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Do you like the photos? Then maybe you would like to view this home? One of the best things about New Home 4U is, we OPEN 7 DAYS a WEEK and are physically in the office just so that you can view, ‘’like no other estate agent in Flintshire”.
Homes in Parc Hendy are always in demand as we can attest, having sold several in the past few months alone. All of these galloped off the shelf so if this is the area that interests you, an early viewing would seem advisable.
Their continuing popularity is largely because of the convenience of the location, firmly in suburbia while remaining within easy walking distance of the town centre with its shops, restaurants and leisure opportunities. This particular home is in need of a little TLC but nothing that would frighten an average DIY enthusiast and anyway, a new home never truly feels like it is yours until you have put your own stamp on it, so this is your chance.
Set slightly back from and overlooking the main thoroughfare of Parc Hendy we find number 93. At the top of the rising drive stands the detached garage, the doors of which could benefit from some attention but as I said, it’s all DIY. A tiered garden lies to the front of the home, at the top of which is the porch and front door.
Entering the porch through a glass sliding door we find the fully glazed inner door which allows plenty of light into the hallway, highlighting the very attractive wood block flooring and where the stairs rise on our left. Following the hall towards the rear takes us into the dining room which is of an excellent size and features a continuation of the wood floor from the hall. This room, slightly unexpectedly, lies across the home and has a large set of French doors opening onto the paved area of the garden to the side of the home.
A large archway leads into the front facing kitchen with its attractive and practical ceramic tiled floor. Practical until you drop any china in here so, today’s Top Tip: don’t. The fitted units are laid out in a ‘U’ shape around the walls, with masses of light coming from the picture window overlooking the front which in turn is supplemented by a smaller side facing window. All the expected equipment is present and correct and although lacking anywhere to actually sit and eat in the kitchen, the close proximity of the dining room makes this irrelevant.
The remaining door from the dining room takes us into the lounge where the wood flooring continues and, very attractive it is too. There are two sources of daylight in here, one large side facing window and a set of sliding patio doors into the adjoining conservatory. The room is adequately big for all but the most extravagant of tastes and has a focal point provided by the raw brick fireplace and surround, containing a traditional gas fire. The brickwork may be a little 1970s for some tastes but for many, it is delightful.
Moving into the conservatory we find a very stylish ceramic floor which gives real character and is always the most sensible floor covering for such a room. A side facing French door opens onto the patio section of the rear garden which, being fully enclosed provides a pleasant place to relax with family and friends and as an added bonus, appears relatively dog proof, preventing Fido from making a break for freedom when you least expect it.
Returning indoors and up the stairs, the first door we come to is that of one of the smaller bedrooms. Overlooking the rear garden this is a very comfortable single room which, at a pinch could be pressed into service as a double although your choice of free standing furniture would be a little compromised. Adjacent to here is an altogether larger room which may legitimately be called a full sized double. This is proved by the presence in here of not only a double bed and bedside cabinet but also a fairly large free standing wardrobe and formal dressing table.
Separated from here by the large airing cupboard, we come next to the family bathroom. This has been attractively tiled throughout in fashionable Mediterranean style ‘stone’ textured tiles and features a suite of a pedestal hand basin, lavatory and a traditional bath which features a mains fed shower above. And speaking of above; the ceiling, like the fireplace downstairs is reminiscent of the late 1970s in that it is covered with painted wooden tongue and groove planking. Seeing this I could not help but remember the late Peter Wyngard, but maybe that’s just me…
Last but not least we come to the main bedroom. Overlooking the front of the home and taking maximum advantage of the elevated position this is a very comfortable room with more than enough space for all you could need. There is room for the twin bedside cabinets beside the double bed while alongside is a formal dressing table. Further storage is provided by the astonishingly large fitted cupboard, somewhere some modern builders may be tempted to refer to as a further bedroom…