3 bedroom detached house for saleTretower, Crickhowell, Powys
Offers in Region of £475,000
- Substantial detached house circa 2300 sqft
- Beautiful mature and private gardens
- Potential to reconfigure first floor accommodation to provide additional bedroom
- Historic village location within Brecon Beacons National Park
A substantial and impressive modern detached house with some period character, designed initially as a 5 bed detached home however currently a spacious 3 bedroom detached house situated in an historic village in the heart of the Brecon Beacons National Park with gardens, outbuilding and Victorian Skittle Alley.
with window to the side aspect. Tiled floor. Fitted cupboards with work surface over. Belfast sink with mixer tap, plumbing for a washing machine and space for a tumble dryer with door to side allowing access to the arden.
First Floor Landing
First Floor Landing/Potential Bedroom 4 - Window to rear. A spacious landing with room for a sofa or alternatively can be used as a study area. The first floor accommodation was designed with larger bedrooms and bathrooms in mind rather than additional smaller rooms. If required, some of the landing could well be incorporated to provide further bedrooms/bathrooms. Doors to bedrooms and bathrooms. Access to loft.
Opaque glazed window to rear aspect with fully tiled corner shower with sliding doors, pedestal wash hand basin., Low-level W.C. , chrome heated towel rail, walls tiled to full height and a ceramic tiled floor.
A wonderfully spacious room being of an 'L' shaped room with dual aspect windows with views across the church towards the remains of the medieval castle, radiator, coved ceiling with double doors to
Spacious 'Jack and Jill' Bathro
This spacious bathroom can be accessed either via double doors from the master bedroom or a door from the landing. With opaque glazed window to rear. With suite comprising corner bath, low level W.C, bidet and wash hand basin., radiator, coved ceiling and carpet with some wall tiling.
a further spacious room with window to front aspect enjoys views across to the village church, an array of built-in wardobes of which two are glass fronted, cupboards and drawer units, coved ceiling, radiator and carpet.
with window to the rear aspect, coved ceiling, radiator and loft hatch.
LOWER GROUND FLOOR
Door to outside. Tiled floor. This space is divided into three storage areas being a wine store area with decorative exposed feature stone wall with recesses for bottle storatge along with a general purpose storage area. The main area houses the LPG gas fired boiler and all areas have light and power with ceramc tiled flooring. This area subject to the necessary permissions could well lend itself as an annex.
A beautiful and spacious wooden 'Amdega' conservatory which 'wraps' around the front of the house with two sets of timber framed double glazed French doors opening onto the private patio and gardens, and French doors to the family room/snug and door to entrance hall. Spectacular views towards Tretower castle and the countryside beyond can be enjoyed from the conservatory.
with window to the conservatory, carpet, carpeted staircase leading to first floor and further staircase to the lower ground floor.
with French doors with glazed side panels to conservatory, Minster fireplace with inset gas fire, radiator and coved cailing.
wonderful open planned accommodation with feature archway. This room enjoys tri-aspect windows, feature ceiling rose and coving, Minster fireplace with wood burning stove, two radiators with door to .
Kitchen/ Breakfast Room
window to the rear aspect. A comprehensively fitted kitchen with a range of solid wood fronted wall and base units with tiled work surfaces. Inset ceramic sink with mixer tap. Built in microwave oven and inset oven with electric hob. Tiled splash backs. Exposed timbers. Extractor fan. Spotlighting. Tiled floor. With door to .
The house is approached via double gates leading to a driveway with parking for several cars and bordered by mature trees. Lawned gardens lie to the front of the house adjoining the stone patio. A path leads to a private garden and to he Victorian skittle alley. To the rear of the house is a landscaped garden with mature plants and a water feature together with the workshop.
Workshop (former garage)
4.39m x 3.38m
With French uPVC double glazed doors to gable end and further pedestrian side access and window to side, concrete flooring, light and power and inspection pit. Subject to the necessary permissions this space would lend itself well as a potential home office or with some alterations to the rear garden area car access could well be reinstated to reuse this as a garage.
Victorian Skittle Alley
13.67m x 6.45m
Off set to the front left of the property is an original Victoria Alley which offers potential for conversion to a fitness suite.
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