10 Ithon Close , Llandrindod Wells
LD1 £125,000 < Back

Features

  • 3-bed end-of-terrace house
  • Kitchen
  • Lounge / Diner
  • Bathroom
  • Mature flower garden
  • Gas central heating
  • PVC double glazing
  • Set in a cul-de-sac
  • With 1/2 mile of town amenities

Description

10  Ithon Close, Llandrindod Wells, Powys LD1 BD


 


COMPRISING: -  An attractive end-of-terrace house built in the 1980’s from cavity brick and block walls, under a concrete tiled roof.  It has been upgraded over the years and has a mains gas condensing boiler, additional insulation and PVC double-glazing to reduce running costs, and it briefly provides: - Canopy Porch, Entrance Hall, Cloakroom, Kitchen, Lounge / Diner, Landing, two double Bedrooms, one single Bedroom and Bathroom, together with a decorative, well-stocked open plan fore garden and an enclosed rear garden with mature shrubs and perennials.   EPC  -  C   ( 73 )


 


PRICE: -           £125,000


 


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


 


DIRECTIONS: - From our office take the A483 North for ½-mile then turn left over the level-crossing.  Continue straight on at the roundabout then take the first left onto Hillcrest Drive.  Turn left at the T-junction, then right after 50 yards into Ithon Close.  Number 10 is at the far end on the right.  Sale board erected


 


SITUATION: -  Ithon Close forms part of a large modern residential area on the North-western side of town, that was started in the 1970’s and was completed around 1991.  This house has an Easterly aspect and is about a ½-mile walk from Tesco, a take-away and the High School, and the town centre is within ¾-mile.  Llandrindod Wells is the County Town of and administrative centre of Powys and has a range of shopping and business facilities, Tesco Superstore, Aldi Supermarket, successful schools, Cottage Hospital and Railway Station (Shrewsbury to Swansea line).  Local leisure facilities include a Sports Centre, indoor and outdoor bowls (International quality), renowned 18-hole Golf Course, Game and Coarse fishing.  The market towns of Builth Wells, Rhayader, Knighton, Brecon and Newtown are 8, 10, 19, 24 and 26 miles distant, with Hereford, Abergavenny and Aberystwyth all about an hour’s drive, and Cardiff, Swansea, Worcester and the Severn Bridge all roughly a 1½-hour drive (dependent on traffic conditions).  In the 2015 and 2017 Rightmove surveys LD1 (Llandrindod Wells postal area) was declared “the friendliest place to move to in the UK” and “Happiest Town in Wales” (Editors Note  - Most of the top towns in these surveys were developed in the Victorian era).


 


THE  RESIDENCE: - An attractive end-of-terrace house (of a block of 3) built around 1983 from cavity brick and block walls, under a concrete tiled roof.  Number 10 has been up-dated over the years with the installation of wood-grained PVC double-glazing, a condensing gas boiler and additional loft insulation to improve efficiency, the house is in excellent decorative order and it provides the following comfortable accommodation: -


CANOPY PORCH  - Having a double-glazed door to


ENTRANCE  HALL  - Having a radiator, open staircase to first floor, glazed door to Lounge and doors to Kitchen, Store Room and


CLOAKROOM  - having a white coloured toilet, hand basin and window.


KITCHEN     10’ 1”  x  8’ 6”     ( 3.07 m  x  2.60 m )


Having a range of light oak fronted cabinets incorporating six base cupboards, one wall cupboard, larder cupboard, inset stainless steel 1½-bowl sink and work tops with tiled surrounds.  In addition there are electric and gas cooker points, plumbing for a washing machine and dishwasher, radiator, extractor fan and Ideal gas boiler.


STORE  ROOM     6’ 8”  x  5’ 10”      ( 2.04 m  x  1.78 m )


LOUNGE / DINER         15’ 7”  x  9’ 8”   plus   10’ 1”  x  8’ 6”                  ( 4.76 m  x  2.98 m   plus   3.07 m  x  2.60 m )


Being L-shaped and having a living-flame gas fire, television point, two radiators, two ceiling lights, window and glazed door to the rear garden.


 


FIRST  FLOOR


GALLERIED LANDING  - Having and airing cupboard and access to loft.


BEDROOM  1     (rear)     9’ 9”  x  6’ 8”  ( 2.97 m  x  2.03 m )  Having a radiator.


BEDROOM  2     (rear)     15’ 6”  x  8’ 8”     ( 4.74 m  x  2.64 m )


Having a radiator, television and telephone points and built-in double wardrobe.


BEDROOM  3     (front)     12’ 3”  x  8’ 8”     ( 3.74 m  x  2.64 m )


Having a radiator and built-in double wardrobe.


BATHROOM  - Having a white suite incorporating a toilet, pedestal wash basin and twin-grip panelled bath, together with tiled surrounds, radiator, mirror with strip light over, shaver point and electric wall heater.


 


OUTSIDE 


GARDENS - The house is approached over a flight of seven steps and to the front there is a well stocked flower garden with evergreen and flower shrubs, neatly clipped conifer hedge.  A path with a gate runs around the side to an enclosed rear garden which has herbaceous perennials, mixed shrubs and Garden Shed (6’ x 4’), surrounded by wooden screen fencing. 


 


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


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


TENURE:  The property is freehold.    


LOCAL AUTHORITY:  Powys County Council, County Hall, Llandrindod Wells,  Powys    LD1  5LG   Tel: (01597) 826000   COUNCIL TAX  - Band ‘C’ Approx  £1,316 2018 / 19


Note  -  Most photos taken with a wide angle lens.