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Gwernaffield, on the outskirts of Mold has always been a popular destination among discerning home buyers and with good reason. Within a few minutes’ drive of the town centre it combines the attractions of village life and the countryside while avoiding many of the drawbacks and the result is a highly desirable place to live.
Many of the homes in the village are of a vintage that means some updating may be required and this is exactly what has been lavished on this particular example, resulting in a characterful and modern home offering both comfort and style. Does that sound like I’m over-egging the pudding? Absolutely not, just wait till you see it.
Sitting opposite an open grassed area near the entrance to the Links, this neat and beautifully presented home features an attractive and completely maintenance free almost zen style front garden, beside which is a wide block paved parking area leading in turn to the drive up past the home towards the detached garage. It is worth mentioning that the garage is fully equipped with light and power while for those of a practical persuasion, the inspection pit can be a boon - or even a small wine cellar. Just an idea...
Entering the home via the attractively semi glazed composite ‘front’ door positioned half way along the side elevation of the building we find ourselves in a broad hallway where immediately on our left is the door into the smaller of the two bedrooms.
Although this is the smaller room, were it to be found in a modern new-build it would undoubtedly attract the epithet ‘principle bedroom’. It is a well lit room thanks to the large front facing window, with space for bedside tables beside the double bed and has plentiful storage space courtesy of a massive free standing wardrobe. In here, as with the other rooms in the home there is a wall mounted and state of the art digital electric radiator offering flexible levels of background warmth as and when necessary and according to current thinking, representing the future in domestic heating solutions being clean, fuss free and most importantly, economical to run.
Adjacent to here and also overlooking the front of the home is the principal bedroom which as you would expect, is luxuriously proportioned, finding space for twin bedside cabinets alongside the double bed, a formal dressing table, another large wardrobe, chest of drawers, linen chest and an occasional chair. As you can see, unless you list Morris dancing among your bedroom hobbies, space will never be an issue.
Almost opposite here on the other side of the hallway, we come to the immaculately presented bathroom. I realise I have used the word before but to be honest, there is no other that accurately describes it with its fully ceramic floor and large pale grey high gloss wall tiles running to full ceiling hight, their colour accentuated by the contrasting darker grouting. The suite comprises the expected pedestal hand basin, lavatory and traditional bath with an electric shower above.
Moving though towards the rear we find a huge open plan room that contains the kitchen, dining room and through an archway, the lounge. This cleverly manages to make each individual section feel like a separate room while benefiting from the spacious feeling imparted by the open layout.
Entering the dining section first there is a multi-fuel stove providing that warming glow that only a real fire can, and makes you feel warm irrespective of the actual temperature. The remainder of the room provides a spacious dining area where a full family sized table can be enjoyed with no clashing of elbows before we move into the kitchen itself.
This is delineated by something as simple as a change in the floor surface, thick pile carpet giving way to ceramic tiling, but the effect is dramatic and makes the two rooms feel separate. The modern and newly fitted units are of the highest quality and provide not only spacious work surfaces but the capacity to contain all the labour saving 21st century machinery we have come to expect.
To the rear of the dining room a large archway takes us through into the lounge, although perhaps sun room may be a better description. This is contained in a large extension to the rear of the home and features almost an entire wall given over to large windows either side of a set of French doors which open into the enclosed rear garden.
This garden is, like that at the front, completely maintenance free. Again with something of an oriental atmosphere it features a central square of dark grey slate beneath which a wooden pagoda provides a stunning spot in which to dine al fresco with friends and family. This is surrounded by a deep border of decorative gravel which in turn gives way to raised borders around the perimeter fences. To one side a raised area contains a solid looking garden shed and a rather neat custom-built log store, before a side gate gives access to the drive at the front of the detached garage.
Remember in the garage is a very useful pit - so if you like to tinker with motors, this is another tick you can check off your list.