The Haven, Llandrindod Wells
LD1 £170,000 < Back

Features

  • Spacious detached 3 bed house
  • 600 yards from town centre
  • Conservatory
  • Gas central heating
  • PVC double glazing
  • Garage
  • Gardens

Description

The  Haven, Montpellier Park, Llandrindod  Wells, Powys LD1  5LL


 


COMPRISING: - An attractive detached house built in the late 1950’s from cavity brick walls with rendered and coloured elevations and tiled roof.  It has mains gas central heating, PVC double-glazed windows, is in need of further updating and briefly provides: - Ground Floor - Storm Porch, Entrance Hall, Bedroom 1 / Study, Lounge, Conservatory, Kitchen / Dining Room and Side Porch; First Floor - Galleried Landing, Bathroom and two double Bedrooms.  The house is surrounded by enclosed level gardens that have been hard landscaped, with gravelled and paved patios, well stocked flower borders, fish pond, arbour, a small Garage / Workshop and parking bay.   EPC  -  D


 


PRICE: -    Offers over  £170,000 Note  -  No Forward Chain     


 


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


 


DIRECTIONS: -  From our office proceed South on the A483 (towards Builth Wells) and take the first right after the roundabout onto Montpellier Park.  Haven is on the right after 50 yards.   Sale board erected


From Builth Wells - take the A483 North to Llandrindod Wells.  On reaching the 30 m.p.h. zone continue past the Garage and take the third turning on the left (by the Montpellier Hotel) onto Montpellier Park.  Haven is on the right after 50 yards.   Sale board erected


 


SITUATION: -  Montpellier Park is a popular mature residential area, located on the Southern side of the town, within level walking distance of amenities.  Haven has a nice Southerly aspect and the garden backs onto Rock Park (mixed woodland with the bowling club, former Spa and runs down to the river).  The beautiful Lakeside Park is 150 yards, the Doctors Surgery, Chemists and Ridgebourne shopping area are roughly 300 yards (Service Station, Public House, take-away fish bar and bus stop) and the town centre is within 600 yards.


Llandrindod Wells is the County Town and administrative centre of Powys and has a good range of shops (Tesco Superstore & Aldi Supermarket), business facilities, successful schools, a Cottage 


Hospital and Railway Station (Shrewsbury to Swansea line).  Excellent leisure amenities include a sports centre,theatre, indoor bowls arena,    international quality bowls club, renowned golf course, game and course fishing.  


The market towns of Builth Wells, Rhayader, Knighton and Newtown are 8, 11, 19 and 27 miles away respectively.The coastal resort and University town of Aberystwyth, City of Hereford, Abergavenny and Merthyr Tydfil are all about an hours drive. Cardiff, Swansea and the Severn Bridge are just over a 1½-hour drive (dependent on traffic).


 


THE  RESIDENCE


Haven is an attractive detached house built in the late 1950’s from cavity brick walls with mainly rendered and coloured elevations, and part Cedar Wood clad gables, under a steep pitched tiled roof.  It has been enhanced with 


additional loft insulation and cavity wall insulation to reduce heating costs, but it requires further modernisation works to bring it up to current fashions.  Haven has mains gas central heating, PVC double-glazing and provides the  


following well proportioned accommodation: -


 


STORM  PORCH - Having an Aluminium patio door, quarry tiled floor, light and glazed door to 


ENTRANCE  HALL  - Being L-shaped with a picture rail, coving, radiator, window, staircase to First Floor (with 16 shallow steps), central heating thermostat, door bell, under stairs cupboard and doors to Bedroom 1 / Study, Lounge, Kitchen and 


CLOAKROOM  - Having a white toilet and hand basin (Note - The Hot Water Geyser is not working), together with tiled surrounds, mirror, shelf, radiator and window.


BEDROOM  1  /  STUDY      12’ 9”  x  9’ 9”      ( 3.89 m  x  2.97 m )


Having a radiator, picture rail, alcove, telephone point and large window to front (South).


