Marian, Trelawnyd


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DESCRIPTION This delightful detached bungalow occupies a semi rural location within the hamlet of Marian, Trelawnyd with countryside views. It is within easy access of the A55 which makes for ease of commuting to Chester and other North Wales coastal towns. The property enjoys large manicured gardens with a variety of interesting plants and shrubs, ample parking and a Garage facility. It offers two double bedrooms, shower room, lounge, fitted kitchen, conservatory and a utility room. Having the usual refinements of oil fired central heating and double glazing, viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the size and location.

Timber door into:-

ENTRANCE VESTABULE With exposed brick wall, double glazed window to front elevation and timber and glazed door with side panel into:-

SPACIOUS RECEPTION HALL With double panelled radiator, loft access point, power points, timber tongue and groove panelled wall to part, exposed brick walling and cloaks cupboard.

LOUNGE 13′ 5" x 11′ 10" (4.10m x 3.61m) With double panelled radiator, tongue and groove panelled wall to part, further radiator, raised brick TV display shelf, power points, double glazed window overlooking the rear garden and patio sliding doors giving access to the:-

CONSERVATORY 14′ 8" x 10′ 5" (4.49m x 3.18m) With laminate wood effect flooring, power points, outlook and access over the rear garden.

KITCHEN 13′ 10" x 11′ 9" (4.24m x 3.60m) Having a range of cream fronted base cupboards and drawers with worktop surface over, matching wall mounted units, one and a quarter stainless steel sink with mixer tap over, built-in electric oven and four ring hob with convector hood over, space for undercounter fridge and freezer, double panelled radiator, space for dining table, part tiled walls, power points, tiled floor and obscure glazed window.

UTILITY/CLOAKROOM 7′ 8" x 6′ 3" (2.36m x 1.92m) Having a range of base cupboards with timber effect worktop surface, matching wall mounted units, plumbing for automatic washing machine, single drainer stainless steel sink with mixer tap over, part tiled walls, power points, low flush w.c. and double glazed window to rear elevation.

REAR PORCH 6′ 3" x 5′ 5" (1.93m x 1.66m) With window to front elevation.

SHOWER ROOM 9′ 4" x 8′ 3" (2.85m x 2.53m) Having a three piece suite comprising large walk-in shower cubicle with ‘Myra’ shower, pedestal wash hand basin, low flush w.c., double panelled radiator, tile effect panelled walling, airing cupboard housing the factory lagged cylinder, and two obscure glazed windows.

BEDROOM ONE 16′ 10" x 11′ 8" (5.14(max)m x 3.58m) Having a range of built-in wardrobes, matching bedside cabinets with open shelving and locker storage above, two radiators, power points, tongue and groove panelled wall to part, two double glazed windows to front elevation enjoying superb views over countryside.

BEDROOM TWO 16′ 3" x 11′ 10" (4.96m x 3.61m) Having a uPVC double bay window to front elevation enjoying superb views, further window to side, feature stone chimney breast with raised display shelving to side, tongue and groove clad walls and two double panelled radiators.

OUTSIDE The gardens are a particular feature of the property having been landscaped with care and attention offering access via double timber gates onto a tarmacadam driveway providing off road parking with car port. The gardens to front are gravelled and landscaped with boarders of interest with a variety of plants and shrubs with resin pathways for ease of maintenance and is bounded by stone walling and fencing with gates either side of the property giving access to the rear garden. With a continuation of the resin pathways, there is an oil fired boiler serving the domestic hot water and heating system with an enclosed area with the oil storage tank. An additional double timber gate gives vehicular access offering additional parking for caravan or boat which also gives access to the GARAGE with up and over door, personnel door and security lighting. The rear gardens have been landscaped with care to compliment the front garden with gravel, boarders with a variety of plants of interest providing all year round colour, manicured lawn, conifer hedging, timber garden store with further potting shed and steps leading up to a large raised decked seating area.

SERVICES Mains electric and drainage are believed available or connected to the property with heating by way of oil and water by the way of a meter. All services and appliances are not tested by the Selling Agent.

DIRECTIONS From the Prestatyn office turn left onto Meliden Road and at the mini roundabout continue straight across and proceed through the village of Meliden, at the traffic lights turn left onto Waterfall Road and proceed to the next set of lights turning left onto Dyserth High Street. Proceed into the village of Trelawnyd, passing the school on the left hand side proceed along just before the Petrol station turn right down the lane and the property can be found on the left hand side.


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