McCourbey Cooke are delighted to bring to market this former Methodist Church which has been converted to form a spacious, practical family home whilst skillfully retaining a wealth of original period features.
The accommodation comprises double hardwood doors opening into a generous internal hallway with original church pews, original radiators and plaster work, a practical kitchen/breakfast/dining room with an Aga, original tiled flooring and pipework, a spacious reception room, with original radiator & pipework, original structural pillar and hardwood flooring, four double bedrooms, two of which have en-suite bathrooms/shower rooms, a family bathroom and a large hall with generous sitting area, bar, original organ, pipes and pews still in situ.
The property further benefits from gas central heating, original sash windows, an original well and a beautifully landscaped, low maintenance garden with a raised decked terrace and sitting area, outdoor oven, fire pit and useful outbuildings, all of which enjoys a high degree of privacy perfect for outdoor entertaining.
A particular feature of this property is its condition. Having undergone a comprehensive program of thoughtful and sympathetic renovation/conversion works, carried out y the current vendors, whilst retaining a wealth of original architectural features they have skillfully combined quality materials and master craftsmanship to created a spacious, practical, individual family home of real distinction, with the opportunity for further development of the main hall and mezzanine.
Situated on Abergele Road, in the heart of the village of Old Colwyn, the property is surrounded by a range of shops and amenities and is within easy walking distance of the beach and coastal path.
Old Colwyn is an attractive and vibrant village perfectly situated in the middle of the beautiful North Wales Coast. The larger town of Colwyn Bay is within a short drive, providing a wider range of shops, schools and amenities together with convenient commuting access, via the A55 Expressway, to Chester and beyond to the East and Llandudno, Conwy and Snowdonia to the West.
For all room dimensions and to appreciate the scale of accommodation please see the attached floor plan
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