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Less than 300 yards from Eagles Meadow and the giant Tesco we find this imaginatively presented and well maintained home. Ideal for anyone concerned about their carbon footprint, its location makes car ownership more a matter of choice than necessity, so close it is to everything that Wrexham has to offer its residents. Yet while it is right in the centre of things, it is also tucked away in a little side road where the hurly burly of traffic and noise pass it by, giving it the best of both worlds.
One of a row of neat terraced homes, like its neighbours this features a waist high front wall providing a small garden area laid to crushed gravel and a pedestrian gate leading to a short front path. There is a large window overlooking this with a decorative lintel above and a white UPVC front door with a half moon of frosted glass in an insert.
This door opens into the hall where, on the right is another door into the front lounge, a surprisingly spacious and very welcoming room with useful recesses either side of the chimney breast, for housing bookcases, the telly or whatever you fancy. The chimney breast plays host to a beautiful Victorian style fireplace with the typical decorated tile work each side. Although not currently in use and housing candles in the manner of many lifestyle magazines, the chimneys which are visible all along the street leave me to believe that a real fire could be reinstated if desired, making this room extremely cosy.
Passing the laterally positioned staircase brings us to another door, this time revealing the dining room. Gaining the additional width of the hall makes this a far larger room than the lounge. This is stylishly furnished and features a large open fireplace housing a faux ‘log burner’ providing all of the atmosphere but involving none of the work, which can only be a good thing. A rear facing window overlooks the small yard and its gate into the garden beyond.
Another door opens into the galley style kitchen with its ceramic flooring. This features attractive tiled splash-backs and generous storage space along with all the necessary mechanical aids modern man needs to feed himself. In the interests of fairness it should be pointed out that modern woman is obviously far more resourceful…
Stepping through into the single storey extension we find the back door and two further internal doors. One, revealing the downstairs cloakroom with its lavatory and hand basin, the other a small laundry room containing the plumbed in automatic washing machine and further storage space.
Outside there is a small paved area between here and the wall to next door’s property before a wrought iron gate opens onto a further pathway to the wooden back gate, with a wooden shed and an area of lawn alongside.
Upstairs takes us to a small square landing with doors to either side. The right hand one of these leads into the front bedroom, a strikingly large room bigger, in fact than the dining room downstairs. To give you some idea it currently houses a double bed with twin bedside cabinets, a dressing table, large TV & video stand and a huge free standing wardrobe, The real surprise however, is the second doorway leading towards the rear of the home but this is easily explained.
This opens into a corridor leading through to the rear facing bathroom and has been constructed by taking a section of the rear bedroom to allow bathroom access from the front without trailing through the second room. There are two doors at the end of the corridor, one into the bathroom and the other to the second bedroom where, diagonally opposite we see the room’s other door which opens back onto the landing at the top of the stairs. This strange sounding arrangement provides each room with independent bathroom access which was impossible prior to the alterations. It does however make for slightly awkward access to the lavatory from downstairs but this is presumably why the cloakroom was fitted by the back door to address the problem and it must be said, it does this perfectly.
The rear room is another comfortably sized double with space for large items of free standing furniture along with the double bed and a window looking out across the rear garden.
The bathroom at the very back of the house is reached down a set of three stairs, being set at a slightly lower level than the rest of this floor. Typical of bathrooms in this type of home it is quite a narrow room but it has a ceramic floor and is fully tiled and nicely equipped, offering a suite of pedestal hand basin, lavatory and a bath with a shower above. The shower is of the type that has its hot water fed directly from the gas combi central heating boiler, preventing any sudden shocks as the hot tank empties when least expected and you receive an icy blast which can take the shine off anyone’s morning.