This well-presented terraced cottage is set along the main street in Higher Kinnerton, close to the Roman City of Chester, yet within driving distance to the Welsh coastal towns of Llandudno and Colwyn Bay.
Entry is gained through a small porch leading into the sitting room, which plays host to a charming feature fireplace and a pull-out sofa bed.
Enjoy this space for your down time in the evenings, either watching your favourite TV programmes or chatting about the day's events.
An off-white, neutral finish welcomes you with a light-hearted feel.
Head on through to the kitchen at the rear, where granite worktops and integrated units present a smooth finish.
Wooden floors sweep as far as the dining table, which is on hand to enjoy your meals at.
Careful as you creep up the staircase to the first floor; a couple of steps lead to the bedrooms off a large landing.
And a contemporary bathroom suite is polished to a high standard with underfloor heating and tiled walls.
Outside you can enjoy picnics on the lawn in the warmer weather, or stroll into the village to find a convenience store and a couple of pubs to satisfy your thirst for a chilled beverage.
Explore the beautiful City of Chester and its Roman Walls, take a gentle stroll along the River Dee or visit Chester Zoo.
The Snowdonia National Park can be easily reached for those who wish to climb Snowdon Mountain, take on Zip World, or explore the history of the North Wales slate industry.
Colwyn Bay and Llandudno offer the Great Orme Tramway, Punch and Judy on the prom and a Victorian-style afternoon tea.
With plenty to see and do in the area, this lovely terrace can offer your family and friends a memorable trip to North Wales.