******** Stunning Plot For Sale With Approved Planning Permission For A Magnificent Eco Efficient New Build Executive Style Home With Stunning Sea Views *******
******** Option To Purchase Competed New Build -See Dual Marketing Advert For Further Information)
A quite unique opportunity to purchase this fabulous building plot for a Turnkey executive Eco efficient new build home set in an elevated position with magnificent stunning views toward Puffin Island and the Isle of Anglesey against the backdrop of Carneddau mountain range. The contemporary style new home will be set over two floors and will offer flexible and spacious accommodation throughout with the lower floor briefly comprising an Entrance Hallway with doors leading off into the Boot Room, Main Bathroom Suite, Separate Wc, Snug Room with doors opening out onto a patio terrace and 4 generous Bedrooms one with walk in dressing room & en suite and all benefitting from built in wardrobe storage along with stunning views through the glazed windows .The first floor will provide a stunning open plan Living Space incorporating a Kitchen, Dining Area, Study/Office with magnificent glazed windows offering absolutely breathtaking sea views over toward Puffin Island and the Isle of Anglesey with far reaching views toward the Great Orme and a separate Utility room providing further space for washing appliances. To further compliment this stunning new home a terrace balcony wil be located off the first floor with independent access from both a set of stairs to the side and internally form the first floor living area.
NOTES Architect Drawings Available For Inspection Via Email . Planning Ref Number 0/43454 & 0/45759-Conwy Council
• High levels of insulation
• Air source heat pump
• Electric boiler (no fossil fuel)
• Under floor heating on ground floor and upper floor
• Solar Voltec electric supply
• Anthracite or black aluminium framed windows throughout
• Rainwater harvesting system installed
• Electric vehicle charging point (outside house and in garage)
• Electric gated entrance (security installed)
• Smart electric system installed throughout property
• Concrete cast stairs constructed on site
• Bathrooms installed - to be agreed with client
• Kitchen installed - to be agreed with client
• Décor, tiles, flooring etc - to be agreed with client
• 3d model available to view on site
• Outdoor kitchen
• Hot tub
• Courtyard design
Llanfairfechan on the North Wales coast makes a great base for a holiday. Sitting at the gateway to Snowdonia, this lovely seaside town has its toes in the sea and its head in the mountains, making it a playground for families and outdoor enthusiasts alike.
The diverse attractions of Snowdonia, Anglesey and the Conwy Valley are all within easy reach. And just 90 minutes’ drive from Manchester or an hour from Chester, this area of the North Wales coast is an easy destination to reach for a fantastic week away or a short break, at any time of the year.
Llanfairfechan sits between Conwy and Bangor on the Snowdonia coast. Backed by the beautiful Carneddau mountains and with superb views out over Anglesey, Puffin Island and the Great Orme, it is a picturesque location.
The beach is broad and sandy – perfect for sandcastles and beach cricket and there’s a long, accessible promenade. When the tide is in, it’s a great location for paddle boarding, kayaking and fishing.
In contrast, you can be up in the mountains within half an hour’s walking or biking. And the sunsets over the Menai Strait can be spectacular. This combination of beach and mountain is magical. There are myriads of footpaths and tracks to explore on foot or by mountain bike heading up into the Carneddau. And yet you can be back down on the coast, enjoying a coffee and listening to the warble of oystercatchers and curlews within an hour or so of picking up a foothill peak.
If walking is your thing, it is easy to pick up the Welsh Coast Path as it passes behind the town on its way from Abergwyngregyn. It continues past Penmaenmawr and Capelulo towards Conwy Mountain and beyond.
And for a longer ramble, walk along the Roman Road. It marches its way through the foothills of the Carneddau behind Llanfairfechan on its way over from Rowen, onto Abergwyngregyn and beyond towards Caernarfon (Segontium).
The Carneddau mountains are home to wild ponies who roam in small herds – it’s an absolute treat to sit and just watch them for a while and a good reason in itself to head out into the hills for a walk. In contrast, down by the coast, a potter along the flat Cob (coastal path) and on towards Traeth Lafan gives you an opportunity to spot a host of birds and wildlife. This is a great place for dog walking too, provided you keep your four-legged friend on a lead when livestock is grazing.
Historically a farming community, today Llanfairfechan is home to a broad mix of properties, many Victorian. Like many of the coastal towns in this area, the building of the Chester to Holyhead railway was instrumental in its development during the 19th century.
It and the influence of several large landowners opened up opportunities for tourism and trade – hence the concentration of lovely Victorian architecture. You will also discover a collection of distinctive Arts and Crafts buildings designed by architect Herbert Luck North. Look out for them as you walk along the Cob or explore around the town.
This is a place where, if you enjoy spending time on the beach, walking, biking and exploring, you need hardly use your car during a stay. Llanfairfechan has good cafes, pubs, a well-stocked supermarket and a local butcher – all the ingredients you need for a few meals out and a well-stocked store cupboard.
Llanfairfechan is in a perfect base for exploring much of North Wales by car. Heading towards Chester, Conwy is just ten minutes away with its medieval castle and town walls, good pubs and restaurants and lots of independent shops. Twenty minutes’ drive gets you to Llandudno, Surf Snowdonia, Bodnant Garden and Zip World Fforest. A little further on is Betws y Coed.
Heading in the opposite direction, you’re just ten minutes’ drive from the start of the walk up to Aber Falls, twenty minutes from the university town of Bangor and just half an hour from Caernarfon with its World Heritage castle and Llanberis at the foot of Snowdon.
To add even more choice to the mix, Anglesey is just a short drive away and you will reach popular destinations such as Beaumaris, Newborough, Rhosneigr or Red Wharf Bay within half an hour of leaving home. All in all, you’ll be spoilt for choice!
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