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Property details

  • 3 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • 1 reception room


  • Three bedroom detached family home
  • Completely refurbished
  • Comprehensively fitted kitchen
  • Large lounge/dining room
  • Solid oak flooring
  • Handy downstairs cloakroom
  • Indian stone patio
  • South facing enclosed rear garden
  • Quiet yet convenient location
  • Free & open 7 days a week in-house Independent Mortgage Advice call Beth on

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Last 30 days: 29 page views

Since listed: 535 page views


If you are looking for a three bedroom detached family home in mint order throughout, having been re-roofed five years ago with replacement windows & a new central heating system prior to that, in a quiet peaceful location convenient for all the facilities you need…..we really do have a NewHome4U

Come to our office for free Independent mortgage advice open 7 days a week or just email or even ‘call': Do you like the photos? Well may be you would you like to view this home personally because, one of the best things about NewHome4U is, we open 7 days a week and we’re physically in the office 4U just so that you can view, ‘’like no other estate agent in Mold’

Laurel Drive, in spite of its position in the centre of Buckley’s most established residential area is rather like living on an island. Surrounded by suburbia this little enclave sees virtually no traffic other than that which is actually visiting the homes within it and, with a large communal grassed area providing space for relaxation it becomes an ideal environment for growing children to play happily and safely. Add into the mix the closeness of the town centre catering for your shopping needs, the schools within walking distance and if it is a family home you need, this becomes a serious contender. Should any further grist to the mill be necessary, compare its price to many other offerings currently on the market and I am sure you will be on the phone quicker than Mo Farrah nipping down to Tesco.

Approaching the home from the front the detached garage, equipped with both light and power sits alongside the front lawn which occupies the sheltered area between yours and the next door garage. There is a canopy style porch providing protection for the semi glazed white UPVC front door with its additional frosted lights to either side.

Stepping into the hall where the stairs rise to our right we find a stunning dark slate floor which runs the full length of the hall and also into the kitchen to our left. The kitchen is kept beautifully bright by the full width picture window overlooking the front lawn and features the complete gamut of 21st century labour saving devices, most of which are integrated and thus part of the fixtures and fittings. These include a brand new tower oven and microwave and that “must have” accessory for stressed Mummys and Daddys, an under counter wine cooler. Now that’s class. At the far end of the room the back door opens onto an enclosed area behind the garage that has been closed off from the rest of the garden by a wooden fence. In here is a large wooden shed providing workshop and storage space or simply somewhere to keep Dad out of mischief.

At the top of the hallway past the ever present “cupboard under the stairs”, without which any home would become clogged up with all the ‘stuff’ we can’t do without, we come to the downstairs cloakroom. At one end, where a sink would usually be found are various coat racks and storage for shoes, the lack a wash basin being overcome in a way I can only call genius. On the top of the lavatory cistern is a lid in the form of a small sink, with its own tap and a drain that empties the grey water back into the cistern. Very neat and very eco-friendly because why waste clean water in flushing a lavatory?

Beside here is the door to the lounge/dining room. Now my opinion on dual purpose rooms like this is well documented, as so often they are just not big enough to fulfil their twin roles and end up failing to satisfy either. Here however, my theories are shot down in flames by this lovely and spacious room with its ability to swallow a full sized six seat dining table along with two massive settees, an easy chair and various items of assorted free standing furniture. That it can do this while leaving large areas of floor space still empty speaks volumes and the appeal of the room is further enhanced by the stunning solid oak flooring. This is not only highly attractive but has the advantage of being virtually indestructible. At the rear of the room a large set of French doors open onto the south facing rear garden, featuring a large patio area laid in Indian stone and a similarly sized “lawn” of practical and maintenance free Astroturf. Its orientation ensures day long sun (as far as is possible in this country….) and is a delightful setting for a relaxing drink with family and friends at the end of an arduous day. Just the sort of haven of peace a home should provide.

Returning indoors and up the stairs we come first of all to the smallest bedroom. As is expected in virtually all three bedroom houses of this layout, this is purely a single room or, in these days of ever increasing home working, could be used as an excellent office.

Adjacent to here and also overlooking the rear garden is another bedroom, this time on an altogether different scale. Two separate walk-in wardrobes dominate one complete wall, providing all the clothes storage you could possibly need; unless you fancy setting up in opposition to Primark…. A large picture window takes maximum advantage of the south facing aspect, while the room itself remains spacious enough to easily accommodate a double bed with twin bedside cabinets and further storage in the form of a large chest of drawers.

The next door along the landing conceals something of a surprise, in that where I expected to find a linen storage cupboard there was also a heat exchange tumble drier. This type of machine is ideal for settings like this, producing less heat and moisture that even condenser models and meaning they can be sited almost anywhere. There is also sufficient space for various other space-hungry items such as ironing boards, Hoovers and the like making this a very convenient hidey-hole.
Next door to here is the large front bedroom and here, ‘large’ is the only word that suits it. Bigger than its rear facing twin largely because it lacks the walk-in cupboards, this has space for enough free standing furniture to make this omission irrelevant. Currently configured as a child’s room with a single bed it is difficult to describe the dimensions because in place of more usual items are sundry quite unusual pieces. Rarely have I had to describe a bedroom with a mock kitchen in one corner but the fact it fits should give you some idea that this is a good sized room.

