Llanfaredd, Builth Wells

£425,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
If you're looking for a taste of 'the good life' then look no further - your search is over. This quaint, detached 3 bedroom cottage is set in THE most stunning position with 360 degree views overlooking the dramatic Welsh countryside. Set in approximately 1.5 acres of ground which includes wraparound garden, an additional paddock and large outbuildings this truly is a must view property. WE ARE NOW FULLY BOOKED FOR VIEWINGS. PLEASE CALL 01547 529907 FOR A RESERVE SLOT

Introduction

A quintessential 'chocolate box cottage' with the added benefit of large gardens, ample parking, additional paddock and outbuildings plus outstanding views and solar panels on the grounds. The accommodation in brief comprises of kitchen, living room, dining room, study, utility room, ground floor wc & shower room, sun room, 3 bedrooms & family bathroom.

Property description

The front door opens directly into a spacious entrance hall which in turn provides access to the kitchen / diner to the right, living room to the left and stairs accessing the first floor betwixt. The kitchen / diner is a good size and houses the Nouvelle solid fuel Rayburn which powers the heating and hot water in the cottage. With matching wall and base units and space for an additional cooker, terracotta tiled flooring and dinette for a dining suite if desired. The utility area is again a good size and houses additional units and plumbing for a washing machine. Accessed from the utility is the downstairs shower room comprising matching hand basin, WC & shower cubicle. The separate dining room is a handy space ideal for entertaining or could potentially be utilised as and additional bedroom if required. Accessed from the dining room is a further room which has previously been used as a study and would made an ideal office space or snug. The dual aspect sun room / conservatory is a delightful space of good proportions and affords fantastic views of the gardens surrounding. This in turn leads into the large living room centred around a beautiful stone fireplace and hearth and has traditional wooden beams that are a feature throughout the property. Front aspect windows create a light, airy feel to the room.

Upstairs there are three bedrooms; one of which is a very large double and contains a large stone chimney breast creating an attractive feature and still having ample space to house bedroom furniture. The second and third bedrooms are a small double and single respectively. The family bathroom has polished wooden flooring and houses a white three piece suite which consists of basin, WC and bathtub.

Gardens and parking

The property sits in an isolated plot of approximately 1.5 acres and is accessed via a single track road. Upon entering the grounds there are two large stone & corrugated barns which create vast amounts of storage but also have endless possibilities for use. The additional paddock is directly adjacent the barns and is approximately of an acre is size. As well as being a versatile space this also houses 8 solar panels which create an extra source of income for the owner. The garden itself wraps around the property and consists of a parking area for approximately 4 cars and large grass area to the side and rear of the property, with the addition of fruit trees dotted about and a stream running through, creating a true haven for wildlife.

Location

The property is situated near the village of Hundred House which has a public house, The Hundred House Inn. Builth Wells is a short drive away and lies at the confluence of the River Wye and the the River Irfon and is well known nationally as the location of the showground home to the Royal Welsh Show. In the town centre is a 1000 ft square mural depicting the final days of Llewellyn ap Gruffydd, the last native Prince of Wales. Builth Wells has a High School and is home to the well known local rugby team, 'The Bulls' the local arts centre is the Wyeside Arts Centre and also has a leisure centre along with a cricket pitch, tennis court, squash courts. There is a railway station on the Heart of Wales line and the A438 passes through the centre which is one of the main north - south trunk roads. The market town of Llandrindod Wells is 8.5 miles away, the market town of Rhayader is just over 13 miles within the popular and picturesque Elan Valley.

Services

Mains electricity and water, septic tank drainage. Solid fuel Rayburn. Powys Council tax band C.

Directions

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Take the A481 out of Builth and follow this road for approximately 4 miles. On the left hand side you will see a single track road at the bottom of which is the workshop for Browns the bus company. Take this road, passing the workshop on your right, until you reach a fork in the road. Take the left hand fork and this leads directly to Pantgwyn.

CONSUMER PROTECTION FROM UNFAIR TRADING REGULATIONS 2008 (CPR) We endeavour to ensure that the details contained in our brochure are correct through making detailed enquiries of the owner but they are not guaranteed. The agents have not tested any appliance, equipment, fixture, fitting or service and have not seen the title deeds to confirm tenure. All measurements are quoted to the nearest 1/10 metre. All liability in negligence of otherwise for any loss arising from the use of these particulars is hereby excluded.

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