Plot 24, The Links, Porthcawl



Property Description

This superb two bedroom first-floor apartment offers a contemporary open plan kitchen/living/dining area views of the Royal Porthcawl golf course from the side of the home.

The lounge area features exposed timber beam and pitched roof feature.

The master bedroom is complete with an en-suite. There is also a second bathroom next to bedroom 2, utility room and storage cupboard.

Apartment 24 is accessed through an independent entrance and comes with two allocated parking spaces.






  • Two bedrooms
  • Master bedroom with en-suite
  • Open plan kitchen/living/dining
  • Two allocated parking spaces

Price £350,000

Floor Plans

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6.9m x 6.0m / 22’4″ x 19’8″

Master Bedroom

3.6m x 3.4m / 12’0″ x 11’2″

Bedroom 2

3.5m x 2.5m / 11’6″ x 8’2″


Specifications Overview

  • Situated in a Grade II Victorian listed building
  • Open plan living
  • Private balconies offering sea views
  • Landscaped courtyard
  • Contemporary kitchen with integrated appliances
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The Links

Rest Bay beach

This Blue Flag-awarded beach is popular all year round; its sea conditions attract surfers and sports enthusiasts together with walkers and bathers
in the summer months.

Royal Porthcawl Golf Club

The prestigious club members-only club has been highly commended by golfing champions. The spectacular coastal setting of the course complements wide open skies providing sensational views.

Pink bay beach

A 15-minute walk from Rest Bay lies Pink Bay, a steep pebble bank down onto a flat beach edged by a rocky shoreline with a charming pink marble effect.

Kenfig National Nature Reserve

Kenfig National Nature Reserve is a hidden gem; designated as a Special Area of Conservation sand dunes surround a variety of fen orchids exuding fragrant yellow gorse flowers.

Porthcawl Harbour

Porthcawl Harbour where you can find restaurants, cafes and the Porthcawl Lighthouse.

Harbour Bar & Kitchen

Harbour Bar & Kitchen offers a deluxe British food menu and classic cocktails and sea views.

The Grand Pavilion

The Grand Pavilion was opened in 1932built as a venue for civic functions and dances. The Grand Pavilion remains a focal point on
the Porthcawl seafront and hosts a wide variety of events.