Ridgebourne Villa, Wellington Road, Llandrindod Wells, LD1 5NH
comprising: - An attractive, Victorian semi-detached house built from brick walls with rendered and coloured elevations under slate roofs, with E7 electric heating, PVC and Aluminium double-glazing, and it briefly provides:- Entrance Hall, Lounge, large Kitchen / Diner, Wet Shower Room, Landing, two large double Bedrooms, a single Bedroom and Bathroom, together with parking for two cars, raised flower borders, paved patio and Shed. EPC - Band E
price: - £138,000 Note - No forward chain
viewing: - Strictly by appointment with the Sole Agents Morgan & Co. Tel. Directions: - From our office proceed South on the A483 (towards Builth Wells) for half a mile, to the Ridgebourne shopping area. Ridgebourne Villa is on the right, directly opposite the Petrol Station. Sale Board Erected
situation: - Ridgebourne Villa is built on a slightly elevated plot with an Easterly aspect, the rear bedroom has a pleasant outlook and the rear patio garden has a sunny aspect and backs onto the Railway Line (ten 1 or 2 carriage trains daily). This house is attached to the Ridgebourne Inn (currently closed), is fronted by the A483 and is found within the Ridgebourne Shopping Area that includes a Service Station (with a Nisa Supermarket), take-away Fish Bar, Hairdressers, Pet Shop, etc. The beautiful Lakeside Park is 250 yards, the town centre is about ½-mile to the North and there is a bus stop about 100 yards with a regular bus services to the neighbouring towns, Newtown and Cardiff.
Llandrindod Wells is the County Town of and administrative centre of Powys and has a good range of shopping and business facilities, Tesco Superstore, Aldi Supermarket, successful schools, Cottage Hospital and Railway Station (Shrewsbury to Swansea line). Local leisure amenities include a Theatre, Library, U3A, Sports Centre, indoor and outdoor bowls, Golf Course, Game and Coarse fishing. In the 2015 and 2017 Rightmove surveys LD1 (Llandrindod Wells postal area) was declared “the friendliest place to move to in the UK” and “Happiest Town in Wales”. Hereford, Abergavenny and Aberystwyth are about an hour’s drive, and Cardiff, Swansea and the Severn Bridge all roughly a 1½-hour drive (dependent on traffic conditions).
The residence - Ridgebourne Villa is a late Victorian, semi-detached, 2-storey house, built from brick walls with rendered and coloured elevations, under a slate roof. It has been up-graded over the years to include the installation of Aluminium and PVC double-glazing, Economy 7 electric heating and gas fire. In 2010 the kitchen was re-fitted and a ground floor “Wet” shower room was added. This property is much bigger than it looks from the pavement, with a gross internal of 107 m² or 1,127 ft² (size from EPC) and it provides the following comfortable accommodation: -
entrance hall - Having an Aluminium double-glazed door, staircase to First Floor, under stairs cupboard (with floor safe), storage heater, central heating thermostat, coving and doors to the Dining Room and Living Room.
Lounge 11’ 7” x 19’ 9” ( 3.52 x 6.02 m )
Having a living-flame gas fire, Aluminium double-glazed bay window to the front, coving, PVC double-glazed window to the side and two storage heaters.
Dining room 10’ 9” x 8’ 1” ( 3.29 x 2.46 m )
Having a window to side, modern electric heater, meter cupboard and open plan to
kitchen 16’ 0” x 10’ 6” ( 4.88 x 3.21 m )
Having a range of light wood affect cabinets (installed 2010) incorporating nine base cupboards, four wall cupboards, one glazed wall cupboard, inset stainless steel sink, integrated ‘Bosch’ ceramic hob and eye level double oven, work tops with matching splash-backs and half-tiled walls, Plumbing for dishwasher, breakfast bar, storage heater, Aluminium double-glazed door and window to rear, glazed door to
inner hall - Having plumbing for washing machine and glazed door to
wet shower room - Built in 2010, having a white suite incorporating a toilet, hand basin shower area with curtain and electric shower, storage heater, ladder towel heater, full tiled walls, fan heater, window, mirror and extractor fan.
First floor - galleried landing - Having a storage heater, access to loft (part boarded with drop-down ladder and two florescent lights).
Bathroom - Having a champagne coloured suite incorporating a toilet, pedestal wash basin and twin-grip panelled bath, electric shower and curtain over, storage heater, tiled walls, mirror, window, airing cupboard (electric immersion heater) and door to
bedroom 1 (rear) 16’ 3” x 10’ 0” ( 4.96 x 3.07m )
Having a storage heater, aluminium double glazed windows to South and East, coving.
Bedroom 2 (side) 8’ 0” x 7’ 7” ( 2.44 x 2.32 m )
Having a convector heater, aluminium double glazed window to South.
Bedroom 3 (front) 11’ 7” x 12’ 7” into bay
( 3.53 m x 3.85 m into bay )
Having a convector heater, coving PVC double-glazed bay window to front.
Outside - To the front there is a raised flower border. A pair of wrought iron gates gives access to a drive on the Southern side which is flanked by raised flower beds and gives parking for two cars. At the rear there is a sheltered paved patio garden with raised flower borders, water tap, light, secure fencing and Garden Shed (8’ x 6’).
Services Mains electric, gas, water and drainage are connected. Note: The installations have not been tested by the Agents.
Fixtures & fittings as described in this brochure are included in the sale price.
Tenure - Freehold with No forward chain.
Local authority - Powys County Council, County Hall, Llandrindod Wells, Powys LD1 5LG Tel: Council tax - Band C ( £1,442.31 for 2019 / 20 )
Note - Most photos taken with a wide angle lens.