LOUNGE      16’ 11”  x  12’ 10”      ( 5.15 m  x  3.92 m )


Having a tiled fireplace (presently blocked), coving, picture rail, large window to rear, radiator, television point, ceiling light, three wall lights and glazed door to 


CONSERVATORY      18’ 4”  x  9’ 9”      ( 5.59 m  x  2.98 m )


A lean-to structure built of dwarf walls with PVC double-glazed windows, polycarbonate multi-wall roof, built-in staging to three sides (with curtained storage under), radiator, plumbing for a washing machine, vent for a tumble drier and PVC French doors to the rear garden.


KITCHEN / DINING  ROOM      17’ 10”  x  12’ 2”  maximum  8’ 6”  minimum     ( 5.45 m  x  3.70 m  maximum   2.60 m minimum )


Being L-shaped with a suite of English Rose cabinets (wood with Formica fronts) incorporating eight base cupboards, two tall china / larder cupboards, stainless steel double-drainer sink and work tops with tiled surrounds.  In addition there is an electric cooker point, plumbing for a dishwasher, space for a fridge freezer, wall-mounted Worcester 24SDi gas boiler, radiator, picture rail, coving, walk-in  Larder (with shelving, electric meter and window) and door to


SIDE  PORCH  - Being half-glazed with a hardwood stable door to the garden (West). 


 


FIRST  FLOOR  -  GALLERIED  LANDING  - Having a window, airing cupboard (having a lagged hot water tank with electric immersion heater), recess to wardrobe, picture rail and access to loft.


BATHROOM  - Having a white close coupled toilet, Primrose yellow coloured pedestal wash basin and matching twin-grip panelled bath, together with half-tiled walls, heated ladder towel rail, mirror, shaver light, toiletries cabinet and window.


BEDROOM  2      (rear)      13’ 5”  x  11’ 4”      ( 4.09 m  x  3.47 m )


Having a radiator, picture rail and window overlooking the rear garden. 


BEDROOM  3      (front)     13’ 5”  x  11’ 4”      ( 4.09 m  x  3.47 m )


Having a radiator, picture rail and window to front (South).


 


OUTSIDE


MORTORBIKE  GARAGE  /  WORKSHOP       18’ 2”  x  9’ 0”  maximum   7’ 0”  minimum       


                                                               ( 5.53 m  x  2.75 m  maximum  2.14 m  minimum )


A concrete block lean-to structure with a corrugated asbestos and Perspex roof, pair of wooden doors and rear glazed personal door to  OPEN  -  FRONTED  STORES  -  with a corrugated Perspex roof.


 


GARDENS  -  Haven is set behind a concrete block wall with a wrought iron pedestrian gate and a pair of matching gates give access to a short concrete drive.  The gardens were hard landscaped many years ago to reduce garden   maintenance (Note - No grass to cut).  To the front there is a gravelled forecourt with evergreen and flowering shrubs and this continues around the Western side and rear, with gravelled areas broken up with rectangular flower borders incorporating herbaceous  perennials, flowering and dwarf evergreen shrubs.  In addition there are paved patio areas, an arbour, water tap, outside light, a semi-circular fish pond (with water lilies and electric power supply) and screen hedges provide good privacy from the North and East. 


 


SERVICES:  Mains electricity, gas, telephone, drainage and water are connected. Gas central heating.    


(Note:  The Agents have not tested the installations)


 


FIXTURES  &  FITTINGS described in this brochure are included in the sale price.  Note - Some furniture and effects are available subject to negotiation.


 


TENURE:  The property is freehold.  NOTE  -  NO  FORWARD  CHAIN


 


LOCAL AUTHORITY: Powys County Council, County Hall, 


Llandrindod Wells, Powys  LD1 5LG       Tel: (01597)  826000    


COUNCIL  TAX   Band  ‘ E ’   ( Approx. £1647.78 payable 2017 / 18 )