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Whenever we think of suburban living, we think of the typical three bedroom semi detached and why? Because that is what the majority of suburbia is built of in this country. Working on that theory, most of the country can’t all be wrong and finding your ideal home is simply a matter of finding the right three bedroom semi, so this one must be worth a look. Before we begin to think that all homes of this type are too similar to be told apart, we must consider what we need from a home. In most cases, proximity to shops and other facilities rank high in the list of needs but for those families with children, closeness of good schools becomes more important. This particular home is positioned between the two main secondary schools in the area, giving you both choice and convenience.
The right hand half of a pair of 1980s semis, we approach this home up a concrete drive with an open plan lawn on one side in front of the home itself. The drive continues up past the side of the home, finishing at the garage which is link attached to its twin next door.
There is a brick porch standing proud of the front elevation with a flat roof and windows to all sides. Opening the semi glazed white UPVC front door and stepping inside we find a ceramic tiled floor that continues from here and into the inner hall. To one side is a louvre fronted cupboard housing the gas meter and electric meters and fuse box.
Moving into the hall itself, the stairs rise in front of us while to the left is the door into the lounge. This is a pleasantly proportioned room, kept light by the large picture window to the front and aided in this by the reflective quality of the light coloured wood laminate flooring. The main focal point of the room is the very attractive faux Victorian fireplace with its decorative ceramic tile work and living flame effect electric fire. Needless to say, this is probably more for effect than for actual heat but who can resist the welcoming glow on a cold winter’s night?
The doorway out of here and into the dining room has been further opened up into a decorative arch. This has the effect of dividing the two spaces but in a way that still allows the feel of it being one big room. The dining room is adequately large to accommodate a full sized table along with any other furniture you may want while still leaving enough room to move around the table without knocking into one another, which prevents rows at Christmas and is therefore a good thing. The back wall of the room is almost entirely taken up with a set of sliding patio doors which open, perhaps unsurprisingly, onto the patio.
This is fully paved and stretches the complete width of the home, providing a sheltered spot to relax with a drink after work or, should we continue to benefit from the effects of global warming, a family BBQ. Halfway down the garden is a waist high wall, in the centre of which sits a set of steps leading up to another level, this time laid to decorative gravel and with yet another paved area at the end of the garage offering an even more sheltered space to chill out. Beyond here again, the ground rises to become a long flower bed running round the perimeter of the garden before finishing at the wooden panelled fence. All this space for the kids to play, for you to relax and with no grass in sight, it’s maintenance free. Now that is a result.
Returning to the hall, the remaining door leads into the kitchen. This is not the world’s biggest kitchen but has been thoughtfully laid out with its ‘U’ shaped configuration of fitted units housing the unitary gas cooker with its extractor hood above and providing spaces for the washing machine and tall fridge freezer. A door at the rear of the room reveals the space beneath the stairs offering further storage and also housing the gas combi central heating boiler.
Climbing the stairs and turning towards the front of the home we come to the smallest of the bedrooms. As in virtually all homes of this type, this is very much a single room. Having said that, size is relative and for a child it would seems bigger than it actually is and while a double bed would be out of the question, a single would be fine. Helping in this respect is the large cupboard situated above the stair well which provides enough space to make any other free standing furniture unnecessary.
Adjacent to here and also overlooking the front of the home is the main bedroom. This is a different kettle of fish altogether, being a comfortably sized double room well able to contain a double bed along with wardrobe, dressing table and anything else that takes your fancy.
This is replicated in the final bedroom it being virtually identical in size. Overlooking the rear garden it is a bright room, thanks to the large picture window with its pleasing view. Incidentally, this also allows an inspection of the garage roof which being of the flat type, I am pleased to note appears in excellent condition.
Finally we come to the bathroom. This is in fair condition but is to be honest, a little dated. However kitchens and bathrooms are often the first things that new owners choose to change and this is in the sort of condition that is perfectly serviceable, allowing you make any alterations at your leisure rather than feeling pressured to do so. It offers attractive and practical vinyl flooring in a wood laminate pattern and the walls are tiled from floor to ceiling, while the existing suite comprises of a pedestal hand basin, lavatory and bath with electric shower above. As I said, it is perfectly fine and useable; it just may not be to your taste.