Abbey Lodge, built by the highly regarded local builders Penhryn Homes, offers what are probably some of the most breathtaking panoramas of the North Wales coast, with views from the rear stretching across open waters to Anglesey and Snowdonia. Accessed through a pair of electric timber gates on to a heated, sloping tarmacadam driveway leading to the parking area and double garage.
Double front doors provide access to the entrance vestibule and then on to the reception hall which has a polished marble floor, feature gas fire and turned white oak staircase leading to the first floor. Steps lead down from here into the impressive triple aspect drawing room with carved marble fireplace housing a gas fire. From this room there are French doors on to the rear terrace. There is also a downstairs shower room accessed from the hall.
To the other side of the reception hall is an inner hall off which are the sitting and dining rooms; the sitting room having French doors to the terrace. The kitchen/breakfast room has a substantial range of fitted Macintosh units with polished granite work surfaces. The fitted appliances are De Dietrich apart from the wine fridge which is Miele, there is also a Quooker hot water system. There is plenty of space within the kitchen for a table and chairs and French doors open out on to the terrace. Accessed off the kitchen is the fully fitted utility room.
At first and second floor levels the accommodation offers a master bedroom suite with double doors opening to a Juliet balcony overlooking the sea together with a dressing area with fitted wardrobes and a large en-suite 4 piece bathroom featuring Jacuzzi steam room/shower and bath. The guest suite is equally extensive with French doors opening to a balcony with tiled floor and balustrade. There is a dressing room with vanity unit and fitted wardrobes and en-suite bathroom. There are two further double bedrooms both with fitted wardrobes and en-suite shower rooms. The staircase continues to the second floor which comprises two large rooms suitable as either additional bedrooms or as office space.
To the front of the property steps lead from the parking area through terraced grounds which are ready for planting. There is a flagged patio area with a path going leading around the side of the building and on to the triple-tiered terrace at the rear; providing an excellent space for entertaining.
The upper level of the terrace can also be accessed from three rooms on the ground floor. The garden, which is ready for planting, is delineated on one side by a privet hedge and a stone wall on the other and extends to the cliff edge. There is a gravel path which leads through the garden and a central stone rockery. The gardens are served by a professional irrigation system by Osprey Water Management.
Within the gardens are remnants of the listed Bishops Palace, which date back to the 13th century.
Reception hall | 3 Reception rooms
Kitchen/breakfast room | Utility
Downstairs shower room
2 Master suites with dressing rooms and en suite bathrooms
2 Further double bedrooms with en-suite shower rooms
A further double bedroom and office/bedroom 6 to the second floor
Extensive terraced area
Lawned gardens extending to the headland
EPC Rating C
Property Features Include: Waterfront