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3 bedroom detached house for sale

Church House, Newbridge-On-Wye, Llandrindod Wells, Powys LD1 6HT

Sold STC £160,000

Property Description

Key features

  • refurbished detached stone cottage
  • 3 bedrooms
  • wealth of character features
  • 2 receptions
  • large conservatory
  • detached garage and parking for 6 cars
  • oil central heating
  • patio and level lawn
  • popular village location
  • fine distant views

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Church House, Newbridge-on-Wye, Llandrindod Wells, Powys LD1 6HT

COMPRISING: - An attractive 19th century detached cottage, built from stone walls under a slate roof, with a rendered flat roofed kitchen extension. It has been sympathetically refurbished, enlarged with a Conservatory, has oil central heating, partial double-glazing, modern kitchen and bathroom suites and briefly provides: - Ground Floor - Conservatory, Kitchen, Lounge / Dining Room and a single Bedroom; First Floor - Landing Study, two double Bedrooms and Bathroom. Outside there is a small walled forecourt, parking for more than six cars, Garage, level lawn and gravelled patio.

PRICE: - Offers Over 160,000 Note - No Forward Chain

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

DIRECTIONS: - From Llandrindod Wells take the A4081 and B4358 to Newbridge-on-Wye. On reaching the 30 mph zone Church House is on the left just after the Garage. Sale Board erected
From Builth Wells take the A470 North (towards Rhayader) for 5 miles to Newbridge-on-Wye. Go past the Church then turn right by the New Inn (for Llandrindod Wells) and Church House is on the right after 200 yards. Sale Board erected

SITUATION: - Newbridge-on-Wye is a picturesque small village that is bisected by the A470 Cardiff to Bangor Trunk road and set back from the River Wye. It has a Primary School, sub-Post Office, two public houses, Garage, Church, Chapel and Community Centre, surrounded by beautiful unspoilt countryside. Church House is located near the centre of the village, fronting onto a 'B' class road, with a delightful Southerly aspect to the rear and distant views from the main bedroom windows to the Cambrian Mountains. The County Town of Llandrindod Wells is 4 miles and the small market towns of Builth Wells and Rhayader are 5 miles and 8 miles distant respectively with a regular bus service. Together they provide a good range of shopping and business facilities (Tesco and Aldi), Secondary Schools, College of Further Education, Cottage Hospital and Railway Stations (Shrewsbury to Swansea Line). Excellent local leisure amenities include three sports centres, two golf courses, indoor and outdoor bowls, Cinema, Theatres, fishing on the River Wye and Elan Valley Dams. The market towns of Llanidloes, Brecon and Newtown are approximately 22, 26 and 31 miles distant, with Aberystwyth, Hereford and Abergavenny all around an hours drive.

THE RESIDENCE - A most attractive detached cottage, built in the 1800's from stone walls under a slate roof. A single-storey kitchen extension at the rear has rendered and whitewashed elevation and a flat felt roof, and a modern double-glazed conservatory has been built onto this section. The original part retains a fine panelled entrance door and exposed ceiling beams, and has been opened up to form a large L-shaped reception room with fireplaces at either end and a ground floor bedroom. The house has oil fired central heating, modern kitchen and bathroom suites, a couple of wood-grained u-PVC double-glazed windows (at the rear) and it provides the following charming accommodation: -

GROUND FLOOR
CONSERVATORY 11' 1" x 6' 10" ( 3.38 x 2.08 m )
A lean-to u-PVC double-glazed model with dwarf walls, polycarbonate roof, vertical blinds, tiled floor, a pair of wall lights, three double power points and open plan to
KITCHEN 14' 0" x 7' 5" ( 4.26 x 2.26 m )
Having a range of white cabinets incorporating ten base cupboards, two wall cupboards, two glazed dresser cupboards, inset stainless steel sink, work tops with tiled surrounds, chimney cooker hood and fridge housing. In addition there is an electric cooker point, plumbing for a washing machine and dishwasher, two spot light bars, tiled floor and door to
LOUNGE 17' 4" x 11' 4" ( 5.29 x 3.47 m )
Having an attractive stone inglenook fireplace with a flagstone hearth and bread oven, beamed ceiling, three radiators, two windows to the front, small under stairs cupboard, two pairs of wall lights, television point open staircase to first floor, door to Bedroom 1 and open plan to
DINING ROOM 11' 4" x 11' 4" ( 3.46 x 3.45 m )
Having a stone inglenook fireplace with a flagstone hearth and bread oven, beamed ceiling, two wall lights, window to front, serving hatch and door to the forecourt.
BEDROOM 1 (rear) 10' 9" x 5' 6" ( 3.27 x 1.68 m )
Having a radiator, two windows to rear (one PVC double-glazed) and built-in boiler cupboard / wardrobe (with a Worcester Danesmoor oil-fired boiler).

FIRST FLOOR ( Note - Partially sloping ceilings - about 5' 7" or 1.70 m eaves height )
LANDING STUDY - having a window, Velux roof light, radiator and airing cupboard (with electric immersion heater).
BEDROOM 2 (front) 11' 5" x 9' 9" average ( 3.49 x 3.00 m average )
Having a radiator, low-level window, Velux roof light, television point and built-in double wardrobe.
BEDROOM 3 (front) 11' 6" x 11' 4" ( 3.51 x 3.47 m )
Having a radiator, low-level window, Velux roof light and access to loft.
BATHROOM - having a white suite incorporating a toilet, pedestal washbasin and slightly elevated panelled bath with an electric shower and glazed screen over, together with fully tiled walls, radiator, shaver point, mirror fronted toiletries cabinet, small window and Velux roof light.

GARAGE 19' 6" x 9' 6" ( 5.94 x 2.90 m )
A section timber structure with a felt lined corrugated steel roof, double doors, two windows, florescent light, pendant light, double power point and outside light.

GARDENS - Church House is set behind a dwarf wall with a wrought iron gate and small gravelled forecourt with original boot scrapers. A recessed wooden 5-bar gate on the Western side give access to a large gravelled parking and turning area that leads to the garage and gives space for more than six cars for a party. In addition there is a gravelled patio, a water tap, a level lawn that runs around Southern and Eastern sides, mixed shrubs, wooden fencing and a PVC Oil Tank.

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 price. The fitted carpets, curtains, an electric cooker and certain other items are available subject to negotiation.
TENURE - The property is freehold with vacant possession upon completion.
Note - No forward chain.
LOCAL AUTHORITY - Powys County Council, County Hall, Llandrindod Wells, Powys, LD1 5LG Tel: (01597) 826000 COUNCIL TAX Band D

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