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Sitting the heart of Leeswood these two semi detached homes lie gable-end on to the road while number 2, being the inside one escapes any of the road’s associated noise. There is pedestrian access to the ‘front’ of the homes along a shared pathway where again, number 2 benefits as, there being no number 3, no-one passes the front of your home unless coming to visit you. This pathway also leads to the large enclosed garden which provides a very private little hideaway for relaxing with friends or, heaven forbid, actually gardening…
At the rear of the home there is vehicular access to a broad drive where we find parking for at least two cars and the ‘back’ door. As this is where the car will come to rest, it is likely that this entrance will see the greatest use, especially for unloading the weekly supermarket shop.
Entering the home through this door, to our right is a spacious utility room providing somewhere for all the noisier of the household appliances, the washing machine, drier, along with a large chest freezer and sundry work surfaces. This is also somewhere handy for ironing, without all the messing about taking down and storing the ironing board in between times. For those among us for whom ironing is a chore, there is also the idea of ‘out of sight, out of mind…’
Stepping from here into the main body of the home we come into the dining room. This is a very attractive space and well sized to accept the largest of dining furniture. Currently the room is configured as a home office and in these difficult times it may be worth considering leaving it as such, especially when we discover the additional dining space available in the kitchen.
Speaking of which, down a couple of steps at the far end of the room brings us into this stunning space. A full 20’ long this freshly fitted kitchen is straight from the pages of the sort of high class magazine that you may find in a dentist’s waiting room. There are fitted units along the complete outer wall which also house an enormous American style fridge and various integrated white goods, while on the inner wall, units are fitted to half way along the wall before turning out towards the centre and then another turn forms an enclosed space from where the chef performs their miracles. In this outer arm is fitted the gas hob, with a large extractor hood above giving the appearance of a professional kitchen. Beyond this semi enclosed section, the scale of the room becomes apparent as there is space enough for a further dining table beside the French doors which open out onto the garden. Many homes claim to have a ‘spacious kitchen/dining room’ but this one actually means it.
Outside the French doors is the enclosed rear garden. This is accessed from the path running across the front of next door or, by a further path beside the kitchen that allows passage to the parking area at the rear of the home. The garden is mainly laid to lawn and surrounded by established hedges and a wooden side fence, with a paved patio area and separate square of bark chippings making a safe play area for children.
Returning to the office/dining room (it seems if you lived here you would do little except eat…) we pass through an archway into the lounge. This features a continuation of the slate floor, making it feel very cosy and for want of the better word, ‘cottagey’, something accentuated by the exposed beam in the ceiling and the stone effect fire surround with its faux log burner. In the far corner is the front door and opposite this, the stairs begin their climb.
Immediately on our right at the top of the stairs is the door into the main bedroom. Overlooking the rear of the home this is a generously proportioned room with a conveniently sized alcove above the stair well, perfect for a large free standing wardrobe or alternatively, ideal for filling in with a bespoke fitted example. The remainder of the room provides all the space you could need for accompanying free standing furniture, along with the double bed.
Adjacent to here and overlooking the garden is the second bedroom. This, while far smaller could never be called actually ‘small’ and is still able to accommodate a double bed along with any associated furniture. It is also kept very bright and cheerful by its twin aspect windows maximising the sunlight as it moves around the house.
Finally, beside here is the bathroom or to be strictly accurate, the shower room. This room, with tiles stretching from floor to ceiling has been delightfully fitted out and features a large roof mounted Velux window providing a flood of natural light. The suite comprises of a pedestal hand basin, lavatory and corner mounted shower cubicle. It is neat, modern and comfortable, providing everything you could wish for.