Haddon Llanyre, Llandrindod Wells
LD1 £290,000 < Back

Features

  • Pony paddock
  • All weather-menage with field shelters
  • Edwardian 4-bed detached house
  • 3 receptions
  • 34' workshop
  • LPG central heating
  • Double glazing
  • convenient village location
  • walking distance to local pub
  • 1.5 miles from town centre amenities

Description

Edwardian 4-bed, 2-bath detached house with pony paddock, all weather menage and field shelters, having beautiful views and set in a convenient village location.


Haddon, Llanyre, Llandrindod Wells, Powys, LD1 6DY


COMPRISING: -  An elegant Edwardian double-fronted detached house, built from brick walls with part rendered elevations, under a slate roof.  It has been tastefully modernised, has LPG central heating, double-glazing and briefly provides: - Entrance Lobby, Lounge, Dining Room, Kitchen, Study / Family Room, Landing, four Bedrooms (one with en-suite Bathroom) and Family Shower Room, together with parking for five cars, a 510 ft² Garage / Workshop (48.5 m²), an easily maintained level garden with excellent privacy and a 0.822-acre paddock with an all-weather Ménage, two field shelters and feed store (located across the road).   EPC  -  F


PRICE: - Offers over £290,000      Note  -  No forward chain


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


DIRECTIONS: -  From Llandrindod Wells take the A4081 towards Rhayader and Newbridge-on-Wye.  After crossing the bridge over the River Ithon climb the hill then take the second junction on the right for Llanyre.  Haddon is located directly opposite the T-junction, but turn right then first left onto Pantyrhiwen Lane to access the rear parking.  Sale Boards erected


SITUATION: -  Llanyre is a pretty, small village set in the Ithon Valley surrounded by undulating farmland, with just a Church and a fine public house / restaurant (¼-mile), with a regular bus service to the neighbouring towns.  Haddon has an Easterly aspect and is set beside a minor road that runs through the village.  A council maintained road gives access at the rear to Haddon and Haddon Court (four luxury houses), and the pony paddock is located on the opposite side of the road.  The County Town of Llandrindod Wells is only 1½-miles away, with a safe footpath and has a good range of shopping and business facilities to include a Tesco Superstore, Aldi Supermarket, Hay and Brecon Farmers Store, successful schools, a Cottage    Hospital and Railway Station (Shrewsbury to Swansea Line).  In the 2015 and 2017 Rightmove Surveys the Llandrindod Wells area (LD1) was declared “the friendliest place to move to in the UK” and “Happiest town in Wales”.  The small historic market towns of Rhayader and Builth Wells are both 9 miles distant, and within a 10 mile radius there is an excellent range of leisure amenities to include three Leisure centres, two 18-hole Golf Courses, indoor and outdoor Bowls, Cinema and Theatre.  The area is renowned for its outstanding natural beauty, ideal for walking, riding and mountain biking, with good river and lake fishing on Llyn Gwyn and the Elan Valley Reservoirs (approximately 5 and 12 miles distant).  The market towns of Knighton and Newtown are approximately 19 and 27 miles distant, with the City of Hereford and the coastal resort and University Town of Aberystwyth both about an hours drive, and Cardiff, Swansea and the Severn Bridge are just over a 1½-hour drive.


THE  RESIDENCE: -  Haddon is an attractive Edwardian double-fronted detached property and the Northern front room (Study / Family Room) was  originally a shop, making it ideal for somebody who wants to run a business from home.  It is constructed from brick walls with part rendered and whitewashed elevations under a slate roof.  It has been tastefully upgraded over the years to form a comfortable family home with LPG gas central heating, u-PVC double-glazed windows, fitting a modern kitchen etc and it provides the following accommodation: - 


GROUND  FLOOR


ENTRANCE  LOBBY  - Having a hardwood panelled door, with fanlight over, cloak hooks, telephone point, staircase to first floor and door to


LOUNGE      13’ 9”  x  10’ 8”      ( 4.20 m  x  3.25 m )
Having a Baxi Bermuda radiant gas fire with a back boiler, alcove cupboards on both sides, television point, Aluminium  double-glazed bay window (6’ 6” or 2.0 m wide), radiator, under stairs cupboard, coving, ceramic tiled floor, door to Study (runs under the stairs) and wide arch to


