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For the uninitiated, Brunswick Road is the main arterial thoroughfare through Buckley and this home is thus is ideally positioned to take advantage of the frequent bus service running along it. However for the more energetic among us, Aldi and the High Street remain a mere few minute’s walk distant. The home offers a comfortably sized living accommodation at a price that places it firmly within the reach of many, making it a very attractive proposition.
The home is entered through the new white UPVC front door which opens directly into the living room. This square room has an attractive and practical light grey wood laminate floor; the side wall being taken up by an exposed brick fireplace containing an electric ‘log burner’ look alike. This fireplace is flanked by a low storage cupboard beside the window and a display shelf of a similar height at the other end.
A door at the rear of the room opens into the kitchen, where the flooring changes to a black vinyl sporting an imitation wood pattern. Immediately to the right is a recess beneath the stairs providing the ideal site for a large fridge/freezer or, should a smaller fridge be adequate for your needs could provide the space for a small dining table. The other side of the room is where we find the ‘L’ shaped fitted kitchen, providing plenty of storage space and accompanying work surfaces. There is plumbing for an automatic washing machine and the units feature an integral electric hob and oven.
A small step down takes us into an inner lobby with the back door to our left, while straight ahead is the bathroom. This is fully tiled in attractive light grey with a contrasting lighter floor and features a pedestal hand basin, lavatory and bath with a glass screen and electric shower over. Simple, neat and does what it says on the tin.
Moving out through the back door takes us into the rear yard. Actually this is rather nicer than a yard and has sufficient space to call itself a patio without being at all pretentious. There is a gate in the side fence allowing access to enable the wheelie bins to be trundled to the front of the home for collection but as this home is at the end of the line, no one else has right of access into here, preventing this becoming a thoroughfare.
Returning indoors and climbing the stairs we come first of all to the rear facing bedroom. This is a far bigger room than you would expect in a home of this type, providing ample space for a double bed along with any additional furniture you may want. It is helped in this regard by the large fitted cupboard providing additional storage space, along with the linen cupboard which also houses the condensing gas boiler for the central heating.
To the front of the home we find the main bedroom, which is nothing short of huge. Stretching the full width of the home and overlooking the road this provides masses of space for free standing furniture or, should you want to, recesses either side of the chimney breast could easily be adapted into fitted wardrobes big enough to satisfy even the most fashion conscious.