9 Brickfield Cottages, Llandrindod Wells
LD1 £85,000 < Back

Features

  • Traditional 2-bed cottage
  • 2 Receptions
  • Shower Room
  • Enclosed gardens
  • Double glazing
  • Located 150 yards from local shopping area

Description

9  Brickfield  Cottages, Brookland Road, Llandrindod Wells, LD1 6DE


 


COMPRISING: - An attractive late Victorian terraced cottage, built from brick walls under a slate roof, with a later single storey extension.  It has enhanced by the installation of double-glazed windows and rear porch, and it briefly provides: - Entrance Hall, Lounge, Living Room, Kitchen, Shower Room,  Landing, two double Bedrooms and Attic Room.  Outside there is a small walled forecourt and enclosed rear garden with a paved patio, flower borders and two storage sheds.


 


PRICE: - £85,000


 


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


 


DIRECTIONS: - From our office proceed North on the A483 (towards Newtown) for ½ mile then turn left over the level-crossing onto Brookland Road.  Number 9 is on the left after 150  yards.   ( Sale Board erected )  


 


SITUATION: -  This cottage has a pleasant southerly aspect at the rear and is fronted by a road that is restricted to light vehicles.  It is convenient located to facilities, a shop / sub-Post Office and ‘take away’ are 150 yards, the Tesco Superstore, a public house and Primary School are approximately 500 yards and the town centre is about a ½-mile walk. 


Llandrindod Wells is the County Town and administrative centre of Powys and has a good range of shops, business facilities, Tesco and Aldi Supermarkets, successful schools, Cottage Hospital, Railway Station (Shrewsbury to Swansea line) and Bus Station.  Excellent leisure amenities include a sports centre, indoor and outdoor bowls (international quality), 18-hole Golf Course, Theatre, game and coarse fishing.  The market towns of Builth Wells, Rhayader, Knighton and Newtown are 8, 10, 19 and 27 miles away.  The coastal resort and University Town of Aberystwyth and the City of Hereford are both about an hour’s drive, with Cardiff, Swansea, Worcester and the Severn Bridge around a 1½ hour drive (dependent on traffic conditions).  This is a fine Victorian Spa Resort and in the Rightmove surveys  of 2015 and 2017 LD1 was declared “the friendliest place to move to in the UK” and the “Happiest Town in Wales”.


 


THE  RESIDENCE: -  This mid-terraced cottage is shown on the 1902 OS plan and forms part of a block of nine similar houses, possibly built from bricks from the neighbouring former brick works, with a natural slate roof.  The cottage has a single-storey extension at the rear to accommodate the kitchen and shower room, built from brick or block walls with rendered and whitewashed elevations and a shallow pitched corrugated steel roof.  Number 9 has been updated with Aluminium double-glazed sash windows at the front, PVC double-glazed windows and doors at the rear and a “Wet” shower room, but it requires further modernisation to include central heating and new kitchen suite.  It provides the following accommodation: -


GROUND  FLOOR


ENTRANCE  HALL - Having part-glazed door, telephone point, staircase to First Floor and glazed door to Lounge and door to Living Room


LOUNGE      11’ 3”  x  9’ 0”      ( 3.43 m  x  2.75 m )


Having a tiled fireplace fitted with a Valor radiant gas fire, television point, two alcove shelves and aluminium double-glazed sash window to front 


LIVING ROOM      11’ 10”  x  11’ 12”      ( 3.61  x  3.41 m )


Having a Valor radiant gas fire, door bell, television and telephone points, under stairs cupboard (with shelving), alcove cupboard and sliding glazed door to


KITCHEN      


Having a range of cream coloured units with wood trims, incorporating three base cupboards, two wall cupboards, inset stainless steel sink, worktops with tiled surrounds together with electric and gas cooker points. In addition there is plumbing for a washing machine, space for a tumble drier and fridge, electric heater, window,  double-glazed door to a PVC double-glazed  REAR  PORCH  and door to


WET  SHOWER  ROOM - In two sections with a toilet, pedestal wash basin and shower area with electric Shower and curtain together with tiled splash backs, extractor fan, electric towel heater, fan heater and window.


 


FIRST  FLOOR  LANDING  -  small landing


BEDROOM  1      (front)      12’ 1”  x  11’ 3”      ( 3.68 m  x  3.42 m )


Having a built-in wardrobes and aluminium double glazed sash window


BEDROOM  2     (rear)     12’ 1”  x  11’ 2”     ( 3.68  x  3.40 m )


Having PVC double glazed window to rear, built in airing cupboard (with electric immersion heater ) and enclosed very steep staircase to


 


ATTIC  ROOM      12 ’ 1”  x  12’ 10”   maximum    ( 3.69 m  x  3.91m ) 


           ( Note approximately 3’ 10”  or  1.17 m  at  eaves)


Having a sloping ceiling, small roof light, and under eaves storage cupboards. 


 


OUTSIDE  -  To the front there is a small walled forecourt with a wrought iron gate. Rear patio garden (approximately 43’ long and 15’ wide), set on the other side of a shared pedestrian access with wooden fencing paved and concrete areas, flower borders, trellis clothed with a clematis and climbing rose, and two storage sheds (one brick with a slate roof and one built from timber).


 


SERVICES  - Mains gas, electric, water, drainage and telephone are connected to the property.   


Note  -  This house is unoccupied and the Agents have not tested the installations.


FIXTURES & FITTINGS - as described in this brochure are included in the price.  Certain other items may be available subject to negotiation.


TENURE - Freehold with No Forward Chain


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


Tel: (01597) 826000  COUNCIL  TAX   -   Band  B  ( Approximately £1143.77 for 2018 - 2019 )