A Fantastic & Immaculately presented detached bungalow home, imaginatively styled, extended & modernised to a high standard with superb attention to detail in a contemporary flowing way, with beautifully landscaped gardens. Lounge or Principal Bedroom, 2 more Double Bedrooms, Wetroom, open plan Living/Dining/Kitchen, a feature glass stairway leads up to a Spacious Loft Conversion ( Full Structural Engineers Report, but No Building Regulations Certificate ) currently used a very Spacious Principal Bedroom & En-Suite Bathroom. Gravelled driveway, lawned gardens, decked ‘ZEN’ like terrace with water pools, Garage and Garden Office.
SIDE ENTRANCE Composite entrance door, black and white chessboard effect ceramic tiled flooring, ENTRANCE HALL Oak block flooring, feature part wall panelling, Victorian style radiator, two wall light points, contemporary style doors with chrome fittings to all rooms. LOUNGE (16’04"max into bay x 11’10max) bow bay window, marble fire surround with decorative inset cast iron gas fire, oak block flooring, picture rail, coved ceiling, Victorian style radiator. BEDROOM 2 (13’00" x 11’00 max into bay) front elevation with rooftop hill views, stripped floorboards, Victorian style radiator. BEDROOM 3 (12’05" x 9’11") side elevation, picture rail, television point, Victorian style radiator. WET ROOM (9’10 x 6’09") Modern contemporary suite comprising of walk in shower with concealed shower fitment with glass grabbing waterfall shower head and hand shower, floating vanity wash hand basin with chrome feature mixer tap, and low flush w.c., fully tiled slate walls & flooring with underfloor heating, chrome ladder style towel radiator. OPEN PLAN LIVING/DINING/ KITCHEN (25’05"max x 12’05") Vaulted ceiling with exposed beams and purlins, bi-fold patio doors open onto the Courtyard Terrace, range of modern, handle less wall and base units in white gloss, central island/breakfast bar, granite worksurfaces & feature splashback, integrated appliances of dishwasher, oven, microwave, fridge freezer, induction hob and wine cooler, under unit and pelmet lighting, inset spotlighting, wall mounted gas central heating boiler, marble tiled flooring, underfloor heating, built in surround sound, vertical Victorian style radiator, feature timber clad wall, stairway with glazed bannisters leads up to FIRST FLOOR GALLERIED LANDING Overlooking the dining kitchen, FIRST FLOOR LOFT CONVERSION (Full Structural Engineers Report, but No Building Regulations Certificate) currently used as PRINCIPAL BEDROOM (16’10" approx. x 15’03" approx. purlin to purlin) Five Velux roof windows to side and front elevations with rooftop views towards Conwy Quay and mountains beyond, built in angular wardrobe, wood effect flooring, Victorian style radiator, EN-SUITE BATHROOM (8’05" x 7’07" approx.) Velux roof window, four piece modern suite in white comprising of walk in shower with rainfall head, freestanding double ended bath with chrome floorstanding bath filler tap, rectangular vanity wash hand basin with rainfall mixer tap and low flush w.c., part tiled walls, tile effect laminate flooring with underfloor heating, chrome ladder style towel radiator, wall light, inset spotlighting. EXTERNALLY: Double opening gates and additional side gate leading to the garden area with gravelled parking area, raised lawn and flower border with timber sleeper edging, paved area to the side with gates leading to the garage. Fantastic landscaped rear garden with several seating areas for al-fresco dining, raised decking area with sunken pond and flower beds, gas point for fire pit, courtesy lighting, large lawned area with established hedge boundaries, various flower, and shrub borders. GARAGE Double opening doors, power. light and plumbing for washer/dryer. GARDEN OFFICE (8’04" x 7’09") At rear of garage, patio doors lead onto raised ‘ZEN’ like decked terrace with water pools. RB 8/10/20
EXTRACTSOFSTRUTURALENGINEERSREPORT ”The property is now for sale and an assessment is required to confirm the adequacy of the new first floor area
and roof structure over.
Our visual inspection confirmed that there is currently no visual evidence of any structural distress.
Our visual inspection and calculations confirm that the structural elements of the new first floor appear to
comply with the relevant parts of the Building Regulations
Our inspection confirmed that there appear to have been no changes or alterations to the original roof
structure over the new landing and bedroom area. Original hips, purlins, rafters and support posts were
retained in the conversion.
The additional loading from the new insulation, plasterboard and skim is largely offset by the removal of the
The nominal additional load on the roof structure is less than 15% (Building Regulation Part A – Section 4.4)
therefore considered satisfactory.
Inspection and photographic evidence provided by Client confirms no evidence of alterations to original roof
purlins or purlin support posts.”