”Rhoscolyn”…an idiosyncratic waterside residence, with a stunning coastal vista.
This is a unique chance to acquire a substantial 1950’s bungalow home,
set on a large corner plot, looking straight out to sea and opposite
the St Trillo’s Church, possibly the smallest church in Wales and
dates to the 16th Century.
The property retains most of the original features which the builders ‘Browns of Wilmslow’ first included in the construction. Built at the time to a high specification and designed to maximise the stunning views over the coastline, with a 180′ bay window to the Lounge elevation.
The small seaside town of Rhos on Sea is a highly popular destination for both locals and visitors, it has all you need :- lovely beaches, wide promenade, good selection of independent shops, convenience stores, Post Office, cafes, coffee houses, take-a-ways and the odd Hostelry.
Rhos on Sea is set between the vibrant seaside resort of Llandudno and the
commercial centre of Colwyn Bay, with excellent transport links, the London Euston to Holyhead express line is 10 minutes’ drive and access onto the A55 Expressway is about 5 miles away, the Promenade forms part of
The National Cycle Path and there are numerous bus routes linking the surrounding towns.
Side Entrance Porch which gives access into a Spacious Reception Hall 16’6” x 6’10”, from here doors lead off to the living areas, there is then a separate inner hall which leads down to the bedrooms and bathroom and then there is access from the kitchen through to the attached Garage and utility areas.
The Living areas offer a Spectacular Lounge 23′ x 15′ with a large, mainly glazed semi-circular bay window, complete with window seat to lookout into the big blue yonder of the panoramic coastline, the side Dining Room 16′ x 11′ has feature large windows. The original fitted kitchen is located at the rear of the property and is even complete with the original gas cooker, still in working order.
From the kitchen there is an inner hall which offers a rear entry and also access to the Double Garage, Pantry, Coal House and Store Room.
There is a Shower & Cloak Room which runs off the Main Reception Hall and then access to the Inner Reception Hall which gives access to Bedroom One 18′ x 13′ front aspect with coastal views, Bedroom Two 15′ x 13’2 with front aspect with coastal views, Bedroom Three or Home Office 13′ x 11’2” rear aspect overlooking the courtyard, Boxroom 8′ x 4′ and Bathroom 8’7” x 8′ with the original drop sided cast iron bath.
The gardens sweep around the corner plot with mature lawns and formal flower borders, the boundaries have stone walls and a sweeping driveway, with turning area leads up to the Double garage.
The property benefits from gas fired central heating and the original hardwood windows have had sealed unit panes installed.