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Tower Street, Crickhowell, Powys.

£299,950
Added on 19/06/2021
Clee Tompkinson & Francis, Crickhowell
PROPERTY TYPE
End of Terrace
BEDROOMS
×2
BATHROOMS
×1

Key features

  • End terrace house
  • Town centre location
  • Two bedrooms/Two reception rooms
  • Courtyard garden
  • Refurbished
  • Useful store
  • No upper chain
  • Grade ll Listed
  • Crickhowell Conservation Area

Property description

Tenure: Freehold

A very well presented refurbished end terrace house superbly located in the town centre popular Brecon Beacons market town of Crickhowell.

The property offers two bedrooms, bathroom and a separate WC on the first floor and on the ground floor two reception rooms and a kitchen. There is also a useful cellar and an attached store which offers superb potential for a variety of uses subject to the necessary permissions.

The property has been refurbished by the present owners and is very well presented. Period features such as quarry tiled floors, fireplaces have been retained and enhanced and there are modern kitchen and bathroom suits together with gas central heating.

Outside there is a pleasant gravelled courtyard rear garden.

The property are situated within the Crickhowell Conservation area. Crickhowell is a popular small market situated within the Brecon Beacons National Park. It has been named the best place to live in Wales by the Sunday Times 2019 and one of the ten Welsh locations named the best addresses in Britain. It has a great range of individual local shops, restaurants etc. There is also a library, health centre and as mentioned previously well regarded Primary and Secondary schools. There are good road links into the local trunk road network and there is a train station in Abergavenny which is about a fifteen minute drive away and links into the Intercity network via Newport.

Ground Floor

Entrance

Wooden entrance door opening to entrance hall with black and terracotta diamond patterned quarry tiled floor, panelled wooden doors to rooms, staircase off to first floor, radiator, walk in cupboard.

Sitting Room (3.70m Max x 3.00m or 12' 2' Max x 9' 10')

With fireplace, slate hearth and tiled surround, exposed wooden floor, wood sash window, radiator, power points.

Dining Room (3.05m x 3.00m or 10' 0' x 9' 10')

With black and terracotta diamond patterned quarry tiled floor, fireplace set into slate hearth, built in cupboard into chimney breast recess, radiator, power points , sash window.

Kitchen (2.55m x 1.70m or 8' 4' x 5' 7')

With wooden wall and base units, wooden worktops with inset four ring electric hob with black high gloss splashback, stainless steel oven and grill below, extractor hood over, stainless steel sink unit, space for washing machine, vinyl floor covering, radiator, power points, wall mounted Worcester gas combination boiler, part glazed door to outside.

Cellar (3.0m x 3.55m or 9' 10' x 11' 8')

From entrance hall is a wooden door and stone steps down to cellar with flagstone floor and light.

First Floor

Landing

From entrance hall is carpeted staircase to first floor landing with sash window, radiator, panelled wooden doors off to...

Bedroom 1 (4.85m Max x 2.80m or 15' 11' Max x 9' 2')

With carpet, two radiators, three wood sash windows, power points.

Bedroom 2 (3.0m x 2.85m Max or 9' 10' x 9' 4' Max)

With carpet, radiator, power points, wood sash window.

Bathroom (2.30m x 2.05m or 7' 7' x 6' 9')

With modern fitted suite comprising bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, pedestal wash hand basin, walls part tiled, attractive tiled floor, wood sash window, radiator.

W.C.

With W/C and handbasin.

Store (4.05m x 2.60m or 13' 3' x 8' 6')

Currently used a store room with concrete floor and window but offers superb potential for a variety of uses including as a possible extension to the property, subject to gaining any necessary permissions.

Outside

Gravelled rear yard with flowerbed boarders, side access to pathway.

Tenure

Freehold

Council Tax

Band D - chargeable at a rate of 1,725.65 for the period 2021/22

Brochures

Web Brochure
Energy Performance Certificates

Tower Street, Crickhowell, Powys.

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Distances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
  • Abergavenny Station6.2 miles
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About the agent

Clee Tompkinson & Francis, Crickhowell

2 High Street, Crickhowell, NP8 1BW

Clees is one of the largest independent firms of Estate Agents & Chartered Surveyors in South Wales . Established in 1972 our 13 offices offer comprehensive property advice across South Wales & The borders including sales, lettings,property auctions, management & surveys. If you are looking to buy or sell a property in Wales, we would be pleased to advise you upon any part of the process for residential, rural or commercial property. See www.ctf-uk.com for more information.

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