This beautifully presented Retirement Apartment is situated on the ground floor of the popular Princess Court Development and enjoys a sunny aspect with garden views.
Apartment 16 Princess Court is situated on the ground floor of this popular retirement complex and benefits from a sunny aspect and attractive garden views. Beautifully presented and full of personality, the vendors have created a cosy and welcoming home. An Entrance Hall takes you into the Lounge, with patio doors making the most of the lovely outlook and opening out to a patio seating area. Off the Lounge is the Kitchen fitted with a turquoise range of base, wall and drawer units with rolled edge worktops. There is a double Bedroom with feature wall and wall lighting plus built-in wardrobe. The Shower Room has a large tiled shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin and Wc, pvc clad ceiling with inset lighting and extractor fan. The apartment has uPVC double glazing and electric heating. Internal viewing of this property is highly recommended.
LOCATION The town of Colwyn Bay offers a wide range of shops, services and recreational facilities. The excellent road network will take you to the many coastal and rural attractions to be found in this part of North Wales, while the A55 Expressway will take you in an easterly direction towards St Asaph, Deeside, Chester, Liverpool and Manchester, and westerly to Llandudno, Conwy, Bangor and the stunning Isle of Anglesey. Colwyn Bay train station is also ideal for travellers not wishing to drive, with a great rail links and most convenient service.
Colwyn Bay's sandy beach stretches between Rhos on Sea and Old Colwyn. This beautiful bay is regularly awarded the Yellow flag Seaside Award with excellent standards of cleanliness and water quality. The town's main beach is a beautiful stretch of sand, and the seafront has undergone an impressive upgrade over recent years, making this a great place for walks, activities, leisure and dining.
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 and a charming place to visit. Every year it comes up with a wide and varied programme of entertainment for all the family. The Colwyn Leisure Centre is also popular, 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.
COMMUNAL ENTRANCE PORCH AND HALL
APARTMENT 16 ENTRANCE HALL 9' 8" x 2' 9" (2.97m x 0.86m)
LOUNGE 15' 2" x 10' 4" (4.64m x 3.16m)
KITCHEN 6' 10" x 5' 5" (2.10m x 1.67m)
BEDROOM 11' 8" x 9' 0" (3.56m x 2.76m)
SHOWER ROOM 6' 9" x 5' 8" (2.07m x 1.74m)
OUTSIDE This property has a patio area outside the Lounge. There are also communal lawned gardens, patio areas and flower beds.
COMMUNAL AREAS There is Lounge for residents with small Kitchen. Communal Laundry Room and Bin Store situated on the ground floor. Guest Rooms available for an additional charge.
AGENTS NOTES We have been informed by our vendors that this is a leasehold property on a 999 year term from 1990. The ground rent is £200 per annum and the service charge is £1400 per annum. Residential letting is permitted. Holiday lets and pets are not. Off road parking spaces are available for an additional charge.
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