The Close, Llanfairfechan, Conwy, LL33 0AD

3 Bedroom Detached House

£375,000 Guide Price

The Close, Llanfairfechan, Conwy, LL33 0AD

£375,000 Guide Price
  • Ref: PRP17707991
  • Type: Detached House
  • Availability: Under Offer
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Reception Rooms: 2
  • Council Tax Band: E
  • Tenure: Freehold

Property Summary

NO CHAIN - Bolnhurst is a Grade II listed property with a great local history, being the very first property designed and built by Herbert Luck North in The Close in Llanfairfechan. The property was built in 1898/1899, and takes inspiration from the traditional Arts & Crafts movement, as well as some traditional Welsh architecture. A most notable external feature of Bolnhurst is the 'eyebrow' dormer window to the first floor that really adds to the traditional Arts & Crafts character of the house. Other external features of the house are the arched window to the first floor, and the diagonally set chimney to the rear of the property. In brief the property comprises of; Entrance hall, lounge, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, utility and shower room. To the first floor there are three bedrooms and WC. In the grounds of the house is a large, tiered garden to the rear that is mainly laid to lawn, but interspersed with mature fruit trees, and bordered with mature hedges, shrubs and flowers. To the front, there is off-road parking for up to two vehicles, and lawned areas to the side and front of the house. Bolnhurst is a wonderful residence, being situated close to all local amenities, and within walking distance of the Carneddau Mountains, Snowdonia, and Llanfairfechan Beach & Promenade.

Full Details

The Close
Tucked away just off the main street of Llanfairfechan is the famous Close, a picturesque street full of Arts & Crafts houses designed and built by Herbert Luck North. Built between the late 19th Century and the middle of the 20th Century, the houses in The Close are iconic to Llanfairfechan and some of the most beautiful in North Wales.

External Porch
Enclosed porch leading to wooden front door.

Hallway
Stairs rising to the first floor and doors off to the lounge, dining room, kitchen, shower room.

Lounge
Lounge situated at the front of the property, with inglenook fire surrounded by decorative arch.

Dining Room
Dining room with dual windows looking out to side garden.

Kitchen
Kitchen to the rear of property. With a range of fitted base and wall units, inset cooker, and door through to utility/pantry.

Utility
Door to rear garden.

Shower Room
Downstairs shower room with low level flush WC, wash hand basin, and wet-room style shower.

First Floor Landing

Bedroom One
The largest of the bedrooms with iconic arched window.

Bedroom Two
The second bedroom is situated at the front of the property, and benefits from the beautiful 'eyebrow' style window that makes Bolnhurst so iconic within The Close.

Bedroom Three

WC
Upstairs WC with low level flush WC and wash hand basin.

TENURE
FREEHOLD

COUNCIL TAX BAND
E

 
Key Features
bedrooms
3 Bedrooms
reception rooms
2 Reception Rooms
bathrooms
1 Bathroom
 

Property Details

NO CHAIN - Bolnhurst is a Grade II listed property with a great local history, being the very first property designed and built by Herbert Luck North in The Close in Llanfairfechan. The property was built in 1898/1899, and takes inspiration from the traditional Arts & Crafts movement, as well as some traditional Welsh architecture. A most notable external feature of Bolnhurst is the 'eyebrow' dormer window to the first floor that really adds to the traditional Arts & Crafts character of the house. Other external features of the house are the arched window to the first floor, and the diagonally set chimney to the rear of the property. In brief the property comprises of; Entrance hall, lounge, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, utility and shower room. To the first floor there are three bedrooms and WC. In the grounds of the house is a large, tiered garden to the rear that is mainly laid to lawn, but interspersed with mature fruit trees, and bordered with mature hedges, shrubs and flowers. To the front, there is off-road parking for up to two vehicles, and lawned areas to the side and front of the house. Bolnhurst is a wonderful residence, being situated close to all local amenities, and within walking distance of the Carneddau Mountains, Snowdonia, and Llanfairfechan Beach & Promenade.

The Close

Tucked away just off the main street of Llanfairfechan is the famous Close, a picturesque street full of Arts & Crafts houses designed and built by Herbert Luck North. Built between the late 19th Century and the middle of the 20th Century, the houses in The Close are iconic to Llanfairfechan and some of the most beautiful in North Wales.

External Porch

Enclosed porch leading to wooden front door.

Hallway

Stairs rising to the first floor and doors off to the lounge, dining room, kitchen, shower room.

Lounge

Lounge situated at the front of the property, with inglenook fire surrounded by decorative arch.

Dining Room

Dining room with dual windows looking out to side garden.

Kitchen

Kitchen to the rear of property. With a range of fitted base and wall units, inset cooker, and door through to utility/pantry.

Utility

Door to rear garden.

Shower Room

Downstairs shower room with low level flush WC, wash hand basin, and wet-room style shower.

First Floor Landing
Bedroom One

The largest of the bedrooms with iconic arched window.

Bedroom Two

The second bedroom is situated at the front of the property, and benefits from the beautiful 'eyebrow' style window that makes Bolnhurst so iconic within The Close.

Bedroom Three
Wc

Upstairs WC with low level flush WC and wash hand basin.

Tenure

FREEHOLD

Council Tax Band

E

 

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