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Price.......usually the elephant in the room when talking about houses with prospective first-time buyers. The home they would like is invariably the home they cannot afford while the home they can afford tends to need so much remedial work as to move itself beyond their price range. The problem seems insoluble until once in a while, a home 'like this' comes along.
Offering two spacious bedrooms, with a large and comfortable lounge and beautifully fitted kitchen, this home is ideal for a young couple or perhaps a small family where its position, convenient for local facilities such as shops and schools completes a very appealing package.
Sitting in an elevated position overlooking woodland and providing views right across to the Peckforton Hills, this is the right hand half of a pair of modern semi detached homes. We approach up a sloping drive laid to attractive block paving towards the small porch on the side elevation which protects the front door.
Stepping through the semi glazed white UPVC front door and into the small inner hall, the staircase rises to our right while opposite this is a large cupboard, ideal for coats, umbrellas and shoes too wet to be allowed any further inside. The remaining door opens into the pleasant lounge, a good sized room kept delightfully bright by the large picture window to the front and providing the perfect space for the TV and audio system in the recess beneath the staircase.
To the rear of the room another door opens into the kitchen with its attractive and practical ceramic floor. Perhaps a little too compact to be a formal kitchen/dining room it does however offer a small breakfast bar beside the fridge-freezer at one end if you wish to avoid having a table in the lounge or alternatively, eating off a tray in front of the telly.....which let’s be honest, is what most of us do….
At the other end of the room the kitchen is laid out in the classic ‘L’ shape with a generous amount of work space above the units which in turn house the automatic washing machine and dishwasher. The far wall provides a home of the gas hob while the tower oven rests alongside with large storage cupboards above and below. A large picture window looks out over the rear garden area which is accessed from the semi glazed back door.
The patio style garden is set out over three levels which are separated by small steps and offer ample space for relaxing or, with the addition of raised beds, allowing your inner Titchmarsh to flourish. The lowest level is large enough to allow for parking, in the unlikely event that the driveway to the side of the home proves too small for your fleet of vehicles and could be used for this without encroaching on the main body of the garden.
Returning indoors and up the stairs to the broad landing we come first of all to the bathroom. Overlooking the rear of the home this features a reprise of the ceramic floor from the kitchen and a modern suite of pedestal hand basin, lavatory and bath with a folding shower screen, behind which is a shower fed directly from the gas combi boiler. This is always a good thing as it ensures a constant pressure, preventing the sudden icy blasts that can take the shine of anyone’s morning ablutions.
Adjacent to here and also overlooking the rear of the home is the smaller bedroom. This is fairly obviously intended as a single or a child’s room but could, at a stretch accommodate a double bed if needed but any choice of free standing furniture would have to be a compromise.
Finally we come to the main bedroom and this is a delight. A large room, larger in fact, than the lounge beneath it this is made all the more spacious by the huge fitted wardrobe with its mirror fronted sliding doors. Wardrobes like this all but remove the need for any free standing furniture and give a truly luxurious feel to any room. The large picture window overlooking the front provides a pleasing view of the adjacent woodland and where through the trees, the outline of Peckforton Hills are clearly visible, making a nice change from Moel Famau which is the usual view to boast of in this area…...