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Irfon Crescent, Llanwrtyd Wells, Powys, LD5








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Key features

  • 3-bed terraced stone cottage
  • 2 Receptions
  • Kitchen / Breakfast Room
  • Shower Room
  • Family Bathroom
  • Detached garden which runs down to the River Irfon
  • Parking bay for 1 car
  • Workshop & Motorbike Garage
  • 1/4 mile from amenities
  • EPC Rating F


An attractive 3-bed, 2-bath, terraced stone cottage with 2 receptions, PVC double-glazing, distant views, patio garden, parking bay and a detached garden which runs down to the River Irfon, located ¼-mile from amenities. EPC Rating F, Council Tax Band B.

A double-fronted mid-terrace cottage built around 1900 from stone walls, under a slate roof. It has electric heating, PVC double-glazing and it briefly provides: - Ground Floor: Entrance Hall, Lounge, Dining Room, 20’ Kitchen / Breakfast Room and Shower Room, First Floor: Landing, two double Bedrooms, one single Bedroom and Bathroom. In addition there is a small walled forecourt, a rear patio with a small stone Workshop and Motorbike Garage, together with a detached garden (set on the opposite side of the road) which is screened by a stone wall and has a gently sloping lawn and a section of river bank. EPC - Band F ( 34 ).

2 Irfon Crescent set in a most convenient location, beside the A483, with a delightful South-easterly aspect and within ¼-mile of amenities and Dolwen Park is only 100 yards away. Llanwrtyd Wells claims to be the smallest town in the UK, although by 2011 its population had grown to 850. The town was developed in the 19th century as a Victorian Spa resort, with a livestock market and Woollen Mill (both now closed), set on the banks of the River Irfon on the main road between Builth Wells and Llandovery, and serviced by the Heart of Wales Railway (Shrewsbury to Swansea). It has a convenience store, Primary School, Doctors Surgery, three pubs, restaurant, Victoria Hall, Garage, Church and Chapel. The town is still a very active tourist resort hosting the World Famous “Man v Horse Marathon”, World Bog Snorkelling Championship, Beer Festival, Walking Festival, etc. The historic small market towns of Llandovery and Builth Wells are 11 and 13 miles distant, and the County Town of Llandrindod Wells is 18 miles (via Newbridge-on-Wye B4358). Together they offer a wider range of amenities to include a Tesco Superstore, Aldi and Co-op supermarkets, hospitals, leisure centres, two 18-hole golf courses, indoor and outdoor bowls, river and lake fishing. This area is renowned for its outstanding natural beauty and tranquillity, ideal for outdoor pursuits. The larger towns of Brecon and Carmarthen are roughly 24 and 37 miles, with Swansea City and the West Wales coast within a 1½-hour drive and Cardiff slightly longer.



Having a PVC double-glazed door, cloak hooks, staircase to first floor and doors to the Lounge and


3.25m x 2.62m

(Currently used as a bedroom ) Having a storage heater and double-glazed window to the front.


4.55m x 3.2m

Having a brick feature fireplace, storage heater, double glazed windows to front and doors to Kitchen and Shower Room. ( Note - The door to Number.1 will be blocked up after contracts are exchanged )


6.17m x 1.83m

Having five wood effect base cupboards, inset stainless steel sink, work tops, integrated electric hob and eye-level double oven, plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher, space for a fridge-freezer, radiator, two windows and doors to the rear.


Having a toilet, wash basin, shower tray with thermostatic shower and fully tiled walls. ( Note - pumped waste water system )


GALLERIED LANDING - Having an access to the loft.


4.6m x 2.6m

Having a storage heater and window to the front.


Having a coloured suite incorporating a toilet, pedestal wash basin and panelled bath with an electric shower and glazed screen over, together with tiled surrounds, airing cupboard (with an electric immersion heater) and window to rear.


2.67m x 2.67m

Having a storage heater and window to front.


2.16m x 2.03m

Having a storage heater and window to front.


2 Irfon Crescent is set behind a small forecourt with a dwarf wall. At the rear there is an enclosed rear patio garden on two levels, with a small stone workshop. Three steps and a gate leads to a rear access lane (Note - Shared with Number 1). Motorbike Garage (10’ x 8’ average - A timber structure with Perspex roof, light and double power point). On the opposite side of the road a gate and a shallow set of shared steps leads down to a gently sloping lawned garden (Note - To the right of the steps). This is screened from the road by a stone wall and runs down to the River Irfon which is lined with native trees and bushes. (Note - The field on the opposite side of the river is at a lower level. The buyers of Numbers 1 & 2 will share the cost of erecting new fences to divide the gardens ).


Mains electric, water and drainage are connected. Note - Services not tested by the Agents.


described in this brochure are included in the sale price.


Powys County Council, County Hall, Llandrindod Wells, LD1 5LG Tel:


Band B ( £1,464.86 payable 2023 /24 )


Freehold with vacant possession on completion.

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Band: B
PARKINGDetails of how and where vehicles can be parked, and any associated costs.Read more about parking in our glossary page.
GARDENA property has access to an outdoor space, which could be private or shared.
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Irfon Crescent, Llanwrtyd Wells, Powys, LD5


Distances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
  • Llanwrtyd Station0.3 miles
  • Sugar Loaf Station2.6 miles
  • Llangammarch Station3.6 miles
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Morgan & Co, Llandrindod Wells

Winchester House Temple Street, Llandrindod Wells, LD1 5DL

Morgan & Co, Llandrindod Wells

Morgan & Co was established in 1991 by Trevor Morgan, who has over 22 years experience in the Mid Wales property market. We offer a professional yet personal service.

In addition to selling town and village properties within a 30 mile radius of Llandrindod Wells, we specialise in selling country properties, smallholdings and farms throughout Powys. We also carry out valuations for probate and family division.

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