Owner’s 5 bedroom farmhouse
Range of outbuildings with development potential (subject to planning consent)
Circa 15.5 acres (6.3 ha)
Sale due to owner’s retirement
The caravan park was originally a farm and the original farmhouse dates back to the 17th century. Clues to its agricultural heritage can still be found such as the outbuildings now used for storage with some of the original agricultural fixtures and fittings. In total the property sits in approximately 15.5 acres (6.3 ha) consisting of a 5 bedroom farmhouse, farm buildings, caravan park and paddocks/land.
Number of bedrooms: 5
The original farmhouse was built in circa 17th century and occupies an elevated position with views to the front. To the side of the house is a large private tarmacadam parking area and to the front is a lawn area and has a private garden to the rear. The original house is of stone construction and is has been extended more recently, most noticeably with a flat roof extension to the rear and attractive stone porch to the front. Further details of the house and outbuildings are available in the sale particulars.
The caravan park is in a peaceful location providing a relaxing retreat for residence and benefitting from long reaching views across the Welsh rolling countryside. The nearest village is Llanddulas with post office, public house, school and service station. The nearest towns are Abergele and Colwyn Bay each have a hosts of amenities such as supermarkets and shopping areas.
Access to the park is good with the A55 expressway being some 1.5 miles from the park giving good access to the major conurbations of the North West and West Midlands to include Birmingham, Chester, Liverpool, Manchester and Stoke-on-Trent.
North Wales has a strong reputation as a tourist destination and the area is abundant with attractions. There are beaches nearby, access to North Wales coastal cycleway at Llanddulas as well walking trails. Within a short driving distance are further attractions to include Snowdonia National Park, Zip World, Surf Snowdonia. Bounce Beneath, the slate mines and the Snowdon railway at Llanberis.
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