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Few of us want to live in a home that is the same as everyone else’s, preferring to feel a little bit individual but, with today’s current housing stock this is rarely possible. With this home however, although in the vicinity of some fairly predictable looking examples it offers something so very different to what we expect… meaning that maybe our prayers have been answered.
In 2015 this property saw a massive scheme of improvements resulting in the imaginatively conceived and laid out thee bedroom, two bathroom house we see today. At this time the home also received a brand new kitchen and replacement gas combi central heating boiler, meaning years of fine dining and somewhere warm to enjoy it.
At the very end of the cul-de-sac the road passes the front elevation of the home before swinging up past its far side to the large parking area fronting onto the tiered garden to the rear. This also gives access to the detached garage, with its own power and light. As we pass the front of the home there is a flight of steps up the small centrally located porch and a paved pathway that runs up the side between this home and next door.
Entering the home via this porch takes us directly into the lounge, a very large yet welcoming room stretching the full width of the home and kept delightfully bright by having windows at either end, one of which is a wrap around unit with twin aspect views to the front and side of the building. If you can tear yourself away from the view from here as the evening light fades, an alternative focal point is provided by the living flame effect fire at the opposite end of the room… and the TV obviously.
From here we move through into the inner hallway, from which the staircase leads off, at the head of a short corridor and separated from the hall by a fully glazed internal door.
On our left beyond the stairs is the downstairs bedroom, something that adds another level to the versatility of the home in the way that with the ground floor bathroom being adjacent, this becomes the ideal scenario for an elderly parent for whom stairs are becoming a problem. The bedroom itself is an adequately sized double room or, if configured as a single would provide space for any additional furniture necessary towards making it more of a bed-sitting room.
Adjacent to here is the previously mentioned bathroom, a neatly executed and well equipped example with floor to ceiling wall tiles and the expected suite of pedestal hand basin, lavatory and a traditional bath with electric shower above. Doing exactly what it says on the tin, it is a room, with a bath.
Opposite the bedroom on the other side of the hallway is the door into the dining room. To be strictly accurate this is part of a kitchen/diner but pleasingly, the room is comfortably big enough for neither individual portion to be compromised. This dining section of the room is a beautifully proportioned space with a large picture window and room for a full sized six seat (or even larger) dining table along with sideboards or other furniture of your choice.
Moving towards the kitchen section we pass a bank of dividing units forming a breakfast bar for those occasions when formal dining is just too much trouble or, for sharing a glass or two while keeping the chef company as they perform culinary miracles. These meal deals don’t reheat themselves you know… Beyond this bar, the rest of the kitchen is laid out to surround the cook with the tools of their art and doing so in a manner that is comfortable and efficient. Central to this area is the over-sized hob with its mid mounted wok holder tempting the more adventurous to recreate the tastes of holidays in foreign parts. Concealed, but of equal importance are the integrated appliances, including the oven, fridge, freezer and the ever vital dishwasher.
Another door at the far end of the kitchen opens into the spacious and ever useful utility room, housing all the noisier machinery necessary to keep the home functioning, along with various additional storage cupboards and an extra sink and drainer unit. This room also serves as a useful ‘boot room’ for anyone trailing dirt in from having been toiling in the garden.
Moving upstairs and turning towards the front of the home brings us to the principal bedroom. Maximum advantage is taken of the far reaching panorama courtesy of the large French windows opening to the Juliet balcony and making the room feel all the more special. In here the ceiling slopes, following the roof line but far from making it seem restrictive, this produces an almost Alpine lodge feeling and adds real atmosphere. Additional light comes from the side facing and triple glazed Velux window which, positioned directly above the formal dressing table gives exactly the right light in which to apply make-up. Or so I am told…
Adjacent to here lies the second of the bathrooms, again illuminated by its Velux window and imaginatively laid out with the bath positioned close to the eaves where the headroom becomes restricted but here, this becomes unimportant. The remainder of the room is beautifully presented and contains a suite comprising a unitary hand basin with storage beneath, lavatory and the already mentioned bath while against the outer wall is a large glass shower cubicle completing the ensemble.
Towards the rear is the remaining bedroom which is virtually identical to its counterpart with the only real difference being the view from the huge window and its Juliet balcony, this time overlooking the tiers and very attractive rear garden. The colours of the garden or the great open vista across the Wirral and beyond? You choose but whatever your preference, you’ll sleep well.