Walcot, Bryngwy, Rhayader
LD6 £175,000 < Back


  • Attractive 3-bed semi-detached
  • Open-plan Lounge / Diner
  • Kitchen
  • Shower Room
  • Bathroom
  • Integral Garage
  • Gas central heating
  • PVC double glazing
  • Level gardens and patio
  • Set in a desirable location


Walcot, Bryngwy,    Rhayader,    Powys    LD6  5BN


COMPRISING: - A well proportioned semi detached house built from traditional cavity brick and block walls, under a concrete tiled roof, with mains gas central heating, PVC double-glazing that briefly provides: - Open Porch, Entrance  Hall, open-plan Lounge / Diner, Kitchen, Rear Hall, Shower Room, Integral Garage, Landing, two double Bedrooms, one single Bedroom, Bathroom and separate Toilet.  In addition there is parking for two cars (in tandem) and low maintenance mature gardens to front and rear, incorporating level lawns, patio and mature shrubs.  EPC  -  D


PRICE: - £175,000     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 A470 to Rhayader. On reaching the 30mph zone turn right into Bryngwy and Walcot is the first property on the right.


SITUATION: -  Rhayader is picturesque small market town set at the junction of the A470 (Cardiff to Bangor) and A44 (Oxford to Aberystwyth) Trunk roads, in the upper Wye Valley with a population of just over 2000, a traditional range of shops, Primary School, Post Office, Public Houses, Community Centre, Leisure Centre, Doctors Surgery, etc.  The town is known as the gateway to the Elan Valley Dams which is an area of outstanding beauty 4 miles to the West.  There are bus services to the towns of Llandrindod Wells (Tesco Superstore & Aldi Supermarket), Builth Wells, Llanidloes, Newtown and Llanidloes and Aberystwyth, with three Railway Stations within 10 miles. 

Bryngwy is one of the most desirable addresses in Rhayader, being just off the A470 and a short level walk from the town centre.  Walcot is the first of a row of six similar houses, the remainder of the estate are bungalows and it has a pleasant Southerly aspect at the rear and fine distant views from upstairs.  The surrounding area is renowned for its outstanding natural beauty, tranquillity and friendliness (See Rightmove Survey results for Llandrindod Wells, LD1), and the popular University Town and Coastal Resort of Aberystwyth is about a 50 minute drive. 


THE  RESIDENCE: -  An attractive semi-detached house built in 1965 from traditional cavity brick and block walls, with Reformite block and Canterbury Spa dashed relief panels, under a concrete tiled roof.  The house has been well maintained and upgraded over the years to include the installation of PVC double-glazing, forming a small Shower Room downstairs, but it now requires further modernisation.  Walcot has been in the same ownership since new, has mains gas central heating and provides the following spacious accommodation: - 


CANOPY  PORCH  -   Having a PVC double glazed door to

ENTRANCE  HALL - Having a radiator, staircase to first floor, coving, small under stairs cupboard, telephone point and doors to the Kitchen and 

LOUNGE / DINER       12’ 7”  x  12’ 7”  plus  10’7  x  9’ 1”

                                  ( 3.85 m  x  3.42 m   plus   3.23 m  x  2.76 m )

A light and airy open-plan L-shaped room with an attractive living-flame gas fire set in a Minster stone fireplace (with concealed Baxi central heating boiler), alcove book shelves and cupboard, coving, radiator, television point, two ceiling lights, large window to front, patio door to rear garden and door to

KITCHEN      9’ 9”  x  9’ 6”      ( 2.98 m  x  2.90 m )

Having a range of wood effect cabinets with metal trims, incorporating four base        cupboards, seven wall cupboards, stainless steel single drainer sink, work tops with tiled surrounds, electric cooker point, plumbing for a washing machine, space for fridge /freezer, radiator, under stairs cupboard and glazed door to

REAR  LOBBY  - Having a PVC double-glazed door and side panel to the rear garden and door to Garage.

WET  SHOWER  ROOM  -  Having a toilet, hand basin, electric shower, curtain,     radiator, fully tiled floor and walls. 

INTERNAL  GARAGE      18’ 6”  x  9’ 5”      ( 5.65 m  x  2.86 m )

Built from brick walls with a flat felt roof, up and over door, window, light, power point and three storage cupboards.


GALLERIED  LANDING  - Having a window with fine views (see page 1), airing  cupboard (with an electric immersion heater) and access to loft (with ladder).

SEPARATE  TOILET  -  Having a toilet and window.

BATHROOM - Having a white suite incorporating a pedestal wash basin and panelled bath with tiled surrounds, radiator, electric ceiling heater, toiletries cabinet and window.

BEDROOM  1     (rear)      10’ 9”  x  9’ 6”      ( 3.27 m  x  2.89 m) - Having a radiator.

BEDROOM  2     (front)     12’ 0”  x  10’ 1”     ( 3.65 m  x  3.06 m ) - Having a radiator.

BEDROOM  3     (front)     8’ 6”  x  8’ 1”      ( 2.59 m  x  2.46 m ) - Having a radiator.


GARDENS  - To the front there is an open-plan level garden with a lawn, mature shrubs, a tall neatly clipped Lawsons Cypress hedge (that screens the main road), a tarmac drive that gives parking for two cars in tandem and a tall wrought iron gate to the rear garden.  At the rear there is an enclosed garden with a level lawn, patio, mature shrubs, screen    hedging to the South and West and a low fence on the Eastern side.


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

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

TENURE:  Freehold with No Forward Chain

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

Tel: (01597) 826000    

COUNCIL TAX  Band ‘C’ approx. £1,213 2018/19  

Note - Photos taken with a wide angle lens.