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Pont y Bodkin lies on the main road out to Llandegla and the beauty of the moors, while remaining a short walk from the facilities of Leeswood for those occasions when getting the car out for the five minute drive into Mold is just too much trouble. This particular home is positioned set back from the road so any preconceived ideas you may have about associated noise virtually disappear, meaning the sense of country living comes with minimal inconvenience and for those with small children, the close proximity of Leeswood brings a further advantage in the shape if its highly regarded primary school.
There is a large square area of gravel to the front of the home providing generous parking and there is also a long stretch of grass along one side of this square. Approaching the home we find a large porch, doubling as an entrance lobby and providing space for coats, boots and all manner of other paraphernalia.
Stepping through the inner front door puts us in the wide hall with its quality wood laminate flooring and where, immediately on our right is the downstairs cloakroom, containing a hand basin and lavatory.
Opposite here to the left sits the door to the lounge where the wood flooring continues. This is a very warm and welcoming room, its large picture window ensuring a good level of light at all times, and the comfort level maintained by the pretty bespoke fireplace housing the log burning stove. This will guarantee that those toes remain toastie warm the whole winter through.
The remaining door off the hall puts us in the kitchen. Here we find a black ceramic tiled floor offering pleasing contrast to the wood faced kitchen units. The kitchen is very well equipped, having all the modern labour saving devices we have come to expect and features an integrated fridge and freezer, similarly integrated dish washer, a washing machine and wait for it, a slimline wine fridge. Now there’s luxury…. A recently serviced Worcester LPG powered gas combi boiler sits on an outside wall and powers the central heating. This is fed from LPG bottles housed in the connecting path to the side of the home. This whole kitchen/dining room is very comfortably sized, allowing it to fulfil its dual role with ease, something too few kitchen/dining rooms can boast about.
To the rear of the dining area is a large set of sliding patio doors opening out onto a concrete base, prepared and ready to accept a conservatory of your choice or, to remain as hard standing for an al fresco dining area. The remainder of the rear garden is divided between paving slabs and lawn, with what appears as wood built workshop at the bottom. However this is misleading as the woodwork is merely a cladding in which a cinder block building is concealed. In here is a useful workshop with its own light and power supply which has all the makings of the perfect man-cave. All this is enclosed by wooden fencing, making it a safe haven for small children. To further cater for youngsters, there are two public play areas within an easy stroll and to cater for oldsters, an excellent and well patronised pub is within a similar distance. Just saying…..
Moving upstairs via the massive turned wooden staircase we find immediately on the right, the smallest bedroom. For anyone who has looked round a typical three bedroom semi, this is amazing. A third bedroom that would actually hold a bed. And a wardrobe. And a chest of drawers. And a person. And all at the same time. Now that is rare.
Adjacent to this is the second bedroom. This is a comfortable double room and, with its large picture window, a light and pleasant place to be.
On the other side of the bedroom is the family bathroom, half tiled and equipped with, as expected a unitary hand basin and lavatory and unexpectedly, a huge corner bath just crying out for the scented candles, a chilled bottle of Chablis and a good book. As I think I said previously; luxury.
Lastly we come to the master bedroom which is far bigger than its counterparts, easily accommodating a king sized bed and twin bedside cabinets while still keeping an ace up its sleeve. Opening the door to the en-suite we find a room far more generous than many of its type, fully tiled and featuring another hand basin and lavatory, along with a corner mounted walk in shower cubicle with mains fed power shower. But this is no ordinary shower, this is an M&S shower. Fitted with various massaging jets and its own integrated sound system (yes, really…) this is something from a high end boutique spa hotel and goes towards making you feel just a bit special and isn’t that what you want from a home?