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When looking for a family home you always need to consider various things. How far is it from a suitable school? Is there any garden for the kids to play? Is it on a busy road with too much traffic to keep them safe? Are the bedrooms big enough to prevent arguments as they grow?
Well with this particular home I went through an exhaustive check list of necessary attributes before coming to the conclusion that this is pretty much ideal. The fact that it is also in fabulous ‘move in’ condition is a bonus, one that will free up your leisure time to enjoy more varied hobbies than just home improvement.
In a well kept and secluded cul-de-sac in Bagillt we find this very attractive home sitting on its corner plot. Approaching form the front there is a decorative wrought iron fence with classic detailing in gold paint and, stepping down into the front garden is an area of crushed gravel and a solid concrete path to the front door and also down the side of the home to a narrow lawn. At one end of this lawn is a block built coal and wood store, enabling you to satisfy your pyromaniac tendencies during the chilly winter months. Opening the white UPVC semi glazed front door places us in the carpeted inner hallway with the staircase rising in front of us.
Immediately on the right is the door into the lounge, a well proportioned and comfortable room which is made bright and cheerful by its large front facing bay window. The main focal point of the room is provided by the very attractive open hearth, just begging for the welcoming glow that only a real fire can give and helping to make it feel like a real home.
At the top of the hall is the kitchen which, although not huge uses its ‘L’ shaped layout to great effect and by using integrated appliances such as the dishwasher, fridge and freezer manages to house all the little luxuries we have come to expect in modern homes. The units are all of very high quality and made even more appealing by the sparkly surface of the black single piece marble work top. The sink is set into this and sits alongside the five burner gas hob with its electric fan oven beneath. One side of the room is formed by a large archway which opens up into the formal dining room, making a delightful and airy space. It also has the effect of keeping the cook in touch with the diners, making meal times altogether more sociable affairs.
This room is large enough to house a full sized suite of a circular table and chairs, along with a large book case (or a sideboard if you prefer) and an armchair beside the chimney breast. The fireplace plays host to the room’s centrepiece, in the form of a professionally fitted and certificated multi-fuel stove, bringing comfort, warmth and a real atmosphere to any dinner party.
A large set of French windows overlook the rear garden and opens onto the top of a broad set of steps, dropping down to the level of the lawn. The lawn itself is surrounded by a paved pathway, with the whole area being enclosed by wooden fencing. Beyond the fence at the bottom of the garden, the roof of a garage is visible and this is the part of the property with additional parking for a car in front of it, before this small drives opens into the road. There is another vehicle sized area alongside here, with its own separate entrance so parking is never going to be an issue.
Returning indoors and climbing the stairs, turning to the front of the home takes us to what is always the problem with any three bed semi; the smallest bedroom. All too often these are an apology of a bedroom being too small for even a proper bed on occasion, but not here. Although a fairly tight fit, a full sized single bed still allows access to the open fronted and very capacious wardrobe and storage unit, while still leaving space for a chest of drawers.
Next door to here and also overlooking the front of the home is the main bedroom. This, with its large bay window echoing that of the lounge below is a very comfortable and peaceful room. With its double bed and bedside cabinet along with a large chest of drawers on the other side there is plenty of space and, with one complete wall filled with a huge mirror fronted fitted wardrobe, enough clothes storage to set up in opposition to M & S.
Moving to the rear of the home and to the remaining double bedroom we find a similarly sized room but one that feels, if anything, bigger. I think this is due to the panoramic and far reaching views stretching from on one side, the farmland above the village to on the other, across the Dee estuary to the rise of the Wirral and Hilbre Island. To be honest, if this were my house I would select this as the main bedroom, purely for the view. That, and the fact that I own too few clothes to fill the wardrobes next door….
Finally there is the bathroom which has, like the kitchen been fitted out to a very high standard. Fully tiled from floor to ceiling in white and with a decorative embossed dado line around this does what it says on the tin, but does it really well. There is a suite also in white, comprising a pedestal hand basin, lavatory and a bath with a shower over. What more could you want? It is a bathroom after all.