Wood and frosted glazed front door giving access into:
Single glazed timber window to side aspect, exposed stonework, deep slate windowsill, wood and frosted glazed inner door giving access into:
14' 0'' x 12' 3'' (4.26m x 3.73m)
Exposed beams, single glazed bay window to front aspect with partial countryside views, deep windowsill, wall mounted electric storage heater, recess shelving, gas stove with timber lintel above and exposed stonework on slate hearth, stairs to first floor accommodation:
12' 2'' x 6' 2'' (3.71m x 1.88m)
Exposed beams, single glazed timber stable door to rear, single glazed timber window to rear aspect, range of wall and base units with roll top work surface over, stainless steel sink and drainer with hot and cold mixer tap, four ring electric hob with electric oven, space and plumbing for low level fridge and washing machine, breakfast bar area, part tiled walls, parquet flooring.
From the Lounge a staircase leads to First Floor Accommodation:
Double glazed Velux window.
12' 4'' x 8' 11'' (3.76m x 2.72m)
Wood panelling to ceiling, loft access, exposed beam, built in wardrobes with overhead storage, single glazed timber window to front aspect with mountain views, built in drawers.
Single glazed timber window to rear aspect, wood panelling to ceiling, exposed beam, storage cupboard housing the hot water tank.
6' 8'' x 4' 4'' (2.03m x 1.32m)
Double glazed Velux window, fully tiled double shower cubicle with Triton electric shower, low flush w.c, wash/hand basin, part tiled walls with border, laminate flooring, wall mounted electric heater.
To the front of the property there is a flagged seating area. To the rear there is small garden area with raised bank. There is an additional lawned front garden area with small caravan.
Tyn-y-Groes is situated just off the A470 which passes through and gives access to the main A55 expressway facilitating travel throughout North Wales and links with major motorway routes. The nearest shopping areas would be in the historic town of Conwy approximately 3 miles, with Llandudno approximately 8 miles providing a selection of major stores, theatre’s and other amenities and the market town of Llanrwst approximately 6 miles. Conwy also has the added facilities of a golf course and a Marina.
From the Conwy office follow the one way system round and back to the Castle. Turn right at the mini roundabout, go through the archway and down the hill. Proceed through the village of Gyffin and continue on for Tyn-y-Groes. Turn right by the Red Lion Pub, pass the entrance for Trem y Coed on the right. Digoed can be found on the left.