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If you are looking for a period character home that’s been transported into the 21st century because of it complete refurbished throughout…..then we may just have the NewHome4U
Sitting just a stone’s throw from the centre of Mold is Gordon Terrace, which is made up of a row of homes that were built back in the day when builders wore cloth caps, built homes with pride and for them to last, with decent sized rooms, solid walls and fireplaces in every room!
This home has undergone some major work, starting with a new boiler which comes with a 5 year peace of mind guarantee, new radiators, a complete re-wire, re-plastered walls, new fitted kitchen with cooker and a hob thrown in, there’s new skirting, new doors, even a new bathroom! So, if you are looking for a place that really needs nothing, apart from a stamp from you to call it your own (by which I mean carpets and curtains), then can I suggest that you come and take a look at Gordon Terrace.
Two ways to approach this gorgeous home, from the front which sits set back from Kings Street, which is the main road leading from the McDonalds roundabout towards Sychdyn/New Brighton or from the rear where’s there’s ample parking, off road parking and even a detached garage.
So, if you don’t drive or you just love walking, then this place is ideal for you as it’s within easy reach of everything.
There’s a generous sized front garden sectioned off at the front from a low level brick wall, a cobbled pathway leads to the front door and a generous section of grass lies to the other side of the path with a hedgerow to one side and an iron picket fence to the other, simply making up the property boundaries.
Entering through the front door you walk straight into a handy entrance porch, always useful because when it’s raining outside, it’s a wonderful place for wet shoes, coats and umbrellas.
Pass through here and into the main entrance hallway, wooden floors adorn the majority of the home as the owners didn’t want to put carpet down, as you’d probably only change it. This is a blank canvass for you, you can strip the wood back and varnish it, make it lighter or darker, you can carpet it or even put tiles over the top of it – basically the owners said, when you buy it, you can do what you like with it. A wooden staircase also leads to the first floor accommodation and a door takes you through into the open plan through lounge / dining room.
Originally two rooms divided by a wall, it’s been opened up to maximise the space available in this rather special home. Newly plastered and painted walls give a real fresh feel to these rooms, with double windows at the lounge end and a single window at the dining room end, allowing plenty of light to flood in. In the dining room end there is a void where the fireplace used to sit, which with a little help from a professional, could easily be opened up again and put back into use. Where the other chimney stack sits in the lounge, this has been blocked up, but again with a little help from a professional, I’m sure it could easily be back in use within no time.
These two rooms allow ample space for entertaining friends and family in, there’s room for a large dining table and chairs and in the lounge, ample space for the usual sofas and arm chairs. From the perfectly placed dining room we walk through a door into the kitchen.
The kitchen has just been fitted and comes with stylish floor and wall mounted storage units, ample work-surfaces for the numerous modern-day gadgets that we acquire and let’s not forget, they are also useful for food preparation! A new cooker and hob have just been installed and then there’s a void for a dishwasher. A large space opens up under where the stairs are, now if you put a door on this it would be used as a pantry, but at the moment it offers ample room for all the things you love to hide…..hoover, dust pan and brush, husband etc…..There’s a nice window that looks out onto the rear aspect, so if you do washing up by hand, there’s something to look at! (let’s be honest, dishwashers aren’t that expensive now a days to buy or to run)
A door opens into the rear porch, which is another useful place for storage on those wet winter days (which we get so rarely here in Wales). It also plays home to a freezer, please note, the one depicted in the photos isn’t staying, it’s just so you get the idea of how it can look.
From the rear porch a door leads out to the rear courtyard, there’s a large storage shed, again you can never have enough storage and then next to that is a working outside toilet, ideal for when the kids are playing outside and you don’t want them traipsing through the home…..or even if you’re having a BBQ and you don’t want the adults doing the same….and let’s not forget the coal bunker nestled next to the outside WC.
A large detached garage / workshop sits next to the coal bunker and offers even more storage – come on who are we kidding, no one uses a garage for cars anymore! If you don’t want the garage, you could always knock it down and lay some turf and make it more of a garden, you could stick a jacuzzi there or if you really wanted, turn it into car parking spaces……endless possibilities.
OK, back inside and up the stairs to the first floor accommodation.
A bright landing leads you to all of the accommodation, a loft hatch for storage space and more wooden floors wait eagerly for you to do something with them, doors open into:
The recently fitted contemporary bathroom suite which is crying out for you to be the first person to use it. In here is a bath with shower attachment over, glass screen protector, part tiled walls, a wash hand basin and a toilet, frosted windows keep out prying eyes but allow natural light in. Wooden floors again are waiting for you to decide to either cover them or varnish them.
Next to the bathroom is a door leading to a decent sized store room, as I’ve said before, you can never have too much storage space in a home, ‘like this’.
Along from the storage room is the second bedroom, a generous sized room with a window looking out over the rear, more wooden floors and a nice high ceiling to give you a sense of even more space.
And finally to the master bedroom, this is a very generous sized room with two windows which in theory allow you to maybe convert it into two smaller rooms – or if you decide not to do that, allows plenty of light into the upstairs.