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4 bedroom house for sale

Castle Caereinion, Welshpool

Offers in Region of £350,000

Property Description

Key features

  • A Superb 4 Bedroom Detached Home
  • Idyllic Village Location
  • Spacious Accommodation to Include 3 Reception Rooms
  • En-Suite Facilities to the Master Bedroom
  • Beautiful Views to Open Countryside
  • Deceptively Generous Gardens
  • Approximately 4.8 Miles to Welshpool, 13.5 Miles to Newtown and 24.9 Miles To Shrewsbury
  • Available With No Upward Chain

Full description

Ty Newydd translates as New House. Well, how about a new house, a new village, a new view from your window, and most importantly a new family home. We can offer you all those things with Ty Newydd in Castle Caereinion and you won’t be disappointed with any of them. Set in a stunning village surrounded by beautiful hills this simply exquisite home awaits you, with picture perfect views and 4 bedrooms to boot.

Property Features - - A Superb 4 Bedroom Detached Home
- Idyllic Village Location
- Spacious Accommodation to Include 3 Reception Rooms
- En-Suite Facilities to the Master Bedroom
- Beautiful Views to Open Countryside
- Deceptively Generous Gardens
- Approximately 4.8 Miles to Welshpool, 13.5 Miles to Newtown and 24.9 Miles To Shrewsbury
- Available With No Upward Chain

The Property - Before we take you on a tour of Ty Newydd itself, we would first like to talk about the approach because with this particular property it really is worthy of a special mention. Ty Newydd is located at the head of a very quiet cul de sac, although we hesitate to use the phrase cul de sac because that somehow doesn't do it justice. A quiet lane runs pasts the Church and leads you through a small gathering of other similarly beautiful properties, each one immaculately maintained and extremely pleasing to the eye. This lane feels as though it takes you back in time, to a place where people had a real pride of ownership, and were proud of the community they lived in. This feels like the sort of place you wouldn't hesitate to knock on a neighbours door ask a favour, or maybe just pop in for a cup of tea. It's difficult to put into words but when you visit we're sure you will agree. As you enter the curtilage of Ty Newydd you must pay close attention to the secret garden on your left, without taking this into account it may seem at first as though the property is not on the largest of plots, when it fact it is actually deceptively generous. There is nothing deceptive about the house itself however, as you stand outside and cast your gaze over this imposing property and double garage, you expect plenty of space inside, as you head through the entrance porch into the hallway you are reassured that this is exactly what you are going to get. The hallway is wide and welcoming, to your right you will see a range of fitted storage cupboards, something there is no shortage of in Ty Newydd. Straight ahead you can enter the kitchen, or you can turn right into the living room. For the purposes of this tour we'll head into the living room, a large space with windows either side and a feature coal effect electric fire which is ideal for cosying up on those cold winters evenings. In sunnier climes you'll be more likely to head through the dining room to the sun lounge located at the rear of the property. A fantastic addition to this home, the sun lounge was added by the current owners and is probably our favourite room in the house. There are beautiful views to be enjoyed from the vantage of the sun lounge (all though currently a little obscured by two mounds of top soil from some recent buildings works, but that will be gone soon). The rolling hills and open countryside are a joy to look out to and it's the perfect place to unwind after a hard days work, just sit back, relax and let the peace and tranquility wash away your stresses. Ty Newydd certainly lends itself to entertaining family and friends, the accommodation is very open and flows well between the kitchen, three reception rooms, and also the rear garden if it's barbecue season. The kitchen is smartly fitted with a range of matching wall and base units and has the provision to fit in all of the essential modern day appliances, there is also space for a dining table and chairs making a less formal eating place than the dining room. For any appliances you can't fit in the kitchen the utility room is on hand to save the day, this utility room really is a good size and provides very usable space to keep those household chores out of sight. From the utility room you can access both the rear garden and the larger than average double garage, more surprisingly though, and very pleasantly surprising, there is also a door to the shower room. While most properties would have to make do with a downstairs loo, Ty Newydd manages to break the mould and squeeze in an incredibly useful shower room.

