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What is it that makes the perfect British home? If I had to sum it up in a word it would be suburbia, for although many aspire to more remote countryside locations, when considering the inconvenience this inevitably brings you come to realise that silence and views are often not worth the trade-off. If you can find somewhere different enough to feel individual while remaining within reach of all the facilities you need during everyday life you will have found the Holy Grail. And here it is… assuming three bedrooms are sufficient for your family needs.
On a corner plot at the head of a small cul-de-sac within walking distance of Aldi (I don’t know why I mention that as you won’t be carrying home a supermarket shop in one go), we find this lovely and characterful home. A block paved driveway curves around the front of the home where one side leads up to the doors of the over-sized garage.
Beside the garage is the large canopy style porch offering shelter to those unfortunate enough to have to unload the shopping through the rain, before entering via the attractive composite front door. Inside the inner hallway with its quality wood laminate flooring, a door to our right reveals the downstairs cloakroom. Although not the largest example you will find, this makes maximum use of its available space by featuring a very clever hand basin mounted into the top of the lavatory cistern. Yes, I know it sounds odd but wait till you see it…
On the left hand side of the hall a solid wood door with a large glass panel opens into the forward facing lounge, a delightful room with twin aspect windows minimising shadows and striking the perfect balance between size and comfort. Big enough to feel special, small enough to feel cosy with the cosy sensation enhanced further by the raw brink fireplace and the wood burning stove it contains this is somewhere to enjoy the peace that being at home should bring.
Opposite here we come through another glazed door into a room that is becoming more common in homes today, a large open plan kitchen/dining/sitting room. ‘L’ shaped in layout we enter through the kitchen area where there are fitted units to three walls and an additional breakfast bar forming a natural barrier between here and the rest of the space. These units are of the highest quality and genuinely stylish, epitomised by the solid wood work tops and the inset Belfast sink. Needless to say, the units contain every mod con imaginable, down to the weapons grade six burner hob and there is sufficient space for the galloping gourmet to rush around in comfort as he feeds the assembled masses. Too many cooks? Well at least there’s room for them.
Beyond the breakfast bar is space for a sensibly sized dining table enabling the whole family to eat together as a matter of course and not solely at Christmas, before the room moves through an arch into a spacious sitting area. In here a large picture window and a set of French doors ensure almost outdoor levels of light, while the sheltered patio outside means that as soon as the weather becomes appropriate the room virtually becomes part of the garden.
And speaking of which, this patio area is slightly sunken before a couple of steps take us up to the lawn with its colourful crushed slate borders. In the far corner of the lawn is a paved seating and BBQ area where the family can take maximum advantage of any real summer we are lucky enough to receive and, in spite of being in suburbia, to do so with a degree of privacy courtesy of the tall wooden fencing surrounding the whole garden. Though happily, this is not so tall as to cast intrusive shadows so your tan should not suffer…
Another door from the dining room reveals the utility room and internal access to the attached garage, along with the cleverly concealed and highly functional home office. Unlike most of its type this is a serious workspace with room for two formal desks and various filing cabinets and storage racks, perfect for many home businesses.
At the top of the space saving turned staircase we turn left past the linen cupboard which also contains the Worcester gas combi boiler towards the first of the bedrooms. This is an excellently proportioned double room where the twin bedside cabinets alongside the double bed fit with ease, as do the two huge chest of drawers so storage will never be a problem.
Adjacent to here the second bedroom which, currently in use as a child’s room is still adequately large for a double, being able to accommodate any free standing furniture you may choose.
Moving back towards the staircase brings us to the family bathroom which, like the rest of this home is finished to a high standard. Fully tiled throughout and with a ceramic floor it contains a suite comprising a pedestal hand basin, lavatory and a ‘P’ shaped bath with a curved glass protective side screen to prevent water splashes from the twin headed rain shower above.
Finally we come to the principal bedroom which predictably, is by by far the largest of the three. The room features a vast fitted wardrobe filling the majority of two of the walls and providing about as much storage space as Marks & Spencer, future proofing your clothes storage needs There is a neat fitted dressing table/vanity unit in one corner, leaving ample space to move around the double bed with its twin bedside cabinets. Spacious, comfortable and with a touch of luxury. What more could you need?