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If you are looking for your dream home, this is not it…..Yet anyway!!! This is the starting point of someone else’s dream but their circumstances changed before they could complete the transformation which means….it is still here, ripe for someone else to make that dream their own. It needs someone with a little imagination and who wants somewhere with the potential to become a lovely family home…..If that is you, read on – we must point out that it does have the possibility of becoming a three bedroom home – but it may be worth consulting the planning department and a local builder first.
Situated on the corner of a small estate of similar properties off the Holywell road in Ewloe, this home is to be seen as a work in progress. Although that is possibly a bit misleading as it is fundamentally sound but its scheme of works is incomplete and needs finishing off. One advantage of this is that should your ideas fail to coincide with the current owner’s, it is not too late to make your alterations and steer it more towards your own tastes without incurring vast expense. Does all this sound a bit like hard work? Yes, but that is reflected in the asking price so this could end up being a real bargain – the home you want for the price you can afford. And finished in the way you would choose…..
The home sits adjacent to the main road and separated from it by a tract of land. Normally, this may present a problem as the road will always be within earshot but this land is very heavily wooded with trees and bushes, making a highly effective screen giving privacy and peace.
To the front there is a broad parking area with a patch of decorative gravel alongside before a brick porch protrudes from the front elevation, where we find the brown wood effect UPVC front door.
Stepping into the porch, we find a quality light wood laminate floor while easily accessible on the wall, is the cut out switch box for the power supply. Moving through into the lounge we immediately come to the bottom of the staircase before turning into the lounge area itself. This is a delightfully bright room, kept so by the large picture window to the front and featuring a very effective living flame effect electric fire mounted on the far wall. I always feel it is important to have a visual focus in a room and nothing provides a more welcoming one than a fire, whether it is real or not.
A door in the rear wall gives access to the kitchen/dining room with its high gloss ceramic floor and it is here where to be honest, we have a blank sheet of paper for your own interpretation of the perfect kitchen. There is nothing wrong with this room that the removal of its contents would not improve. Having said that, altering the kitchen is frequently one of the first projects undertaken by new owners whatever the current state of the home so it is perhaps not the disadvantage it may at first seem.
A large archway opens into the vast conservatory, a feature which, owing to the lack of a connecting door lends itself to becoming part of the kitchen – or possibly a formal dining room? Either way, it is this extra space that makes this the family home it could easily be. Outside here is a small patio area with a wooden garden shed, making possible those summer BBQs that we all hanker after. The previously mentioned trees beside the road at the side provide a very effective shield from it and give complete privacy.
Returning indoors and climbing the open tread wooden stairs brings us to the landing, where on our left is the bathroom. Being brutal this, rather like the kitchen really needs removing and starting again. However should finances preclude this, everything works and could possibly be used temporarily until the fiscal climate improves but I doubt it would be seen as a long term situation. In the corner of the room is a large linen cupboard, also housing the gas central heating boiler and hot water storage tank.
Adjacent to here and also overlooking the rear of the home is the first of the bedrooms. This is a bright and comfortable room with practical and easily cleaned wood laminate flooring and, should a double bed be installed would still allow for the necessary free standing furniture such as a wardrobe, chest of drawers etc..
Finally, and overlooking the front is the master bedroom. This pleasant room is kept very bright by its dual aspect windows; twin ones to the front and with a box bay to the side. It is also larger than you would expect by virtue of running the full width of the home. There is a small intrusion into the floor space above the stair well, as is so often the case but such is the size of the rest of the room, this is never an issue.