Penybont Coach House, , Llanidloes,   Price 185,000For Sale

1 Bedroom, House - Detached

About this property

Well maintained and beautifully presented Grade II listed period stone property with good sized rooms and located in the heart of a rural village. The property benefits from off road parking, a garage and has a small garden area to the side. It's most treasured feature is the studio however - a light, bright and airy room with windows to the side and rear which provide super views of the Upper Wye Valley and the glorious countryside that mid Wales has to offer. Viewing is highly recommended.

GROUND FLOOR: * Entrance Hall * Kitchen/Dining Room * Study/Snug * Bathroom * Garage/Utility *
FIRST FLOOR: * Lounge * Bedroom * Studio *
OUTSIDE: * Off road parking * Small Garden Area *

Agent's Remarks

The placing of Penybont Coach House on the open market offers prospective purchasers the opportunity to acquire a well maintained and beautifully presented property with good sized rooms and lovely views of the upper Wye Valley, located in the heart of a rural village. The property benefits from off road parking, a garage and has a small garden area to the side. It's most treasured feature is the studio however - a light, bright and airy room with windows to the side and rear which provide super views of the glorious countryside that mid Wales has to offer.

Dating from the 1800s the property was formerly a coach house and has been lovingly restored by the current owner to provide a comfortable home. Viewing is highly recommended.


Inset half-glazed solid wood entrance door. External light.

Entrance Hall

Wall lights, slate tiled floor, pine doors to:

Kitchen/Dining Room

Excellent range of matching base and wall units with worktops and tiled splashbacks over and incorporating a 1.5 bowl single drainer inlaid sink. Feature inglenook with brick pillars and oak lintel over with slot-in electric double oven having ceramic hob and extractor fan under. Undercounter fridge. Exposed ceiling joists. Recessed lights and wall lights. Slate tiled floor. Windows to front and to rear. Internal door to Garage/Utility.

Study / Snug

To the left of the Entrance Hall is the Study/Snug having slate tiled floor, radiator and balustraded staircase with fitted carpet to the First Floor. Windows to front, side and rear give a super triple aspect.


Fitted cupboards incorporating a vanity unit with wash hand basin, mixer tap, mirror and lighting. Low level wc suite. 'Sit down bath' with mixer tap and chrome rise and fall rail with shower over. Majority tiled walls. Extractor fan. Slate tiled floor, recessed lights, window to rear.

A built-in Airing Cupboard houses an electric boiler.



Vaulted ceiling with exposed 'A' frame and purlins. Double aspect provided by two windows to front and one to side. Wood burning stove set on a slate hearth. Pendant lighting. Fitted carpet. Radiator. Door to:


Vaulted ceiling with exposed purlins. Fitted carpet. Radiator. Window to front. Glazed double doors to:


Fantastic space with vaulted ceiling, fitted carpet and radiator. Spotlighting. Extensive glazing to the western elevation and two velux windows to the rear (with built-in blinds and insect screen) offer superb views over the village, church and along the upper reaches of the River Wye towards the Cambrian Mountains.


Block built garage with double wood doors to front, concrete floor and with light, power and water connected. Washing machine, tumble drier and freezer. Fluorescent strip lighting. UPVC windows to side and to rear with pleasant views.


The property is approached from the Council maintained highway and over a private area, once used as a 'carriage yard', to the Garage. A car can also be parked in font of the property. To the north western end of the property there is a small enclosed garden area.

Local Area

Llangurig is a pleasant village, the first on the River Wye, and has a post office, shop, craft centre with tea rooms, two public houses with rooms, two chapels and church and a busy community centre. The property is located in the heart of the village which has a lovely community spirit.

Llangurig is ideally located close to the popular market towns of Llanidloes ( 5 miles away and Rhayader ( and the stunning scenery of the Elan Valley Lakes and Reservoirs ( is nine miles away. The university town and West Wales coast at Aberystwyth is a forty minute drive.

Llanidloes is a very popular tourist and market town renowned for its friendliness and hospitality as well as for the wonderful attractions and scenery in which it is located. These include the Clywedog Reservoir and the Hafren Forest. Llanidloes has a primary school and a secondary school with well a equipped leisure centre. It has a doctors surgery, a dispensing pharmacy and local independent shops which include butchers, grocers, bakers, fish delicatessen, supermarket, toy shop, cafes, restaurants, public houses and inns. Wider shopping facilities are available in Newtown some 14 miles north of Llanidloes.

Rhayader is a popular market town and has a good range of local facilities such as supermarkets, butcher, grocer, delicatessen, chemist, doctor’s surgery, primary school and well equipped leisure centre with two squash courts, gym, swimming pool and jacuzzi.

The nearest train station to the property is 13.5 miles distant at Caersws from where there are regular connections to Aberystwyth, Shrewsbury, Birmingham and on to London and beyond. The nearest railway station, on the Heart of Wales line, is located at Llandrindod Wells. Excellent road links are afforded by the main north-south road A470, and the east-west A44


Mains electricity, water and drainage.

Local Authority

Powys County Council. Tel No: 01597 826000

Council Tax

We are advised that the property is in Council Tax Band 'D'.

Viewing Arrangements

Viewings are strictly through the Sole Agents, Clare Evans & Co tel 01597 810457

Anti-Money Laundering

We will require evidence of your ability to proceed with the purchase upon your offer being accepted by the vendor. The successful purchaser will be required to produce adequate identification to prove their identity within the terms of the Money Laundering Regulations (MLR 2017 which came in to force in June 2017). Appropriate examples include Passport and/or Photographic Driving Licence and a recent utility bill.

The Property Ombudsman

Clare Evans & Co is a member of The Property Ombudsman Estate Agents Scheme and therefore adhere to their Code of Practice. A copy of the Code of Practice is available in the office and on request. Clare Evans & Co's complaints procedure is also available on request.

Important Notice

These particulars are offered on the understanding that all negotiations are conducted through this company. Neither these particulars, nor oral representations, form part of any offer or contract and their accuracy cannot be guaranteed. Any floor plan provided is for representation purposes only, as defined by the RICS Code of Measuring Practice and whilst every attempt has been made to ensure their accuracy the measurements of windows, doors and rooms are approximate and should be used as such by prospective purchasers. Any services, systems and appliances mentioned have not been tested by us and we cannot verify that they are in working order. All photographs remain the copyright of Clare Evans & Co.

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, Llanidloes, Powys, SY18 6SG

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