Henryd Henryd, Dolau, Llandrindod Wells
LD1 £225,000 < Back


  • Rural Location
  • PVC Double Glazing
  • Large Gardens
  • Conservatory
  • 300 Yards from Railway Station
  • Garage
  • Parking


Henryd, Dolau, Llandrindod Wells, Powys, LD1 5TE

A spacious, modern 3-bed detached house with a 20' Lounge, Conservatory, oil central heating, PVC double-glazing, beautiful panoramic views and large mature gardens that run down to a small stream, set in a peaceful rural location, 300 yards from railway station.

COMPRISING: - An attractive detached house built in 1999 from a well insulated timber frame with brick elevations and concrete tiled roof.  It has oil central heating, PVC double-glazing, a matching conservatory and briefly provides: - Ground Floor - Entrance Hall, Study, Lounge, Conservatory, Kitchen, Utility Room and integral Garage (with Cloakroom); First Floor - Landing, Bathroom and three double Bedrooms.  Outside there is a small front garden and a large rear garden with patios, a lawn, fish pond, lawns, flower borders, vegetable plot, Car Port, ample parking, Greenhouse and two sheds.   EPC  -  D  ( 63 )

PRICE: -     £225,000

VIEWING: -   Strictly by appointment with the Sole Agents, Morgan & Co.   Tel: (01597)  825682

DIRECTIONS: -  From Llandrindod Wells  take the A483 North to Crossgates, then turn right at the roundabout onto the A44.  In Penybont turn left onto the A488 towards Knighton.  Continue for 2½ miles then turn left, sign posted ‘Railway Station and Llanddewi”.  This house is on the left after ½ mile.  Sale board erected.

SITUATION: -   Dolau is a scattered rural community with a Primary School, active Community Centre, Church, Chapel and 4-wheel drive garage.  Henryd is set in a row of houses that front onto a minor council highway, with a wicket gate at the front and a sweeping private access lane at the rear, that is accessed through a 5-bar wooden gate (Note  - The first 15 yards coincides with a footpath that runs to a foot bridge).  The house has a delightful Southerly aspect at the rear, beautiful panoramic views from the bedrooms across farmland and a small wooded stream at the rear.   Dolau Railway Station is only 400 yards distant (Shrewsbury to Swansea line - 10 trains daily) and the School is a mile.  There is a public house and garage at Penybont (3 miles) and Crossgates, 5 miles (set at the intersection of the A44 and A483) has a Service Station (with Nisa super-market and café) and Primary School. The County Town of Llandrindod Wells (8 miles) offers a full range of amenities to include a Tesco Superstore, Aldi Supermarket, tradition independent shops, doctors, dentists, Cottage Hospital, Secondary School, etc.  The area is renowned for its outstanding natural beauty and tranquillity, ideal for outdoor pursuits to include walking, cycling, two riding centres (under 2 miles) river and lake fishing, off-road motor sports and Premier Shooting Ground.  Within a 15 mile radius there are four leisure centres, indoor and outdoor bowls, three 18-hole golf courses, theatres, cinema, etc.  The border towns of Knighton, Presteigne and Kington are roughly 11 to 16 miles away, and the market towns of Rhayader and Builth Wells are 13 and 15 miles distant. The City of Hereford, Ludlow, Leominster and the coastal resort and University Town of Aberystwyth are all around an hours drive.  ( Note  OS Grid Ref: SO 142 669 )

THE  RESIDENCE: -  An attractive detached house built in 1999 by a reputable local builder from a well insulated  timber frame with brick elevations and a concrete tiled roof.  The house has been enhanced by the installation of PVC   double-glazing, together with a matching Conservatory, and re-fitting the bathroom (2015).  Henryd has oil fired central heating, supplemented by a wood burning stove and it provides the following well proportioned accommodation: -  


CANOPY  PORCH  -  with a light and PVC double-glazed door to

ENTRANCE  HALL  - having laminate flooring, radiator, telephone point, staircase to first floor and doors to the     Study, Lounge and Kitchen. 

