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Finding suitable two bedroom homes in Buckley is rarely as simple as you can imagine. Those on offer tend to be fairly charmless new-builds or older properties needing masses of renovation work; while those already renovated to an acceptable standard can be stupidly expensive, which makes this particular home all the more refreshing. About as conveniently placed as it could ever be, with parking for at least two cars in the maintenance free garden and fully refurbished, this little jewel is certainly worth closer inspection.
Sitting on the corner of Padeswood Road and Nant Mawr Road and thus an easy walk from the town centre, this attractive semi has all the appeal of a country cottage, with few of the associated inconveniences.
On the Nant Mawr Road side there is a low brick wall behind which a bed of crushed slate precedes a further drop to a path of golden gravel that surrounds the home. In the longer side of the perimeter wall is a five bar gate opening into the maintenance free garden with generous parking space and which features further areas of crushed slate and a zen style decorative paved circle.
Dotted around the area are various plants in stone pots, giving welcome splashes of colour with little effort required in the gardening department. Additional storage is provided in the shape of a substantial wooden shed which unusually, appears in excellent condition.
Opening the “front” door allows us into a broad corridor which doubles as an entrance hall. With its large radiator this is an ideal space for containing wet coats and boots that you don’t want coming any further into the home.
Turning to the left reveals two doors, one into the small utility room with plumbing for the washing machine and a vent hole in the wall to accommodate a tumble drier. The remaining door lets us into the bathroom, a spacious room featuring the expected suite of pedestal hand basin, lavatory and traditional bath with an electric shower above and “Expelair” extractor fan set into the adjacent wall for ventilation.
The far side of the entrance hall takes us into the lounge, a nicely proportioned and very cosy feeling room with quality wood laminate flooring and which is kept well illuminated by the large picture window. The main focal point in here is the modern and highly believable living flame effect electric fire. These fires have become a genuine alternative in recent years, as gone are the days when the ‘flames’ were simply shadows cast by a revolving metal disc from a central 40 watt bulb…
Also refreshing is the fact that the room is big enough to accept the oversized sofas so popular today, without feeling overcrowded. This will appeal to the younger buyer for whom older styled (and thus usually physically smaller) furniture simply feels wrong. In the corner of the room is the phone line and WiFi router which, owing to the close proximity of the main BT box outside guarantees outstanding internet speeds. Not usually vital but in these strange times when more and more people are working from home, this becomes ever more important. Not to mention that it will improve the Netflix experience too…
Beyond the lounge we move into the kitchen. While far from spacious this has been laid out with thought and provides everything you need in a cosy and ‘cottage’ atmosphere which, bearing in mind the name of the home should come as no surprise. There are units to three of the walls, the fourth being taken up mainly with the staircase although a short section is fitted beneath it. These units conspire to give you a generous amount of work surface and, with cupboards beneath and on the walls above in the matter of storage this is a room that punches above its weight.
Climbing the stairs to the square landing, to our right is the room to the smaller of the bedrooms.
Now ‘smaller’ is always a relative term and just because its partner is a large double does not mean this is pokey, far from it. There is adequate space in here for a double bed along with various free standing items of furniture for clothes storage, making for a comfortable second room.
Finally we come to the main bedroom which as I mentioned earlier, is a good sized double room. As there is currently no furniture in situ it is difficult to gain an impression of what sort of layout would fit in here but suffice to say, unless you are a major shareholder in DFS there will be room for whatever you want. And even if this were not the case, the view from the window down the hill and across to the distant hills would more than compensate.