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3 bedroom detached house for sale


Sold STC £189,000

Property Description

Key features

  • An attractive modernised 3-Bed detached cottage
  • Located within ½ mile of village amenities.
  • LPG gas central heating
  • Pvc double glazing
  • Kitchen/diner
  • Garden room
  • Mature landscaped gardens
  • Caravan port
  • Parking for numerous cars
  • Far distant views

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

A most charming and tastefully modernised 3-bed detached cottage with LPG CH, PVC DG, fine views, useful outbuildings and nice landscaped gardens, located within ½ mile of village amenities.

Rock Cottage, Rock Road, Crossgates, Llandrindod Wells, Powys, LD1 6RR

COMPRISING: - An attractive detached cottage dating from before 1800, built from brick walls with mainly rendered and whitewashed elevations and a slate roof. It has been tastefully refurbished, modernised and extended since 2000 to form a comfortable home with LPG gas central heating, wood burning stove, PVC double-glazing and it briefly provides: - Ground Floor - Garden Room, Hall, Study / Bedroom 3, Sitting Room, Kitchen / Diner and Bathroom; First Floor - Landing, 2 double Bedrooms and Cloakroom. The cottage is surrounded by mature landscaped gardens incorporating lawns, flower borders and orchard, parking for six cars and useful outbuildings to include a Caravan Port, Workshop, Garage, log stores, garden shed and greenhouse.

PRICE: - £189,000 Note - No forward chain.

VIEWING: - Strictly by appointment with the Sole Agents, Morgan & Co. Tel: DIRECTIONS: - From Llandrindod Wells take the A483 North (towards Newtown) for 3 miles to Crossgates. Carry straight on at the roundabout for ½ mile and turn right onto Rock Road. Rock Cottage is on the left after 200 yards. (Sale Board erected)

SITUATION: - Crossgates is a small village set at the intersection of the A483 (Manchester to Swansea) and A44 (Oxford to Aberystwyth) Trunk roads with a Primary School and Petrol Service Station (with a Nisa supermarket and café), and Penybont Railway Station is roughly 1¼ miles (Shrewsbury to Swansea line). Rock Cottage is set in a peaceful South facing location, with fine distant views to the Cambrian Mountains. It is found roughly 200 yards along a minor road from the A483, is surrounded by a neatly clipped hedges that give good privacy and a shared private tarmac lane gives access to the rear. The County Town of Llandrindod Wells is 4 miles and has a Tesco Superstore, Aldi and Cooperative Supermarkets, Secondary School, Cottage Hospital and varied employment opportunities. Excellent local leisure amenities (within a 12 mile radius) include three sports centres, two golf course, indoor and outdoor bowls, Theatre, Cinema, river and lake fishing. The market towns of Builth Wells, Knighton, Llanidloes and Newtown are approximately 12,16,22 and 23 miles distant with regular bus services. The City of Hereford and the coastal resort and University Town of Aberystwyth are both within an hours drive.

THE RESIDENCE: - An attractive detached house dating from before 1800 and built from brick walls with mainly rendered and whitewashed elevations, under a slate roof. Since 2000 it has been tastefully refurbished to include building a matching single-storey extensions at the front and rear, the former is a Garden Room and the latter a kitchen / diner. Further enhancements include the installation of a multi-fuel stove, LPG gas central heating, u-PVC double-glazing, fitting modern kitchen and bathroom suites, an additional cloakroom, re-slating the original roof, partial re-wiring, landscaping the garden and constructing new outbuildings. Rock Cottage is now a comfortable home with the following accommodation: -

GARDEN ROOM 8’ 5" x 6’ 11" ( 2.56 x 2.10 m )
Being half-glazed with door to front, engineered oak flooring, cloak hooks and glazed door to
INNER HALL - Having engineered oak flooring, pine open staircase to First Floor, radiator, two exposed beams and doors to Sitting Room and
BEDROOM 3 12’ 7" x 8’ 7" ( 3.84 x 2.63 m )
Having a radiator, engineered oak flooring, television aerial and exposed beams.
SITTING ROOM 12’ 9" x 9’ 9" ( 3.88 x 2.96 m )
Having a brick inglenook style fireplace fitted with a Stovax multi-fuel stove and light, together with a radiator, beamed ceiling, television aerial and door to
KITCHEN / DINER 17’ 10" x 13’ 6" ( 5.45 x 4.13 m )
Having a range of pine fronted cabinets incorporating six base cupboards, five wall cupboards, two glazed wall cupboards, two galleried units, inset stainless sink, larder and broom cupboards, and work tops with tiled surrounds. In addition there is plumbing for a washing machine, concealed cooker hood, space for a fridge / freezer, pine bookcase, tiled floor, three windows, half-glazed door to rear garden, Worcester 28CDi gas combi-boiler, radiator, television aerial, two ceiling lights, two wall lights and door to a small LOBBY that leads to the Bathroom.
BATHROOM - Having a white coloured suite incorporating a toilet, wash basin in a vanity unit and twin-grip panelled bath with a thermostatic shower and curtain over, together with tiled surrounds, radiator, electric wall heater and laminate flooring.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING - Being spacious with a radiator and window to the front.
BEDROOM 1 12’ 0" x 8’ 7" ( 3.65 x 2.62 m )
Having a radiator, window to front and large built-in wardrobe.
CLOAKROOM - having a toilet and hand basin (with Saniflo pump) and Velux roof light.
BEDROOM 2 9’ 11" x 10’ 8" ( 3.10 x 3.25 m )
Having double aspect windows, exposed main beams and a full width built-in wardrobe.

OUTSIDE - To the front there is a small lawned garden with a wrought iron gate to Rock road, grass verge and a native species hedge that continues around the side. A path with six steps leads down to a paved patio with a brick retaining wall. On the eastern side there is a slight raised garden with a dwarf wall, flower / vegetable border, rockery and level lawn. A shared tarmac lane runs down the side and a wooden 5-bar gate leads to the rear garden which has gravelled parking for three cars in tandem, gently sloping lawn, soft fruit garden (blackcurrant, gooseberry and rhubarb), three apple trees, plum trees, Laundry Shed (with plumbing for a washing machine), Garden Shed (9’ x 7’), Wood Store, Alummium Greenhouse (8’ x 4’), Caravan Port (21’ x 10’) and Workshop (13’ x 9’). On the other side of the tarmac lane there is hard cored parking for three cars, together with a timber framed Garage (16’ x 8’6" - with electric power point), Garden Shed (9’ x 7’) and Log Store. Note - All sizes approximate.

FIXTURES & FITTINGS - described in this brochure are included in the price. A cream coloured Leisure dual-fuel range cooker, fuel in store and certain other items are available subject to negotiation.
SERVICES - Mains electricity, water, drainage and telephone are connected. LPG gas central heating with leased bulk tank. Note: The Agents have not tested the installations. Photos taken with wide angle lens.
TENURE - Freehold with no forward chain.
LOCAL AUTHORITY - Powys County Council, County Hall, Llandrindod Wells, Powys LD1 5LG

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