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Any two bedroom house in Mold will always represent an excellent investment whether it is as a home for yourself or as a profitable rental proposition, so this represents an excellent opportunity in either guise. Providing of course that you are prepared for a fairly substantial renovation project you can rest assured that your money will be as safe is it ever can be.
Set back from King Street behind a broad area of lawned grass we find this end of terrace home. A shared pedestrian access separates the terrace from the lawn, allowing neighbours to reach their front doors and makes for an almost university campus feel, only needed a few dreaming spires on the horizon.
Opening the front door takes us directly into the front lounge, kept warm and cosy by the traditional gas fire. The remainder of the home is heated by individual wall mounted gas heaters in various of the rooms, in the absence of any form of central heating. The room is square in shape and while not huge, will comfortably accommodate all the furniture you need and provides additional storage in the shape of a large fitted cupboard filling the recess to one side of the chimney breast.
Moving to the rear we come into the dining room, where the stairs rise along the outer wall with a partition beneath them, producing a small storage area. This room is similar to the lounge in size and shape that is, until we enter the galley kitchen running off the rear. Here is one area where the home does need some imagination to accommodate all we have come to expect from our kitchens as there is presently only space for a free standing gas cooker and a single sink and drainer unit. Beyond here, a section of the outer wall is lost to another wall mounted gas heater, before a large cupboard housing a large gas fired ‘instant’ hot water boiler.
Finally, we come to the bathroom, the fittings of which can be viewed in one of two ways. The three piece bathroom suite in deep burgundy is either a faithful homage to the 1970s or an abomination against the laws of God and man. It all depends on your taste. Whatever your verdict, remember that close relatives of yours once considered colour schemes like this to be the height of chic…..and in years to come, so will you!!
Stepping out through the back door brings us into a narrow strip of yard that runs around the rear of the kitchen and bathroom, providing somewhere to keep the wheelie bins off the road. A gate to one side allows us into the road itself.
Moving upstairs on our left is the first of the bedrooms. Overlooking the rear of the home this features another of the wall mounted gas heaters. Above the stair well is a boxed in section while above this, a hatchway gives access to the loft cavity.
Adjacent to here and overlooking the front lawns, is the principal bedroom. Mirroring the dimensions of the lounge beneath it, this is a large room albeit one showing signs of the remedial work needed to restore this home to its former glories, as damp is evident in one corner which would necessitate some re-plastering. This is somewhat typical of the home in general; although fundamentally sound, in order to become somewhere you would be keen to live will require a little effort, but this is something it will reward in spades.