A Case For Coastal Living

Many of us have dreamed about leaving the rat race and living somewhere a little closer to nature, and many of us also journey to seaside resorts in order to holiday every year. Why not make your experience year round and take advantage of a fantastic development right by the sea in the Conwy region of North Wales, overlooking the town of Colwyn Bay? With a famed local developer known as Blue Bay, there is a great choice of both Houses andApartments for sale in Colwyn Bay, and their development, in particular, is a rare find.
You’ll be delighted to know that all of the fixtures and fittings within a Blue Bay home are excellent quality, and you’ll be afforded your choice of tiling, cabinets, and other fixtures. That’s right -- you’ll be able to personalise your brand new home as you see fit.
All necessities to modern living are included within a Blue Bay home, and you’ll be looking at a top specification dishwasher, among other goodies which are included within your new build home. Each of said homes occupies a beautiful location, overlooking the sea from the cliffs of Colwyn Bay. Your home will be the envy of everyone around you, and an opportunity to own one of these fantastic luxury homes is certainly a rare thing!
The sea is a source of great memories for a lot of us, and living by the sea can be a source of comfort and indeed a very special thing. That’s not to say that you’ll fear that your home will be on a promenade and subject to seaside attractions, however. With Blue Bay Homes, the location of your home has been chosen carefully, and you’ll benefit from privacy for day-to-day living, as well as excellent travel links to the nearby towns of Llandudno, Conwy, and Betws y Coed -- as well as proximity to the A55, making your commute back to the cities of Northern England as simple as a hop, skip and a jump.

Living by the sea is a wonderful experience, and Blue Bay’s recent development, the View, is certainly enough to make the experience even better. Why not arrange a viewing today?