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In recent years Mold has justifiably become a very popular choice among homebuyers wanting the convenience of having everything a town can offer but unwilling to face the stresses of life in one of the larger conurbations. However for those wishing to be right in the centre of things, finding a suitable home can be difficult in so small a town.
Enter, The Carriageworks. A state of the art block of modern apartments virtually opposite the Bethesda Chapel in Ruthin Road, which puts it within moments stroll of the high street, with its vast array of shops, restaurants, pubs and its twice weekly market. So if it’s central you want, it’s central you have.
Behind a low wall topped with iron railings, an intercom equipped door allows entry into this prestigious apartment block. A corridor runs right through the building, passing the staircase to our left with the lift opposite before emerging into the rear facing car park area. Vehicle access to here is gained through the large archway a few yards further along the street where privacy and security are assured by the key-fob activated automatic gates. Number 27 is one of the two apartments on this corridor, the doors of which lie opposite one another.
Opening the front door takes us straight into the main hallway with its fashionable and immensely hard wearing light grey laminate floor. Immediately to our right, we discover bedroom two.
We enter through its beautifully constructed solid wood door which are found throughout the home and add a modern, almost Scandinavian feeling along with an undeniable touch of class. A window overlooks the rear aspect, which to be honest is the car park, but remember you are on the ground floor in a central location - so if it's the 'Hanging Gardens of Babylon' you're hoping to see, maybe you need to look else where. Regardles of the outlook, this still remains a comfortable and welcoming bedroom.
Adjacent to here and also overlooking the car park is the master bedroom, which seems a pretentious title in so compact a home but one that is justified here. A large window allows plenty of light to flood in and keep the room bright and cheerful. There is ample space for the double bed with its twin bedside cabinets, while your storage needs are catered for by the large three door wardrobe.
Another door off the bedroom reveals that ‘must have’ feature of a master bedroom, the en-suite bathroom. Grey ceramic tiles adorn the floor and the walls of the shower cubicle with its sliding glad doors and which features a twin headed rain and power shower. This has the advantage of drawing its hot water directly from the gas combi boiler which powers the central heating, thus eliminating the chance of suffering any sudden losses of temperature which can ruin the start to your day. We all need to wake up but not necessarily quite as quickly as is achieved by standing under an icy shower… The remainder of the suite comprises a modern pedestal hand basin and lavatory with the whole room kept snug thanks to the large stainless steel heated towel rail/radiator.
The next door off the hall opens onto the family bathroom. This features a reprise of the tiling and colour scheme from the en-suite and is none the worse for that. Again, as found previously, there is a pedestal hand basin and lavatory but in place of the shower cubicle, there is a bath, with an electric shower above it and a glass screen providing protection from the excesses of any over-enthusiastic bathers. The shower in here being electric also provides the security of an alternative power source in the event of technical problems, so going out smelly is not an option.
Opposite here is the door to a large walk-in cupboard where we find all the fuse boxes and the like. Storage of large items is frequently the bête noir of apartment living but this is an ideal home for all those awkward pieces of equipment that take up too much space; ironing boards, Hoovers, you know the sort of thing, along with as many coats and shoes that you care to throw in here.
The final door from the hall reveals the open plan living area. This is very neat and well laid out, providing more comfort and accommodation than would seem feasible in so compact an area.
Entering the room we find the dining area, big enough to take a sensibly sized dining table while to our right is the ’L’ shaped kitchen portion. This is cleverly thought out and along with an integrated fridge and freezer, houses and automatic washer/drier while the cupboard above this houses the easily accessible gas combi boiler. The remaining units provide plenty of storage space and also house the electric hob and oven and of course, the sink unit.
Further into the room, the lounge area is well lit via the large front facing twin picture window and makes a cosy sitting space without ever feeling too remote from the rest of the home.