Summary This apartment benefits a stunning open plan kitchen, living and dining area is maximised by a beautiful glass extension leading to its own secluded terrace, with sea views. The ground floor property also boasts a master bedroom with an en-suite and two allocated parking spaces.
Description Welcome to the links
Proudly overlooking the rolling surf of Rest Bay, The Links is a unique opportunity to savour living in an exclusive seafront location. The redevelopment of this Victorian Grade II listed building combines the inherent characteristics of the landmark architecture with the ultimate in contemporary living and specification. The combination of the Grade II listed conversion coupled with the contrasting architecture of the new build will create a stunning collection of apartments. Overlooking the wide expanse of the bay’s sandy beaches, a haven for surfers, walkers and beachcombers of all ages, the dominant skyline position of The Links is adjacent to Royal Porthcawl Golf Club and benefits from outstanding panoramic views.
The marketing suite is open at The Links, Porthcawl daily from 10am until 5pm. The marketing suite showcases the high specification of all the apartments in terms of standard flooring, kitchens, bathrooms and finishing.
Kitchen / Living / Dining 21' 8" x 16' 5" ( 6.60m x 5.00m )
Master Bedroom 11' 2" x 8' 9" ( 3.40m x 2.67m )
Bedroom Two 11' 6" x 8' 10" ( 3.51m x 2.69m )
Porthcawl The town of Porthcawl was born out of a decision to build a harbour to support South Wales’ flourishing coal and iron industries and trade in the 19th century. By 1932, the town had become a popular seaside resort and the Grand Pavilion was built and became a venue for civic functions and dances. Today, the Grand Pavilion remains a focal point on the Porthcawl seafront and hosts a wide variety of events. More recently, the town has benefitted from investment and new development including the recently refurbished Harbourside where an eclectic mixture of restaurants and cafes cater for cosmopolitan tastes. Enjoy refreshments while taking in the calm, gently shimmering water of the harbour. From the quintessentially British Promenade with bars, restaurants and hotels, there are views across the Bristol Channel. The town centre’s cluster of small boutiques attracts international visitors during peak season. And during the town festivals - the two most popular being the International Elvis and Jazz Festivals – Porthcawl buzzes with visitors.
Rest Bay & Pink Bay Rest bay
The golden sand of Rest Bay stretches for miles fringed by picturesque low cliffs. It’s a Blue Flag-awarded beach popular with walkers and bathers in the summer. And, its sea conditions attract thousands of surfers and sports enthusiasts each year. As the tide retreats the occasional rock pool is revealed, teeming with marine wildlife to explore and observe; a much loved past time for generations of nature enthusiasts visiting the beach. Rest Bay is truly a place to be enjoyed by all ages. Pink bay
A pink hue welcomes walkers taking the coastal path west of Porthcawl. Just a short stroll from Rest Bay, this pleasant and rural beach is home to a collection of rocks with a charming pink marble effect. At low tide, a monument to the crew of the Mumbles Lifeboat and the ss Santampa is visible at Sker Point.
About The Developer Property is Acorn's passion and has made its mark as a regeneration specialist, changing the face of areas through innovative development and exciting new architecture; above all creating the kind of places people want to live, work and spend time in. Acorn has offices in London, Cornwall, Bristol, Cardiff, Exeter and Hampshire. They specialise in bespoke developments of many sizes.
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