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‘Full of character’, or ‘Quirky home’ are phrases used far too often by estate agents but in this case, I make no excuse for them. I can’t really, as I find myself unable to describe this little jewel any other way. Situated on Rhos Street on the road into Ruthin, this sweet little stone built two bedroom home offers so much more than the sum of its parts.
Opening the front door straight into the square living room with its massive central beam supporting the ceiling you are immediately impressed by how well the home suppresses the road noise. There is a fireplace in situ which has been covered over but I don’t know whether the chimney has been capped. If not, a crackling log burner would really make this something special.
An open archway leads up two tiled steps into a tiny dining room with a window looking out onto the rear yard. The other side of this room also houses the open tread staircase with storage beneath.
Beyond here, another step takes us into the kitchen in the rear extension. This is in a simple galley style, as necessitated by the limited space but manages to accommodate a full sized gas cooker and a plumbed in washing machine, with room for a large fridge/freezer and still leaving units for storage.
Stepping through the back door puts us into a small patio area surrounded by established greenery and making a very pleasant sun-trap for enjoying a quiet drink or BBQ at the end of a long day. A short flight of steps lifts us onto the main garden. Far more spacious than you would expect and with a fir hedge to one side and various young trees we eventually come to a wooden garden shed at the end, seemingly in good condition and always useful.
Returning inside and up the wooden stairs to the front bedroom, this is a perfectly adequate double room with a leaded double glazed window, decorative electric flame effect fire and two large walk in cupboards to minimise any wardrobe needs. The ceiling has attractive wooden beams, accentuating the slope of the roof, which makes the ceiling lower to the front of the home, though not enough to be a problem unless you spend your weekends as a Harlem Globetrotter.
Back onto the landing we next come to the bathroom. The kindest thing I can say about the decor is that it is idiosyncratic. A deep maroon in colour, the tiles do at least cover the walls but are not to my taste but who am I to criticise? There is a small rear facing window, a hand basin and toilet and bath with a shower over. Although this is fed from a mixer tap, the water is heated directly from the gas combi which also powers the central heating so an efficient shower is guaranteed.
Finally, to the rear bedroom. This is slightly larger than the front one and overlooks the rear garden. A large picture window lets light flood in and with two large fitted wardrobes, storage problems are solved.