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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Old School House, Llanddewi, Llandrindod Wells, Powys LD1 6SE

Sold STC £235,000

Property Description

Key features

  • spacious individually designed house
  • 4 bedrooms
  • 2 receptions
  • 3 bathrooms
  • large kitchen
  • ample parking
  • small village location
  • fine distant views
  • oil central heating
  • level garden

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

An individually designed, luxury 4-bed, 3-bath, detached house, with 2 receptions,large kitchen, ample parking, level garden and fine distant views, set in a small village.

Old School House

Llanddewi, Llandrindod Wells, Powys LD1 6SE

COMPRISING: - A most attractive detached house built in 2004 from a highly insulated timber frame, with brick elevations and slate roofs. It has oil-fired central heating, double-glazing, Surveyor's Construction Certificate and briefly comprises: - Ground Floor - Entrance Hall, Shower Room, Lounge, Dining Room, Kitchen / Breakfast Room, Utility Room and Rear Hall; First Floor - Landing, three double Bedrooms (one with en-suite Shower Room), one single Bedroom and a family Bathroom, together with a large enclosed parking area (with Planning Consent for a Garage) and a nicely landscaped level rear garden.

PRICE: - £235,000 ( Note - No Forward Chain )

VIEWING: - Strictly by appointment with the Sole Agents Morgan & Co. Tel. (01597) 825682

DIRECTIONS: - From Llandrindod Wells take the A483 North (towards Newtown) via Crossgates to Llanddewi (6 miles). Turn right at the first entrance to the village and turn left after 100 yards (opposite the Community Centre). Old School House is the first house on the right and is approached through a pair of wooden gates (sign posted).
From Newtown - take the A483 South (towards Llandrindod Wells) for 20 miles, via Llanbadarn Fynnydd and Llanbister, then take the second entrance to Llanddewi and continue as above.

SITUATION ( O.S. Grid Ref. SO 108 686 - Explorer 200 or Landranger 148 )

Llanddewi is an historic small village located in the Ithon Valley with a Church, Community Centre and less than 50 dwellings. Since the construction of the A483 by-pass the village has little through traffic. As its name implies, this property was built on the site of the former school and the former play ground gives ample parking. The house has a pleasant Westerly aspect to the rear garden and distant views across the Ithon Valley to the Cambrian Mountains.

The village of Crossgates (3 miles) has a primary school (with a bus service), public house, shop / sub-post office, petrol service station (with a grocery shop and café) and a railway station (Shrewsbury to Swansea line).
The County Town of Llandrindod Wells (6 miles) has a comprehensive range of shopping and business amenities, successful secondary school, College of Further Education, cottage hospital etc. The area is renowned for its outstanding natural beauty and has good leisure amenities to include sports centres, golf courses, cinema, theatre, etc. The market towns of Rhayader, Builth Wells, Knighton and Newtown are approximately 11, 13, 14, and 20 miles distant respectively, with the coastal resort of Aberystwyth and City of Hereford both about an hours drive


An individually designed, T-shaped detached house, built to a high specification in 2004 from a highly insulated timber frame with attractive brick elevations and a intricate slate roof with pitched dormer windows. It has oil-fired central heating, double-glazing and provides the following spacious accommodation: -


ENTRANCE HALL - having a hardwood half-glazed door with stained glass details, large window, oak flooring, radiator, glazed door to Lounge and white panelled doors to the Kitchen and

SHOWER ROOM - having a white suite incorporating a pedestal wash basin, toilet, over-sized glazed shower cubicle with an electric shower, together with tiled surrounds, mirror, shaver light and radiator.

LOUNGE 18' 3" x 17' 4" ( 5.57 x 5.28 m )
Having an oak central beam, an electric flicker-flame fire, double aspect windows, two radiators, television and telephone points and glazed double doors to

DINING ROOM 18' 0" x 17' 4" ( 5.57 x 5.28 m )
Having an oak beam, two radiators, window to side, double-glazed French doors to the rear garden and glazed door to

REAR HALL - having oak flooring, radiator, cloak hooks, staircase to first floor, half-glazed door to rear garden and doors to Kitchen and

UTILITY ROOM - being L-shaped and having an inset stainless steel sink, two base cupboards, six wall cupboards, broom cupboard, plumbing for a washing machine and dishwasher, space for freezer and tumble drier, radiator, tiled walls and door to

KITCHEN / BREAKFAST ROOM 17' 3" x 16' 0" average ( 5.27 x 4.85 m ) average
Having a range of oak effect cabinets incorporating fourteen base cupboards, nine wall cupboards, two glazed wall cupboards, two galleried units, inset stainless steel sink, work tops with tiled surrounds, Rangemaster dual-fuel range cooker and chimney cooker hood. In addition there is pine panelling to dado level, Worcester Greenslave oil-fired boiler, thirteen halogen down-lighters, pelmet lighting, television and telephone points, window to front and double-glazed French doors to the rear garden.


LANDING - having a large Velux roof light, radiator, access to loft and door to under eaves storage cupboard.

MASTER BEDROOM 18' 0" x 12' 9" ( 5.50 x 3.89 m )
Having a partially sloping ceiling, windows to West and South, radiator, television point and door to
EN - SUITE SHOWER ROOM - Having a white suite incorporating a toilet, pedestal wash basin and shower cubicle with an electric shower and glazed door. together with tiled walls, radiator, mirror and shaver point.

BEDROOM 2 18' 3" x 13' 6" ( 5.58 x 4.13 m )
Having a partially sloping ceiling, windows to East and South, radiator, telephone point and a fitted bedroom suite with pear wood finish incorporating eight wardrobes, five-drawer chest and a dressing table.

BEDROOM 3 12' 2" x 8' 1" ( 3.70 x 2.47 m )
Presently used as a Study and having a radiator, telephone points, book shelf and window to East.

BEDROOM 4 12' 2" x 8' 9" ( 3.72 x 2.68 m )
Having a radiator and window to West.

BATHROOM - Having a white suite incorporating a toilet, pedestal wash basin and twin-grip panelled bath with a thermostatic shower and concertina glazed screen over, together with fully tiled walls, heated ladder towel rail, Velux roof light, mirror, shaver light, and built-in linen cupboard.


The property is approached through a pair of wooden gates to a large tarmac parking and turning area, with flower borders and wooden fencing.
At the rear there is a paved patio with a light and power point, gravelled patio areas, a level lawn, well stocked flower borders, mixed shrubs, a water feature, Potting Shed (10' x 6'), PVC Oil Tank and a Gas Bottle Store.

SERVICES - Mains electricity, water, drainage and telephone are connected. Oil-fired central heating.
(Note: The Agents have not tested the installations)

FIXTURES & FITTINGS - as described in this brochure are included in the sale price. The fitted carpets, curtains, and certain other items are available subject to negotiation.

TENURE - The property is freehold with vacant possession upon completion.
Note - No forward chain.


Powys County Council, County Hall, Llandrindod Wells, Powys, LD1 5LG Tel: (01597) 826000

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