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This is something to note…….The main road through Flint passes by the front door of this lovely little home and while that may not be ideal now, better times are coming. Flintshire County Council are in the process of finalising plans for a new by-pass, which will run from the new river bridge up to join the A55 at Northop. This will siphon away all the heavy traffic that currently flows through the town. Once completed, the reduction in noise and congestion will make a great deal of difference to residents and visitors alike and greatly add to the desirability of this particular home. When this comes off, you’ll be so glad you bought this and for the bargain price that it is too!
So, we approach the house via a small square garden laid to crushed gravel and lying behind a low perimeter wall. The front door is a traditional solid one made of modern composite, thus maintenance free and weather-proof, featuring an attractive glass panel above it where the house number is engraved into the surface, taking the strain off the deliveroo drivers (other delivery services are available)!
Opening this takes us straight into the living room where the initial surprise is, that bearing in mind the proximity of the busy road outside, how quiet it is. The recently replaced double glazed windows are evidently doing their job, as well as looking good. The room is cosy and welcoming and although not enormous has space for a couple of substantial settees. There is no fireplace to act as a focal point but this is perhaps a good thing as, it frees up space and makes positioning of the seating less critical.
To the rear of the room is the doorway into the dining room, fitted with a very attractive and hard wearing wood laminate floor. In contrast to the lounge this is surprisingly big, holding a full sized dining table with additional display units filling the recesses either side of the chimney breast (please note the furniture is not included in the sale but we think the chimney breast is ??).
The space beneath the stairs has been brilliantly utilised to contain the tall fridge and additional cabinet style freezer. Light comes from a fully glazed patio style door leading out on to a partially roofed pathway, which runs alongside the kitchen and bathroom before climbing a couple of steps onto the fully enclosed rear lawn area.
Now, the garden is far larger than anything I had expected and provides adequate space for children to run around playing football, while the adults retreat into the shade with a bottle of wine and a BBQ (don’t worry Summer will soon be here). It is, in short the perfect garden for all practical purposes.
Returning indoors to the archway leading into the kitchen, you’ll notice that the flooring changes into large ceramic tiles, in the style of traditional quarry tiling that gives the home an almost ‘cottage’ feel. This kitchen is in a galley style with units fitted to either side and because the fridges are sited in the dining room, it is able to provide generous storage space in cupboards, both beneath the work tops and mounted on the walls.
You’ve got to remember this is only a two bedroom terraced home – so the accommodation is of a pretty decent size.
Beyond the kitchen is the bathroom, which features a continuation of the tiled floor. In here the walls are also tiled but in a contrasting colour and finished to a high standard. The modern suite consists of a pedestal hand basin, lavatory and a bath with a shower above. It is worth mentioning that the shower is one of those where the hot water is fed directly from the gas combi central heating boiler, thus avoiding the sudden shock of having the water suddenly run icy cold when you least expect it, which can take the shine off anyone’s morning.
Returning through the dining room and up the stairs brings us to the small square landing where to the front of the home is the first of the bedrooms. Floored in an attractive shade of dark oak wood laminate this is far larger than the outward appearance of the home would have you expect, easily accommodating two bedside cabinets one either side of the double bed and a large free standing wardrobe without feeling overcrowded. Again the double glazing proves its efficiency, successfully reducing the traffic noise to a muted whoosh which after a few moments becomes all but unnoticeable.
Across the landing towards the rear is the other bedroom. Feeling if anything even bigger than its twin, this is possibly due to the over-stairs space having been used to provide a large hanging cupboard, which reduces the need for a free standing wardrobe and thus freeing up floor space. The room currently contains a large double bed with an accompanying pair of bedside cabinets and feels pleasantly spacious while doing so. Another door reveals a further storage cupboard also containing the gas combi boiler which is conveniently accessible for maintenance purposes, while the rear window overlooks the large rear garden.
*please note that the furniture is not included in the sale *