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Situated close to the centre of Buckley, within an easy walk of all the shops, supermarkets and general amenities this home really is in an enviable location. For those needing to commute for work purposes, Buckley is conveniently sited for access to all the major road networks and, with the delights of Mold moments away by car and even easily accessible by bus which these days is a real novelty, it is equally well placed for social purposes.
Quite a broad road allows for easy parking to the front of the home, while further parking is available to the rear in a public area accessed via a gate in the back fence. There is a lawn to the front alongside which a path runs up to the semi glazed UPVC front door. Stepping into the hall we find a light wood laminate floor, with the staircase in front of us while to our right, lies the door into the lounge.
Or to be more accurate, this is a lounge/diner separated by an archway. Closer examination reveals this to be constructed of stud walling and thus, its removal would be a simple matter and would have the effect of really opening the room up into a very sizeable space. A large picture window provides plentiful light to the front, while a large set of French doors to the rear open into the conservatory. It must be said that the door locks on this require attention.
The conservatory itself is not huge. Square in shape it offers a ceramic tiled floor and a sliding patio type door to one side. Stepping through into the garden reveals that the seals around the conservatory where it attaches to the brickwork also could be improved but is not yet beyond redemption. There is a flagged area between the home and the slightly raised lawn which would welcome a summer BBQ – and who wouldn’t? A flagged path leads to the bottom of the garden where we find an enclosed storage area for wheelie bins and adjacent to this a substantial wooden garden shed.
OK, back inside and another door off the dining room area leads into the kitchen. This is the room perhaps most in need of attention, or am I being too picky? It contains everything necessary, hob, oven, space for large fridge/freezer, plumbing for washing machine so if finances were tight, any renovation here could be done at leisure as and when possible. Alternatively, with it being quite a compact room a full kitchen replacement probably would not break the bank and would certainly add to the home’s appeal.
Climbing the stairs, we find straight in front of us is the bathroom. Initially not very inspiring it is none the less functional, with floor to ceiling tiles in good condition. The suite unsurprisingly comprises pedestal hand basin, lavatory and, this comes a bit out of the blue, a spa bath. How the other half live eh? As if that were not enough, there is also a mains power shower over the path fed directly from the gas combi boiler.
Adjacent to here and also facing the rear of the home is the back bedroom. This is a very comfortably sized double room with ample space for a very substantial free standing wardrobe along with the other furniture and bed (obviously).
Backing onto this room is the front master bedroom. If anything a little larger and overlooking the front garden and road, this scores in the space stakes by offering a large walk-in linen storage cupboard which could easily be transformed into a capacious fitted wardrobe.
And finally, we have the third bedroom. In common with the vast majority of this style of homes, this is most definitely a single room but in no way could it be called mean. Yes, there is the expected box intruding into one corner to accommodate the rise of the stair well but a bed would still fit between here and the window. Furthermore, it the box itself was incorporated into the base of a fitted wardrobe or set of cupboards there would be no lack of storage, making for a very comfy room.