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Yowley Road is a quiet cul-de-sac which is only moments to the main A55 roundabout at St David’s but don’t worry, the road is all but inaudible and being a dead end (Yowley Rd not the A55), passing traffic is never an issue, so the children are as safe as they can ever be. Speaking of the children, what makes this home so attractive to parents of primary school age kids is the short walk to Ewloe Green Primary, one of the highest ranked schools in Flintshire, according to OFSTED and they should know. Such is the regard in which this school is held that, homes in the area change hands rather quickly when they become available.
To the front of the home the garden has been paved over, providing off road parking for at least two vehicles. A recently renewed double glazed picture window overlooks this area and a narrow canopy keeps the worst of the weather off the wood effect UPVC semi glazed front door.
Stepping into the small inner hall with its coat hooks and faux wood effect wooden floor, we find the door to the lounge. This room is much larger than I expected and immaculately presented, offering a pleasant and generous space for any family to spend their relaxation time. A door opens into the space beneath the stairs which provides the all-important storage for all the household “stuff” that everyone has but frequently struggles to store out of sight – a bit like your husband!
To the rear of the lounge another door leads into the kitchen/diner, where this unassuming looking home takes a surprising turn. So often in house descriptions we read the phrase ‘spacious kitchen/diner’, only to find it is nothing of the sort. Here however, there is room for a proper family sized dining table without compromising the well equipped kitchen section at all.
This features a continuation of the practical faux wood floor from the dining room section and with units set out in a ‘U’ shape, provides a spacious and stylish space in which to prepare food for the masses, that will obviously be drawn to such a welcoming home.
An integrated fridge/freezer sits beside the tower oven, the height of these items against the inner wall of the room adding balance to the overall appearance, while the ceramic hob occupies the smaller wall at the far end. Like the bathroom, the kitchen was installed about 5 years ago and has obviously been fastidiously maintained since, remaining in mint condition and kept bright and cheerful by the large picture window overlooking the very generous rear garden.
A door at the rear of the dining room leads into a small lobby housing large storage cupboards and the back door. Beyond here lies the bathroom, where the attractive ‘wood’ flooring continues.
Although the bathroom is not huge, this unashamedly modern room has been beautifully thought out and is tiled to waist height throughout, rising to full ceiling height around the bath. Heat comes from a stainless steel heated towel rail/radiator and a unitary hand basin sits on top of the fitted storage cupboards from the front of which protrudes the lavatory. There is a ‘P’ shaped bath with a lovely centrally mounted waterfall mixer tap and a mains fed power shower, the hot water for which comes directly from the gas combi boiler, ensuring a constant flow and temperature. Anyone who has suffered an involuntary ice-bucket challenge when the shower unexpectedly runs cold, will definitely see the advantage of this…
Outside the back door is a path running from the front parking area to the raised decking at the rear of the home. This continues around the bathroom and broadens out to fill the space beside the kitchen window and from where is a very pleasing view down the enclosed garden. In the centre of this is a small flight of steps down onto the lawn and where, in the far corner of the lawn we see a large steel shed/workshop; somewhere for the kid’s bikes or for Dad to hide himself away and do bloke things…..or Mum (we don’t want to be accused of being sexist:)
Back indoors and up the stairs we come to the first and smallest of the bedrooms but, unlike the vast majority of three bed semis this is not the disappointing box we expect. Currently it is used as a single room, but a double bed would fit quite easily although you may be limited in your choice of free standing furniture.
Adjacent to here is the second rear facing bedroom which is most definitely a double room and a comfortable one at that. There is a truly massive triple door fitted wardrobe catering for the storage needs of anyone bar the psychotically obsessed clothes collector in the family and even they could not really complain. This still leaves enough room for the double bed and a large chest of drawers, rounding off a very pleasant room.
Finally we come to the front facing master bedroom where once again the watchword is storage. There is sufficient floor space for two large chests of drawers, a full sized computer desk and a double bed with twin bedside cabinets. The far wall is given over entirely to a six door fitted wardrobe and this is supplemented (as if it were necessary) by additional fitted cupboards occupying the space above the stair well…..a very well planned home indeed!