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Broughton is one of those places which provide so much more than the casual observer would believe. Too big to call itself a village yet too small to be thought of as a town. In its own right it has been sustained by the mass employment provided by the nearby Airbus factory and which provides much of the area’s identity. It also caters for the needs of this workforce by providing the massive Broughton Park shopping complex along with other local outlets, schools, pubs and sports facilities, and in the unlikely event that these fail to satisfy your needs, Chester is minutes away.
The home sits on a slight angle at the far end of a long cul-de-sac, ideally positioned for a young family with children in that the worries of passing traffic becomes a thing of the past. A tall wooden fence crosses the end of the cul-de-sac, concealing the extensive garden of number 31, with a set of double gates behind which is a drive running up to the detached single garage. The main body of the home is surrounded by decorative golden gravel, where a short paved pathway runs towards the semi glazed composite front door in its recessed porch.
Stepping into the ceramic floored inner hallway there is a door to our left to the downstairs cloakroom. Refreshingly, this is comfortably spacious even for the more generously proportioned among us and even provides enough room for the hanging of outdoor clothes.
Past the bottom of the staircase and on the opposite side of the hall is the kitchen, where the ceramic flooring continues. In here we are once again impressed by the generosity of space, as it provides not only room for a comprehensively equipped kitchen but equally importantly, a full sized dining room; something only too rare in modern homes featuring dual purpose rooms like this. The kitchen units are fitted to three walls and include all the vital labour saving devices without which life does not function and unusually the washing machine and dishwasher, while free standing, may well be included in the sale. I have referred to the dining room area as ‘full sized’ and the presence of a proper table that still allows elbow room for the diners more than backs up my claim.
The remaining door off the hall reveals the comfortable and well proportioned lounge with its twin aspect windows providing all the natural light you could wish for. As we enter the room we find the door into the ‘cupboard-under-the-stairs’, the ideal repository for all the ‘stuff’ that every home has and could probably go in the garage but you always have that nagging doubt you may need it quickly and anyway, what use is a Hoover in a garage?
A large set of French windows at the far end of the room open onto the triangular garden with the garage to its far side, beside which is a flagged patio area, perfectly positioned to catch the morning sun. Having breakfasted here, we now watch as the sun moves around the garden finishing the day at a further patio where the BBQ waits to provide the evening meal. This home is not only well located, it even faces the right way…
The remainder of the garden is unusually spacious, something not often found in homes on established estates and possibly the result of being the newest home in the road, on a corner plot and thus able to take advantage of open ground bordering onto the adjacent road which in turn leads across to the playing fields and community centre.
Returning to the hall and climbing the space-efficient turned staircase to the landing, the first of the bedrooms appears on our left. This is the smallest of the rooms but thanks to the design of the stairs manage to become a spacious single room which could even, at a push, contain a double bed. I have certainly slept in smaller but then, I was a student at the time and probably a good deal more flexible…
Adjacent to here the second bedroom is far bigger, being well able to justify its title of double room. Indeed, were this home the product of one of the less scrupulous major building companies, I have no doubt this would be billed as the ‘spacious master bedroom’ while realistically, it is nothing of the sort. It does however, provide ample space for various items of free standing furniture along with a double bed, which is all you need.
Beside here we come to the attractive and well appointed family bathroom, with its ceramic floor and chest high wall tiles throughout which rise to full ceiling height around the bath. The suite comprises a pedestal hand basin, lavatory and traditional bath fitted with a protective glass side screen and wall mounted shower attached to the mixer taps.
Lastly we find the principal bedroom, a well proportioned space where maximum advantage is taken of the available room courtesy of the complete wall of fitted wardrobes providing all the storage you could realistically need (though I bet someone will prove me wrong…), without recourse to free standing furniture. In addition to these, there remains enough room for a couple of chests of drawers beside the double bed, before we come into the en-suite. Again, this is fully tiled in the same style as the family bathroom and is similarly generously proportioned. In here the suite offered comprises a pedestal hand basin, lavatory and walk-in shower cubicle featuring a twin headed rain shower which draws its hot water directly from the gas combi central heating system.