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Spring Gardens,, Llanwrthwl, Upper Wye Valley,   Price 275,000For Sale

3 Bedroom, House - Detached

About this property

NEW! Delightful THREE BEDROOM STONE COTTAGE full of charm and character and having a detached TWO STOREY OUTBUILDING and lovely gardens to front and rear. The property is located in the peaceful village of Llanwrthwl on the banks of the River Wye, near the beautiful landscapes of the Elan Valley with its dams and reservoirs, and close to the popular tourist and market towns of Rhayader and Builth Wells.

* Entrance Porch * Open Plan Kitchen/Dining Room * Lounge * Three Bedrooms * Bathroom * Double Glazing * LPG Central Heating * Outbuilding * Gardens * Council Tax Band 'E' * EPC Rating 'F' (24) *

Features
ACCOMMODATION comprises:

Entrance Porch

Half glazed solid wood entrance door; painted wood clad sides; exposed stonework; solid oak floor with inset coir brush floor mat; window to side. Half glazed door to:

Open Plan Kitchen/Dining Room

Spacious room with double aspect provided by two windows to the front and one window and half glazed external door to the rear. Solid oak flooring throughout.

Kitchen Area:

Range of matching base units with solid beech work tops and tiled splashbacks over and designed to incorporate a quasi-breakfast bar arrangement. Open shelving; single ceramic sink with mixer tap; space under worktop for dishwasher; slot-in electric oven with grill; hob with five heat areas and large extractor fan over. Excellent range of additional matching wall and tall cupboards partly along one wall. Painted beams; recessed lighting.

Dining Area:

Painted wood clad wall; attractive fireplace with multifuel stove set on a slate hearth. Painted beam; recessed lighting; radiator.

Lounge

Multifuel stove set on a quarry tiled hearth and with exposed stonework behind. Part pine panelled walls; exposed painted beams; two windows to front and one to rear give double aspect; wall lights; fitted carpet; radiator.

FIRST FLOOR

From the Lounge a staircase with fitted carpet and balustrade leads to the FIRST FLOOR.

Landing

Exposed beams; radiator; fitted carpet; window to rear. Doors to:

Bedroom 1

Exposed purlins; painted pine clad ceiling; fitted carpet; radiator; window to front. Fitted wardrobes with shelving and hanging rail with cupboards above.

Bedroom 2

Exposed purlins and floorboards; pine panelled ceiling; part painted pine panelled walls. Built-in cupboards with louvre doors; access hatch to roof space; radiator; window to front overlooking gardens.

Bedroom 3

Exposed painted purlins; Velux roof window; built-in wardrobe with louvre doors. Fitted carpet; radiator; window to rear with views over the garden and to open fields.

Bathroom

Painted purlin; engineered oak floor; radiator; Velux roof window; painted pine clad walls; airing cupboard with factory insulated hot water cylinder and with batten shelving over. Panelled bath with shower over complete with rail and curtain; low level WC suite; pedestal wash hand basin with mixer tap and having mirror and shaver point over. Further built-in cupboard and open shelving.

Outside

The property is accessed from the Council maintained road that passes through the village of Llanwrthwl. There is a gravelled parking area with space for two vehicles. Two wicket gates give access to the property and a path extends around the property.

The front gardens are laid mainly to lawn and there are delightful flower beds and borders well stocked with perennials, flowering shrubs and plants. A raised bed provides an excellent opportunity for growing your own vegetables.

To the rear of the property is an area also ideal for alfresco dining being just outside the rear door from the Kitchen. To the side of the property there is a Lean-to Greenhouse and a very practical Log Store as well as a wooden Garden Shed ideal for storing garden equipment.

OUTBUILDING

To the side of the property is a detached building which is currently used as a Pottery with storage over and an adjoining two storey stone Barn/Workshop. This building would be ideal for conversion to a number of uses subject to gaining the necessary planning consents.

Pottery:

A super block built extension to the original stone barn having two windows and solid pine French doors opening on to the front garden. Belfast sink with mains cold water tap and hot water heater over. Fluorescent light. Light and power connected.

Workshop:

The ground floor (currently housing the kilns used by the potter) has a concrete floor, exposed stone walls and fluorescent light. There are two windows overlooking the front garden along with a double wood entrance door. An open tread staircase leads to the FIRST FLOOR where there is a boarded floor; fluorescent light; two Velux roof windows to the rear and a window to the side.

Local Area

The property is located in the pleasant and peaceful village of Llanwrthwl, which lies across the River Wye from the A470 road between Rhayader and Builth Wells. The village has a Church, a Chapel and a well looked after village hall. A nearby Service Station offers fuel sales and has a well stocked supermarket and cafe.

Llanwrthwl is conveniently located to the tourist and market town of Rhayader (www.rhayader.co.uk) some 5 miles north with its primary school, well equipped leisure centre, doctor’s surgery, pharmacist, butchers, grocers, delicatessen as well as many public houses and inns.

Llandrindod Wells (www.llandrindod.co.uk), the administrative centre of Powys is approximately 8 miles distant and offers supermarkets, primary and secondary school, other shops as well as a railway station on the Heart of Wales line. Bulith Wells another popular market town lies some 10 miles to the south.

The upper Wye Valley is renowned for its wonderful scenery, flora and fauna and opportunities abound for walking, cycling, fishing, bird-watching and many other activities. The famous Elan Valley (www.elanvalley.org.uk) often referred to as 'the Lakeland of Wales' is some 4 miles from Llanwrthwl.

Schools

Pupils are eligible for free transport to Rhayader Primary School.

Local Authority

Powys County Council. Tel No: 01597 826000 www.powys.gov.uk

Council Tax

We are advised that the property is in Band E.

Services

Mains electricity, water and drainage. LPG Central Heating.

Viewing Arrangements

Viewing are strictly through the Sole Agents, Clare Evans & Co tel 01597 810457 sales@clareevansandco.co.uk

Clare Evans & Co

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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.

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.

PMA Reference

1506925517

Location

Llanwrthwl, Upper Wye Valley, Powys, LD1 6NU


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