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Lane End is one of the most historic parts of Buckley, round the corner from the pottery works for which the town was originally famous and is where we find this charming home. Perfectly positioned to meet the needs of those commuting to Wrexham, Chester or Deeside and within a walk of the centre of town it has convenience in abundance. When we add into the mix its private off road parking spot the home makes an increasingly strong case for itself but when we also factor in the price, it becomes outstanding.
A few doors along from the Lane End Social Club lies this well kept home. Entering via a white UPVC semi glazed front door which sits beneath a porch shared with the adjacent property we come straight into the cosy front lounge. This room centres round a large chimney breast which houses a living flame gas fire beneath a wooden fire surround and mantelpiece adding to the welcoming feel of the room. Masses of light comes in from the large box style bay window to the front, with double glazing of a quality that renders the nearby road virtually inaudible.
A semi glazed door at the rear of the room allows us past the bottom of the stairs and into the dining room. I say ‘dining room’ but in all honesty this is of sufficient size to take on a number of different roles. There is space to one side for a full sized dining table which, when in position still leaves a good sized sitting room beside it. The sitting room portion has its own large wooden fireplace with a living flame effect electric fire and a series of storage cupboards with louvre doors.
A free standing kitchen island on wheels separates this from the kitchen area, somewhere which in any normal home would be described a ‘spacious’. There is a tall fridge/freezer to one side while the remainder is taken up by units laid out in an ‘L’ shape which houses the free standing gas cooker and the automatic washing machine along with copious amounts of storage. A further semi glazed UPVC door opens onto the block paved rear garden with its various large pots containing sundry flowering shrubs and plants for colour and variety. Further down the garden there is a step up to a higher level onto an area of concrete suitable for parking a car before a set of wrought iron gates separate us from the rear access road.
Returning indoors and scaling the steep lateral staircase brings us to a small square landing where by turning left we come to a further landing. The first door here is into the bathroom, with its ceramic look-alike vinyl floor covering. This is quite a narrow room but needless to say, contains everything you could want. The suite comprises a pedestal hand basin, lavatory and a bath with en electric shower behind a protective curtain.
Adjacent to here and also overlooking the rear of the home is the small bedroom. I say small but in all honesty it is probably bigger than it initially appears. This is because it is long and narrow, requiring a degree of imagination when positioning your furniture but the space is there, if slightly unwieldy.
Finally, re-passing the top of the stairs we come to the main bedroom. Overlooking the front of the home this is a mirror image of the downstairs lounge making it a very pleasant space, easily able to accommodate a double bed, large bookcase and twin wardrobes joined by a central section of overhead cupboards and a dressing table unit. This gives you some impression as to its actual size, which is more than comfortable.