For those wanting to enjoy modern everyday living
in an established residential area The Sycamores is well worth a look. It is set within a conversation area adjacent
to the prestigious Rydal Penrhos School.
Great consideration has been given to the overall layout
of each contemporary apartment which boasts superb architecture combined with
open plan living and spacious family friendly interiors - the master bedrooms are
complete with en-suite and fitted wardrobes.
Set in its own secluded grounds with private entrance
and driveway. Each apartment has designated
parking, to the rear of the property.
For added convenience each home has its own useful secure storage, unit with
power, which is ideal for bikes and keepsakes.
This sustainable build will combine two blocks of
six apartments, each with its own secure communal entrance and lift access to
the first and second floor – that’s one lift per four apartments. With just two apartments on each floor
residents will enjoy the enhanced sense of privacy.
The Sycamores, Pwllycrochan Avenue, Colwyn Bay is within easy
reach of a wide range of amenities including shops, sports facilities and
schools. There are superb transport network links to bus, rail and the A55.
Colwyn Bay has always been a popular tourist
destination for its natural beauty and many attractions including the Welsh
Mountain Zoo, but it is also the second largest community and business centre
in North Wales.
A number of tourist destinations are on your
doorstep and the neighbouring Victorian town of Llandudno is just a 6-mile
drive away. It was recently voted as the
UK’s number one seaside resort and the forth best UK destination overall by
Trip Adviser. It is now also set to be
home to one of the finest award-winning restaurants in the area - Dylan’s, take a seat at one of its best
tables and take in the beautiful sea views.
There’s a whole host of shops, pubs, restaurants,
tea shops and coffee shops to choose from in this picturesque Victorian seaside
town. There really is something for everyone;
animal lovers, beach goers, bowlers, canoers, cricket fans, cycling enthusiasts,
fishing, football, golfers, kayakers, music fans, paddle boarding, powerboating,
fine restaurants, rugby, sailing, strollers, skate parks, swimming, tennis, theatre
lovers, water sports and windsurfing.
Colwyn Bay has received more than £52 million worth
of investment in recent years. The new Porth Eirias Watersports Centre is now
open on the newly remodelled beach and promenade. The centre boasts an exciting new restaurant
where you will find famous chef Bryn Williams dishing up his culinary delights.
Monies invested in improving sea defence and
tourism, protecting homes, businesses and transport links in Colwyn Bay from
flood damage. Approximately, half a
million tonnes of fine golden sand was pumped onto Colwyn Bay beach and in 2016
it was awarded a prestigious Blue Flag. This is now set to continue and work is
underway to transform the west side of the Beech and the renovation of the
famous Victorian pier.
The development is less than five-minute walk to
this beautiful beach which stretches for three miles to Rhos on Sea.
The National Cycle Route 5 runs along the North
Wales Coast and links Rhyl, Kinmel Bay, Abergele, Colwyn Bay, Rhos on Sea,
Llandudno, Conwy, Penmaenmawr and Llanfairfechan, and finally to the city of
Bangor. It is mostly traffic free and
gives stunning views with plenty of
refreshment stops along the way as the route passes through many pretty towns
and villages. If you travel East it takes
you out of Wales to the Roman City of Chester.
There are several large super markets close by to
the Sycamores, the nearest is Morrisons which is literally on your
doorstep. Tesco is just a 10 minute
drive away in Llandudno Junction. Asda and Marks and Spencer are in the
neighbouring Victorian seaside resort of Llandudno which is approximately 15
minutes by car.
With Theatr Colwyn on your doorstep and Parc Eirias
just a short drive away you’ll be spoilt for choice with films, concerts,
theatrical performances and some of the biggest sporting and music events in
There are many Primary schools to choose from
within the area including; Rydal Penrhos a private school, Ysgol Glan Y Mor,
Ysgol Pendorlan, Ysgol Pen Y Bryn, Ysgol Ty Gwyn Jones and Ysgol Hen Golwyn and
St Joseph’s RC Primary School. If the
Welsh-language is your preferred choice for education consider Ysgol Bod Alaw.
There are also several high schools in the area
these being; Ysgol Eirias, Ysgol Bryn Elian, Rydal Penrhos. Because of the development’s close proximity
to the train station King’s School in Chester is also an option. Again the Welsh choice is Ysgol Creuddyn in
For those looking for places of further education
Colleg Llandrillo is a short drive away and Bangor University is a commutable
30 minute journey.
In terms of position Colwyn Bay is only ten minutes
from the local historical town of Conwy which is steeped in history with five
National Trust properties including Aberconwy House, Bodnant Gardens, Conwy
Suspension Bridge, Ty’n y Coed Uchaf andTy Mawr Wybrnant. The town also boasts
three stunning CADW properties including Conwy Castle, the Conwy Town Walls and
Plas Mawr Elizabethan Town House.
Given its close proximity to the A55 makes some of
the most popular cities of the North West accessible such as Chester which is a
45 minute drive. And, larger cities such
as Liverpool which is an hour and 10 minutes away by car or Manchester which is
only an hour and a half away.
You can also catch the train to London in less than
Colwyn Bay is also affiliated with many famous
people including; Timothy Dalton (James Bond), Terry Jones (Monty Python), Mickey
Thomas (Manchester United / Wrexham etc)
Helen Willets (BBC weather reporter) and William Roach (Ken Barlow of
Coronation Street) attended Rydal as a boy.