STUDY      8’ 3”  x  7’ 0”      ( 2.53  x  2.15 m )

Having double aspect windows and a radiator.

LOUNGE / DINER      20’ 0”  x  12’ 0”      ( 6.09  x  3.65 m )

Having a brick fireplace fitted with a wood-burning stove, coving, radiator, television point, window to front, triple ceiling light, two wall lights and patio door to 

CONSERVATORY      9’ 2”  x  8’ 3”      ( 2.80  x  2.52 m )

Edwardian style with PVC frame, fully double-glazed sides and Polycarbonate multi-wall roof, with a tiled floor, light and door to the rear garden. 

KITCHEN / BREAKFAST  ROOM      17’ 6”  x  11’ 3”      ( 5.32  x  3.43 m )

Having a range of light Oak fronted cabinets, incorporating six base cupboards, four wall cupboards, a galleried unit,  inset asterite sink, work tops with tiled surrounds, integrated ceramic hob, electric double oven and cooker hood.  In    addition there is space for a fridge and freezer, plumbing for a dishwasher, radiator, laminate flooring, large window to rear and door to

UTILITY  ROOM      9’ 6”  x  6’ 0”      ( 2.74  x  1.81 m )

Having a stainless steel single-drainer sink two base cupboards, plumbing for a washing machine, laminate flooring,   extractor fan, window, half-glazed door to rear garden and door to

INTEGRAL  GARAGE     18’ 4”  x  11’ 3”      ( 5.58  x  3.43 m )

Having an up and over door, Worcester oil-fired boiler, window, shelving, light, power points and Toilet off.


GALLERIED  LANDING  - Having a radiator, window and linen cupboard.

BATHROOM  -  Re-fitted in 2015 with a white suite incorporating a pedestal wash basin, toilet, panelled bath with (shower mixer taps) and glazed shower cubicle (with a thermostatic shower), together with sealed splash backs, radiator, shaver light, window and extractor fan.

BEDROOM  1      (front)      11’ 1”  x  9’ 9”      ( 3.38  x  2.98 m )

Having a radiator.

BEDROOM  2      (rear)      11’ 1”  x  9’ 9”      ( 3.38  x  2.97 m )

Having a radiator and built in double wardrobe.

BEDROOM 3       (rear)      13’ 9”  x  11’ 3”      ( 4.20  x  3.43 m )

Having a radiator and built in wardrobe.


Henryd is approached over a short private tarmac road that serves three houses.  A wooden 5-bar gate leads to a sweeping hard-cored private lane that leads to the parking and turning area, the Car Port and the Integral Garage.  At the rear (South) there is a patio, gently sloping, lawn, well stocked flower borders containing herbaceous perennials and mixed shrubs, soft fruit bushes, apple trees, vegetable plot (incorporating a couple of raised beds) and a magnificent Fish Pond, with a waterfall and bridge.  In addition there is a conservation area that runs along the brook with a variety of native and cultivated trees and shrubs, and to the front and sides of the house there are shrubberies, flower borders and paved paths.  In addition there is an Aluminium Greenhouse  (8’ x 6’), two Garden Sheds (10’ x 8’ and 8’ x 6’) and Log Store.  Henryd is surrounded by screen hedges and fences that provide excellent shelter and privacy. 

Note - A seldom used public footpath runs along the first 15 yards of the lane (to the corner) to a foot bridge over the stream, but this is not visible from the house).

FIXTURES & FITTINGS - described in this brochure are included in the price.         

TENURE  -  Freehold.

SERVICES - Mains electricity, water, telephone are connected.  Septic tank drainage and oil central heating.    

Note: The Agents have not tested the installations.

LOCAL AUTHORITY  -  Powys County Council, County Hall, Llandrindod Wells,  Powys  LD1 5LG  

COUNCIL  TAX   Band  ‘ E ’  ( 2017 / 8  approx. £1647.78