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Set back from King Street and within sight of the McDonalds roundabout (for those who love a Maccy D's) is a terrace of small houses with a large area of communal lawn between them and the pavement. Resembling the background of an L.S. Lowry painting these homes typify the style of working class housing common at the turn of the 19th century, though it is doubtful that anyone from those times would recognise them now, with their double glazing, central heating and all the creature comforts we have come to expect.
It is this modernisation that has added so enormously to their appeal, their modest dimensions concealing what have become very desirable homes in what must be one of Mold’s most convenient locations.
Stepping through the front door takes us straight into the front facing lounge, which immediately impresses with its comfortably generous dimensions. Make no mistake, this home has all the attributes of a cottage; something underlined by the feature beamed ceiling but having been painted white, these beams manage to convey the cottage atmosphere we crave, without making the room too gloomy as can often be the case.
Towards the rear of the room another door opens into what was originally the ‘back parlour’, where the family would have both cooked and eaten. Today, along with the staircase and the expected storage beneath it, this has been transformed by the addition of the modern bathroom or, if you are feeling pedantic, shower room.
In here is a full width unitary storage module incorporating both the lavatory and a table top style hand basin while opposite here is the large walk-in shower. This is fully tiled from floor to ceiling and draws its hot water directly from the gas combi central heating boiler ensuring a constant temperature and pressure.
Beyond the stairs an archway opens out into the kitchen / breakfast room which is positioned in an extension to the original building. This features a fashionable dark grey ceramic floor, with fitted units along one complete wall finishing beneath the rear facing window. Opposite these the other complete wall is given over to a long breakfast bar with a fashionable vertical radiator at one end which goes a long towards compensating for any lack of a formal dining room.
Through the back door and into the rear courtyard we find a pleasant, enclosed and fully paved sun-trap which is ideal for relaxing with a cool drink at the end of a long day and is even large enough to encourage friends to drop round for a BBQ when the weather permits.
A pedestrian gate in the back fence gives access to the feeder road at the rear of the home and offers two unofficial parking spaces, but its closeness to the town centre means that owning a car starts to seem an unnecessary expense as all the facilities you could ever need are only a short stroll away.
Returning indoors to the bottom of the stairs, you notice that in addition to the spacious amount of storage beneath the staircase, space has also been found for the tall fridge freezer which contributes to the roominess of the kitchen.
However, it is at the top of the stairs that this home springs its real surprise, in that when you first arrive and see the frontage you would anticipate tiny bedrooms but nothing could be further from the truth.
A door to your left opens into the rear bedroom, the size of which immediately impresses. It is fair to say that this dwarves many offerings found in some of the modern new-build estates springing up around the county and means that this charming little home offers accommodation above and beyond that which you expect. The large window keeps the room well lit and provides a pleasing view towards the river and rugby pitches beyond.
The remaining bedroom, overlooking the front of the home, being of identical dimensions to the lounge below. It is a comfortably sized double room that anyone would be proud of. Being set as far back from the road as it is, makes traffic noise virtually unnoticeable and the lawn to the front of the home adds a pleasing green swathe to the view. To give an impression of the space available, the room currently contains a double bed with a pair of small chests of drawers, one either side in place of bedside cabinets, a further tall chest of drawers beside fitted shelving units for additional clothes storage and a full sized student’s desk doubling as a dressing table. So as you see, space in here is never an issue in fact, trying to find faults in this home with which to take issue at all, is far from easy.