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Between Mynyd Isa and New Brighton lies the area known as Bryn y Baal, the translation of which reads as ‘God’s Mountain’ and, having savoured the view towards Moel Fammau I can only conclude that God is a very lucky chap. Within minutes of both the parade of shops in Mynyd Isa and the main road network you could not ask for a more convenient location and the combination of open views and easy access make a very persuasive mix. For anyone with school age children still at home, being moments’ walk from both junior and secondary schools brings an advantage the kids may not thank you for but will make your life easier…
Hill View is a short cul-de-sac with the obvious appeal of remaining virtually traffic free, made even more so for number 8 by its being almost at the top of the road. A steep concrete drive climbs past the tiered front lawn, alongside the gable and of the home to the attached brick garage. In the centre of this side wall we find the glazed UPVC “front” door, opening into the main hallway.
Stepping into the hall a door immediately on our right reveals the first of the double bedrooms. Although this is not a particularly big room it is given the illusion of space thanks to its twin aspect windows maximising the already impressive views. Smaller than expected it may be but there is still space for everything you need, unless your taste in bedroom furniture is out of control.
Next to this the second bedroom is most definitely a single room, albeit with similarly extensive views. A perfectly adequate single or child’s room, this could alternatively be transformed into a splendid home office for anyone Mr Sunak has yet to bully back into the workplace.
The final room overlooking the front of the home is the principal bedroom. This is as spacious as you would expect and is further aided by the large fitted wardrobe occupying one corner of the room. This leaves easily enough floor space for the double bed and any chests of drawers and dressing tables you require.
Opposite the first bedroom is the door into the bathroom which although not huge, contains everything you need in the form of a pedestal hand basin, lavatory and traditional bath with an electric shower above. The room is tiled throughout from floor to ceiling and features in one corner, a deep linen cupboard which I suspect originally housed the hot water tank prior to the fitting of the modern Worcester combi boiler in the loft space.
The remaining door off the hall opens into the lounge, where the home takes on an altogether more expansive feeling. This already sizeable room benefits from the home having been extended to the rear, allowing for the inclusion of a very comfortably sized dining room portion overlooking the rear garden. The main focal point of the lounge is provided by the faux marble backed fire surround and the living flame gas fire it contains. Moving though to the dining room there is a large set of sliding patio doors opening onto the garden where there is a small paved area before a set of steps leads up to the lawn.
To one side of the lawn is a substantial greenhouse in excellent condition to delight the green fingered among you before we come, in the far corner to the delightful summer house. On the surface this appears a little ramshackle but closer examination reveals this to be nothing a busy weekend with a tin of something ‘doing what it says on the tin’ could not remedy.
Returning to the house there is a door beside the kitchen giving access to the rear of the garage which, I was pleased to find was far wider than the standard garage we have come to expect, providing not only storage space but room for a small hobby workshop.
Beside here is a second set of large sliding patio doors, these giving access back into the kitchen. This is a slightly ‘L’ shaped room with the short arm being lined with fitted units to three sides, providing for a washing machine, dishwasher and a free standing electric cooker, though as gas is present in the home I assume this to have been a matter of choice. The longer arm of the room has units fitted along one side, which accommodates the fridge, freezer and tumble drier. So as you see, everything you need is either here or can be supplied although the room itself is undeniably a little dated but, as the kitchen is frequently one of the first things to be altered by new owners, this is probably not the issue it may seem.