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Surrounded by similar ex-local authority sheltered housing bungalows and thus perfect for someone seeking an economical and well maintained home in which to spend their retirement, sits 7 Bryn Aber. Close to the top of Foel Gron. Its elevated position affords far reaching views across the Dee estuary from the carefully tended rear garden. Although there is no dedicated parking, space in the cul-de-sac is plentiful and there will always be somewhere to leave the car conveniently close by.
We approach this semi-detached home over a wide stretch of grass, intersected by a concrete pathway which leads to the centrally positioned front door. This path also runs around the side of the home to a low wooden fence separating the rear garden from this more open area.
Opening the white UPVC front door with its twin additional lights to either side takes us into the surprisingly spacious hallway.
The first door to our left reveals the first of the bedrooms or, if you prefer to follow the current configuration, then we'll call it the dining room. In either guise this is, like the hall, surprisingly roomy and gives more than enough space for a double bedroom and all its free standing furniture. A large picture window overlooks the front of the home and keeps the room very bright and cheerful. Although benefitting from a full gas central heating system, there is also a wall mounted gas heater in here although I was unable to check whether this was still in use or had simply been left when the central heating system was installed.
Adjacent to here and overlooking the rear garden is another bedroom. If anything this is larger than its predecessor, easily holding a double bed with bedside cabinets, a dressing table, wardrobe and massive unit comprising two wardrobe units with a further dressing table between them, and various drawers beneath. So I don’t think storage space will present a problem…
Next door to here is the bathroom. If I am being strictly honest, this would benefit from something of a makeover although having said that, it contains everything you need and everything is perfectly functional, if not particularly attractive. The mainly white tiling is a bit tired and the exposed pipework gives the whole room a dated appearance but then altering a bathroom is frequently on the ‘to do’ list of new owners anyway so perhaps it is not too much of a problem. On the plus side, the shower positioned above the bath is fed directly from the gas combi boiler, ensuring a constant flow of hot water which is a boon, as anyone who has found themselves in a shower that suddenly runs cold on a winter’s morning will attest.
Beside here is a large storage cupboard providing the necessary space for the Hoover and all the other household odds and ends that need a home while also housing the previously mentioned gas combi boiler.
Now we come into the lounge, like the dining room overlooking the front of the home. Once again this features a wall mounted gas heater in addition to the expected radiator but whose status I am unsure of. This time it is sitting in a wooden fire surround with a mantelpiece above so perhaps it has been left simply because although unnecessary for practical reasons, it looks right. The room provides enough space to be comfortable but remains cosy and again features a picture window to the front overlooking the lawn while to the rear another door leads into the kitchen.
This is in excellent condition, with surprisingly modern looking units and work tops providing loads of storage space and sites for the fridge, freezer and automatic washing machine along with a traditional free standing gas cooker. At the far end of the room, the back door opens into the enclosed rear garden with its neat lawn, wooden garden storage shed and brick built outhouse. From the back step of the home you have a commanding view across the Dee estuary, making this a very pleasant spot in which to relax and chew the fat with friends and neighbours during the long summer evenings. OK maybe not at the moment, but they are coming, I promise…