18 Disserth View, Llandrindod Wells
LD1 £128,000 < Back


  • Spacious 3-bed end-of-terrace house
  • Kitchen
  • Lounge / Diner
  • Bathroom
  • Conservatory
  • Garden
  • Parking
  • Oil central heating
  • u-PVC double glazing
  • 300 yards from bus stop


18  Disserth  View, Howey, Llandrindod Wells, Powys, LD1 5PJ


COMPRISING: - A deceptively spacious end-of-terrace house (of a block of three), built in 2004 by an award winning local company from a highly insulated timber frame with brick elevations and concrete tiled roof.  It has u-PVC double-glazed windows, oil central heating, security system and briefly provides: -  Canopy Porch, Entrance Hall, Cloakroom, 21’ Lounge / Diner, Kitchen, Conservatory, Landing, three bedrooms and Bathroom, together with parking for four cars, open-plan front garden and an enclosed rear garden with a lawn, patio, mixed shrubs, Garden Shed and screen fencing. 


PRICE: - £128,000   ( No Forward Chain)


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


DIRECTIONS: - From Llandrindod Wells take the A483 South (towards Builth Wells) for 2 miles to Howey.  Continue past the junctions for Hundred House and Disserth then turn left onto Llwynbrain Villas.  Turn right after 50 yards and continue straight on for 150 yards to Disserth View.  Number 18 is the first house on the left hand side.  Sale Board erected 

From Builth Wells  take the A483 North for 5 miles to Howey.  On reaching the 50 m.p.h. speed zone turn right immediately, opposite the Bus Stop, onto Llwynbrain Villas and continue as above.


SITUATION: -  Disserth View is a private development of 19 houses and bungalows that was completed in 2005 located on the Southern edge of a small village, bordering onto farmland.  It is approached over a road that serves an older estate that was built by the Local Authority and some private housing.  Number 18 has a Westerly aspect and is found at the beginning of the estate with distant views from the rear bedroom.  This house is approximately ½-mile from the centre of the small village of Howey, which has a Public Houses, Thai Restaurant, Church, Chapel and Community Centre.   A bus stop at the junction with the A483 (300 yards) provides regular bus services to the neighbouring towns of Llandrindod Wells, Builth Wells and Rhayader (2½, 5 and 11 miles distant respectively) and the T4 Bus runs between Newtown and Cardiff.  Together they provide a good range of shopping and business facilities, successful schools, a College of Further Education, Cottage Hospitals, Railway Station (Shrewsbury to Swansea line), three sports centres, indoor and outdoor bowls, two 18-hole golf courses, game and coarse fishing.  The area is noted for it’s outstanding natural beauty and tranquillity, with nearby open moorland and quiet lanes ideal for walking and cycling.  In a recent Rightmove Survey Llandrindod Wells was declared the as “happiest town in Wales” and in the 2015 Rightmove Survey the LD1 Post Code area was “the friendliest place to move to in the UK”.  The City of Hereford, University Town and coastal resort of Aberystw