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Do you like the photos?? Well may be you would you like to view this home personally…..the good thing about NewHome4U is, we OPEN 7 DAYS a WEEK and we’re physically in the office 4U just so that you can, ‘’like no other estate agent in Mold’
Situated in that attractive little group of terraced streets just off Wrexham Street, that always looks so pretty but so often needs frightening amounts of work, this one is a little bit special.
Completely re-roofed 9 years ago by the present owner (or rather, by his wallet) and fitted with a new gas combi boiler and all the attached radiators 18 months ago, having a new bathroom fitted at the same time, along with replacing the roof on the outrigger extension, which contains the family bathroom, all of which means there is nothing left needing attention and this home is ready to be just that; a home…and not a project, just simply a home!
At the end of a terrace of 2 bedroom Victorian cottages in the centre of Mold, this home is typical of its type. Typical that is, until you open the door. Stepping straight off the street and into the front room with its high quality wood laminate floor, we find a cosy and welcoming room, everything in fact, that you could hope for in a cottage. This atmosphere is further enhanced by the electric look-a-like log-burner that’s set into the fireplace and giving a rosy glow. From the age of the home, I would be surprised if a real one could not be installed if desired, which would make the room something really special.
And talking of special, we now step through a glazed door into the kitchen, with its practical and hard wearing vinyl imitation tiled floor. Here, I was taken aback by the sheer depth of the home, stretching far further than expected from its outside appearance (Dr Who’s Tardis springs to mind!). Cleverly utilising the space beneath the stairs for the insertion of more work tops, this manages to assume the dual roles of kitchen and dining room in a way that shames many apparently far larger homes. The units and work tops spread around three sides and incorporate the large fridge/freezer, integrated dishwasher and automatic washing machine. While along the remaining wall, sits a fair sized dining table and four chairs ready for those family meals or entertaining with friends.
Another semi glazed door opens into a square rear lobby containing a large storage cupboard currently concealing a steel gun locker but don’t read anything into this, the owner seemed perfectly pleasant to me….
Another door takes us into the recently re-fitted bathroom. Tiled in white from floor to ceiling, this galley style room contains a suite of pedestal hand basin, lavatory and bath, this having a mains power shower over it, along with the necessary protective glass screen.
The remaining door off the lobby takes us into the rear yard. Attractive gravel covers the entire area, which provides an outside seating area; a place to sit and chew the fat in the setting sun (or at any time of day for that matter). Beyond the house itself, the yard broadens out to produce a section wide enough to accommodate a large wooden storage shed before a large gate in the fence opens into the rear fire access lane.
Returning indoors and up the stairs, there is a large landing where stands a quite enormous wardrobe, addressing the needs of the most fashion conscious family and a door into the rear facing bedroom. This runs the full width of the home and is, as its current configuration shows, a comfortably sized double bedroom. In one corner is a large cupboard, providing storage for linen and housing the virtually new gas combi central heating boiler.
Across the landing we find the master bedroom. If ‘master bedroom’ sounds a bit pompous when describing a terraced cottage, I make no apologies here. Again stretching the full width of the home this is a big room, big enough to accommodate a king sized bed and various pieces of free standing furniture, including a wardrobe to rival the one on the landing (may not be included in the price). Light is provided by the picture window overlooking the street to the front.