9 Dolyfan, Newbridge On Wye, Llandrindod Wells
LD1 £110,000 < Back


  • Modernised 3-bed end-of-terrace house
  • OIl central heating
  • PVC double glazing
  • Enclosed rear garden
  • Set in a quiet village location
  • 1/4 mile from village amenities


9  Dolyfan, Newbridge-on-Wye, Llandrindod  Wells, Powys LD1  6LL


COMPRISING: -  An attractive end-of-terrace house built around 1980 from cavity brick and block walls with a concrete tiled roof.  It has been enhanced with modern kitchen and bathroom suites, u-PVC double-glazing and oil central heating and briefly provides: - Storm Porch, Hall, Cloakroom, Kitchen, Lounge, Rear Hall, Landing, two double Bedrooms, one single Bedroom and Bathroom, together with a small open plan fore garden and an enclosed rear garden with a paved patio, Garden Shed, PVC oil-tank, shrubs and wooden fencing.  EPC  -  ‘E’


PRICE: -       Open to offers over  £110,000        Note  -  No  Forward  Chain


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


DIRECTIONS: - From Llandrindod Wells take the A4081 and B4358 to Newbridge-on-Wye.  Turn right at the T-junction by the New Inn onto the A470 for Rhayader.  Go down the hill then turn left onto Dolyfan (opposite the Shop and before the Golden Lion Pub), follow the road around to the left to a car park.  Number 9 is the last house on the right on the far side of The Green. 


SITUATION: - Dolyfan is a development of houses and bungalows that was built by the Local Authority on the former Railway Yard.  Number 9 is set on the far side of a Green, that is still maintained by the Council and is approached over a path that continues around to the rear of the terrace.  It has a sunny Southerly aspect to the rear garden and there are pleasant views from all three bedroom.  This house is only 150 yards from a village shop / sub-Post Office and two Public Houses, and there is a Primary School, Garage, Church and Chapel within about ¼-mile.  The County Town of Llandrindod Wells is 4½ miles and has a good range of shopping (Tesco Superstore, Aldi Supermarket), business and education facilities, Cottage Hospital and Railway Station (Shrewsbury to Swansea line).  The Upper Wye Valley is renowned for its outstanding natural beauty and tranquillity, and has excellent recreation amenities to include a 3 Sports Centres, indoor and outdoor Bowls (International standard), two 18-hole Golf Courses, river and lake fishing, competitive cycling and the Elan Valley Dams are about 11 miles.  The market towns of Builth Wells, Rhayader, Knighton and Llanidloes are approximately 5½, 8 and 21 miles distant, with the City of Hereford and the coastal resort and University town of Aberystwyth both about an hour’s drive.  Note - Rightmove Surveys in 2015 and 2017 stated that the LD1 Post Code area was “Friendliest place to move to in Great Britain” and “Llandrindod was the happiest town in Wales”.


THE  RESIDENCE:  -  A well proportioned end-of-terrace house built around 1980 from cavity brick and block walls, under concrete tiled roofs.  This house has been enhanced to include installation of modern kitchen and bathroom suites, u-PVC double-glazing, central heating, new internal doors, new roof over the Porch, etc.  Number 9 has oil-fired central heating, the interior has just been emulsioned and it provides the following comfortable accommodation: - 


STORM PORCH  - Having a PVC double-glazed entrance door and half-glazed door to

ENTRANCE  HALL  -  Having a staircase to first floor, under stairs cupboard and doors to the Kitchen, Lounge, Rear Hall and

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

KITCHEN      12’ 2”  x  10’ 11”      ( 3.37 m  x  3.73 m )

Having a modern suite of white cabinets, incorporating five base cupboards, two wall cupboards, inset stainless steel sink, integrated ceramic hob, stainless steel electric oven and work tops with tiled surrounds.  In addition there is plumbing for a washing machine, space for a fridge / freezer, radiator and window to front.

LOUNGE / DINER      12’ 3”  x  11’ 2”    ( 3.73 m  x  3.43 m ) 

Having a small wood burning stove, radiator and patio doors to the rear garden.

REAR  HALL / STORES      8’ 0”  x  5’ 11”      ( 2.44 m  x  1.80 m )

Having Worcester oil-fired boiler, cloak hooks and double-glazed door to rear garden.



GALLERIED  LANDING   - Having a radiator, linen cupboard and access to loft.

BEDROOM  1      (rear)      7’ 10”  x  6’ 0”      ( 2.39 m  x  1.83 m ) - Having a radiator, 

BEDROOM  2      (rear)      12’ 3”  x  11’ 3”     ( 3.74 m  x  3.44 m ) - Having a radiator, 

BEDROOM  3      (front)     10’ 11”  x  9’ 3”     ( 3.34 m  x  2.8 m ) - Having a radiator

BATHROOM  -  Having a modern white suite incorporating a toilet, pedestal wash basin and panelled bath with an electric shower and glazed screen over, tiled surrounds, ladder towel heater, mirror and two windows.


OUTSIDE  -  To the front there is a small level lawn, a flower bed and ornamental conifers.  At the rear there is a large paved patio, a level lawn, small shed, PVC Oil Tank and raised bed, with picket fencing on two sides and a close boarded fence on the other.


SERVICES  -  Mains electricity, water, drainage and telephone are connected.   Oil central heating.  (Note:  The Agents have not tested the installations).

FIXTURES  &  FITTINGS   as described in this brochure are included in the sale price.    Certain items of furniture are available subject to negotiation.  

TENURE  -  The property is freehold with  No Forward Chain.  

LOCAL  AUTHORITY - Powys County Council, County Hall, Llandrindod Wells,  Powys,  LD1 5LG    Tel: 01597 826000      COUNCIL  TAX    Band  B