Deganwy Road, Deganwy, Conwy


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16 Trinity Square, Llandudno LL30 2RB

01492 88 44 84

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70 Deganwy Road is as contemporary as can be, standing out well and truly from the crowd amidst the fine selection of property located here in the sought after coastal region of Deganwy, a particularly scenic section of North Wales’s coastline overlooking Conwy Bay.

The property commands a splendid westerly aspect overlooking a section of Llandudno’s golf course towards the sea with impressive panoramic views, stretching from Penmaenmawr’s headland on your left right the way across parts of Anglesey and Ynys Seiriol (Puffin Island) to the historic limestone headland of the Great Orme on your right. This is undoubtedly a real highlight to be enjoyed on any fine day whilst the sunsets will prove to be no less impressive.

No.70 has an interesting story to tell in that it was originally a period style bungalow dating from 1938 which began an entirely new chapter under the guiding hand of the present owners stewardship and forward thinking vision, undergoing a dramatic metamorphosis which began in earnest in early 2019. This striking architect designed home was purposely designed to be practical, efficient and as comfortable as can be with an emphasis put on its superb position, turning things on their head by arranging the main living area on the first floor together with a spacious balcony, ensuring that time spent here is as rewarding as possible, the views proving to be irresistible!

The property stands within approximately ¼ Acre of landscaped garden grounds, something which was undertaken to transform what was originally a very basic, non-descript garden. With gardens front and rear, there’s ample space to enjoy relaxing outdoors, whether that’s sitting back and watching the world go by from the front or perhaps enjoying family gathering on the patio to the rear beneath the pergola – a private garden now populated with a fine selection of plants, shrubs and newly planted fruit trees.

The interior is impressive, especially so the first floor. However, the ground floor definitely has its appeal with generous sized bedrooms, two of which have sliding patio doors opening to the rear garden, plus the appeal of contemporary en-suite facilities to the larger bedroom. There’s also an appealing contemporary bathroom, a spacious laundry room to take care of general washing duties and a comfortable reception room too for when quiet time might be required away from the bustle of the home on the first floor. In addition, the double garage can cater handsomely for your motoring pride and joy (plus storage) and comes with a remote controlled roller shutter door and internal access through to the main accommodation.

The principal living accommodation located on the first floor is a lovely bright and airy open-plan space where you can really enjoy the location and scenery at its best. Wide triple sliding glass doors (self-cleaning, anti-glare with integral remote-operated blinds) can be peeled back on a sunny day, inviting the outdoors in, creating a lovely atmosphere which cannot be over-emphasised, plus don’t forget the balcony.

The kitchen comes fully equipped with a host of quality fitted appliances, a practical service kitchen to the rear and a more formal dining room is provided for when an occasion deserves some special treatment. A sun terrace to the rear might prove ideal for breakfast during the warmer months. The master bedroom is also conveniently located on this level, together with luxury en-suite facilities and walk-in wardrobe.

Deganwy is conveniently located just a short drive from both the historic castle town of Conwy and the bustling Victorian resort of Llandudno, an area noted for its eclectic mix of property and situated close to the slopes of The Vardre, an interesting hill located just inland on top of which would have sat a castle in medieval times.

The views from here are certainly rewarding and well worth a visit. For access to some of the areas beauty spots, there’s the A55 expressway nearby as well as the north coast rail mainline with direct connections to London and Holyhead. Also located practically on your doorstep is the Snowdonia National Park, accessible via the beautiful Vale of Conwy. Deganwy has a number of amenities, including marina and maritime facilities whilst Llandudno and the surrounding towns can cater for all your everyday requirements. Llandudno is noted for its Victorian pier, theatre and music/arts venue, a dry ski slope and numerous other attractions and leisure facilities.

From our Llandudno office, turn left into Trinity Square proceeding straight over at the traffic lights onto Trinity Avenue and continue on this route for approximately ½ mile, turning left onto Bryniau Road. Follow this road over the railway bridge taking the second exit at the roundabout towards Deganwy along the A546 Maesdu Road. On approaching Deganwy, the property will be seen on your left hand side at the junction with Deganwy Road.

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