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Mynydd Isa has, for many years now been a highly regarded destination for residents who want a lot of the convenience of living in town but with little of the noise and hullabaloo that accompanies having such an address. This is somewhere that provides the facilities you need but in a way that is not, in common parlance, ‘in your face’. There are shops and sporting venues within walking distance but when you require something more special, being equidistant from both Mold and Buckley means that virtually everything is catered for and with bungalows, (even dormer ones) so rarely offering the flexibility of four bedrooms, this home ticks yet another box.
A neat open plan lawn lies to the front of the home, to the side of which is a concrete drive running past the gable end towards the detached garage at the rear. Half way along this side elevation we come to the “front” door at the top of a pair of steps. Through this semi glazed white UPVC door we find ourselves in a large square-ish hall with its attractive and practical ceramic floor with turned staircase rises on our right.
Beyond the stairs and towards the front of the home a door opens into the first of the bedrooms. This could be viewed as either a very spacious single room or if needs be, would make a cosy double although choices as to the size of any free standing furniture may be a little compromised.
Adjacent to here and also overlooking the front is the lounge, a large and comfortable space kept amply bright by the full width picture window. The room is big enough to accommodate a suite of the cartoonishly large furniture that is so popular today, which should reassure any prospective buyers who have recently invested in some. Additional background warmth in here comes courtesy of a wall mounted living flame electric fire, giving a cosy atmosphere with none of the mess and work associated with the genuine article.
The other side of the hall contains the door into the second bedroom. Far larger than its compatriot and offering a view of the enclosed rear garden this is a comfortable double room with all the space you need for free standing furniture, however extravagant your tastes. It also offers the advantage of being at the rear of the home, meaning noise from passing traffic is kept to an absolute minimum, or it would if there was any traffic but in such an environment this is never going to be a real issue.
The final door from the hall reveals the spacious kitchen, featuring a continuation of the ceramic floor from the hall. I mentioned that it is spacious, so much so that it could easily assume the dual role of kitchen/diner as there is enough room for a substantial dining table to be positioned without encroaching on the working area at all. The modern kitchen units are arranged in s shallow ‘U’ shape around three walls, offering masses of storage and incorporating an integrated oven with matching gas hob above. There is also space for an under-counter automatic washing machine and dishwasher while a tall fridge/freezer fits neatly at the inner end, beside the door as you enter.
At the far end of the room the back door opens into the rear garden, somewhere I tend to think of as a golfer’s garden. It is pretty, secluded and an ideal spot to sit and relax but not somewhere that would take up too much precious golfing time in maintenance. An ‘L’ shaped patio of what I took to be Indian stone paving runs the full width of the home before stretching alongside the detached garage allowing access to its side door. The remainder of the space is given over to an immaculately manicured lawn (back to thoughts of golf…) and surrounded by equally well-maintained wood panel fencing to ensure maximum privacy for whatever outdoor pursuits take your fancy.
At the top of the turned staircase is a door opening into a useful storage cupboard, made all the more useful by the way it extends into the more restricted section of the loft space afforded by the shape of the dormer roof. At a stroke this solves any storage problems you may have before they become just that, problems.
Adjacent to here and overlooking the front of the home is the first of the upstairs bedrooms. This is a cheerful and well-lit space offering all the room you need for free standing furniture, shown by the way it currently plays host to a double bed with twin bedside cabinets, one of which is more of a chest of drawers, twin two door free standing wardrobes and two further chests of drawers which also double as formal dressing tables. That it contains all these while still leaving enough space to move around speaks volumes but what really sets this room spart is the outstanding view down over adjacent roofs to the distant hills, with Moel Famau in the centre.
In a corresponding position overlooking the rear of the home is the final bedroom. This is similarly proportioned, making a very comfortable double room and which gives, in effect four, doubles which is something of a rarity.
Opposite here is the well-presented family bathroom which is kept brightly illuminated thanks to its two separate high set windows, The room is tiled throughout to full ceiling height with a contrasting wood effect vinyl floor covering and contains a pedestal hand basin, lavatory and traditional bath with electric shower above. A folding glass screen protects the room of unintentional overspill from the shower and can be moved out of the way when not in use.