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Sychdyn lies between Mold and Northop and provides a village environment of peace and calm without the isolation and inconvenience frequently associated with these places. This is because being at worst, five minutes from Mold and with the renowned Theatre Clwyd on the doorstep you could not be better placed to take advantage of the facilities available locally. The added bonus is that the village caters for many of your day to day needs while retaining its own special identity and it is this that contributes greatly to its enduring popularity among prospective home buyers.
Mid way along a curving cul-de-sac we find this lovely home where the lack of any passing traffic brings peace of mind to those with small children who may have a penchant for unpredictable behaviour on the road. A short drive leads to the integrated garage, providing additional off road parking while we gain access via the semi glazed composite front door. This gives access to a small inner hall where the staircase rises in front of us.
To the left is the door into the main lounge which is a comfortably proportioned room with adequate space for the large and chunky furniture that is so popular today. In accordance with the modern fashion there is no formal fireplace (real or artificial) to provide a natural focal point, this role being performed by the flat screen TV. At the rear of the room another door opens into the kitchen/dining room where the scale of this home becomes apparent.
The kitchen section of this large room, with its attractive and practical dark wood laminate flooring is lined with fitted units on three walls featuring every imaginable variety of integrated white goods; fridge/freezer, microwave, cooker and dishwasher, while a short breakfast bar provides a formal barrier between here and the dining room portion. Moving through, it is a delight to find sufficient space for a large formal dining table where so often we are forced to make compromises in the choice of table or worse, find ourselves crushed together banging elbows instead of enjoying the experience.
A door in the far wall reveals the well equipped utility room, conveniently housing the noisier of the household machinery and the door into the spacious downstairs cloakroom.
Two remaining doors from the dining room open into rear of the garage and the ever useful under-stairs store cupboard respectively.
Opposite these doors a large set of French windows open into the enclosed rear garden, surrounded by substantial and immaculately maintained fences. There is a paved patio area running across the full width of the home while twin paths extend down either side, leaving a central lawn area with an addition piece of hard standing with a decorative pergola, ideal for al fresco dining or relaxing with friends after a long week. The simplicity of the garden is broken up by splashes of colour courtesy of the numerous potted shrubs around the perimeter, a simple but very effective and completely maintenance free solution. A continuation of the side path also gives access to the front drive, providing a convenient route for the removal of the bins.
Returning indoors and climbing the stairs, turning left brings us to the first of the forward facing double bedrooms.
This is a comfortable and airy space aided in this by the large picture window and made especially roomy by the huge fitted wardrobe which removes any real need for free standing storage furniture but still allows space for a large chest of drawers along with the double bed and its twin bedside cabinets.
To the side wall there is another door opening into the en-suite where the modern feel of the home continues. In here is a large unitary lavatory and hand basin set also providing useful additional storage. Beside here is an oversized walk-in shower cubicle lined with fashionable and attractive dark grey wall tiles and featuring a shower drawing its hot water from the home’s combi heating system. This effectively ensures the end of sudden early morning shocks as the immersion heater runs dry unexpectedly which can only be a good thing…
Adjacent to here and towards the rear is the first of the smaller bedrooms. This can be viewed as a luxuriously sized single room which teenagers would happily fight over yet at a pinch, a double bed would fit, although any choice of free standing furniture would necessarily be compromised. Alternatively, in these difficult times when working from home is becoming less and less rare, it would make the ideal office away from the office.
Beside here we find the family bathroom where once again, the sheer quality the builders have lavished on this home is obvious. The unitary hand basin and lavatory are mounted in a wood effect storage unit which virtually fills one wall but does so without making the room feel at all oppressive. Opposite here the traditional bath with its dark grey tiled splash-back features a hand held shower attachment connected to the mixer taps.
Next along the landing and also overlooking the rear garden, the second smaller bedroom is an almost mirror image of its counterpart, thus providing very similar accommodation. Currently in use as a study, there is plenty of room for a full sized student’s desk along with various book cases and storage bins.
Opposite here we discover the remaining double bedroom, similar in almost all respects to its counterpart, even down to a second en-suite bathroom. It is this lavishness of accommodation that sets this home part from what we have normally come to expect and moves it up to another level of luxury. The room itself provides space for the double bed with its twin bedside cabinets, even stretching to an occasional armchair. – Now that IS posh. An identical set of fitted wardrobes is supplemented by a further walk-in cupboard and the bathroom, while of a similar size and level of equipment has a slightly different but no less attractive layout.