Beechwood Wellington Road, Llandrindod Wells
LD1 £220,000 < Back

Features

  • mainly underfloor heating
  • detached 3 bed house
  • 2 receptions
  • split level kitchen
  • 2 receptions
  • double garage/workshop
  • 1/4 mile from town amenities
  • garden with patio
  • log store, garden sheds, aluminium greenhouse
  • parking for 3 cars

Description

An attractive, tastefully modernised Victorian 3-bed, 2-bath detached house with 2 receptions, gas CH, double glazing, double Garage / Workshop, parking and garden, located 1/4 -mile from local amenities.


Beechwood, Wellington Road, Llandrindod Wells, Powys LD1 5NB 


COMPRISING: - An imposing, sympathetically extended detached house, built with brick elevations and slate roofs, mains gas central heating (under floor heating downstairs), full double-glazing, character features, good quality fittings and briefly provides: - Canopy Porch, Entrance Hall, 19’10” Lounge / Diner, Study, split-level Kitchen (Granite work tops), Cloakroom, Landing, three Bedrooms, Bathroom and Shower Room.  In addition there is a small walled forecourt, superb detached double Garage / Workshop (with remote control door and  storage loft over), Log Store, two garden sheds, Aluminium Greenhouse, Veranda, Patio, raised vegetable beds, orchard and parking for three cars (in tandem).   EPC - D


 


PRICE: - Open to offer over  £220,000


 


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


 


DIRECTIONS: - From our office proceed South towards Builth Wells on the A483 for nearly ¾-mile, passing the Service Station and Beechwood is on the left at the brow of the hill, opposite a hump-back bridge.  Sale Board Erected.


From Builth Wells  - Take the A483 to Llandrindod Wells.  Beechwood is on the right ¼-mile after the 30 mph sign.


 


SITUATION: -  Beechwood is set in a convenient location on the Southern end of the town, fronting onto the A483 and only ¼-mile from a Nisa convenience store, take-away fish bar and pub.  The house has a Westerly aspect, there are there are pleasant views from the bedrooms and on the far side of the road there is a trees lined railway cutting (10 trains daily).   There are two parks 500 yards away, the town centre is ¾-mile and a Bus Stop is only 50 yards away, with regular services to the neighbouring towns and on to Cardiff. 


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).  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”.  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, 11, 20, 24 and 27 miles distant, with Hereford,             Abergavenny and Aberystwyth all about an hour’s drive.  Cardiff, Swansea, Worcester and the Severn Bridge are all just over a 1½-hour drive (dependent on traffic conditions).


 


THE  RESIDENCE: -  Beechwood is an attractive 2-storey detached house that was built around 1900 from brick walls under a slate roof.  It was purchased by the vendors in 2003 and over the next 3 years it was completely refurbished and remodelled, to include the building of a matching 2-storey extension at the rear.  The house has wooden double-glazed windows at the front (to retain the character), wood-grained PVC double-glazed windows and French doors at the rear, new insulated ground floors with under-floor heating and condensing gas boiler.  The house incorporates many features, to include some exposed        brickwork, pine internal doors, a multi-fuel stove, Oak and tiled flooring downstairs, a nice spacious bathroom, good quality kitchen fittings with Granite work tops, new Garage and Veranda.  Sadly Mr Humphreys demised before he could finish the last of the works, to include a balcony off the rear bedroom and landscaping the grounds.  Beechwood provides the following comfortable accommodation: -  


 


GROUND   FLOOR


CANOPY  PORCH  - Having a half-glazed door to 


ENTRANCE  HALL  - Having engineered oak flooring, fan light, open staircase to First Floor and doors to the Study and 


LOUNGE / DINER      19’ 10”  x  10’ 1”      ( 6.06m  x  3.09m)  


Having a wood burning stove set in a brick fireplace, engineered oak flooring, bay window to front, television and telephone point, wall lights and PVC French doors to the Veranda and rear garden.


