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A modern well appointed double fronted four bedroom residence lying to the middle of a row of three similar designed properties, with vehicular parking space to the front elevation and a terraced style garden lying to the rear. The property is part of the last phase constructed of this ever popular development to the upper part of Cae Du and enjoys stunning views from the first floor lounge, snug and balcony overlooking the golf course to Cardigan Bay and St Tudwal's (East) Island with pleasant rear views towards Cardigan Bay and Llanbedrog headland towards the Rivals and Snowdonia Mountains. The accommodation is deceptively spacious, arranged on three floors with a living space to the first floor, which includes a large through lounge/dining area which opens onto a delightful sun balcony together with a well fitted kitchen/breakfast room, snug/study. To the ground floor there are three double bedrooms with a utility/wash room and a separate family bathroom. The principal bedroom lies to the upper floor with a spacious ensuite bathroom, and the accommodation is complemented by modern double glazing and propane gas fired central heating.
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Cae Du has proved to be a popular residential development and there is a mixture of various designed properties, with the upper parts of the site enjoying marvelous views, combined with the convenience of the village with its excellent shopping facilities and restaurants, not to mention the scenery and the seemingly endless stretch of sandy beaches, the yacht club and 18 hole golf course.
Double glazed door into
Radiator, understairs store cupboard, understairs open storage area and rear double glazed outer door to rear garden.
Radiator and double glazed window.
Low flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin and plumbing for washing machine.
Radiator and double glazed window.
Radiator and double glazed French doors onto garden.
White suite of panelled bath, low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin with splashback and fitted mirror with shaver light and socket, Large corner tiled shower enclosure with folding shower doors, heated towel rail, double glazed obscured glass window and tiling around bath.
Staircase to second floor.
Radiator and double glazed window with delightful views over golf course towards the sea.
Radiator, comprehensively fitted units with ivory coloured base cupboards and work surfaces with fitted drawers, built in four ring propane gas hob and electric oven beneath, extractor hood above, integrated fridge with separate freezer, integrated dishwasher, one and a half bowl stainless steel single drainer sink unit, Worcester Bosch gas central heating boiler, central breakfast bar, double glazed rear window with views towards Llanbedrog headland, archway through to
Dining Area Radiator, double glazed picture window with views towards Cardigan Bay and Harlech in the far distance. Lounge Double glazed window with views towards the golf course and out to Cardigan Bay, St Tudwals (East) Island, double glazed door to
Quarry tiled floor.
Built in cupboard and radiator.
Two Velux skylight windows and four eaves storage cupboards and radiator.
White suite of panelled bath, pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC, large tiled corner shower cubicle with folding screen, shaver light and socket, heated towel rail, eaves storage cupboard and Velux Skylight window.
Parking area to front elevation with space for two/three vehicles. A rear garden mostly paved for ease of maintenance with slate chipping areas and raised sun terrace and shrubbery.
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