Cedar Court is an impressive sustainable development, home to 22 exclusive apartments. These spacious 2 bedroom apartments have panoramic views and have been built to an exceptional standard. The architects have created a development that boasts both a striking exterior profile along with well-appointed living spaces. The four-storey build is split into two blocks of 10 and 12 apartments.
The open plan lounge, kitchen/dining area provides ultimate style living. Using German kitchens and Ideal Standard bathrooms, needless to say, the presentation is second to none. All appliances are included. From the patio doors in the living area and bedroom, you can step out onto the terrace to enjoy stunning panoramic views both bedrooms are spacious and the master bedroom benefits from an en-suite and each bathroom has full wall tiling. There is a lift to all floors together with a video entry telecom system. Careful consideration has been given to guarantee that each room achieves the greatest light and the double A rated windows have been designed to ensure optimum views for each apartment. The apartments are set in their own grounds with a private entrance and driveway and an option of one or two designated car parking spaces. There is also external bicycle storage at the rear of the car park. Additionally, the apartments have been fitted with a fire suppression system by way of mains fed sprinkler heads and there is a storage cupboard to house coats and cleaning equipment.
LOCATION The town of Colwyn Bay offers a wide range of shops, services and recreational facilities, ensuring your essential needs are well catered for. The excellent local road network will take to the many coastal and rural attractions to be found in this part of North Wales, while the A55 Expressway Way will propel you in an easterly direction to St Asaph, Deeside, Chester, Liverpool and Manchester, ultimately linking up with the UK motorway system and westerly to Llandudno, Conwy, Bangor and the Beautiful Isle of Anglesey.
Colwyn Bay's sandy beach stretches between Rhos on Sea and Old Colwyn. This beautiful bay is regularly awarded the Yellow flag Seaside Award which means it is well-managed with excellent standards of cleanliness and water quality. The town's main beach is a great stretch of sand backed by a three mile promenade. One of Colwyn Bay's biggest attractions is the Welsh Mountain Zoo, perched high on a hillside above the town. Theatr Colwyn was built in 1885 and this Victorian gem is reputedly the oldest operating cinema in Wales. Every year it comes up with a wide and varied programme of entertainment for all the family.
Along the coast at Rhos-on-Sea you'll discover the Harlequin Puppet Theatre, Britain's only purpose built theatre for marionettes.
There's also the Colwyn Leisure Centre, complete with swimming pool, and Eirias Stadium and Events Centre, which is now the proud home ground of the Welsh Under 20s Six Nations' team.
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