STUDY      10’ 9”  x  10’ 4”      ( 3.29 m  x  3.17 m )


Having engineered oak flooring, one exposed brick wall, window to front, telephone point and door to


KITCHEN  -  On two levels and fitted with an Oak fronted suite of cabinets.


Upper Level         10’ 6”  x  8’ 6”  average      ( 3.20m  x  2.60m  average )


Having four base cupboards, three wall cupboards, two glazed wall cupboards, wine rack, towel rail, inset stainless steel      1½-bowl sink, Granite work tops with tiled surrounds, integrated Bosch stainless steel gas hob, chimney cooker hood and   eye-level electric double oven.  In addition there is plumbing for a dishwasher, space for a fridge, an Oak breakfast bar, part       exposed brick walling, under stairs Larder, tiled floor and two steps down to


Lower Level      12’ 0”  x  8’ 5”  average      ( 3.65m  x  2.58m  average )


Having seven base cupboards, Granite and Oak work tops with tiles surrounds, deep glazed Belfast sink, Worcester gas combi-boiler, plumbing for a washing machine, space for a tumble drier and freezer, double aspect windows (East and South), tiled floor, built-in broom cupboard, half-glazed door to rear garden and door to


CLOAKROOK  - Having a white toilet and pedestal wash basin, window and tiled floor.


 


FIRST  FLOOR  -  SPLIT  LANDING  - Having a Velux roof light, linen cupboard and access to loft (with ladder).


BEDROOM  1      (rear)      14’ 6”  x  8’ 9”      ( 4.42m  x  2.68m )    


Having built-in single and double wardrobes, laminate flooring, under-floor heating with room thermostat, window to South and PVC French doors with handrail and safety glass (Note - The balcony has not had the galvanised balustrade fitted).  


BATHROOM  - Having a white suite incorporating a toilet, pedestal wash basin, corner bath and glazed shower cubicle with a thermostatic shower, together with half-tiled walls, under-floor heated tiled floor, illuminated mirror, toiletries cabinet,    window to South and extractor fan.


BEDROOM  2      (front)      10’ 10”  x  10’ 10”      ( 3.32m  x  3.32m )


Having 2 windows, radiator and television point.


SHOWER  ROOM  - Having a white toilet, pedestal wash basin, glazed shower cubicle with thermostatic shower, tiled     surrounds and window.


BEDROOM  3      (front)      11’ 6”  x  8’ 0”      ( 3.51m  x  2.45m )


Having a small cast iron feature fireplace, radiator and built-in wardrobe.


 


OUTSIDE


DOUBLE  GARAGE / WORKSHOP      19’ 9”  x  18’ 6”      ( 6.03 m  x  5.54 m )


An attractive detached building, constructed from cavity brick and block walls with a slate roof, a wide remote control roller  door, lighting and power points, fitted work benches and shelving, PVC double-glazed window, half-glazed personal door to


PORCH / LOG  STORE   A lean-to on the Northern side (approx. 18’ long) with light and power point.  


STORAGE  LOFT - Located above the garage with elevated door, window and lighting (approx. 18’ 6” x 9’ usable area).


 


GARDENS  - To the front there is a small walled forecourt with stone paving and low brick wall.  A path runs around the Northern side and a vehicular access runs on the Southern side to the Garage, giving parking for 3 cars in tandem.  At the rear there is VERANDA    10’ 10”  x  10’ 7”  ( 3.30m  x  3.24m ) Having a clear glass roof and opening onto a matching stone paved patio with brick pillars and glass balustrade.  Beyond this there are raised vegetable beds, two apple trees, soft fruit bushes, 2  GARDEN  SHEDS  and ALUMINIUM  GREENHOUSE   ( 8’  x  6’ ).  


Note  - The garden is a little overgrown and the landscaping has not been fully finished.   


 


SERVICES - Mains gas, electricity, water, drainage and telephone are         connected.     Note - 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.   No forward chain.    


LOCAL  AUTHORITY  -  Powys County Council, County Hall, 


Llandrindod Wells, Powys,  LD1 5LG       Tel:  (01597)  826000     


COUNCIL  TAX  -  Band  D