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Carmel manages the difficult trick of feeling suburban while taking maximum advantage of its elevated position to provide the sort of open views rarely associated with such a location. As a further bonus the convenience of the shops and leisure facilities of Holywell lie moments away, equally accessible by car or public transport and this, with the associated ease of getting the little darlings to school conspires to make this a family home with much to commend it.
The right hand half of a pair of semis, the home is given a level of privacy thanks to the substantial hedge to the front behind which, the front garden is given over to decorative golden gravel. Alongside this the broad drive gives off road parking space for two cars, before finishing at a tall wooden fence giving security and further privacy to the rear garden.
Opening the white UPVC front door with its matching light to one side takes us into the inner hallway, where the turned staircase rises to our left. On the opposite wall is the door to the downstairs cloakroom, a feature that until you live with one, you will wonder how you ever did without.
On the other side of the hall a very attractive semi glazed solid wood door opens into the lounge with its high quality and practical wood laminate flooring. This is a comfortable and welcoming space kept pleasantly light by the shallow bay window and where the main focal point is provided by the living flame gas fire and its wooden surround and mantle piece.
At the rear of the room is a fully glazed set of twin doors opening into the rear facing dining room which could, if simply left open make this into a very large through room. However should you favour formal dining and want a separate room to indulge yourself, merely closing these gives you the choice. You could even use it as a further bedroom if the need arose......well I did say this home was versatile.
Two doors, one from the hall, the other from the dining room allow us into the kitchen. This, while not huge is thoughtfully laid out and provides all the work space and storage you could realistically need, along with the labour saving machinery demanded in today’s modern world.
To the rear the back door opens onto a a broad strip of concrete running the full width of the home and around the gable end, leading up to the fence between here and the front parking area, providing a sheltered sun trap perfect for relaxing or casual dining and BBQs. After all, it is a family home and this is how many families choose to spend their leisure time. To one side a short flight of steps leads up to the tiered lawn where we find a fairly large and solid looking wooden store shed. This lawn is bordered by a waist high concrete wall, at the top of which lies an area of crushed slate, the ideal setting for various planters and pots ensuring splashes of colour overlooking the garden.
Returning indoors to the hall and climbing the stairs we find ourselves opposite the first of the rear facing bedrooms. Although the smallest of the rooms this is none the less a proper double room, as proved by the double bed found in it. Admittedly when this is in position there is little space left for free standing furniture but it remains perfectly adequate as an occasional double or alternatively, a quite extravagant single.
Adjacent to here and also overlooking the rear garden we find the home’s principal bedroom. This has dimensions worthy of the title, being able to accommodate two stand-alone wardrobes with a vanity unit/chest of drawers between, along with the double bed and its twin bedside cabinets.
Moving towards the front of the home we come to the bathroom, tiled to waist height in fashionable marble effect tiles with a stainless steel towel rail/radiator this features a suite of pedestal hand basin, lavatory and traditional bath while the wall opposite plays host to a walk in shower where the tile work continues.
Beside here the remaining bedroom is currently in use as a child’s room where, although smaller than the principal there is more than enough space to let young imaginations run wild. However what really sets this room apart and in my opinion makes it a candidate for becoming the main bedroom, is the view. Taking advantage of the elevated position to look above the roofs of the neighbouring homes you are rewarded by a panoramic vista of the Dee estuary, which can never be a bad thing.