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On the cusp between Buckley and Mynydd Isa this home, although sitting on the main road has the advantage of a frequent and accessible public transport system to either destination although to be honest, Buckley is an easy walk. Or is that just me being mean? It is well presented and compact and no, that is not estate agent’s code for pokey as the lounge especially, is huge by any standards but the two smaller bedrooms are admittedly better suited to those of a limited stature. Or children, as they are often known. Speaking of which, any prospective purchaser with a young family will be delighted by the choice of excellent schools nearby.
To the front of the home is a small enclosed area given over to decorative gravel behind a low wall topped with wrought iron railings. There is a convenient bin store beside the white UPVC front door which in turn allows us into the small outer lobby, an ideal spot for hanging outdoor coats and such like that have no place further inside the home.
A fully glazed door forms a part of a wall of glass and beyond which we come to the inner hallway where the staircase rises to our right. A door beneath the stairs reveals the all important cupboard for all the “stuff” that every home possesses but no one can bear to throw away, believing it will come in useful some day. This door, like all those throughout the home is attractively fashioned to resemble solid wood and gives a pleasing air of solidity.
Opposite here another door opens into the lounge which I must admit, came a rather a shock. In homes of this type it is usual to expect the rooms to be quite small, but not a bit of it. This airy and well lit square room offers all the space you would hope for in your newly built estate house only to be disappointed. Yet here, you quite unexpectedly find room for all and any furniture you could possibly want, in fact it is somewhere where even one of the vast ‘L’ shaped settees so popular today might look a bit lost. The room’s main focal point is provided in the form of a traditional ceramic fireplace and the living flame gas fire it contains. If I am honest, this has a rather 1970’s style about it so get out your flared trousers and see if you can get used to saying things like ‘groovy’ without feeling silly.
The remaining door off the hallway reveals the kitchen which again, impresses with its size. There are fitted units set around three of the walls with matching wall mounted cupboards above and where there are spaces to accommodate a washing machine and tall fridge freezer along with the free standing electric cooker. All the units are in good condition and although not newly fitted, remain perfectly workable. The floor in here is an attractive wood look alike patterned vinyl which is both practical and hard wearing and beneath the window, is sufficient space for a small dining table should you favour eating in the kitchen. There is more than enough room for the lounge to become a dual purpose space, but it is sometimes nice to have the choice.
Outside the back door is a full width patio of crazy paving which, being against a south facing wall and completely sheltered makes a pleasant and peaceful spot to relax in. Beyond here a centrally positioned set of steps lead to the upper level of the garden where there is a large greenhouse which appears in good and workable condition. The path continues past the greenhouse and drying area behind to a further wooden garden shed before passing beneath a wooden archway with various plants trained across it and then continues on towards the wrought iron back gate. Festooned in flowering shrubs and plants of all description on all sides, the garden is deceptively large, as shown by how far away the house seems when you reach the gate and turn around. Although slightly overgrown currently, a couple of busy Saturday mornings would transform it into a haven of peace in which to relax - as a garden should be.
Back indoors and climbing the stairs, turning to the rear of the home brings us to a large airing cupboard which also houses the Worcester gas combi central heating boiler. Beside here is the rear facing bathroom which has obviously been recently refurbished to a high standard. An attractive vinyl floor covering is in a grey herringbone pattern, contrasting nicely with the full ceiling hight ceramic wall tiles. The suite comprises a pedestal hand basin, lavatory and a traditional bath with a flat glass side screen protecting the room from splashes from the electric shower above.
Beside here is the first of the single bedrooms which is a perfectly adequate room for occupancy by a child or young adult and offers a view across the peaceful rear garden.
Following the landing towards the front of the home we come to the second of the smaller bedrooms. This is another single overlooking the front although it must be said, I have lived in double rooms of a similar size but I was a student at the time and perhaps more flexible than I can currently manage…
Finally we come to the principal bedroom. Sitting directly above the lounge and thus a mirror image of it, this is frankly huge. Should you be feeling at all pretentious and fancy a set of Queen Anne replica furniture along with a massive four poster bed, it would not look at all out of place here. If space is important to you, look no further but on the other hand, should you be at all agoraphobic perhaps this is not for you. However to find it a room like this in what initially looks like a normal terraced house, marks it out as something special.