Ralph reviews a semi detached house in Milton Green
Well hasn’t it been glorious weather over the last week or so. I decided to work al fresco this week and had quite the time dipping my toes in my pug paddling pool to keep cool. Mum also insisted that I sit in the shade so that I didn’t overheat, and very pleasant it was too, catching the occasional breeze under the shade of our monkey puzzle tree whist delegating tasks to dad and the rest of the team – well, why have a human and bark yourself!
Early one morning before the heat caused the humans to wilt (they are not made of as stern stuff as us pugs), dad and I set off to Milton Green to investigate the charms of a semi-detached home situated in Milton Green. As we pulled the car onto a very neat brick paved driveway I commented on the fact that there was ample space for a number of cars to park, quite an advantage in this day and age.
I hopped down from the car and trotted merrily over to the front door. Beyond I entered the cool tranquillity of a hallway where I spotted the stairs to the first floor and a handy little understairs cloakroom – perfect to store all my cleaning paraphernalia – I am a very neat and tidy little pug – my mum has trained me well!
I took a door to my left and was delighted to find myself in a spacious, bright and thoroughly appealing sitting room – sun filtered in from windows positioned at both ends of the room and I especially coveted the bay window which gave a fantastic vantage point from which to survey the comings and goings at the front of the house – no postman, delivery driver or pizza delivery person would get past me!!
My next stop was the kitchen which proved to be a good size but with everything positioned to be conveniently close to hand (or paw). Personally, I have to say that I am a big fan of a kitchen that is practically designed. Otherwise my poor little legs get tired out trotting here there and everywhere for my utensils and ingredients when I am on family dinner duty. Although to be honest I am not often entrusted with this task as mum says I do far too much taste testing along the way…
With a wry smile on my face I headed back into the hallway and bounded up the stairs to the upper storey. There I found two lovely cottage style bedrooms and a family bathroom.
Without giving myself time to pause and be tempted into a cheeky morning snooze, I headed back downstairs ready to investigate the outside space. Having already seen the brick paved area at the front I headed down a driveway at the side of the property (which dad informed me is shared with next door) and discovered a very handy single garage before making my way to the back garden. What a neatly kept space – I admired the perfectly mowed lawn and contemplated how a few rounds of “catch” would create my trademark skid marks across the lawn – I glanced at dad and he must have read my mind because he sternly shook his head whilst emitting a firm “No!”. Never mind, I would save that one up for when I got home, in the meantime I walked sedately over the lawn whilst admiring the beautiful views over open fields at the back of the garden.
As I prepared to leave 3 Cambrian Villas I reflected on its many charms and versatility – this is a property that really would be perfect for people in all sorts of circumstances – a single person, a couple or a young family would all be equally suited to life in this lovely home. If you would like to arrange a viewing of 3 Cambrian Villas please get in touch with myself or one of my team on 01244 322322 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Until next time
Love Ralph X