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Do you like the photos?? Well may be you would you like to view this home personally…..the good thing about NewHome4U is, we OPEN 7 DAYS a WEEK and we’re physically in the office 4U just so that you can, ‘’like no other estate agent in Mold’
Situated within a three minute walk of Mold High Street, this home personifies convenient city centre living. Built around the turn of the century – er, no not that one, the previous one, this has been meticulously maintained while retaining many of the original features that gave it its character.
Unusually in homes of this type, we enter via an inner hallway before turning into the dining room.
This in turn is larger than the outward appearance of the home would have you believe, providing adequate space for a full sized dining table and all the bits and pieces of furniture that make a room comfy.
Towards the front of the home there is a large archway giving access to the lounge. Narrower than the dining room because of the hall running alongside it, this never the less provides a cosy place to hide away from the cares of the world, made all the more attractive by the feature ornamental ‘log store’ in the space left by the removal of the fire grate. Light is provided by the large window overlooking the street.
Moving back through the dining room towards the rear of the home we find the kitchen. This is a true throwback to how kitchens used to be, before space became fashionable. We have all heard of ‘galley’ style kitchens but that tends to simply mean ‘narrow’; here it seems to mean ‘would easily fit on quite a small boat’. The current owner tells me that this was the one project he was determined to undertake shortly after moving in, but as time passed and he became used to it, he began to question whether it was necessary. Meals were prepared, laundry was done and life went on.
Eventually he decided that the upheaval was just not worth it and as he has lived with it for many years, who is to call him wrong? Small it may be, but it is well thought out, comprehensively equipped and provably works.
Stepping through the back door brings us into the rear yard, the first section of which is covered by a wooden gazebo. Beyond here stands a large wooden shed but not so large as to dominate the area, leaving sufficient space for family BBQs and just generally relaxing. Colourful pot plants line the perimeter, adding to the peaceful ambiance. Ambiance? Blimey, I sound like an estate agent….
Returning indoors and climbing the stairs brings us first of all to the rear facing bathroom. This could, in all honesty benefit from a bit of a make-over but is perfectly functional as it stands. The suite comprises, as expected, of a pedestal hand basin, lavatory and bath.
Adjacent to here and also overlooking the rear yard, is the smaller of the two bedrooms. This is not a bad sized room and would comfortably accommodate a double bed if necessary while still leaving sufficient space for wardrobes and chests of drawers. There is also a small fireplace, now sealed off but remaining a decorative feature.
And finally, we come to the main bedroom to the front. Again featuring the remnants of a fireplace from the days when lugging buckets of coal upstairs was considered fit work for small children, this is actually the largest room in the house. Its size makes it feel really quite luxurious, as it easily swallows a double bed and all the ancillary furniture you could ever need, while it is kept light and airy by the large window overlooking the street.