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Trelawnyd is one of those villages that you pass through en route to the seaside and think, ‘I could live here’, and then you pass by and the idea also passes but on closer examination, that could be your loss for it has a great deal to offer. Well placed on the major road network for access to nearby towns and for any commuting you need to undertake, it also offers that vital necessity of village life, a pub and, one with an excellent reputation or at least, that was the case pre-covid so we can only hope for a resurgence. Following the local theme, for anyone with small children the local primary school gives them a splendid start in life and all within a brief walk of home.
Maes Offa is at the head of a cul-de-sac of modern, well maintained properties just off the High Street though anyone expecting a busting High St of shops and fast food outlets will be disappointed. However if you are seeking a quieter life of peace, clean air and serenity, this is about as good as it gets. Number 2 is the right hand half of a pair of semi detached bungalows in a slightly elevated position allowing a view straight down the road and out across the adjacent hills. A front garden of lawn lies to the front of the home while a driveway with additional parking space alongside runs past the building to the enclosed garden at the rear.
There is a concrete path from the drive to the wood effect brown UPVC front door which allows us into the hallway. Immediately on our right is the door into the kitchen with its practical and attractive ceramic tiled floor, contrasting nicely with the tiled walls. While not the world’s biggest kitchen it is beautifully equipped and laid out and, considering the numbers of people for whom it is likely to be catering, verging on the luxurious. The units are fitted to three of the walls and provide masses of work surface along with corresponding storage cupboards, while there is space for a tall fridge/freezer and plumbing for the automatic washing machine.
On the opposite side of the hall we come to the first of the bedrooms which, like the kitchen overlooks the front of the home. Of the two bedrooms, there is little to choose between them in terms of size, they both being large enough to make comfortable double rooms so the choice of where you lay your head is largely dependent on which view you prefer; your own garden or the more expansive sight of distant hills.
Further along the hall we come to a capacious linen cupboard the door of which is set at a slight angle outside the bathroom or, to be pedantic about it, the shower room. In here we find a touch of real class in the ceramic tiled floor and further contrasting tiles adorning the walls. The room is kept cosy by the heated towel rail/radiator but what is of more interest is the lovely modern unitary lavatory and hand basin with storage beneath. Along one wall is a double sized walk-in shower, made all the more eye-catching by the slate effect tiling to the back wall. The shower itself is of the type that draws its hot water directly from the heating system, thus eliminating the chances of suddenly running out and having to stand under a freezing torrent just as you get properly soaped up. I find that when this happens, arguments are sure to follow as accusations are thrown about, ranging from those concerning greed to simple thoughtlessness and are thus best avoided.
Adjacent to here and overlooking the rear garden is the remaining bedroom about which, there is little to say that did not also apply to the other front facing bedroom. It is a room; with a bed and room for anything else you may want.
Beside this is the also rear facing lounge/dining room. The absence of a formal dining room forces this to assume a dual role and although not a huge room, it is big enough to manage this without too much difficulty. Along with the dining table in the corner, there is ample space for two large settees and the obligatory flat screen TV in the corner and a small sideboard, while an abundance of light is supplied by the large sliding French patio doors opening out into the rear garden. Outside here is, as you would expect, a small patio area offering a sheltered spot in which to relax, to entertain, to eat or more importantly, to do nothing at all if that’s what you want. No one will criticize you, because you are surrounded by other bungalows and nobody can see you, so they won’t know. The remainder of the garden area is laid to lawn which is ideally sized to let the kids run off their excess energy and where to the side we find a substantial wooden garden shed, perfect for additional storage.