8 Rock House Court,, Llandrindod Wells, Powys
LD1 £279,000 < Back


  • A Magnificent 4-Bed Detached House
  • four Reception Rooms
  • built to a high standard in 2004
  • walking distance to town amenities
  • quality kitchen and bathroom suites
  • Lounge having french doors to large balcony
  • large Kitchen/Breakfast Room
  • possible use of lower ground floor as a granny annexe
  • Integral Garage and ample parking
  • rear garden overlooking the rock park


8  Rock  House  Court,  Rock  Road,    Llandrindod  Wells,    Powys,    LD1  6AX

COMPRISING: -An attractive 3-storey detached house built in 2004 from a highly insulated timber frame with brick elevations and slate roof.  It is finished to an exceptionally high standard, has mains gas central heating, double-glazing and briefly provides:- Ground Floor - Porch, Entrance Hall,   Dining Room, Lounge, Kitchen / Breakfast Room, Inner Hall, Cloakroom and integral Garage; Lower Ground Floor - Hall, Study, Utility Room and Sitting Room; First Floor - Galleried  Landing, four Bedrooms (en-suite Shower Room) and family Bathroom, together with parking for two cars, lawned fore garden, balcony and an enclosed private rear garden with a  large patio, level lawn, flower borders, mixed shrubs, raised vegetable beds and steeply sloping woodland.  

PRICE: -  £279,000

SITUATION: -  Rock House Court is an exclusive private development of nine detached houses built around a cul-de-sac, that was started in 2002 and completed in 2009.  It is built on the site of the former Rock Park Hotel which was famous for the variety of mineral waters and reputedly had ‘the longest row of privies in the country’.  This house has a south-easterly aspect and backs directly onto Rock Park, which is an area of outstanding woodland and home of the famous Bowling Club, the leisure centre / high school is 400 yards and the town centre is within 600 yards.  Llandrindod Wells is the County Town of Powys and has a good range of shopping and business facilities, Tesco Superstore, Aldi Supermarket, successful schools, Cottage Hospital, Theatre, Library, Railway Station (Shrewsbury to Swansea line), beautiful parks (with coarse fishing lake), Leisure Centre, indoor bowls and an 18-hole Golf Course.  

A most spacious and well-proportioned detached house, built by the vendor’s son who has a building company and lives on the site.  It was constructed in 2004 from a timber frame with brick elevations, contrasting reconstituted stone  details and a slate roof with decorative crested ridges.  The house is highly insulated, has mains gas central heating and double-glazing to give low running costs.  At the time of construction Number 8 was enhanced with many extras to include good quality bathroom and kitchen suites (with granite work tops), has hardwood flooring to two receptions, tiled floors in the kitchen, utility and rear hall and the staircase has wrought iron balustrading.  This is a superb large family home set in a quiet yet convenient location and it provides the following comfortable accommodation: - 


OPEN  FRONTED  PORCH -  Having a double-glazed door to 

ENTRANCE  HALL  - Being spacious with large window, coving, staircases to lower ground floor and first floor, door chime and glazed doors to the Kitchen, Lounge and

DINING  ROOM      12’ 10”  x  8’ 11”      ( 3.91  x  2.73 m )  
Having hardwood flooring, dado, coving, radiator, and a pair of glazed doors to

LOUNGE      18’ 2”  x  14’ 6”     ( 5.54 x  4.42 m )
Having a wood burning stove set in a brick fireplace, hardwood flooring, dado, coving, double aspect windows, television and telephone points, 5-bulb ceiling light, three matching wall lights and French doors to a large balcony (with light and power).

KITCHEN      14’ 11”  x  11’ 5”  plus  9’ 0”  x  7’ 4”      ( 4.55  x  3.48 m  plus  2.75  x  2.25 m )  
Having a range of light oak fronted cabinets incorporating twelve base cupboards, double dresser cupboard (with mesh doors), a hanging glazed double dresser cupboard, deep glazed sink, granite worktops and integrated fridge, dishwasher and a   burgundy coloured Rangemaster 110 electric range cooker.  In addition there is a tiled floor, radiator, coving, three windows to the rear, ten down-lighters, pendant light and door to

INNER  HALL - Having a tiled floor, cloak hooks and doors to the garage and 

CLOAKROOM -  Having a white toilet, hand basin, radiator, coving and window.

INTEGRAL  GARAGE      17’ 9”  x  10’ 4”      ( 5.41  x  3.16 m )
Having an up and over door, florescent light and three double power points.     


GALLERIED  LANDING  - Being spacious with two windows, radiators,  coving, access to loft and linen cupboard 

BEDROOM  1      (front)      15’ 5”  x  9’ 10”     ( 4.71  x  3.00 m )
Having two windows, coving, radiator and television point.

BEDROOM  2      (rear)     14’ 9”  x  12’ 11”      ( 4.51  x  3.95 m )  
Having two windows to the rear, a window to the side, radiator and television point, coving and door to

EN-SUITE  SHOWER  ROOM  -  Having a white toilet, wash basin in a vanity unit and an over-sized shower cubicle with a thermostatic shower and glazed door, together with tiled surrounds and radiator.  

BATHROOM  -  Having a white suite incorporating a toilet, bidet, pedestal wash basin, a diagonally set slipper bath with shower / mixer taps and a glazed shower cubicle with a thermostatic shower, together with tiled surrounds, coving, two      windows, five halogen down-lighters and radiator. 

BEDROOM  3      (rear)      10’ 7”  x  10’ 5”    ( 3.24  x  3.18 m )
Having a partially sloping ceiling, radiator, coving and television point.

BEDROOM  4      (front)      10’ 7”  x  10’ 2”     ( 3.24  x  3.12 m )
Having a partially sloping ceiling, radiator and coving.


REAR HALL - Having a tiled floor, radiator, walk-in airing cupboard (pressured hot water cylinder, immersion heater & shelving), doors to Study and Utility Room, wide arch to Sitting Room and half-glazed door to the veranda and rear garden. 

STUDY        10’ 4”  x  6’ 9”      ( 3.15  x  2.06 m )
Having a radiator, telephone point, coving and window to the side.  ( Note  - Reduced headroom 6’ 10” or 2.08m )

UTILITY  ROOM      10’ 4”   x  6’ 9”     ( 3.15  x  2.06m )
Having a range of grey fronted cabinets incorporating four base units, broom cupboard, inset stainless steel sink, work tops, radiator, Worcester HE condensing gas boiler and two windows to the rear.

SITTING  ROOM       14’ 9”   x  14’ 6”     ( 4.52  x  4.41m )
Having coving, radiator, television point and large window to the rear.

OUTSIDE  -  To the front there is a brick paved parking bay for two cars and a small garden set behind wrought iron railings, with a lawn, flower border and mixed shrubs.  A partially covered flight of steps and paved path leads down to the enclosed rear garden.  At the rear there is are large paved patios (with water tap, power socket and lighting), a gently sloping lawn,     evergreen and flowering shrubs, and two raised vegetable beds, with good privacy from substantial wooden fencing on both sides.  A wooden gate gives access to a steep area of woodland that runs down to the Arlais brook and borders Rock Park. 

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.  Certain other items may be available subject to   negotiation.  

TENURE - The property is freehold.

LOCAL  AUTHORITY - Powys County Council, County Hall, Llandrindod Wells, Powys LD1 5LG  Tel: (01597)  826000 

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