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Do you like the photos?? Well may be you would you like to view this home personally because, one of the best things about NewHome4U is, we OPEN 7 DAYS a WEEK and we’re physically in the office 4U just so that you can view, ‘’like no other estate agent in Mold’
The single most common request we receive in our office is for bungalows in Mold but sadly, they are like hen’s teeth, with those that we are asked to sell being snapped up almost immediately. I have no doubt that this example will follow the same course, especially when taking into account its advantageous price. Obviously the price may sound warnings to some as it demonstrates that there is work needing to be done but this is more in the way of updating rather than restorations and probably within the remit of the average DIY enthusiast. This, when coupled with its position, within an easy stroll of the town centre and several supermarkets, makes for a very appealing proposition to become the next Newhome4U.
On a cul-de-sac parallel with and set back from the main Mold – Denbigh road sit three identical bungalows. Built by the same developer and having the advantage of private garages accessed via a shared side road they provide the Holy Grail to residents this close to any town centre; parking. The particular home we have available here lies beside the shared access road and is separated from it by a low chain link fence, making things even easier when wanting to get to your garage.
To the front of the home is a decorative garden largely laid to areas of gravel with a small mature tree centrally positioned and with shrubs around the perimeter adding a splash of colour.
Immediately to the front of the home lies a rockery with several large pots adding further interest, while up the side runs a concrete path, leading up to the ‘front’ door.
Centrally positioned in the gable end of the home and set in a recessed porch providing shelter for visitors, this opens straight into the main hall. On our left, towards the front of the home lies the lounge with its large picture window overlooking the front garden. This is a comfortably sized room, not huge but taking into account the number of likely residents in a two bedroom home, just about perfect. Supporting the gas fired central heating is a living flame gas fire sitting in a typical 70s style tiled fireplace, one of the probable targets for up-dating but in the meantime it provides the sort of focal point that keeps you warm just by looking at it.
Opposite here across the hall is the first of the bedrooms. Overlooking the rear garden this again is a comfortably sized room with space for a double bed and all the free standing furniture you could possibly need; unless you are a market trader needing somewhere to keep the stock…. One small feature that I noticed which brought back memories of my own childhood was the pull switch for the light positioned above the head of the bed. So simple and so effective, why did this idea ever fall out of fashion?
Returning to the front of the home and to the main bedroom, we find a large picture window allowing the light to flood in and making for a delightful room. It comes with a huge set of fitted wardrobes which make the absolute most of the available space, resulting in a room that feels even bigger than it actually is.
Adjacent to here and moving towards the rear of the home is the bathroom. This is already fully tiled in fashionable dark grey which makes any up-dating program less a matter of urgency and provides a white suite of pedestal hand basin, lavatory and a proper traditional enamel bath. These are a revelation after sitting in a modern plastic version, feeling more solid, secure and just nicer. Above the bath is an electric shower with an accompanying curtain and a large airing cupboard where we find the hot water tank.
Finally we come into the kitchen. This is a large square room and will probably form the centre of any scheme of updating, but it gives masses of space to realise your own dreams. There is a large pantry for general storage and also housing the gas meter which reduces the need for several units, plumbing for an automatic washing machine, with the gas central heating boiler mounted beneath the work tops. To the rear of the room there is a back door into a small utility room offering further storage and housing a large freezer, before leading out into the rear garden.
This is mainly given over to grass and gravel, with a raised area to the rear and surrounded by wooden fencing. There is a vehicle sized gate in the fence between here and the garages, separating the garden from the access drive while giving the option of parking a car actually in the garden, leaving the garage free for additional storage if required.