4 Brookland Cottages, Llandrindod Wells
LD1 £84,000 < Back


  • 2-bed end-of-terrace cottage
  • Kitchen
  • Lounge
  • Bathroom
  • Gas central heating
  • PVC double glazing
  • Enclosed rear gardens
  • 150 yards from local shopping area


4  Brookland  Cottages, Brookland  Road, Llandrindod  Wells, LD1 6DB


COMPRISING: -  An attractive Victorian end-of-terrace cottage, built from stone walls under a slate roof.  It has been enhanced by the installation of u-PVC double-glazing, has mains gas central heating and briefly provides: - Lounge, Inner Hall, Kitchen, Landing, two Bedrooms and Bathroom.  In addition there is a small lawned forecourt and an enclosed rear garden with a patio and shed.


PRICE: -       Offers over  £84,000


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 4 is the fourth stone cottage on the left. (Sale Board).  


SITUATION: -  This cottage is built on a slightly elevated plot, has a pleasant Southerly aspect at the rear and is fronted by a road that is restricted to light vehicles and buses.  It is conveniently located to facilities, a shop / sub-Post Office and ‘take away’ are within 150 yards.  The Tesco Superstore, a public house and Trefonnen Primary School are approximately 500 yards and the town centre is a ½-mile walk.  Llandrindod Wells is the County Town and administrative centre of Powys and has a good range of shops (Aldi Supermarket), business facilities, successful schools,  Cottage Hospital and Railway Station (Shrewsbury to Swansea line).  Excellent leisure amenities include a sports centre, indoor and outdoor bowls, 18-hole golf course, 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, Merthyr Tydfil, Abergavenny and the City of Hereford are all about an hour’s drive, with Cardiff, Swansea and the Severn Bridge around a 1½-hour drive (dependent on traffic conditions).  Llandrindod was developed after 1860 as 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 -  A traditional Victorian end-of-terrace cottage, of a block of four, built from stone walls under a slate roof.  It has been enhanced by the installation of mains gas central heating and u-PVC double-glazing, the roof has been re-slated and extra loft insulation has been installed.   You can see from the plan on Page 2 that the first floor is one room larger than the ground floor because the second bedroom runs over the kitchen of Number 3 (Note - Held on a Flying Freehold).  Number 4 is a charming home and provides the following  accommodation: -


LOUNGE      12’ 3”  x  10’ 2”      ( 3.74  x  3.11 m )

Having a PVC door, radiant gas fire set in a tiled fireplace, alcove cupboard and book shelves, radiator, window to front (North) and door  to

INNER  HALL  - having a staircase to First Floor and door to

KITCHEN      13’ 5”  x  7’ 3”     ( 4.09  x  2.22m )

Having a range of white cabinets incorporating four base cupboards, stainless steel double drainer sink, work tops, cooker point, plumbing for a washing machine, part shelf and space for a fridge/freezer.  In addition there is a radiator, Glow Worm gas boiler, window to West and PVC double-glazed door to the rear garden.


FIRST FLOOR - GALLERIED LANDING  -  Having a window, access to loft and doors to Bedroom 1 and Study (secondary landing).

BEDROOM  1      (front)    10’ 6”  x   9’ 1”     ( 3.20  x  2.77 m )

Having a radiator and built-in wardrobe. 

STUDY      7’ 4”  x  7’ 5”     ( 2.24  x  2.27 m )

Partially sloping ceiling, Velux roof light and doors to the Bathroom and

BEDROOM  2      (rear)     13’ 7”  x  7’ 7”     ( 4.14  x  2.33 m )

Partially sloping ceiling, radiator, Velux roof light and airing cupboard.

BATHROOM  -  Having a turquiose coloured suite incorporating a toilet, pedestal wash basin and panelled bath, together with a radiator, shaver point, partially sloping ceiling and window.


OUTSIDE  - The house is approached over a wide flight of four steps from the pavement and is fronted by a dwarf stone wall and small lawn, with gravel paths.  A narrow gated path gives access to rear garden.  At the rear there is a small concrete yard and a small rectangular area suitable for a shed and dust bin (approx. 15’ x 10’) and a grass path leads to a private garden that runs behind Number 3’s garden and is laid to grass.


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

Note  -  The Agents have not tested the installations.

FIXTURES & FITTINGS  as described in this brochure are included in the price.  

LOCAL  AUTHORITY   -  Powys County Council, County Hall, Llandrindod Wells, Powys  LD1 5LG   Tel: (01597) 826000  COUNCIL  TAX   -   Band  C     TENURE  -  Freehold