9 Church Lands
Llanyre, Llandrindod Wells, Powys, LD1 6DX
comprising: - An attractive detached house built in 2006 by an award winning local company from a highly insulated timber frame with brick elevations, contrasting quoins and slate roof. It has ‘wood grained’ pvc double-glazing, mains gas central heating, security system and briefly provides:- Porch, Entrance Hall, Lounge, Utility Room, Cloakroom, Kitchen, Dining Room, integral ‘motorbike’ Garage, Games Room, Landing, four Bedrooms (three with built-in wardrobes and one en-suite Shower Room) and family Bathroom, together with parking for two cars open-plan fore garden and an enclosed garden with large patio areas, a raised deck, level lawn, flower borders and mixed shrubs, with good privacy from substantial screen fencing and laurel hedging.
Price: - £250, 000
viewing: - Strictly by appointment with the Sole Agents, Morgan & Co. Tel:
Directions: - From Llandrindod Wells take the A4081 towards Rhayader and Newbridge-on-Wye. After crossing the bridge over the River Ithon climb the hill then take the third junction on the right for Llanyre (by the Bell Inn). Proceed for 400 yards then turn left onto Fronserth Lane. Turn right after 80 yards onto Church Lands and Number 9 is the second house on the right. Sale Board erected.
Situation: - Llanyre is a pretty, small village set in the Ithon Valley surrounded by undulating farmland, with just a Church and a fine public house / restaurant, ¼-mile distant, with a regular bus service to the neighbouring towns. Church Lands (‘Tir Eglwys’ in Welsh) is a small exclusive development of twelve 4-bedroom houses and two bungalows that is approached over a quiet ‘no through road’. Number 9 has a sunny Southerly aspect to the lawned garden, which is set on the side of the house. The County Town of Llandrindod Wells is only 1½ miles away and has a good range of shopping and business facilities (to include a new Tesco Superstore), successful schools, a College of Further Education, cottage hospital and railway station (Shrewsbury to Swansea Line).
The small historic market towns of Rhayader and Builth Wells are 8 and 9 miles distant, and within a 10 mile radius there is an excellent range of leisure amenities to include three sports centres, two golf courses, indoor and outdoor bowls, cinema and theatre. The area is renowned for its outstanding natural beauty, ideal for walking, riding, mountain biking and bird watching, with good river and lake fishing on Llyn Gwyn and the Elan Valley Reservoirs (approximately 5 and 12 miles distant). The market towns of Knighton and Newtown are approximately 19 and 27 miles distant, with the City of Hereford and the coastal resort and University Town of Aberystwyth both about an hours drive, and Cardiff and the Severn Bridge are just over a 1½-hour drive.
A most spacious and well-proportioned detached house, built by an award winning local company, par (Homes) Ltd in 2006 from a highly insulated timber frame with brick elevations, contrasting reconstituted stone quoins and a slate roof. It has ’oak pattern’ u-pvc double-glazing, matching soffits and facia, and mains gas central heating to give low running costs. This house carries the remainder of a 10-year building guarantee and has a security system for peace of mind. At the time of construction Number 9 was enhanced with many extras to include a spa bath and laminate flooring has been laid downstairs ( except the Lounge ). More recently the integral Garage has been partitioned to form a Games Room at the rear and retain a ‘motorbike garage’ at the front, and the garden has been landscaped. This house has hardwood 6-panel internal doors, coving to principal rooms and it provides the following accommodation: -
Open fronted porch - Having a light and double-glazed door with a stained glass detail to
entrance hall - Having an imposing staircase, laminate flooring, radiator, coving, understairs cupboard and doors to Lounge, Kitchen, Dining Room, Utility Room and Garage.
Lounge 17’ 5” x 13’ 9” ( 5.31 x 4.19 m )
Having a modern living-flame gas fire, coving, television and telephone points, radiator, triple ceiling light, two pairs of wall lights, and double-aspect windows.
Utility room 10’ 0” x 5’ 0” ( 3.06 x 1.53 m )
Having a range of oak fronted cabinets incorporating four base units, five wall cupboards, inset stainless steel sink, work tops with tiled surrounds, Worcester 40CDi condensing gas combi-boiler, radiator, laminate flooring, large broom cupboard, double-glazed door to side garden and door to
cloakroom - Having a white toilet and pedestal wash basin, together with a radiator, shaver light, laminate flooring and window.
Kitchen 12’ 5” x 11’ 11” ( 3.78 x 3.63 m )
Having a range of oak fronted units incorporating nine base cupboards, four wall cupboards, one galleried unit, three glazed wall cupboards, Belfast sink with oak draining boards, integrated dishwasher and microwave cooker and worktops with tiled surrounds. In addition there is a breakfast bar, pelmet lighting, two 4-bulb halogen spot light bars, laminate flooring, plinth heater, space and plumbing for an American fridge/freezer and a wide arch to
dining room 12’ 9” x 10’ 10” ( 3.90 x 3.30 m )
Having laminate floor, radiator, French doors to the rear garden and door to the Hall.
Motorbike garage 10’ 0” x 10’ 1” ( 3.07 x 3.09 m )
Having an up and over door, window, three shelves, florescent light and door to
games room 10’ 0” x 10’ 1” ( 3.07 x 3.09 m )
Having laminate flooring, television and telephone points, window and double-glazed door to the side.
Galleried landing - Having a window to the front, radiator, coving, two ceiling lights and access to loft (with a light).
Bathroom - Having a white suite incorporating a toilet, pedestal wash basin, shower cubicle with a thermostatic shower and a Whirlpool bath (with radio), together with half-tiled walls, extractor fan, heated ladder towel rail and shaver light.
Bedroom 1 (rear) 12’ 4” x 11’ 1” ( 3.75 x 3.38 m )
Having a radiator, television point and a built-in double wardrobe.
Bedroom 2 (front) 10’ 0” x 8’ 10” ( 3.04 x 2.70 m )
Having radiator and telephone point.
Bedroom 3 (front) 15’ 1” x 13’ 9” ( 4.61 x 4.19 m )
Having a radiator, coving, television and telephone points. Full width built-in wardrobe with four doors and door to
en-suite shower room - Having a white suite incorporating a toilet, pedestal wash basin and over-sized shower cubicle with a thermostatic shower, together with a heated ladder towel rail, mirror fronted toiletries cabinet, shaver light, extractor fan and build-in cupboard.
Bedroom 4 (rear) 12’ 5” x 11’ 1” ( 3.75 x 3.38 m )
Having television and telephone points, radiator and full width built-in wardrobe.
Outside - To the front there is an open-plan garden with a narrow lawn, tarmac parking bay for at least two cars and tall doors on either side give access to the rear garden. At the rear there is a large patio garden with paved and gravelled surfaces, evergreen shrubs and a large raised decked. On the Southern side there is a level lawn with flower borders and mixed shrubs, all with paved paths and good privacy from substantial hit and miss wooden fencing.
Services - Mains gas, electricity, water, drainage and telephone are connected. Gas central heating
Note: The Agents have not tested the installations.
Fixtures & fittings - as described in this brochure are included in the sale price. A Rangemaster Toledo 1000mm range cooker with ceramic hob and matching chimney hood, some curtains, light fittings, blinds, a Hot Tub and certain other items may be available subject to negotiation.
Tenure - The property is freehold with vacant possession upon completion.
Council tax Band F
local authority - Powys County Council, County Hall, Llandrindod Wells, Powys, LD1 5LG