Sustainable homes combined with open plan living, family friendly interiors set in the picturesque historic walled market town of Conwy.
2 Bedroom Apartment The Laurels From £175,000 / Help to Buy From £140,000
2 Bedroom Townhouse The Cherry From £210,000 / Help to Buy From £168,000
3 Bedroom Townhouse The Ash From £245,000 / Help to Buy From £196,000
3 Bedroom Detached Bungalow with Detached Garage The Holly From £355,000
3 Bedroom detached House The Maple From £365,000
3 Bedroom Detached House The Willow From £345,000
4 Bedroom Detached House The Chestnut From £425,000
4 Bedroom Detached House with Detached Double Garage The Oak £495,000 Plot 80, 81 & 82 Price on request
5 Bedroom Detached House The Walnut £545,000 Plot 83 Price on request
Beech Developments presents the eagerly anticipated Oakwood development set in the picturesque town of Conwy. Nestled in the foothills of Sychnant Pass, the combination of 2, 3, 4 and 5 bedroom homes provides homeowners with modern sustainable living on an attractive landscaped development set against a stunning backdrop.
The 83 plot development sits on part of the former Oakwood Park Hotel golf course. Opened in 1906, the 18-hole golf course attracted many visitors transforming the hotel in to a hugely popular holiday destination. Unfortunately the hotel and golf course fell in to disrepair when the hotel closed in 1940. A number of tees can still be seen on the former golf course. Approximately 1 mile from Oakwood is the Conwy Golf Club, one of several golf courses in the county. Officially formed in 1890, the club is the third oldest in Wales, hosting a number of prestigious events over the years.
Steeped in history, the medieval market town of Conwy boasts World Heritage recognition. The imposing thirteenth-century Conwy Castle, sits in the heart of the town encapsulating the charming town centre with impressive stone walls and towers. Britain’s finest surviving Elizabethan town house, Plas Mawr, stands proudly on the cobbled streets amongst an array of charming shops, vibrant bistros, bars and restaurants. Linked by the ‘marine walk’ along the River Conwy, the bustling Conwy Quay and Conwy Quay's Marina host a variety of hugely popular events, attracting visitors from far and wide.
Sitting next to the boundary of the Snowdonia National Park, Conwy offers an abundance of outdoor activities to suit all ages and abilities. Conwy Mountain, part of the Carneddau range, delivers unmissable panoramic views within a short walking distance from Oakwood. The National Cycle Network Route 5 provides cycle links along the North Wales coast from Prestatyn to LLanfairfechan. A little further afield, Surf Snowdonia and Colwyn Bay Watersports lead the way as North Wales’ premier water sports facilities. Along with the hugely successful Zip World, offering exhilarating experiences in unique locations, North Wales has plenty to offer for everyone.
A primary and secondary school are located within Conwy town itself. Local bus and train routes provide easy access to neighbouring towns and villages, such as the Victorian seaside resort of Llandudno. The A55 Expressway and Conwy station allow easy access links to Chester, Manchester, London and Holyhead. Whether you are a first time buyer or home mover, you can benefit from the Welsh Government’s Help to Buy scheme on many of our outstanding properties at Oakwood.
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35 Pwllycrochan Avenue
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