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3 bedroom detached house for sale

Ffordd Elfed, Wrexham


Property Description

Key features

  • A charming detached home
  • Within established residential area
  • Enjoying benefit of character features
  • Reception hall
  • G/F cloaks/w.c
  • Dual aspect lounge
  • Dining room, conservatory
  • Kitchen/breakfast room
  • Three bedrooms
  • Well appointed bathroom

Full description

A charming detached home within this popular established residential area that enjoys the benefit of character features which includes the original oak Herringbone patterned flooring to the majority of the ground floor rooms, solid oak internal doors and a conservatory that enjoys a pleasant aspect over the good sized rear garden. The accommodation briefly comprises an attractive oak entrance door which opens to the reception hall with ground floor cloaks/w.c off, dual aspect lounge over the front and rear gardens and feature fireplace, dining room which leads into the conservatory and a kitchen/breakfast room. A turned staircase rises to the first floor landing which gives access to the three bedrooms and a well appointed bathroom. Externally double metal gates give access to the driveway and lawned front garden, whilst additional gated side parking leads to the garage and useful workshop/storeroom. The rear garden is a particular feature being of a generous size and enclosed. Inspection strongly recommended. Energy Rating - D.

Location - Ffordd Elfed has long been regarded as a most popular residential area within walking distance of Wrexham town centre and enjoying good road links to the A483 bypass which links Wrexham, Chester and Oswestry and link roads to the Wrexham industrial estate therefore allowing for daily commuting to the major commercial and industrial centres of region. There are both primary and secondary schools within walking distance together with the popular Acton Park centred around its fishing lake. There is a local bus service in the area and a good selection of day to day shops in Borras.

Directions - From Wrexham town centre proceed along Park Avenue taking the right hand turning into Camberley Drive and then before reaching the T junction turn left into Ffordd Elfed where No.6 will be observed on the left hand side.

On The Ground Floor - An oak entrance door with arch leaded window panel and side welcome light leads into the:

Reception Hall - Featuring an attractive oak Herringbone pattern floor, radiator, plate rack, coving to ceiling and four panel door which opens into the:

Cloakroom/W.C - Appointed with a low flush w.c, corner wash basin with tiled splashback, oak Herringbone pattern floor, two ceiling spotlights and extractor fan.

Lounge - 14'9 x 11'9 (4.50m x 3.58m) - A solid oak door leads into the light and airy lounge enjoying a dual aspect through a tall upvc double glazed leaded window to front and upvc double glazed leaded window overlooking the rear garden, an attractive feature fireplace with living flame gas fire on slate hearth provides a focal point, deep coving to ceiling, continuation of the oak Herringbone pattern floor, radiator, two wall light points and double doors opening to useful understairs storage cupboard.

Dining Room - 11'5 x 10'0 (3.48m x 3.05m) - A solid oak internal door is complemented by the oak Herringbone pattern flooring, tiled fireplace with open fire, recessed shelving, serving hatch and radiator. The dining room leads into the:

Conservatory - 10'4 x 8'7 (3.15m x 2.62m) - Enjoying a lovely aspect over the rear garden with double glazed windows on brick plinth, double french doors lead out onto the patio, two roof windows, wall lights and oak flooring.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room - 19'9 x 8'4 (6.02m x 2.54m) - A solid oak door off the hallway leads into the family sized room which has been appointed with a range of cottage style base and wall cabinets with wooden work surfaces incorporating a Belfast style sink unit with mixer tap and upvc double glazed window above, wall mounted Worcester combination boiler, plumbing for automatic washing machine, space for fridge, slot-in cooker with stainless steel extractor hood above, part tiled walls, integrated wine rack, inset ceiling spotlights and ceramic tiled flooring which continues into the breakfast area having a radiator, upvc double glazed window, deep coving to ceiling and inset ceiling spotlights. A timber stable door with glass panel allows external access.

On The First Floor - Approached via a turned staircase from the entrance hall featuring a stained glass window to half landing which continues to:

Landing - Benefitting from solid oak internal doors off to all rooms, radiator, ceiling hatch to roof space and good sized storage cupboard.

Bedroom One - 13'2 x 8'6 (4.01m x 2.59m) - A upvc double glazed window overlooks the rear garden, radiator, two door fitted wardrobe with storage cupboards above and a solid oak door gives access to a walk-in wardrobe with hanging rail and shelving.

Bedroom Two - 11'5 x 6'0 (3.48m x 1.83m) - Upvc double glazed window to front with radiator below, television aerial point and solid oak internal door opening into walk-in wardrobe with hanging rail and shelving.

Bedroom Three - 9'3 x 5'6 (2.82m x 1.68m) - Having the benefit of a built-in wardrobe with sliding mirror fronted door, upvc double glazed window and radiator.

Family Bathroom - Well appointed with a Heritage range white suite of bath with mixer tap and aide panel, wash basin with mixer tap, low flush w.c, both of which are set within vanity cupboards, separate shower cubicle with electric shower, upvc double glazed window and heated towel rail.

Outside - The property is approached through double metal gates on brick pillars giving access to the private driveway which provides parking for 2/3 cars. A path continues to the front entrance door, a pillared porch/loggia and a side garden gate. The shaped front lawn has established and well stocked borders together with a dwarf brick front privacy wall. Good quality double tall wooden gates to the side of the property open to additional parking which continues to the:

Garage - 16'7 x 8'9 (5.05m x 2.67m) - Having the benefit of metal up and over door, lighting and power. To the side of the garage are double doors which open into the:

Workshop - 16'3 x 7'5 (4.95m x 2.26m) - Having lighting and power and currently utilised as a gym.

Gardens - The rear garden is a particular feature of the property having a patio area ideal for outside entertaining, a generous sized lawned garden beyond with well stocked borders which enjoys a good degree of privacy and a sunny aspect. Trellis fencing and pergola then leads to an additional lawned garden area with ornamental pond and greenhouse.

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25 August 2016

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