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I don’t know Rhos at all well but each time I visit I am struck by the spirit of community so often found in small towns, something of which this charming home is well placed to take maximum advantage. In a narrow street near the well used and popular Stwt Theatre, this is an ideal location for any culture vultures among us and, with Wrexham being so near, any other needs you may have are equally well catered for.
This mid terrace home built of traditional Ruabon brick sits behind low wall separating it from the road and where a large box style bay window stands proud of the front elevation. A very substantial looking semi glazed front door in solid wood with smaller glazed inserts opens to allow us into the inner hallway.
Immediately on the left is the door into the front facing lounge, a cosy and welcoming room taking maximum advantage of the excellent light levels afforded by the bay window. The chimney breast has been blocked off and fitted with a very convincing living flame type electric fire, providing that rosy glow that is so important on a chilly winter’s evening but better still, requiring no work in order to achieve it.
Moving towards the rear of the home we pass the cross mounted staircase before coming into the rear dining room. This is where the true size of the home becomes apparent, as this is an undeniably big room. That it currently plays host to an enormous traditional Welsh dresser, along with a standard sideboard, a bookcase, occasional chair and a full sized six seat dining table and accompanying chairs while still leaving masses of room to move around freely, makes it totally unexpected in this type of home. Proof that you should never be swayed by first impressions…. It also means that should the demands of your family circumstances require more living space than is to be found in the lounge, this is a home that can cope with almost anything. Light in here comes from the rear facing window overlooking the charming garden.
Another door opens into that space, vital in any home, where you can store all the ‘stuff’ that homes magically accumulate and without somewhere like this, remains always in the way. You know the sort of thing, Hoovers, ironing boards, half empty tins of emulsion and all the other ‘junk’ without which life fails to function.
A door beside the window leads through into the kitchen with a further nod to the origins of this type of home in the form of the attractive red quarry tiled floor. The kitchen is laid out in the galley style, which can often be a by-word for cramped. However here, thoughtful positioning of the units and work tops has resulted in an efficient and pleasant environment from which to feed your family with the minimum of stress while providing generous storage space and provision for the automatic washing machine and integrated dishwasher. It even manages to feel far bigger than it actually is, largely by courtesy of the twin aspect windows bringing in generous levels of light, along with the cheerful colours of the garden.
Stepping into the garden we find a charming and well stocked area with various plants around the perimeter and with a substantial hedge providing an unexpected and very welcome degree of privacy, something frequently lacking in terraced homes.
At the end of the garden is a low fence with a central gateway giving access to the rear lane, where each of the homes have their own brick store sheds, there being insufficient space for garages. However at some point in the home’s history, ownership of no fewer than three of these units have passed to this property, providing somewhere really useful for any number of purposes, from offices to workshops and representing something quite unique in a home of this type.
Returning indoors and climbing the stairs to the small square landing, we turn right towards the rear of the home where we find the bathroom. Tiled throughout in white and with attractive and practical (not to mention comfortably warm during the winter) vinyl floor covering, this room, while not huge provides all you could need. A bank of fitted cupboards along one wall houses the gas combi central heating boiler and provides extensive further storage, while the white suite comprises of a pedestal hand basin, lavatory and bath with a hand-held shower attachment on the mixer taps in addition to the fitted electric shower above. Well, cleanliness is next to Godliness….
Adjacent to here and also overlooking the rear garden is the first of the bedrooms which surprisingly, is a generously sized double. This is demonstrated by the way it currently contains a full size double bed with twin bedside cabinets, a sizeable chest of drawers and a large free standing wardrobe.
Finally, moving towards the front of the home we find the main bedroom. It's a well lit room1 via the two front facing windows and stretching across the full width of the home, this is a sumptuous room. This can be seen by the ease with which it accommodates the double bed and its twin bedside cabinets, the linen chest across the foot of the bed, the huge chest of drawers and not one, but two large free standing wardrobes and this is before we even mention the walk-in cupboard in the far corner… The fact that is does all this while leaving masses of additional floor space untouched will explain far better than I am able, just what this home has to offer.