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Like me, you will have driven past this particular home hundreds of times without giving it a second glace but as it turns out, that is our loss. Appearing for all the world like a small two bedroom town house until you step through the front door this turns out to be something of a stealth home, hiding its true capabilities in ways you would never expect.
Approaching from the front, where there was once a garden has been given over to two off road parking spaces which, while not as pretty are far more useful. Especially as the close proximity of the road makes it unlikely you would ever sit out here, so why slave away keeping it attractive for the benefit of passing motorists? Far better to give yourself somewhere to safely leave your pride and joy, without the associated walk to collect it in the morning.
The white UPVC front door opens into a inner porch with space for hanging outdoor coats before the semi glazed inner door allows us into the main living area. Here the home opens up and surprises us with its sheer size. To the front section there is a raised floor half surrounded by a waist high partition which, in effect divides the room but does so in such a way that neither portion feels artificially segregated from the other. As a concept it may sound a little odd but it makes for a very sociable atmosphere, something that continues throughout the home.
Moving beyond here into what appears to be the dining section of the space we find the sort of room which can swallow a family sized dining table while leaving enough room for wayward children to run around disturbing their parent’s mealtimes… Or alternatively, should you choose you could make the two spaces more interconnected by the furniture you select but what is important, is that the generous dimensions give you the flexibility to do whatever you please.
To one side of this room is a door into that room that no home can function without, the ‘cupboard-under-the-stairs’. This capacious necessity is where the Hoover, ironing board, old umbrellas, last year’s Christmas tree and all those half empty paint tins that will come in useful someday, can sit!
Beyond the bottom of the stairs another door leads into the freshly fitted kitchen with its immaculate ceramic tiled floor which is simplicity itself to keep clean but harsh with crockery, so don’t drop any or you will be doubly pleased that the Hoover falls so readily to hand... The kitchen units are positioned along either wall in a galley style but the room is wide enough to prevent any of the inconvenience or restrictions sometimes imposed by this layout. All the expected labour saving machinery is present and correct and the room is kept bright and airy by the large side facing window and of course, the entire back wall of the room which consists of a set of sliding patio doors overlooking the rear garden.
Immediately outside the kitchen is a wide paved area of patio, with a large wooden shed equipped with both power and light before the well maintained lawn stretches away. And stretch it does, because the garden is much bigger than the initial sight of the home would have you believe. At the far end of the lawn a dividing fence of wire netting separates us from what is now a children’s play area with a large Wendy house, somewhere that has in the distant past been used to house chickens so if you ever fancy living the Good Life and thumbing your nose at Mr Sainsbury, you can make a start.
Moving upstairs we come first of all to the main bedroom. Overlooking the front and stretching across the full width of the home, this is a huge room offering all the space you could need, and more. It currently houses a massive five door free standing wardrobe and a king sized bed while still leaving swathes of unoccupied floor space.
Towards the rear we pass the large linen cupboard before finding the door into the second bedroom. This offers a pleasing view down the length of the surprisingly large rear garden and while obviously smaller than its forward facing companion, remains a very comfortably proportioned double room.
Further still towards the rear we come to the newly refitted bathroom. Stepping down into the room it becomes apparent that this is a room that has received a great deal of thought in its execution. A vertical heated towel radiator provides the warmth necessary for comfort, its painted surface contrasting nicely with the full height tiles adorning the walls. A convenient built in shelf along the back wall provides storage for all the bottles and sprays that can clutter up lesser rooms, while the suite comprises a pedestal hand basin, lavatory and a bath with shower above.
Opposite the bathroom door, another flight of stairs leads up to the third bedroom. Nestling in the roof space and with two large twin aspect Velux windows one of which provides views across to Moel Famau this is the sort of bedroom that siblings fight over. Spacious and packed with character it represents a fitting finale to this well presented and genuinely surprising home.