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When we think of the typical British home the image we tend to conjour up is that of a three bedroom semi detached firmly entrenched in suburbia. It is in homes such as these that most of us spent our formative years and if they were good enough for us they should be good enough for our children - or am I starting to sound like a Monty Python sketch? The only problem with these homes is finding one with a feeling of originality because after all, who wants to live in a home identical to the one next door? The good news is that this particular example provides just that and, with the energy saving solar panels minimising the electricity bills, it is well worth a look.
Approaching the home we find a long concrete drive running past the building to the detached garage at the rear. Beside the drive the front garden has been separated into two halves, one of attractive crushed slate with the remaining area given over to a zen style garden of golden gravel and raised areas of planters providing variety.
The fully glazed white UPVC front door opens into the inner hallway with its eye catching and obviously high quality wood laminate flooring, where the staircase rises in front of us. On the left is the door into the lounge, where this floor continues, producing a warm and welcoming atmosphere. The room is comfortably large without being overpowering and the atmosphere is further enhanced by the pretty marble fireplace and the living flame gas fire it contains.
At the top of the hall we come into the kitchen where the home begins to assert its individuality. Here, the chef is almost completely surrounded by fitted units containing masses of storage space and labour saving devices to satisfy the demands of the 21st century. Beyond the central arm of units we move into the dining section of the room which refreshingly, is big enough to justify the title of dining room, even currently accommodating a traditional Welsh dresser without feeling at all cramped.
At the rear of the dining room is an archway leading into the large and cheerful conservatory where the laminate floor continues once again. The main concern with conservatories open to the living space is, ironically, conservation, this time of heat. Here this potential problem is ably addressed by the wall mounted heat exchange unit ensuring you are toastie warm in the winter and cool in the summer.
Stepping through the rear facing French doors into the garden we find a large paved patio area, sheltered and ideal for al fresco dining or relaxing with friends. To one side is the detached garage with its additional side access door where I also noticed that the roof looks to have been quite recently replaced and, being set at a sloping angle will ensure water cannot pool causing future problems. Beyond the patio the remainder of the garden is far larger than I expected, enclosed with wooden fencing and laid almost entirely to grass and being provided with some shade by established trees, none of which are actually on your land making maintenance someone else’s concern, which is reassuring… From here we can also see the roof mounted solar panels which are not part of a shared ownership scheme, having been fully paid for by the current owner. In turn this means that the entire benefit of the power they produce is passed on in the form of reduced outgoings on electricity; something even more reassuring.
Back indoors and climbing the stairs we come face to face with the family bathroom which while not huge is comprehensively equipped and, like the rest of this appealing home, fastidiously maintained. Fully tiled to ceiling height around the bath area and chest height elsewhere it contains a unitary lavatory and hand basin and a traditional bath with electric shower above, with a full length shower curtain.
Adjacent to here lies the first of the double bedrooms which is comfortably proportioned and features one complete wall of massive fitted wardrobes, sufficiently large to satisfy a market trader in need of somewhere to store his stock. Those of us with fewer clothes however, may find ourselves scouring the shops looking for bargains with which to fill them.
Moving to the front of the home we address the elephant in the room or rather, the room with no space for an elephant. Even a little one. In common with virtually every other three bed semi, this third room is strictly only suitable as a single, or perhaps a nursery. Although with threats of further covid lock-downs looming it would make an ideal home office, rendering the daily commute a thing of the past.
And finally we come to the principal bedroom. Larger than its double counterpart this has a picture window overlooking the front of the home and offers sufficient space for twin bedside cabinets either side of the bed, a free standing chest of drawers and two wardrobes with a central dressing table and vanity unit. In short, it has everything you could ask for in a principal bedroom.