The surprises don't stop there though, when you ascend to the top of the stairs don't head off down the landing, open the door to your left and see what you find. Surprised?, we were. At worst this is the most useful storage space you could wish for, at best you could go the whole hog and get the necessary consents to convert it into a huge area of livable space, either way it's a massive bonus for the property. A conversion certainly wouldn't be a necessity at Ty Newydd however as the first floor already hosts four good sized bedrooms. Two of the bedrooms sit to the rear of the property and enjoy beautiful views of the open countryside. The two principle rooms sit to the front and enjoy a different, but equally beautiful view, taking in the stunning rose garden, attractive neighbouring properties, a differing range of interesting trees and shrubs, the glorious Church and the wooded hills beyond. The two principle bedrooms both also have the benefit of fitted wardrobes although the master gains it's title because of the addition of the smartly appointed en-suite shower room. Completing the internal accommodation is the family bathroom, fitted with a coloured suite comprising a panelled bath, a pedestal wash basin and a low flush wc, the bathroom has an attractive tiled finish and an obscured double glazed window to the rear.

Externally the property is equally as desirable, to the side and rear you will find paved patio seating areas with at least the rear acting as a glorious sun trap, the ideal place to enjoy a chilled white wine while making the most of the views. A level lawn takes you to the summer house, which is available by separate negotiation. On the opposite side of the garden you will find a large composting area (that's what the bins are in the photographs in case you were wondering), the current owners are keen gardeners but this area could be put to a different use should you desire. To the front of the house is the most beautiful rose garden, as it is a bit late in the year our photographs don't do it justice, but at the right time of the year it is a sight to behold. The driveway is a good size and provides ample parking space, while the other side is the secret garden we mentioned at the start. This area really mustn't be forgotten about, the hedges screen it from the outside world, but again this is a smashing sun trap and provides the space for the children or grandchildren to play.

All in all Ty Newydd is a superb home, large enough to accommodate a family, but not so large it would overwhelm a couple on their own. This home should appeal to a wide range of the market and we'd be very surprised if it doesn't appeal to you too.

The Village And Surrounding Area - Castle Caereinion is a small village and parish in Powys. Named after an ancient Castle built in 1156, this is a place steeped in history, little remains of the castle now however, beyond the raised mound of the motte in a corner of the churchyard. The small but welcoming community has a good range of services and facilities which include a village shop, a primary school, a community hall, a public house called The Red Lion, where the landlady offers wonderful home cooked meals using local produce, and St Garmon's Church. You will also be able to enjoy the various groups and activities available such as regular cinema evenings, the local Womens Institute, amateur painting classes and short mat bowls. The village is serviced by frequent visits from both the travelling library and post office, while a regular bus service runs twice daily to Llanfair Caerieinion, Welshpool and towns and villages further west. and Situated in the most stunning countryside setting Castle Caereinion is a great place for you to invite visitors to, especially those with an interest in trains. Castle Caereinion has its own station and in most months of the year the whistles from steam locomotives can be heard as they takes a long steep climb and then trundle through the heart of the area.

Castle Caereinion is ideally located to access a variety of different towns, historical Montgomery is only 8 miles away, and also happens to have an amazing Michelin Star restaurant for you to enjoy. Newtown, the largest town in Powys, is 13 miles distant. The market town of Oswestry is 19 miles north, while Shrewsbury, the county town of Shropshire is 25 miles east. All of the facilities you need for day to day living however are found on your doorstep (well almost) with Llanfair Caerieinion and Welshpool both under 5 miles distant. Welshpool golf course and caf can be found across the valley, while Lakeside golf course and restaurant is less than 4 miles south east towards Abermule.

Llanfair Caerieinion is a small but well serviced town which boasts a variety of pubs and popular eating establishments. Both the primary and secondary schools are well regarded, while Caerieinon leisure centre offers a variety of sporting activities for the young and old. Llanfair Caereinion is also home to the terminus of the Welshpool Light Railway, a popular attraction which runs along the Banwy valley. Other services in the town include various shops, a butcher, bakers, a medical centre, dentist, a selection of hairdressers, a bistro, library garage and a state of the art cattery.