Finally we come to the bathroom. This is not the world’s biggest but is so well fitted that it really does not matter. It features an attractive and practical ceramic look-alike floor with walls that are tiled to ceiling height around the bath area. There is a suite of pedestal hand basin, lavatory and a ‘P’ shaped bath with a curved glass screen protecting the rest of the room from the excesses of the mains water fed shower, drawing water directly from the hot water tank situated in the adjacent linen cupboard.

Front Of Home:

Entrance Hall:

Kitchen: (3.4 x 2.5 (11'1" x 8'2"))

Lounge/Dining Room: (5.4 x 5.3 (17'8" x 17'4"))



Master Bedroom: (3.5 x 3.0 (11'5" x 9'10"))

Bedroom Two: (3.6 x 3.4 (11'9" x 11'1"))

Bedroom Three: (2.4 x 2.2 (7'10" x 7'2"))

Family Bathroom: (2.5 x 1.8 (8'2" x 5'10"))

Outside Of Home:

Useful information:

Council tax band: D
electric & gas bills: £105pm (based on current owners usage)
water bill: Not metered

Photos are taken with a wide angle camera so please look at the 3D & 2D floor plans for approximate room sizes as we don’t want you turning up at the home and being disappointed, courtesy of

All in all this home is the finished article. Frequently people are prepared to take on homes that “have potential” but here, that potential has already been realised. Every problem the optimistic buyer says he is prepared for but secretly dreads has been dealt with, such as the roof having been renewed along with the windows and complete heating system. There are no hidden surprises here, meaning nothing nasty will happen to your bank account when, having made the biggest purchase of your life, you can least afford it. That all the improvements have been made so tastefully is a real bonus and even if it is not your chosen colour scheme remember, painting can be fun - honestly.
Now, ‘unlike most other estate agents’, we actually open 7 days a week and are physically in the office 4U so that you can view this home when you want - but please respect the owners wishes, as they would yours and call us as we accompany every viewing – call Remember to check out our genuine 5 ***** star google reviews that have been added by ‘real people like yourself’ – If you like us, invite us round to value your home, it won’t cost you a penny and we have over 30 years’ experience in the industry to get you the best and most realistic price for your home – so we can tell you exactly what your home is worth today!

Free 'Independent mortgage advice' - We open 7 days A week so come to our office for a cup of coffee and chat to Beth from love mortgages or just email or 'call': Are you thinking of selling your property – try NewHome4U – why?
1. We give you professional photos (not me with a camera!)
2. We are physically in the office 7 days A week & with the
3. Friendliest staff – so POP in for A cuppa and see
4. Premium listings on rightmove @ no extra charge
5. Featured property @ no extra charge
6. Free aerial drone video @ no extra charge (caa dependent)
7. Energy performance certificate only cost you £45!
8. Highest google rated agent in mold (& surrounding areas)
(if these aren’t reasons enough to sell with NewHome4U, then you’re right, there are other agents out there who I think may be better for you ? )

1. Money laundering regulations: Intending purchasers will be asked to produce identification documentation at a later stage and we would ask for your co-operation in order that there will be no delay in agreeing the sale.
2. General: While we endeavour to make our sales particulars fair, accurate and reliable, they are only a general guide to the property and, accordingly, if there is any point which is of particular importance to you, please contact NewHome4U Ltd and we will be pleased to check the position for you, especially if you are contemplating travelling some distance to view the property.
3. Measurements: These approximate room sizes are only intended as general guidance. You must verify the dimensions carefully before ordering carpets or any built-in furniture.
4. Services: Please note we have not tested the services or any of the equipment or appliances in this property, accordingly we strongly advise prospective buyers to commission their own survey or service reports before finalising their offer to purchase.
5. Misrepresentation act 1967: These particulars are issued in good faith but do not constitute representations of fact or form part of any offer or contract. The matters referred to in these particulars should be independently verified by prospective buyers. Neither NEWHOME4U Ltd nor any of its employees or agents has any authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatever in relation to this property!
Unauthorised copy of these sales particulares or photographs will result in prosecution – please ask NEWHOME4U ltd for permission as we own the rights!

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Map & Nearby

Local Amenities

  • Buckley 0.7 miles
  • Penyffordd 1.7 miles
  • Mountain Lane C.P. School 0.4 miles
  • Westwood Community Primary School 0.5 miles

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Local Amenities

  • Buckley 0.7 miles
  • Penyffordd 1.7 miles
  • Mountain Lane C.P. School 0.4 miles
  • Westwood Community Primary School 0.5 miles

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Average estimated value for a house in CH7:

  • £164,653
  • Price increase

  • £11,258
  • (7.339%)
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Price history

Sold prices provided by Land Registry
24th Dec 2019 £179,995 First listed
10th Dec 2010 £110,000 Last sold

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