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In a quiet and well established residential area of Connah’s Quay close to the open green space of Wepre Park we find Upland Road. Somewhere well named, as the outstanding views down the hill towards Helsby demonstrate and which contribute to making the rear facing patio garden such a pleasant place to relax. It is undeniably suburbia, but with unexpected levels of visibility giving the feel of somewhere more remote and expansive. Within an easy walk of the busy High Street, it makes daily shopping easy and convenient while for the big weekly shop, the vast Morrison’s is moments away in the car. If all this makes it sound good, that’s because it is.
A drive runs beside the home allowing for the off road parking of at least two vehicles before a wooden fence seals off the remainder of the garden. A raised garden given over to decorative golden gravel lies in front of the home and is accessed by a set of steps that also lead up to the white UPVC front door. Opening this takes us into the square inner hall where the staircase rises in front of us while a door to one side reveals the amazing living room with its high quality and easily maintained wood laminate floor.
Stretching seemingly into the distance this room takes on Tardis proportions as it reaches into the as yet unnoticed extension at the rear of the home, making you realise the full extent of the accommodation on offer here. In this first lounge section, which is already a comfortably sized room in its own right there is masses of light from the front facing picture window and a pleasing focal point provided by the living flame gas fire contained in the chimney breast.
Moving towards the rear, the room widens as we pass into the dining room where additional light comes from a large side facing window. This space is simply huge, easily swallowing a full sized suite of dining table and chairs, along with a proper sideboard and other items of free standing furniture. That is can do this and still leave large areas of vacant floor space give you some idea of the scale of the room but what is more important is the way it provides this space without feeling stark or overpowering.
Further to the rear an open archway allows us through into the kitchen where we find a stunning real slate floor offering both looks and indestructibility. To our left, on the inner party wall is a free standing butcher’s trolley with wall mounted storage cupboards above, and a tall fridge freezer. To the right is an ‘L’ shaped kitchen layout lining the walls with very attractive granite work tops covering the whole. Twin sinks are cut into the granite adding a real touch of class while the over-sized range gas cooker quite rightly takes pride of place. However, impressive as all this is, the truly jaw dropping feature in here is the massive set of sliding glass doors making up almost the entire rear wall and having the effect of allowing the outside inside. If that sounds like a cliché I’m sorry, but that is the only way to describe it.
Stepping through the glass doors onto the stone flagged patio there is a small flight of steps to one side, leading down to the continuation of the drive at the side of the home. Behind the dividing fence separating this area from the drive itself is a large garden shed, ideal for storing garden furniture and children’s outdoor toys. Moving down towards the rear, a further set of steps takes us down a level to a decked seating area, with a wooden pergola sheltering one side and providing the perfect spot for a BBQ or simply a relaxing drink at the end of a long week. Taking advantage of our elevated position we are able to look beyond the perimeter fence and into the adjacent nature reserve where this afternoon’s autumn colours were quite startling and will present an ever changing view for some lucky buyer.
Back indoors and moving upstairs and to the front of the home, we address the elephant in the room. Or rather, the room where even a quite small elephant would not have enough room for comfort; although single person would be a different matter. As a room for one, it is fine, or would lend itself to becoming an ideal nursery or even, in these days of enforced working from home, a splendid office. NB. Newhome4U would like it known that no elephants were harmed in the writing of this piece.
Adjacent to here and also overlooking the front of the home is the main bedroom. This is an altogether different matter, being a very comfortable double room with space for large cabinets either side of the double bed. Further needs for clothes space are met by the one complete wall of fitted wardrobes with additional storage cubbies to one side.
To the rear of here, the second double room is of similar proportions, again with matching bedside cabinets and a large chest of drawers. Although not currently present there is space for a free standing wardrobe should more storage be needed.
Last but not least we come to the family bathroom. There is a large linen cupboard as we enter, followed by the pedestal hand basin, lavatory and traditional bath with a wall mounted shower above. This shower draws its hot water directly from the home’s gas combi boiler, thus assuring you of a constant temperature and pressure however long you remain in there.