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Nant y Gamar Road, Llandudno

Bryn Y Mor is an exceptional detached country house in a semi rural location on the outskirts of Llandudno town and close to Bodafon fields with distant views of the famous Victorian pier in the bay and the great Orme.

Approximately one mile away is the renowned Victorian promenade with an array of shops and restaurants along with a superb retail park including a substantial marks & spencer and if you fancy a show then the fabulous north wales theatre is approximately half a mile away on the front of the promenade.

  • Property Type Detached
  • Tenure Mixed
  • Bedrooms 4
  • Bathrooms 2
  • Reception Rooms 3
  • EPC D61

BRYN Y MOR is situated in an elevated location perched on the hillside of Nant y Gamar within a quiet and secluded woodland setting. The property is private and is not overlooked. The no - through road rises to the top of Nant y Gamar hill, an area of extensive natural beauty with its breathtaking views passing exclusive, individually designed properties on the way and is regarded as one of the most sought after roads in Llandudno.

Neighbourhood shops, bistros and restaurants are located within walking distance to CRAIG Y DON, a small suburb of Llandudno near the promenade and sea.

It is believed that the original stone-built section of BRYN Y MOR dates from the second half of the 19th century and may have been a "gentleman's" residence in view of its double-fronted design and high ceilings throughout.

A modern extension was added to the rear of the property in 2014 that doubled the amount of living accommodation.

The property is accessed directly off Nant-y-Gamar Road through double, remote controlled timber gates and is set in extensive grounds to include lawns, planted shrubbery, patios and a small "pony paddock" at the bottom of the garden. When the gates are closed the property is completely enclosed within its boundaries.

There is a detached, stone and brick-built garage with remote controlled access through roller-shutter doors. A substantial driveway has ample parking for four -five cars.

There is a timber-built Summer House with mains electricity connected. This building is currently used for storage, but could be used as a studio, office, playroom, gym, etc.

There is a large and substantially constructed timber Gazebo currently used for leisure and al- fresco entertaining and captures all day long sunshine.

Entering through the front main door there is a reception room to the right, currently used as a snug with a multi-fuel stove, and a reception room to the left, currently used as a dining room. Stairs lead to the first floor accommodation.

From the inner hall the new section of the house is accessed.

This area consists of a stunning open-plan kitchen - lounge area, a feature being the contemporary cast iron log burner either side of which are double glazed bi-fold doors opening on to a lovely sheltered patio area.

The stunning kitchen is equipped with a Range Master Toledo double oven with electric double oven, five gas rings, gas grill and electric hot plate, full height LG fridge-freezer, Bosch dishwasher, built-in CDA wine cooler, extensive base and wall units and breakfast bar. The work surface is a double-thickness, waterfall granite.

Access to the utility area is obtained off the kitchen. This area accommodates a washing machine and separate tumble dryer and wall storage units. There is also a separate cloakroom and extensive storage cupboards.

The stairs off the inner hall give access to the first floor which consists of three double bedrooms, dressing room, spacious modern bathroom with good sized shower cubicle and a separate bath. There is also a modern shower room.

One of the bedrooms, the dressing room and the bathroom currently form the "master suite" however, the dressing room, which is the size of a double bedroom and has a French door on to the balcony could be returned to a fourth bedroom.

Two of the bedrooms and the dressing room have extensive built-in, mirror-fronted wardrobes.

From the master bedroom there is access through double glazed doors into a large balcony area overlooking woodland and the coastline.

The high ceilings are continued throughout the first floor.

The internal walls to the property have been dry lined, insulated and plastered throughout, along with being rewired and re plumbed several years ago. Floors are porcelain tiled from the hall, shower room, utility and kitchen with laminated oak to the dining area and family room. Quality carpets elsewhere with the exception of the tiled floors to the bathrooms.

The gardens are beautiful and well cared for. Laid mostly to lawn they are bordered by established trees and shrubs.


Conwy Council Tax Band: F £2,863.63 from April 2023

Square footage 2231sq.ft.

Services: Mains water and electricity, Oil fired central heating, propane gas for cooking and septic tank drainage.

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