double bedroom with window to the front, picture rail, deep skirting boards, radiator, power points and rustic floor boards.

Shower Room - 1.78m x 1.82m (5'10" x 5'11")

Fitted with a two piece suite comprising wash hand basin positioned on storage cabinet and a large shower cubicle with screen and Triton electric shower. Obscure glazed window, airing cupboard, fully tiled walls and floor, chrome ladder style radiator and shaving point.

WC

A separate low flush wc, rustic floor boards and obscure glazed window.

Stairs to Loft Room/Fourth Bedroom - 3.5m x 5m (11'5" x 16'4")

Further staircase, behind door, with hand rail opening to a large versatile room with space for 'walk in' cupboards under the eaves, power points, rustic floor boards and dormer window giving lovely views over Abergele towards the wooded hillside. (Potential to divide this room).

Outside

To the front, a paved front garden has stocked flower borders. The lengthy driveway leads to a detached single garage with power and 'up and over' door. The rear garden is mainly laid to lawn, being enclosed within a stone wall and timber fencing. There is a patio area, a timber summer house, storage shed and a greenhouse.

Outside WC

Fitted with low flush wc behind a timber door and with side obscured window.

Services

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

Directions

From the agent's office, turn left at the second set of traffic lights and follow the road. Turn left into Kinmel Ave just before the park and the property will be seen on the right.

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