3 bedroom semi-detached house for saleNEW RADNOR, New Radnor, Powys
- Former School Masters House
- Charming period features
- Two reception rooms
- Three bedrooms
- Private rear garden
- Edge of village location
A delightful, three bedroom Victorian semi detached former school masters house. It has charming features and is located at the edge of a popular village surrounded by the beautiful Radnor Hills. The property has light and spacious accommodation with views onto the open countryside and has a brook running across the front.
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Introduction - A semi detached former school masters house with charming features and is located at the edge of a popular village surrounded by countryside and a brook running across the front. The accommodation comprises: entrance porch, hall, living room, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, ground floor bathroom, three bedrooms, a shower room and detached garage. The property has uPVC windows to the rear and has oil fired heating.
Property Description - Built in 1870, the property has some charming features such as the original front door, exposed stone walls, deep window sills, timber doors throughout, period windows with secondary glazing to the front and side. The front porch opens into the hall with the stairs rising to the first floor and doors leading off to the dining room and living room. The dining room is a wonderfully light room with dual aspect and a feature fireplace. The living room is cosy room with a feature fireplace with stone surround and inset multifuel burning stove, built in storage and under stairs cupboard. The second door leads into a rear lobby, with door into the traditional pantry with a slate slab, another door leads off into the kitchen/breakfast room which is fitted with a range of cream units, exposed stone walls, a Rayburn and space for appliances. The kitchen/breakfast room enjoys views onto the garden and has a door leading out to the side patio. Off the lobby there is a door into the ground floor bathroom which is fitted with a cream three piece suite including a shower over the bath.
On the first floor, there are two bedrooms to the front which are both light and spacious with a built in cupboard and look out onto the surrounding countryside. The third bedroom is to the rear of the property and over looks the garden with a further door leading into the the shower room which is fitted with a white suite and a spacious shower cubicle and has an airing cupboard housing the water tanks.
Gardens & Parking - To the front of the property there is a footbridge that leads over the brook and to the front door. To the rear there is a timber shed, the detached garage and a stone outbuilding that was once the privy and is now used as a log store. There is a patio area off the kitchen with a path leading up the centre of the garden with area of lawn, mature shrubs and plants and to the end a vegetable patch. The garden is bordered by a mature hedge creating a very private rear garden. At the end of the garden there is a pedestrian gate which leads onto a path that leads back onto to the road. The property has on street parking.
Services - Mains water, electricity and drainage are connected. The property has oil fired central heating and hot water.
Powys County Council Tax Band E
Garage - 3.96 x 4.47 (13'0" x 14'8") - A detached bespoke timber built spacious garage with double doors, windows and power.
Log Store - 1.36 x 0.84 (4'6" x 2'9") - A charming stone built privy which is now used as a useful log store, with wooden door.
Garden Shed - 2.09 x 1.54 (6'10" x 5'1") - A useful detached wooden built garden shed, with window.
Location - The property is situated on the edge of New Radnor, a charming village, to the south of the Radnor Forest, that is steeped in history with the castle mound overlooking the village. The property is situated on the edge of the village which enjoys a variety of amenities to include a popular primary school, local shop, public house and active village hall. New Radnor is visited three times a week by the mobile Post Office. Additionally there are regular bus services to Kington, Hereford, Llandrindod Wells and Knighton. Nearby Presteigne 8 miles and Kington 6 miles offer a wider range of amenities to include shops, leisure centres and health services. 14 miles is the Historic Spa town of Llandrindod Wells, with a wider range of amenities, train station, Primary and Secondary School.
Directions - From Knighton, you enter the village of New Radnor on the B4372. On approaching the junction, turn left onto the Broad Street. Continue along Broad Street heading out of the village, on passing the monument the property is located to your left on the corner of Water Street and School Lane.
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