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How many of us have thought at one time or another that we fancied living in a small village but then reality takes over. What we once thought of as charming and idiosyncratic swiftly becomes irritating and plain silly, after all who wants to spend half an hour driving because they have forgotten a couple of items on the weekly shopping list? However here is a home that can provide the illusion of village life but, being less than 10 minutes from the centre of Mold, it brings few, if any of the down-sides. The added bonus being that it is also steeped in character, spacious, comfortable and in excellent condition.
Overlooking the church in Rhosesmor we find this lovely home. There are two entrances, one pedestrian and one vehicular, along a drive passing the side of the building and terminating at the large detached garage measuring 3.6m x 4.7m and 3.5m at it's highest elevation. The pedestrian pathway leads past the other side of the house to the side facing ‘front’ door but, as most arrivals tend to be by car this is seldom used.
The path from the drive passes the oil storage tank positioned for easy access by the delivery company before opening out into a patio area which runs around the corner of the home to the front door. This is attractively decorated with various potted plants giving splashes of colour and providing a pleasant area for al fresco dining, as shown by the table and BBQ. Just past the oil tank is the composite door leading in to the rear hall which fulfils a dual role as a utility room housing the tumble dryer, washing machine and various storage units.
From here we move through the solid wood inner door into the kitchen, a well equipped and welcoming space. It manages to cater for every need and, with fitted units covering one section of all four walls finds room for a large fridge freezer, dishwasher, and free standing electric cooker while remaining capable of housing a usefully sized dining table and four chairs.
From here we enter the inner hallway with its attractive high quality wood laminate flooring and which leads to a crossroads. Turning right, away from the front door reveals the first of the sitting rooms with its corner positioned open fireplace. Currently in use as an office-come-music-room this is adequately large to take various settees or whatever other furniture as would enable you to make the room into anything you need. Up until recently this room was been used as the fourth bedroom
Visible from the window in here and accessed from the hall is the large conservatory. This is spacious and airy as you would expect but rendered far more usable than is usually the case by the addition of a solid roof. This provides not only additional insulation from the summer sun but prevents premature deafness caused by the rain thundering onto the roof. Why the slightest shower is able to make grown men’s ears bleed is a mystery but it remains one of the main drawbacks of conservatory living. A massive radiator, part of the oil fired central heating system ensures that the room is useable all year round, providing yet another choice of venue as a living room.
Back to the cross roads and turning right towards the front door, another door reveals the principal lounge. This is a delightful room made all the more special by two features. The very attractive faux marble fire surround with its working open fireplace and the huge bay window with the seating around it.
Moving upstairs we pass a window on the landing which affords a quite remarkable view to the distant hills and serves as a reminder of the beauty of the surrounding countryside while helps to make this home as special as it is. At the stop of the stairs is the bathroom, a study in understated luxury. With its ceramic tiled floor and contrasting wall tiles everything in here is of the highest quality, with the contemporary suite comprising of a wall mounted heated towel rail/radiator, pedestal hand basin, lavatory and bath with an enclosed glass shower cubicle in the corner, containing an electric shower.
Across the landing from here is the first of the bedrooms, a very well proportioned double. In here there is space for the king size bed with its twin bedside cabinets, along with two free standing wardrobes supplementing the additional storage provided by the two walk-in cupboards.
Further along the landing the second bedroom is of a similar size with ample space for a chest of drawers and a full sized office style desk that together fail to make the room feel at all overpowered. Passing a large bookcase on the landing, we come to the final bedroom.
At the gable end of the home this is perhaps my favourite, with its large bay window overlooking the adjacent churchyard and the walk-in cupboard providing all the storage you could realistically need. I have no doubt there would be arguments over who was to be lucky enough to have this room. There are not many ‘bedrooms’ that can boast that…