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Bromfield Close, situated just off Wrexham Road on the inner outskirts of Mold, represents all the best aspects of suburban living. While commuting from here is simplicity itself and open countryside is but a stone’s throw away, it remains within an easy walk of the town centre, with all the convenience that suggests.
For such a family oriented home as this, an important consideration is its location in regard to local schools and here it could scarcely be bettered with Bryn Coch Primary less than a 10 minute walk away and Mold Alun Secondary a matter of yards distant. So, no excuses for clogging up the roads with unnecessary car journeys during the rush hour, however hard the little darling’s protest!!
Sitting on a generous corner plot with lawned gardens to the front and side behind well trimmed hedges, this home is immediately appealing to the eye. There is a pedestrian path from the pavement towards the front elevation which then passes down the side of the home to the “front” door. Further access is gained via the broad driveway, with parking for two cars side by side in front of the detached garage, before re-joining the path.
Opening the semi glazed white UPVC front door takes us into the central hallway where on our immediate left is the door to the very handy downstairs cloakroom. In here we find the usual suspects, a pedestal hand basin and low level flush lavatory.
Passing the turned staircase to the far end of the hall brings us to a door into the lounge which is fully glazed to allow additional light into this already bright room.
The lounge is a delightful space, running the entire depth of the home and featuring a large bay window at one end with a corresponding set of sliding patio doors at the other. In the centre is a painted brick fireplace with a very convincingly realistic living flame effect electric fire. This is in keeping with the dark wood furniture of the dining room section, indeed all it seems to lack is an Edwardian gentleman standing with his back to the flames regaling the family with his overseas adventures….oops I get carried away, let’s go back into the room!
It is easily large enough to assume the twin roles of a lounge and full sized dining room, rather than the all too frequent ‘lounge with a table stuck at one end’. Further credentials, were any needed, are supplied in the form of the useful serving hatch through into the kitchen which ensures no one has to suffer cold soup. Why these ever fell out of fashion I will never know because they are simply so practical.
The remaining door from the hall reveals the kitchen / breakfast room with its attractive fully ceramic floor. Stepping into here is a little like a time warp in that the units have the 1980s stamped all over them, but their condition is such that it is difficult to believe they were not fitted last year. Replacing the kitchen is always high on the priorities list for many new home owners but in this instance, it would be purely a matter of taste.
In place of the back door is a fully glazed internal door opening into the rear facing conservatory. This example is square in layout, with a single plane sloping roof and is of maintenance free UPVC construction. To one side is a set of French doors which open into the patio style rear garden.
This is almost completely maintenance free, being laid to paving slabs and surrounded by decorative raised beds around the perimeter. This space provides a sheltered area which is not overlooked and is ideal for relaxing with friends and family in the sunshine after a hard days slog.
Moving up the space efficient turned staircase we come to the landing and then the first of the bedrooms.
Overlooking the side of the home this generously proportioned bedroom benefits from one complete wall of mirror fronted fitted wardrobes. Such is the amount of space that this frees up, it makes the room a perfectly acceptable double, in fact if this were in a modern new-build on some faceless estate, I have no doubt it would carry the title of “spacious main bedroom.
Beside here we find the bathroom or to be strictly accurate, the shower room. This has a dark grey vinyl floor covering and no, I don’t mean lino but rather, something resembling wood laminate but waterproof and warmer on the feet. The room is heated by a towel rail/radiator and offers a unitary hand basin with storage beneath, lavatory and corner mounted glass shower cubicle containing an electrically powered shower.
The next bedroom is currently seeing service as a formal dressing room but should your family needs deny you such luxuries, it remains a comfortably proportioned single bedroom with a large fitted cupboard leaving adequate space for additional free standing furniture.
Last but not least we come to the principal bedroom. Needless to say this is by far the largest of the rooms; overlooking the front garden it provides room for twin bedside cabinets along with the double bed while still leaving enough free floor space for a free standing wardrobe, large chest of drawers and a formal dressing table. In short, it does everything you can ask of it, and in style.