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Accessibility is key when seeking a family home and this has it in spades. Almost within sight of historic Hawarden and with the farm park and petting zoo on the doorstep, the cultural and entertainment needs of the kids are catered for and for Mum, the Asda megastore is mere moments away making her life as easy as possible. For anyone still embroiled in the rat race of the daily commute, the Queensferry expressway makes travelling to Deeside, South Wirral and beyond child’s play while in the other direction, the playground that is the North Wales coast awaits you. Perfect? Very nearly.
A wide gateway allows us onto a spacious parking area to the front and side of the home which, being on a corner plot, is set at 45 degrees to the road outside. In front of the home is a large triangular lawn, edged by neat and easily maintained flower beds. The semi glazed white UPVC front door opens into a small entrance lobby with an attractive and practical ceramic floor before an archway leads us through into the inner hall where flooring duty is taken up by high quality and very believable wood laminate.
To one side of the entrance lobby a door takes us into what could be an additional lounge, fourth bedroom or even a study, but is what I would expect to become a man cave, somewhere to indulge in any space consuming hobbies or simply hide away from the hurly burly of the home.
Moving into the main body of the home and passing the bottom of the staircase we come to the forward facing lounge. The cosy atmosphere of this room is helped along by the continuation of the ‘wood’ floor and kept bright and cheerful thanks to the deep bay window overlooking the front lawn. The room’s principal focal point is provided by the neat electric ‘wood burner’ set into a raised alcove in the chimney breast but which is largely for visual effect as the heating is taken care of by the gas combi boiler and plentiful radiators.
Towards the rear of the home we find a spacious dining room, easily able to accommodate a full six seat dining suite in spite of there already being a proper sideboard and other furniture in situ. The feeling of space in here is further enhanced by, where you usually expect to find sliding patio doors, a huge archway connecting this room to the massive ‘L’ shaped kitchen where we finally do find the French doors opening out to the rear.
The remainder of the kitchen runs across the rear of the home and around the side of the dining room, giving space for all the work surfaces you could wish for and as much labour saving technology as the 21st century family could imagine. The layout allows for the washing machine and other noisier items to placed along the longer arm of the room where they are as unobtrusive of possible, leaving free the open plan aspect of the remainder of the space where the dining room blends into the kitchen area. Opposite the dining room the large French doors open onto a small enclosed rear courtyard, the ideal spot for relaxing with friends over drinks and a BBQ and helped in this respect by its sheltered position.
There is also a brick built store shed, perfect for hiding away all those vital pieces of equipment and let’s be honest, junk, that every home possesses but no one wants on display. Who keeps a Corby trouser press anyway?
Moving upstairs we find the rather more traditional layout expected in this type of home, but that is seldom a bad thing as three bedroom semis have become the most popular type of house in this country for a good reason; they work.
At the top of the stairs we double back towards the front to find the smallest of the bedrooms. Sometimes these are little more than an apology for a room but refreshingly, this is a perfectly adequate single room for a child or young adult. Alternatively, in these days when working from home is not as unusual as it once was it would make a splendid office.
Beside here and also overlooking the front lawn is the first of the double bedrooms, a large and airy space where all your storage requirements are catered for by the one complete wall of fitted wardrobes, negating the need for anything else in the way of free standing furniture, while leaving plenty of space for the bed of your choice.
Towards the rear is a virtual duplication of this room in both dimensions and equipment except in these fitted wardrobes a central section features a vanity unit and dressing table. Any storage space lost to the vanity unit is more than made up for by the inclusion of a free standing chest of drawers, which still leaves room for an occasional armchair so as you see, the rooms are generously proportioned.
Finally, beside here we find the family bathroom. Finished to an excellent standard, this remains something of a Marmite room, appealing to those who favour deep red tiling from floor to ceiling but less appealing to those who find it a little too oppressive. Speaking personally I liked it with its almost regency air but it will not appeal to everyone. However, as bathrooms are frequently high on the “things I want to change in our new home” list this should not present too much of a problem.