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Leeswood, with its convenient position accessible to Mold, Chester and Wrexham is one of the more sought after villages in the area for keen home-hunters. In spite of this it remains highly affordable, which is a further benefit and one of the reasons why homes here sell quickly, so if you need three bedrooms and possibly have a young family able to take advantage of the highly regarded primary school situated literally at the bottom of the road, this could easily be the home for you.
Forming one side of a ‘T’ shaped pair of semi-detached homes and sitting on a corner plot surrounded on two sides by a large open garden and a paved yard area on the remaining side, this is a particularly well presented home.
Although it has no parking space within its own grounds, a residents parking area lies within about 20 yards of the front door so, solving any parking issues.
A concrete path leads from the pavement towards the square porch which stands proud of the front elevation. A sliding patio style door gives access into here and, having been recently replaced would give many years of service. There is a semi glazed wooden front door leading from here and into the hallway.
Standing in the hall we are opposite the foot of the staircase, while to our left is the door into the lounge.
This is a very comfortably sized room and features something that is repeated in various other rooms through the home, double aspect windows. These have the advantage of maximising the sunlight getting into the room as the sun moves across the sky and even on overcast days keep everything as bright and cheerful as possible. One wall is dominated by the rather 70s style raw brick fireplace housing its living flame gas fire, and the brickwork that continues at a low level across the width of the room. Described thus, it sounds dated but the effect is actually rather pleasing and if such things are important to you, coming back into fashion.
Crossing the hall brings us into the kitchen with its practical wood laminate flooring. This is quite a large room with units lining the two main walls and a further example of the twin aspect windows providing generous levels of light. The larger wall contains the free standing electric cooker and automatic washing machine while the central part of the room has sufficient space for a reasonably sized dining table. It may be a little optimistic to call this a full kitchen/dining room but it remains adequately large to fulfil both roles. The is a walk-in pantry at the back of the room, before another door opens into the rear hall.
This space, with its ceramic tiled floor provides room for the large fridge freezer, along with masses of general storage space and a further door into the downstairs cloakroom. An interesting name for it really, because there is no room for cloaks but there is a lavatory and the wall mounted gas central heating boiler.
Opposite here beyond the back door is a walk-in store providing space for a huge amount of storage or even, if needed a small workshop. The back door opens onto a small yard to the side and rear of the home, with a wooden store shed and a fence separating this from the front facing lawn area.
Moving upstairs brings us to a landing running across the top of the staircase and where turning left, we come to the first of the bedrooms. This is a very comfortably sized single room with space for two free standing chests of drawers and a large wardrobe along with the bed. The side facing window gives very pleasing views over the adjacent open countryside and provides a great deal of light.
Beside here and overlooking the green to the front of the home is the second bedroom. This is a large double room, again with twin aspect windows and all the advantages this suggests.
Re-passing the head of the stairs brings us to the bathroom with its attractive and practical vinyl flooring. This is a well presented room with waist height tiling around the walls and offering a lavatory and unitary hand basin with storage cupboards beneath. The tiling increases to ceiling height in the huge shower cubicle, adapted for the convenience of less mobile users.
There is a large airing cupboard beside here, concealing the hot water tank before we finally come to the main bedroom. A large cupboard over the stair well provides additional hanging space for clothes, though this is probably unnecessary as the room has enough space for two large traditional wardrobes in addition to a bedside cabinet and a substantial chest of drawers.