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Conveniently situated on Chester Road in Flint, a stone’s throw from Aldi (and you can’t get more convenient than that…) is this deceptive home. Three years ago it received, along with the rest of the terrace, a comprehensive scheme of insulating cladding, courtesy of a joint project funded by The EU, Welsh Assembly and FCC resulting in a home that is not only warm and cosy, but proofed against needing further remedial work for the foreseeable future.
Behind the low front wall, we are greeted by an attractive little garden given over to decorative gravel which in turn is surrounded by plants in large pots to provide a splash of colour.
The white UPVC front door opens directly into the square lounge with its attractive and practical high quality wood laminate floor. The centrepiece of this very pleasant room is the chimney breast where, although the fireplace has been removed the replacement electric living flame effect ‘log burner’ makes an effective substitute and gives a very welcoming feel.
Moving through into the kitchen we find a large room with a vinyl ‘stone’ floor as the space opens out providing room for not only a well equipped kitchen but one with enough room for a sensible sized dining table as well. This is always a consideration in homes without proper dining rooms but something that would never become a problem here. The kitchen units themselves run around two sides of the room providing generous work space and a place for the automatic washing machine. One obvious omission is that of a fridge and freezer but that mystery is solved as we move through into the rear lobby.
Here is a deep recess into which is fitted a large single unit fridge/freezer and another door into the bathroom. This is everything you could want of a bathroom, offering a pedestal hand basin, lavatory and a very attractive ‘P’ shaped bath with a shaped glass screen and electric shower over.
Opposite the fridge is the back door from where we gain access to the gravel path running towards the garden. The walls here are decorated with several hanging baskets which are always a welcome addition in any garden. At the rear of the home, this opens out into a delightful sitting area,
surrounded by tall hedges and bordered by a large timber archway leading into the lower garden. Colour is again provided by various flowering shrubs in assorted pots around the perimeter and making this an ideal spot for that all important drink at the end of a long day or an evening BBQ with friends. The large lower section through the arch is laid to gravel and although presently rather overgrown, this is nothing that an industrious afternoon would not cure. This, with the previous seating area stretches to a total length of what I would conservatively estimate at 70’, something completely unexpected in a home of this type and a very welcome feature.
Returning indoors to the kitchen we find the stairs, at the top of which is the long landing. Moving towards the rear of the home, passing a large storage cupboard we find the first of the bedrooms. This, following the curve of the roof line has a cottage type feel with its sloping eaves and makes a very pleasant and surprisingly big room, easily capable of accommodating a double bed and the accompanying furniture.
Moving back towards the front of the home we come to the second bedroom. Again, I was surprised by the size of the room and the ease with which it held a large free standing wardrobe. The remaining space would still take a double bed, although to treat this room as a luxuriously sized single is perhaps more realistic.
In the ceiling above the landing there is an entrance hatch to the attic space, accessed via a drop-down telescopic ladder. This, although not formally recognised as a room is fully boarded out, features both power and light and has, for years been used as a playroom for a whole generation of the current owner’s children and their friends.
Finally, we some to the main bedroom overlooking the front garden. This, stretching the full width of the home is very comfortably proportioned and is well able to accept two large wardrobes, a full dressing table/vanity unit and armchair along with the double bed.