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Tan Y Fron Road, Abergele, Conwy

  •   3 bed
  •   1 bath
  •   2 receptions

A most individual detached house, set in idyllic surroundings with spectacular panoramic views. This elevated 1930's property is approached via a g ...

Key features

  • Detached 1930's house
  • Well maintained
  • Bright and airy accommodation
  • Three bedrooms
  • Large gardens and land
  • Outbuildings with further scope
  • Glorious views
  • Council tax band - E
  • EPC rating - F
  • Freehold

Full property description

A most individual detached house, set in idyllic surroundings with spectacular panoramic views. This elevated 1930's property is approached via a gated private gravelled driveway and offers both seclusion and tranquillity. The impressive views, from every angle, stretch over open countryside and out to sea and the house is brimming with natural light, really taking advantage of the panorama. Having been meticulously maintained by the current owner, the accommodation is immaculate and includes a quaint lounge, fitted kitchen plus separate utility, sitting room/dining room, garden room and conservatory. The upstairs offers three double bedrooms, bathroom and office. The very large plot includes stunning gardens, a parcel of sheltered prime grassland and a variety of versatile outbuildings. Located within two miles of Abergele town centre with its many amenities, the A55 Expressway and the coast at Pensarn. The towns of Llandudno and Colwyn Bay are within easy travelling distance. 

Porch - 2.73m x 0.93m (8'11" x 3'0")

Timber stable door opens to porch with tiled floor, window and radiator. Door to;


Fitted with low flush wc and wash hand basin over cabinet. Obscure glazed window, panelled walls and electric heater.

Kitchen - 4.91m x 2.76m (16'1" x 9'0")

Fully fitted with a range of wall and base cabinets with worktop surfaces and upstands. Double Belling oven within tower unit, four ring Bosch gas hob, splashback and extractor canopy. One and a half bowl stainless steel sink and drainer with mixer tap, space for dishwasher, wine rack. Part tiled walls, under cupboard strip lighting, power points, tiled floor and panelled ceiling with spotlights. Window to rear, open access to dining room, door to inner hall and door to;

Utility Room - 2.99m x 2m (9'9" x 6'6")

With spaces for washing machine, fridge freezer and tumble dryer. Further stainless steel sink with mixer tap and double drainers, wall mounted LPG Worcester gas boiler, power points, part tiled walls, tiled floor and window to side.


A lovely room with coved ceiling, corner inset fireplace with log burning cast iron stove set upon raised hearth, radiator, power points and fitted open shelving. Large windows to front and side giving far reaching views.

Sitting/Dining Room - 3.63m x 2.89m (11'10" x 9'5")

Coved ceiling, radiator and power points. Open access into;

Garden Room - 3.72m x 3.1m (12'2" x 10'2")

With dwarf walls, timber double glazed windows, pitched tiled roof and French doors to the garden. Radiator, power points.

Conservatory - 4.72m x 2.48m (15'5" x 8'1")

Of uPVC construction with dwarf walls, Polycarbonate roof and French doors to the garden. Electric heater, radiator, power points. Overlooking the front lawn and with stunning views beyond.

Inner Hall

Radiator, power points, floor to ceiling window, wall lights, smoke alarm and stairs leading to;


Currently utilised as an office. With coved ceiling, smoke alarm, rear window, radiator and power points.

Bedroom One - 3.97m x 3.53m (13'0" x 11'6")

A spacious double room with two windows to the front and side showcasing the views, plenty of fitted cupboards and a dressing table. Wash hand basin and splashback set into corner, coved ceiling, radiator and power points.

Bedroom Two - 4.22m x 4.08m (13'10" x 13'4")

The second double room, again with two windows to the side and front and making the most of the glorious views. Corner shower cubicle with Gainsborough electric shower, extractor fan and panelled walls plus separate wash hand basin. Radiator and power points.

Bedroom Three - 3.03m x 3.01m (9'11" x 9'10")

The third double room with coved ceiling, window to rear, radiator and power points.

Bathroom - 3.05m x 1.72m (10'0" x 5'7")

Fitted with a three piece suite comprising low flush wc, pedestal wash hand basin and 'P' shaped panel bath with shower and screen over. Part tiled walls, large storage cupboard with double doors, loft hatch, window, panelled ceiling and radiator.


From the lane, a gravelled driveway, flanked with stone walls and shrubs, leads to a five bar farm gate. Metal barn and timber stable set to the side. The gate opens to a further gravelled driveway and large parking area. To the right is a timber log cabin and an established woodland with wild flowers. There are various versatile outbuildings including two log stores, a former garage, utility and storage areas and a magnificent greenhouse with timber windows, all in its original glory. The beautiful well stocked gardens envelope the house with delightful lawns, path and patios. Beyond the outbuildings, the land gently slopes up hill, bordered by trees and providing a haven for wildlife including foxes, deer and badgers.

Agents note

Information available regarding planning permission for single storey, pitched roof extension to the side of the property. 


LPG central heating, mains electric and water, shared septic tank drainage. Please note no appliances are tested by the selling agent.


From the agent's office, proceed through both sets of traffic lights an turn right into St George's Road. Follow the lane into the countryside and turn right into Tan y Fron Road, by the letter box. The entrance will be seen after a short distance on the left.

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