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Part of a small intimate development on Church Road in Buckley, this home is situated in the inner of the two buildings and is thus furthest from the road and any possibility of traffic noise. It is a beautifully thought out and designed complex, giving the impression of town houses rather than the apartments, that they really are. Fronted by a large car park, each unit has its own dedicated parking spot along with various extra spaces for visitors. Broad pavements and beds run along the front of the block, containing various colourful shrubs and making the whole area very cheerful.
We enter the home through a semi glazed front door, into a small entrance lobby with space for coats, shoes and all the assorted ‘stuff’ that homes accumulate.
An open archway allows us into the spacious lounge/dining room/kitchen which, from that description sounds as if it must be a cramped proposition, but nothing could be further from the truth. Two wide picture windows flood the lounge with light and really make the most of this comfortable sitting area, which makes light work (no pun intended) of currently housing a substantial corner type settee and other necessary furniture items. A high quality wood laminate floor gives an air of almost continental elan to this whole room and provides a surface that is not only attractive but simple to keep spick and span.
Beyond here, the room easily swallows a dining table and chairs without either feeling cramped or more importantly, spreading into either the lounge or kitchen.
And speaking of which, the kitchen is spread around the walls in a classic ‘U’ shape and manages to amaze with the amount of space and equipment available. Attractive tiled splash backs line the walls above the fitted units, which in turn contain everything you could realistically need for comfortable living. A dishwasher and an automatic washer / drier are integrated into the units, while a tall free standing fridge / freezer stands sentry at one end.
Moving through a door at the rear of the room takes us into a small inner hallway, where the flooring gives way to fitted carpets and we find immediately to out left, a large linen storage cupboard. Well, I say linen but more likely it would become a garage for the Hoover and a repository for all the assorted essentials that have failed to find a home elsewhere.
Immediately opposite here is the bathroom. This is floored in a practical and attractive vinyl and features the standard fare of pedestal hand basin, lavatory and bath with a mains powered shower over. Tiles cover the full height of the walls all around the bath, so you can be as messy as you like should the inner child take you over…
Adjacent to here is the smaller of the two bedrooms, although that is not to say it is any way small. Easily housing a full double bed and various pieces of other furniture, including a free standing wardrobe this is definitely not what I expected to find in an apartment. Light comes from two large windows positioned one either side of a French door opening into the enclosed and private rear garden. Once again, not what I expected but very welcome none the less. The garden is laid to lawn except for a small patio area butting up to the building, which is ideal for a quiet drink in the sun after hard day at the coal face or for entertaining friends, while a small wooden shed sits in the far corner of the plot.
Beside this room lies the master bedroom. The term ‘master’ may seem a bit pompous when referring to an apartment but how else do you describe a comfortable double room with its own en-suite bathroom? The bedroom currently contains a king sized bed, chest of drawers and an extravagantly huge free standing wardrobe, with further hanging storage provided by a rack in the recessed wall beside the entrance door.
The en suite is accessed through another door and contains the expected pedestal hand basin and lavatory but produces a surprise with the generous size of the shower cubicle with yet another mains powered shower running direct from the combi boiler.