A most spacious and well appointed 3-bed, 2-bath, detached bungalow with a conservatory and -acre mature
private gardens, set in a delightful country location with fine views.
Llanddewi, Llandrindod Wells, Powys LD1 6SE
Comprising: - An individually designed T-shaped detached bungalow built in 1972 from cavity brick and block walls, under a tiled roof. It has been tastefully refurbished and modernised to form a luxury family home with oil central heating, u-Pvc double-glazing and briefly provides: - Porch, Entrance Hall, 23’ Lounge / Diner, Kitchen, 22’ Conservatory, Study/Bedroom, Utility Room, three double Bedrooms and two Bathrooms. In addition there is a Garage, ample parking and gently undulating private gardens incorporating patio areas, lawns, ornamental ponds, vegetable plot, soft fruit, bushes, fruit trees, greenhouse, Storage Sheds, etc.
Price: - 280, 000
Viewing: - Strictly by appointment with the Sole Agents Morgan & Co. Tel.
Directions: - From Llandrindod Wells proceed north on the A483 (towards Newtown). On reaching Crossgates carry straight on at the roundabout then turn left after 2.5 miles (just before the stone river bridge) onto a ‘no through road’. Proceed for 350 yards and Greenbank is the first property on the right. (Sale Board erected)
From Newtown - Take the A483 South towards Llandrindod Wells for 20 miles, passing through Llanbadarn Ffynnydd and Llanbister. Continue past the two entrances for Llanddewi village then turn right after 300 yards (immediately after the stone river bridge) onto a ‘no through road’ and continue as above.
Situation ( Os Grid Ref. SO 103 687 - Explorer 200 )
Greenbank is built on an elevated plot in a peaceful country location, with a delightful southerly aspect and beautiful views over the Ithon Valley and Cambrian Mountains. It is approached over a council maintained ‘no through road’ that serves roughly ten properties and is only 350 yards from the A483 Manchester to Swansea Trunk Road, with a regular bus service running between Newtown and Brecon. The bungalow has excellent privacy, yet is not isolated as there are three other dwellings to the north and west. The small village of Llanddewi, which is only mile away and visible through the trees, has just a church and community centre. The larger village of Crossgates is 3 miles, set at the intersection of the A483 and A44 Trunk Roads and has a primary school, sub-Post Office and Petrol Station (with a mini-supermarket, caf, etc.), and there are Railway Stations at Dolau and Penybont on the Shrewsbury to Swansea line within 3 miles. Continued over ....
Situation - Continued - The County Town of Llandrindod Wells is 6 miles and has a good range of shopping and business facilities, Tesco Superstore, secondary school, College of Further Education and Cottage Hospital. Excellent leisure amenities include a Sports Centre (with swimming pool), indoor and outdoor Bowls, Golf Course, Theatre, beautiful parks, river and lake fishing. The area is renowned for its outstanding natural beauty and the market towns of Rhayader, Builth Wells, Knighton and Newtown are approximately 11, 13, 15 and 21 miles distant respectively. The City of Hereford and the coastal resort and university town of Aberystwyth are both around an hour’s drive.
The Property - An attractive T-shaped detached bungalow built in 1972 from cavity brick and block walls, under a tiled roof, with a fibre-glass flat roof over the garage and study area (Note:- 20-year guarantee from September 2007). It has been tastefully refurbished and modernised to include the installation of u-Pvc double-glazing, additional loft insulation and cavity wall insulation to reduce running costs, the addition of a large Conservatory and fitting new kitchen and bathroom suites. Greenbank is now a very comfortable country residence and it provides the following spacious accommodation: -
Entrance Hall - Being L-shaped and having a double-glazed door and side panel, outside light, coving, two radiators, door chime, central heating thermostat, telephone point, cloaks cupboard, linen cupboard (with radiator), access to loft (with a ladder and light) and doors to the bedrooms, bathrooms, Lounge and Kitchen. ( Working clockwise )
Bedroom 1 (front) 9’ 9â€� x 9’ 3â€� ( 2.97 x 2.82 m )
Having a radiator, coving, two down-lighters and built-in double wardrobe.
Bedroom 2 (front) 13’ 4â€� x 9’ 6â€� ( 4.07 x 2.89 m )
Having a radiator, coving and built-in double wardrobe.
Bedroom 3 (rear) 12’ 8â€� x 9’ 5â€� ( 3.87 x 2.86 m)
Having a radiator, coving and built-in double wardrobe.
Bathroom 1 - Having white suite incorporating a toilet, pedestal wash basin and a twin-grip panelled bath with a thermostatic shower and curtain over, together with half-tiled walls, tiled floor, radiator, shaver-light, electric wall heater and toiletries cabinet.
Bathroom 2 - Having a white suite incorporating a toilet, wash basin in a vanity unit and Jacuzzi bath, together with fully tiled walls, tiled floor, two mirrors, shaver point, coving and radiator, two wall lights, two down lighters and a centre light.
Lounge / Dining Room 23’ 6â€� x 16’ 1â€� maximum 14’ 8â€� minimum ( 7.18 x 4.91m max. - 4.48 m min. )
Having a Minster stone fireplace with a Calor gas coal effect inset fire, windows to three elevations giving fine rural views, two radiators, television point, wiring for four wall lights, two centre lights, coving and half-glazed door to Conservatory.
Conservatory 22’ 2â€� x 9’ 0â€� ( 6.77 x 2.75 m )
A u-Pvc double-glazed model built in a Victorian style off dwarf brick walls, with stained glass relief details to opening vents, three radiators, ceiling fan/light, five double power points and opening to Kitchen. (Note - This end is used as a Breakfast Room)
Kitchen 16’ 0â€� x 10’ 0â€� ( 4.89 x 3.04 m )
Having a cream painted suite, incorporating eleven base cupboards, nine wall cupboards, one glazed wall cupboard, two galleried units, larder unit, wine rack, ceramic 1 bowl sink, integrated gas hob, concealed cooker hood, eye-level electric double oven, Bosch dishwasher and fridge and work tops with tiled surrounds. In addition there is a matching breakfast bar, pelmet lighting, eight halogen down lights, coving, radiator, door to Entrance Hall and arch to
Inner Hall - Having cloak hooks, two shelves, tiled floor and doors to the rear Porch, Utility and Study.
Study / Bedroom 4 11’ 5â€� x 9’ 5â€� ( 3.45 x 2.88 m )
Having a telephone point, radiator, glazed door to the rear patio garden and door to
Integral Garage 17’ 11â€� x 9’ 3â€� ( 5.46 x 2.83 m)
Having an up and over door, two fluorescent lights, double power point, shelving, double-glazed window, radiator and Worcester Heatslave oil-fired combi-boiler.
Utility Room - Having an inset stainless steel sink with cupboard under, plumbing for a washing machine, space for a freezer, three wall cupboards and a work top with tiled surrounds.
Rear Porch - being half-glazed with a radiator (concealed in a cabinet) and door to the parking area.
Outside - Greenbank is approached over a wide tarmac drive with a pair of wooden gates and matching personal gate, flanked by shrubberies and low fencing, to a parking and turning area with space for at least five cars. There is screen fencing along the northern boundary, mature shrubs, a small storage