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Neston View is a terrace of neat little homes on Bryn Tirion Road as it rises out of Bagillt towards Halkyn and offers some eye catching views across the Dee estuary. Its position also places it with convenient access to both Flint and Greenfield via the bottom coast road and the A55 running at the top of the hill for commuting purposes. It is this, along with the outstanding condition of the home and its newly fitted gas combi c/h boiler that make this such an appealing property.
A small front garden has been lovingly tilled and sports various colourful plants contrasting nicely with the immaculately painted cladding covering the front elevation of this and the neighbouring homes. There is a short flight of steps beside this area leading up to the attractive wood composite front door with its small decorative light.
The front door opens directly into the front lounge with its lovely wood laminate flooring. This is of the sort of quality that enables it to withstand the additional foot traffic provided by the front door without showing signs of wear and adds to the warm and cosy feel of the home. The room is well proportioned and kept pleasantly bright by the large window overlooking the front garden, with its main focal point being provided by the brick fireplace containing the living flame gas fire. This is independent of the main central heating system but does provide the welcoming glow that only a real flame can and is useful for taking the chill off during the early evening.
A door at the rear of the room opens into the dining room where your eye is immediately caught by the red ceramic quarry tiled floor. Attractive, practical and simplicity itself to keep clean, this really is a stand-out feature of the home. The room is far larger than you would expect, with ample space for a sensibly sized suite of table and chairs along with any other ancillary furniture you may want. This feeling of space is further accentuated by the staircase which rises along the side wall. This is a bespoke unit in high gloss varnished wood and, with its open tread risers allowing light to pass through, prevents shadows being cast and making the space too gloomy.
Moving towards the rear again, the room narrows as we enter the kitchen where we find units all along one wall, providing ample storage space and accommodation for the free standing cooker and automatic washing machine before coming to the sink unit sitting beneath the window.
A door in the opposite wall opens into a small lobby with a large storage cupboard, an ideal hideaway for the Hoover and all the other odds and ends that homes accumulate and need somewhere out of the way. The other door in here leads into the bathroom, which is exactly what you would expect in that it is a room, with a bath. Above the bath is a shower, with a traditional shower curtain to prevent problems caused by any over-enthusiastic use, while beside here is the lavatory and against the wall, a pedestal hand basin.
Outside the rear of the home is a square yard with a series of steps leading up to the fence. Beyond this is a common access path, allowing neighbours to move their wheelie bins round to the road and which a less sensitive man may describe as a wheelie useful path…. On the far side of the path, another gate in the fence allows us into the enclosed garden. This is quite a large space, given over mainly to lawn but with a small vegetable plot and a wooden garden shed at the far end.
Back indoors and climbing the stairs, on our right we find the first of the bedrooms. Overlooking the rear garden this is a surprisingly big room considering the type of home this is and would make a reasonable double if the additional storage in the cupboard above the stairwell was used as hanging space, removing the need for a wardrobe. There is easily enough room for chests of drawers and other items of furniture.
To the front of the home, offering far reaching views across the Dee estuary from the home’s elevated position is the main bedroom. This mirrors the front lounge downstairs and is thus an excellent size, easily large enough to house a double bed with twin bedside cabinets along with any other substantial and space hungry items of free standing furniture you may desire.