Welshpool is the fourth largest town in Powys and as such provides a wide array of amenities. It has good transport links with the Train Station being serviced by Arriva Trains Wales and regular local bus routes in operation to Llanfair Caerieinon, Newtown, Oswestry and Aberystwyth. National Express also run daily links to Shrewsbury, Birmingham and London. The town has good educational facilities to accommodate students up until the age of 18, while there are also nursery and playschool facilities available. At the other end of the spectrum there are residential care homes for the elderly as well as a medical centre. Welshpool is a pretty, rural market town and has much Georgian architecture to admire, other points of interest may lay in the numerous public houses (of which we know of at least eleven), if local history is more your thing then Powysland Museum would be worth a visit, one place you really must visit is Powis Castle, a fortified stately home which is now run by the National Trust. Whatever your pleasure there's sure to be something for everyone, a multitude of interesting, independent retailers share the town with multiple supermarkets and well known high street shops, a newly opened spa accompanies a range of beauty salons and hairdressers to keep you looking at your best. 'The Flash' leisure centre and swimming pool will help you stay in shape, although you may just prefer long walks through the beautiful countryside or along the Montgomeryshire Canal to help with that. With lots of car parks and 45 minutes free parking on the high street the town is ready for you to explore.

Accommodation List -

Entrance Porch - 1.88m x 1.91m (6'2" x 6'3") -

Entrance Hall - 5.89m x 3.68m (19'4" x 12'1") -

Living Room - 6.10m (into bays) x 3.86m (into bays) (20'0" (into -

Dining Room - 4.14m x 3.53m (13'7" x 11'7") -

Sun Lounge - 4.67m x 3.43m (15'4" x 11'3") -

Kitchen Diner - 4.17m x 3.53m (13'8" x 11'7") -

Utility Room - 4.88m x 2.13m (16'0" x 7') -

Ground Floor Shower Room - 3.00m x 1.17m (9'10" x 3'10") -

Double Garage - 6.20m x 6.05m (20'4" x 19'10") -

First Floor Landing -

Master Bedroom - 5.66m x 2.74m (18'7" x 9') -

En-Suite - 2.95m x 1.07m (9'8" x 3'6") -

Bedroom Two - 4.47m x 3.89m (14'8" x 12'9") -

Bedroom Three - 3.56m" x 3.25m (11'8"" x 10'8") -

Bedroom Four - 3.05m x 2.44m (10' x 8') -

Family Bathroom - 2.54m x 2.41m (8'4" x 7'11") -

Agents Note - There is a wooden summer house (14'3" x 10'2"), green house (13' x 10'), timber shed (12'3" x 6'2") and workshop (14' x 8'4") available for purchase by separate negotiation.

Directions - From Welshpool take the A458 towards Machynlleth and Llanfair Caereinion. After approx 4 miles, having passed the signs for Welshpool Golf Club on the right hand side take the next left turn, signposted Berriew and Castle Caereinion. After 200 yards bear left and after 1/4 mile go over the railway line into the 30mph zone. On the right you will see the church gates set back from the road, turn right towards the gates and just before the gates turn right along a private road, continue past the white house and the property can be identified by the Holters for sale sign.

Tenure - We are informed the property is of freehold tenure.

Services And Heating - We are informed the property is connected to mains electricity, water and drainage. Oil fired central heating.

Council Tax - Powys Council - Tax Band F.

Nearest Airports - Birmingham Approximately 80 miles (duration: 1hr 41min via road) Liverpool John Lennon Approximately 70 miles (duration: 1hr 34min via road) Manchester Approximately 81 miles (duration: 1hr 36min via road) Cardiff - Approximately 118 miles (duration: 2hr 52min via road)

Links To Central London - Via Road - travel time is approximately 3hrs 26mins based on a 181 mile journey travelling along the M54 and then M1. Via Rail travel time is approximately 3hr 12min hours based on a standard transfer to London Euston from Welshpool station.

Notice - The Property Misdescription Act Holters for themselves and for the vendors or lessors of this property whose agents they are give notice that: 1. These particulars are set out as a general outline only for the guidance of intended purchasers or lessors and do not constitute part of an offer or contract. 2. All descriptions, dimensions, reference to condition and necessary permissions for use and occupation, and other details are given without responsibility and any intending purchasers or tenants should not rely on them as statements or representations of fact but must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of each term of them. 3. The vendors or lessors do not make or give, and neither do Holters for themselves nor any person in their employment has any authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatever in relation to this property.


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