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This is a lovely well kept three bed semi in a pleasant semi rural village about 4 miles from the centre of Mold. Treuddyn offers a great deal for young families, with two schools (one Welsh, one English), a thriving community spirit and various facilities for youngsters. Situated as it is between Mold and Wrexham, main road links are easily accessible should your working commute demand it and then at the end of a hard day you can return to the peace of your own little slice of heaven.
The home is on a corner plot and thus offers a slightly larger garden than is usual. Approaching through the front gate and up the broad drive towards the detached garage there is a well kept garden to our left with a well kept and sizeable lawn, surrounded by shrubs while beside the garage is an attractive ornamental pond with a large stone waterfall feature. A pathway runs past he side of the home to a wooden gate, through which is the largely paved rear garden with its secluded and private BBQ area, providing the ideal spot to relax away from the stresses of everyday life. This area is perfectly suited to encouraging the gatherings that are sure to be a feature of this family oriented home.
The front door leads us into a small lobby with a glass panelled inner door putting us into the hall at the bottom of the stairs. A further door leads to the lounge. This is a good sized room with a large picture window overlooking the pleasant front garden and a feature stone fireplace housing its officially certificated log burner. For anyone yet to be convinced, the cheery glow from one of these is what makes a winter’s evening worthwhile.
From here a doorway leads to a dining room with a large under-stair storage cupboard. This is big enough to become a dual use room, housing not only a full sized dining table but also additional seating to accommodate a growing family and provide a choice of TV viewing which would cater to all ages and tastes.
An archway leads us into the kitchen past the recently serviced oil fired central heating boiler. The galley style kitchen has a nicely tiled floor and is, unlike many of its type wide enough to house a small table and two chairs against the inner wall which is ideal for casual dining or a hurried breakfast on the way out of the door. Work tops with storage units beneath run the full length of the opposite wall and house the free standing electric cooker and under-counter fridge. The sink unit lies beneath the large window overlooking the rear garden and adjacent to the back door giving outside access to the fully enclosed and very private rear garden.
A doorway off the kitchen gives access to a very useful small utility room, housing all manner of the sort of clutter than always needs a home along with an automatic washing machine and a tumble drier vented to the outside to allow all weather washing. Another door off here takes us into the bathroom. This has obviously been recently refurbished and features attractively tiled floor and walls, bath with electric shower over and a very attractive unitary lavatory and hand basin set into a modern cupboard system which not only looks impressive but provides a great deal of useful storage space.
Upstairs to the three bedrooms, the smallest of which is, in all honesty no more than a single but suitable for a youngster. Alternatively, during these difficult times when working from home is becoming for more common it could be utilised as an ideally proportioned office, without the need for the daily commute. In theory anyway, but it is a fair bet I would still be late for work…
The other far larger rear facing bedroom is a comfortable double and also contains a corner airing cupboard housing both the hot water tank and linen storage shelves. This is especially useful as the storage it provides larger removes the need for free standing wardrobes, making the most of the available floor space.
To the front of the home is the principal bedroom. This is a large comfortable room, filling the whole width of the home and having fitted wardrobes beside the chimney breast. On the other side there is another recess above the stair well becoming a walk in wardrobe which, in conjunction with its fitted twin, provides more than enough space for even the most fashion conscious.
Outside to the side of the home and separating the front and rear garden areas, is the detached garage. Although fitted with a ‘flat’ roof, it is actually nothing of the sort. Being raised quite considerably at the up-and-over door end, it is impossible for water to pool on the roof, preventing the eventual leaks that normally sound the expensive death knell for this type of construction. It may sound like a small point, but is one that will save a great deal of money one day.