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In a cul-de-sac of similar terraced properties off Phoenix Street in Sandycroft lies this attractive three bedroom home. Sandycroft remains a popular location for people seeking rented accommodation owing to its close proximity to the employment opportunities afforded by nearby Deeside. This, coupled with the ease of access to the major road network for shopping and commuting further afield add to the appeal for any aspiring home owner on a budget.
To the front of the home is a low wall behind which is a narrow concrete ‘garden’ which, with a little effort could be made very attractive. Beside the box style front bay window, we enter through the white UPVC door with its two decorative glass panels.
Stepping into the hall, a door in front of us conceals the staircase while to our right a wide archway allows passage through into the lounge/dining room. The front facing lounge section benefits from the bay window which provides plenty of natural light and where facing us, is the focal point of the room in the form of a traditional gas fire in a pretty wooden surround.
To the rear it is evident that this room has been formed by joining the former lounge and dining room together, as the remnants of the dividing wall is still visible. However rather than being a fault, I rather liked the way it marked the boundary between the two, making the rear of the room feel more like a formal dining space. Another attractive feature is the way the large chimney breast has been opened up to form a recess, perfect for fitted furniture or display cases.
Two doors from here reveal the under stair storage cupboard and kitchen respectively. The kitchen is of a galley type but far wider than is usual, making for a very pleasant working space for any chef. Work tops, units and overhead cupboards line the inner wall, with a free standing electric cooker at the far end while beneath the window, is a huge white ceramic double sink and drainer, further work tops and space for the automatic washing machine.
Beyond here is a small square lobby with space further storage and the back door, before we come to the bathroom. I said earlier that this home had been nicely refurbished and nowhere is this more evident than in here. Tiled throughout in attractive light grey it features a white suite of pedestal hand basin, lavatory and bath but before you begin to feel a bit underwhelmed, you realise that behind you is a cleverly positioned walk in shower cubicle set into the wall with an electric shower unit. Everything has been fitted to a refreshingly high standard and will see service long into the future. Unless she doesn’t like the colour, and we can’t help that…
Stepping out of the back door into the rear yard there are no real surprises until we come to the rear of the bathroom where the yard opens out. This area has been completely covered over and with a wooden front wall, it forms a huge and weatherproof shed, ideal as storage or a workshop and a real asset to any terraced home.
Returning to the front hall, opening the inner door and climbing the stairs will bring us first of all to the rear bedroom. In here we begin to understand some of the intrinsic advantages of this type of home over the three bedroom semi detached. In a word, space. In most semis the third bedroom is an afterthought offering nothing like as much space as it would have you believe but this, is different. In here there is adequate room for a double bed and while this would possibly limit your choice of free standing furniture it remains a workable double room. In the corner is the recently replaced wall mounted gas combi central heating boiler, making access for maintenance child’s play.
Adjacent to here and also overlooking the rear of the home is the second bedroom which is refreshingly, another double before finally; at the front we find the main bedroom. This, with its fitted wardrobes occupying the recesses either side of the chimney breast is already a generously sized room but made all the more so by this additional storage space. The doors upstairs are all of stripped wood, providing a warm and cosy feeling and adding to the charm of this very attractive home.