Lakeside, Moelfre, Abergele

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A rural retreat. An opportunity to purchase a two bedroom bungalow situated on the renowned trout fisheries in the hills of Moelfre, not far from Abergele. This modern property is within a group of similar dwellings, all benefitting from LPG central heating and surrounded by lovely countryside. Offering a leisurely atmosphere, the bungalow has an open plan lounge and kitchen area, two double bedrooms and a modern bathroom. This property benefits from an additional outside storage/workshop.

OPEN PLAN LOUNGE/ KITCHEN 16′ 2" x 13′ 8" (4.94m x 4.18m) UPVC glazed entrance door leads straight into the large lounge which has a wall hung electric fire, radiator, power points and TV aerial point, uPVC double glazed double doors giving access onto the front patio. Open plan from the lounge and fitted with a comprehensive range of timber effect wall and base cupboards with black work surfaces over. Part tiled walls, power points, gas hob and electric oven with extractor fan over, space for washing machine and space for fridge freezer. Stainless steel sink and drainer with mixer tap over. Breakfast bar and uPVC double glazed window overlooking the rear.

BEDROOM TWO 11′ 0" x 9′ 10" (3.36m x 3.02m) Accessed from the lounge, a versatile room with radiator, power points, loft hatch and uPVC double glazed window overlooking the front.

INNER HALLWAY Glazed door providing rear access. Leading to;

BATHROOM 9′ 11" x 4′ 10" (3.04m x 1.49m) Fitted with a white three piece suite comprising of low flush wc, pedestal wash hand basin and panelled bath with shower over and circular privacy curtain. Tiled walls, uPVC frosted double glazed window, chrome ladder style radiator/towel rail and airing cupboard housing the LPG boiler which fires the hot water and central heating.

BEDROOM ONE 14′ 1" x 9′ 3" (4.31m x 2.82m) A large room to the rear with uPVC double glazed window, radiator and power points.

DIRECTIONS From the agent’s office, turn right at the first set of traffic lights into Chapel Street and follow the road up the hill and out into open countryside. Continue on for about four miles and, at the crossroads, turn left. Follow the road and, at the sign for Tan Y Mynydd Fisheries, turn left again. Number 9 will be seen on the left hand side.

SERVICES Mains electric and water is believed connected or available at the property. Private drainage and LPG supply. Please note no appliances are tested by the selling agent.

Leasehold covenants apply.

Leasehold – Vendor states a new lease of 150 years will be granted to the new owner.

General maintenance – currently £195.01 pa to include street lighting, drainage and sewerage plant, grass cutting, gas tank service.

Ground rent £150 pa – Vendor states this amount will not change during current lease term.

Property has a Cembrit slate roof.

Driveway maintenance – owner of number 9 responsible for 1.5% of total cost.



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