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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Newbridge-On-Wye, Llandrindod Wells


Property Description

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Charming detached Georgian residence retaining a wealth of character and with substantial flexible accommodation with 4 reception rooms and which could offer up to 5/6 bedrooms with some re-configuration. The property is located in the pleasant village of Newbridge on Wye and is complemented by an enclosed rear garden and ample off road parking. Viewing is recommended to appreciate all that the property has to offer. EER 'E' (45).

GROUND FLOOR: Entrance Hall * Study * Reception Room 1 * Reception Room 2 *
* Reception Room 3 (Lounge) * Rear Hallway * Cloakroom with WC *
FIRST FLOOR: Dining Room * Sitting Room * Kitchen * Three Bedrooms * Further Study/Bedroom Area *

History And Situation - Dating from the 18th Century, this attractive property was previously a Drovers Inn and has welcomed many people over its interesting lifetime. The current owners bought the property for its space and ability to be used as a Workshop and Gallery. They subsequently transferred their business to a nearby town and have since used the house and garden as a beautiful family residence.

The substantial property offers much scope for further reconfiguration and remodelling and benefits from two front doors, a rear door, a side door and two staircases.

The property is accessed off a 'B' class road and has views over the village and of the Upper Wye Valley.

Accommodation Comprises -

Entrance Hall - Single glazed external door; part pine panelled walls; flagstone floor. Half glazed door to

Study - 3.1 x 2.8 (10'2" x 9'2") - Feature fireplace with painted wood surround and having exposed stonework. Part original pine panelled walls; flagstone floor. Sash window overlooking rear garden. Open doorway to:

Open-Plan Reception Rooms: -

Reception Room 1 - 4.8 x 3 (15'8" x 9'10") - Currently used as a workshop and having attractive flagstone and cobbled floor; original fireplace with black lead range having oven and hot water pot boiler with open firegrate and attractive wood surround. Exposed beams. Glazed door to front, two windows to front and one sash window to side. Open to:

Reception Room 2 - 4.5 x 3.2 (14'9" x 10'5") - Exposed floorboards with trap door access to Cellar. Internal window with exposed lintel; window to front. Door to:

Reception Room 3 (Lounge) - 4.9 x 4.9 plus 2.9 x 2.2 (16'0" x 16'0" plus 9'6" - Exposed ceiling beams, joists and wall timbers; exposed brickwork and having open firegrate. Fitted shelving unit and fitted unit with cupboards. Radiator. Two windows and glazed entrance door to front. Spotlights.
Door to:

Internal Store Room - 2.1 x 1.8 (6'10" x 5'10") - Extensive shelving to all walls. Flagstone flooring.

Fromm Reception Room 3 (Lounge) a secondary wrought-iron spiral staircase with wood treads rise to the FIRST FLOOR.

From Reception Room 2 an original pine door provides access to the:

Kitchen: - 3.3 x 2.8 (10'9" x 9'2") - Single drainer sink unit with double cupboard under, additional cupboards, shelving unit, open shelves and further wall unit having cupboards and drawers. Space under worktop for fridge. Strip fluorescent lighting; fitted carpet; window overlooking rear garden. Door to:

Rear Entrance Lobby - Freestanding boiler with Airing Cupboards around; space in alcove for tall fridge freezer; open shelving. Extrernal door to Covered Rear Area with handy Woodstore. Sliding door to:

Cloakroom/Laundry - Low level wc suite; pedestal wash hand basin, solid wood base and wall cabinet; space and plumbing for washing machine. Part tiled walls; radiator; vinyl flooring. Window to side.

From Entrance Hall a stairs with fitted carpet and handrail rises to the FIRST FLOOR.

First Floor -

Dining Room - 5 x 3.7 (16'4" x 12'1") - Exposed stone walls and wall timbers around chimney breast; fitted carpet; radiator. Windows to front and side.

Sitting Room - 4.5 x 2.8 (14'9" x 9'2") - Fireplace with tiled hearth and backplate having wood surround and currently fitted with electric fire. Fitted shelving in alcove; radiator; wall lights; fitted carpet. Windows to side and rear.

Inner Hallway - Fitted carpet. Doors to:

Kitchen - 3.3 x 2.9 (10'9" x 9'6") - Range of base, wall and shelving units with worktops and tiled splashbacks over. Tall larder cupboard. Inlaid 1.5 bowl singe drainer sink; slot-in electric double oven with grill with ceramic hob and extractor fan over. Space and plumbing for dishwasher; extractor fan; radiator; tile-effect linoleum floor. Window to rear.

Bedroom 1 - 3.3 x 2.9 (10'9" x 9'6") - Fitted carpet; radiator; window to front.

Galleried First Floor Study Area - At the top of the wrought-iron staircase which rises from the Lounge is a Galleried Study/Bedroom Area having vaulted ceiling with exposed ceiling and wall timbers; spotlight; fitted carpet; radiator. Access hatch to loft. Window to rear.

Bedroom 2 (Main) - 3.65 x 3.35 (11'11" x 10'11") - Exposed stone wall; exposed ceiling timber; radiator; fitted carpet. Window to front.

Bedroom 3 - 3.15 x 2.4 (10'4" x 7'10") - Exposed wall timbers and ceiling timbers; radiator; fitted carpet. Access hatch to loft space. Window to front.

Shower Room - Fully tiled and enclosed shower unit with electric shower heater; cupboard; fitted carpet; mirrored cabinet; window to rear. Airing Cupboard with jacketed hot water cylinder and batten shelving around. Doorway with louvre doors to:

Bathroom - Low level wc suite; pedestal wash hand basin; bidet; panelled bath. Fully tiled walls; mirrored wall cabinet; wall mounted fan heater; fitted carpet. Window to side.

Outside - The car parking area at the side of the property, accessed off the B4358, has ample space and leads to the side door and also to the enclosed rear garden which is most attractive with a small lawn, well stocked flower beds and borders, herbaceous flowering shrubs and patio areas. A Garden Shed (8' x 9') abuts the garden fence and a Log Store is located close to the rear door.
On the Southern side of the property a shared access runs to a small gravelled area where a screened oil tank is located.

Local Area - Newbridge on Wye is a popular village in mid Powys, Wales. It lies, as its name suggests, on the River Wye, around 7 miles downstream from the attractive tourist and market town of Rhayader. The main road passing through the village is the A470, running from Rhayader to the north and to Builth Wells to the south. The B4358 also passes through the village and runs from Beulah in the west through to Llandrindod Wells in the east (some 3 miles distant). The nearest Railway Station is at Llandrindod Wells, on the Heart of Wales line.

Newbridge is a lovely community and benefits from a two public houses, a post office and general store, a church and a primary school.

Local Authority - Powys County Council. Tel No: 01597 826000

Viewing Arrangements - Viewing are strictly through the Agents, Clare Evans & Co tel 01597 810457

Services - Mains electricity, water and drainage. Oil fired central heating.

Pma Reference - 1016925116

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.

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Added on Rightmove:
26 November 2016

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