Avaliable on the Help To Buy Scheme
Please note - There is no door between the dining room and garage. No ensuite to bedroom 2 and cylinder cupboard over stairs not in bedroom 2
The Severn is a three bedroomed detached home designed for modern day living and which is a located within an area of outstanding natural beauty. The attention to detail started with our Architect at the design stage and continues through into the construction phase. The house is of traditional construction with facing and feature brickwork to all elevations complimented by subtle art stone cills to all triple glazed windows and feature tile hanging to the front gable wall.
The main entrance door is of composite construction self finished externally in anthracite and internally in white and constructed to a high specification. This leads to a generous hall and the floor is finished with Kuni matt glazed porcelain ceramic tiles which have been utilised to render a contemporary solution for a traditional style. The cloakroom leads off the hall and has a tiled floor as does the understairs storage which will also accommodate a washer drier. The kitchen/dining is generally thought of as the heart of the home and the Severn doesn’t disappoint. The floor is finished in a large format matt rectified glazed porcelain and has a generous specification which includes an electric induction hob, integrated electric oven, integrated dishwasher, integrated fridge, integrated freezer and the benefit of a large dining area with two French windows leading on to a spacious private and enclosed rear garden. The rear garden has a patio area with the remaining area set to lawn. The separate lounge offers the chance of a relaxing refuge within a bustling family environment and is equipped to accept a wall mounted television with built in hdmi cabling.
The staircase and landing leading to the first floor are served by two windows which together with the layout create a light and welcoming area. The master bedroom has an ensuite and a recess for fitted wardrobes and bedroom two also has a recess for fitted wardrobes. The third bedroom is also configured to allow for fitted furniture. The family bathroom has a p shaped bath/shower unit with ceiling mounted drench shower and integrated screen, vanity unit and chrome towel radiator.
The internal doors are classic designed oak veneer vertical panel doors which have been factory finished with a clear lacquer.
All wet areas are hard tiled and there is a choice of carpeting from our standard range.
The attached garage has an electrically operated overhead door and houses the gas fired system boiler with rear access via a personnel door.
The approximate room sizes are:-
Living 3785 x 4675 (12’ 4 x 15’ 3)
Kitchen/Family/Dining 6400 x 3625 (20’ 10 x 11’ 9)
WC 965 x 2120 (3’ 2 x 6’ 10)
Entrance Hall 1485 x 5295 (4’ 9 x 17’ 4)
Under stairs 810 x 1930 (3’ 0 x 6’ 4)
Garage 2600 x 5500 (8’5 x 18’ 0)
Master Bedroom 3500 x 3400 (11’ 6 x 11’ 2) with 1500 x 900 wardrobe recess
Ensuite 2070 x 1670 (6’ 9 x 5’ 5)
Bedroom 2 3700 x 3050 (12’ 2 x 10’ 0)
Bedroom 3 2650 x 2300 (12’ 0 x 7’ 6)
Family Bathroom 2120 x 2550 (6’ 10 x 8’ 4)
Landing 3700 x 1450 (12’ 2 x 4’ 9)
Lime Kiln Court is located within the the Clwydian range between Mold and Ruthin and comprises of seventeen two and three bedroomed homes which has a maturity not usually found amongst new developments. Enclosed within a pocket of blossoming trees you are a far cry from city living, yet you really do have the best of both worlds – the seclusion of a small development located within one of the most picturesque parts of the country and close enough to local amenities and commuting to Chester, Wrexham or the North West. The development is nearby Mold which is a traditional market town and has all the resources and facilities necessary to ease and assist 21st century life. Education is important and may be a vital factor in choosing the location of your new home. There are four main primary schools and two secondary schools in the area all with good Estyn results.