DINING  ROOM      14’ 3”  x  10’ 0”      ( 4.33 m  x  3.04 m )
Having a tiled floor, coving, radiator, four spot lights, patio door to rear garden and door to 


KITCHEN      12’ 5”  x  9’ 11”      ( 3.79 m  x  3.02 m )
Having a range of wood effect cabinets incorporating five base cupboards, eight wall cupboards, three glazed dresser    cupboards, inset stainless steel 1½-bowl sink, cooker hood and work tops with tiled surrounds.  In addition there is an electric cooker point, plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher (eight place settings), space for tumble drier and fridge freezer, convector heater, tiled floor, coving, door to rear garden and door to


STUDY  (Former  Shop)      12’ 9”  x  11’ 0”      ( 3.35 m  x  3.90 m )
Having an Aluminium double-glazed bay window, laminate flooring, vertical radiator, hardwood door to front, coving, cloak hooks, telephone point and built-in wall safe.


FIRST  FLOOR


GALLERIED  LANDING  -  On two levels with a radiator and access to loft.


BEDROOM  1      (front)      13’ 10”  x  10’ 1”      ( 4.21 m  x  3.07 m )
Having a radiator in a cabinet, picture rail, two built-in double wardrobes, triple ceiling light, pair of matching wall lights and  fine views (see photo on Page 1).


BEDROOM  2      (rear)      10’ 2”  x  7’ 6”      ( 3.10 m  x  2.30 m )
Having radiator, built-in dressing table and two double wardrobes.


BEDROOM  3      (rear)     10’ 2”  x  8’ 9”    ( 3.10  x  2.66 m )
Having a radiator, built-in dressing table, two double wardrobes, window to rear, Velux roof light and door to


EN - SUITE  BATHROOM - Having a misty grey coloured suite incorporating a toilet, pedestal wash basin and twin-grip  panelled bath with shower / mixer taps, together with half tiled walls, radiator, shaver light, window and extractor fan.


SHOWER  ROOM  -  Having a champagne coloured suite incorporating a toilet, pedestal wash basin and shower cubicle with a thermostatic shower and glazed door, together with tiled surrounds, shaver light, mirror, window, radiator and airing cupboard (with an electric immersion heater and shelving).


BEDROOM  4      (front)      11’ 2”  minimum  x  7’ 10”     ( 3.40 m  minimum  x  2.39 m )
Having two windows, radiator, built-in cupboard, part wainscoting and fine views.


OUTSIDE


GARAGE / WORKSHOP      34’ 4”  x  14’ 11”  overall    ( 10.46 m  x  4.54 m )
Built from concrete block walls with whitewashed elevations, galvanised steel roof, a pair of large wooden doors, two      windows to East, personal door, internal partitioning, lighting and power points.


GARDEN  - Haddon is set behind a small forecourt with a wooden picket fence and a gate and path runs around the Northern side, between the house and Garage.   At the rear (West) there is a large paved terrace with a small lawn that continues around the Southern side, with mature shrubs and excellent privacy from a tall fence and conifer hedging.  Behind this there is a small enclosed area with a Bulk Propane Gas Tank (Leased) and an open hardcore parking area in conjunction with the drive gives parking space for at least five cars.


PONY  PADDOCK  -  Located on the opposite side of the road and extending to 0.822-acre, or thereabouts, with Planning Consent for Change of Use to Equestrian, erection of a Field Shelter, hard standing, etc dated 2001.


Ménage   ( 40 m  x  20 m  approximately) finished with a sand surface over a Geotex membrane, over hard core scalping, with land drains to the adjacent brook.  


Field Shelter  - A timber structure with profile steel roofing, divided into two main sections (approximately 12’ square and  9’ square) together with a small feed store. 


 


SERVICES - Mains electricity, water, drainage and telephone are connected.   Propane gas central heating with leased bulk tank.     Note: The four modern houses in Haddon Court have mains gas.   The Agents have not tested the installations.
FIXTURES & FITTINGS described in this brochure are included in the price.  Certain other items are available subject to negotiation.
TENURE  -  The property is freehold.  Vacant possession upon completion and there is no forward chain.   
LOCAL  AUTHORITY  -  Powys County Council, County Hall, Llandrindod Wells, Powys,  LD1 5LG   Tel:  (01597)  826000   COUNCIL  TAX  -  Band  E 


Note - Most of the photographs were taken with a wide angle lens.


Please do not hesitate to phone or email if you have any questions before travelling to make viewings.