Heatherdene, Llandrindod Wells
LD1 £100,000 < Back

Features

  • 2-bed end-of-terrace house
  • Kitchen
  • Lounge
  • Living Room
  • Bathroom
  • Enclosed garden
  • Oil central heating
  • PVC Double Glazing
  • Easy walking distance to village

Description

Heatherdene,  Howey,  Llandrindod  Wells,  Powys,  LD1  5PN


 


COMPRISING: - An attractive end-of-terrace Edwardian house built around 1905 from brick walls with mainly rendered elevations, under a slate roof.  It has been updated with modern kitchen suite, oil-fired boiler, PVC double-glazing, etc and briefly provides: - Storm Porch, Lounge, Living Room, Kitchen, Landing, two Bedrooms and Bathroom, together with a small forecourt, rear yard and an elevated patio garden with flower borders, two sheds and screen fencing.  EPC  -  Band D


 


PRICE: -      Offers over  £100,000      


 


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


 


DIRECTIONS: - From Llandrindod Wells take the A483 South (towards Builth Wells) for 1 mile to the 50 mph zone. Continue for a further ½-mile, passing the Garden Centre and park in a lay-by on the left.  Heatherdene is the last house of the terrace on the same side of the road (within 50 yards).  Sale Board erected  


From Builth Wells  take the A483 North for 6 miles, passing the turnings for Disserth, Hundred House and Howey.  Pass the bus stop, climb the slight hill and Heatherdene is the first terraced house on the right.  Sale Board erected


 


SITUATION: -    Heatherdene is built on a slightly elevated plot with a Westerly aspect and there are fine views from the front windows across the A483 to the Cambrian Mountains.  A footpath with street lighting leads South to the village and North to town, with a Nisa Convenience Store within the Ridgebourne Service Station (1 mile).  Howey is a small village with a public house, Thai Restaurant, Day Nursery, Garden Centre, Church, Chapel and Community Centre, with regular bus services to the neighbouring towns of Llandrindod Wells, Builth Wells and Rhayader, and the T4 Traws Cumbria service to Newtown and Cardiff.  Llandrindod Wells is the County Town of and administrative centre of Powys and has a good 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, Golf Course, Game and Coarse fishing.  The market towns of Builth Wells, Rhayader, Knighton, Brecon and Newtown are 6, 11, 20, 22 and 28 miles distant respectively, with Hereford, Abergavenny and Aberystwyth all about an hour’s drive, and Cardiff, Swansea and the Severn Bridge are all roughly a 1½-hour drive (Note  dependent on traffic conditions).


 


THE  RESIDENCE  - A traditional end-of-terrace 2-storey house, built around 1905 from brick walls with mainly rendered and Canterbury Spa dashed elevations, under a slate roof.  It has been tastefully modernised to include the installation of PVC double-glazing, oil-fired central heating, modern kitchen suite, etc and it provides the following spacious accommodation: - 


GROUND  FLOOR  


 


STORM  PORCH  - Built off dwarf walls with a PVC double glazed door, two matching windows, Polycarbonate roof, tiled floor and double-glazed door to


 


ENTRANCE HALL  - Having a radiator, telephone point, cloak hooks, staircase to first floor, central heating thermostat, doors to Lounge and Living Room


 


LOUNGE      11’ 12”  x  13’ 4”      ( 3.40  x  4.08 m )


Having a Bradstone open fireplace, alcove book shelves to both sides, radiator, television and telephone points, picture rail and bay window to the front 


 


LIVING  ROOM      12’ 0”  x  11’ 9”      ( 3.66  x  3.60 m )


Having a feature fireplace, radiator, television point, three alcove book shelves,  under stairs cupboard and sliding glazed door to 


 


KITCHEN      10’ 5”  x  7’ 8”     ( 3.18  x  2.34 m )


Having a modern cream coloured suite, incorporating four base cupboards, seven wall cupboards, inset asterite sink, electric cooker point, cooker hood, and work tops with tiled surrounds.  In addition there is space for a fridge/freezer, radiator, Wall Star oil fired boiler, window and PVC double glazed door to


 


FIRST  FLOOR


 


GALLERIED  LANDING - Having access to two lofts (one above the Kitchen)


 


BEDROOM  1      (rear)     10’ 5”  x  9’ 3”     ( 3.18  x  2.81m )


Having a radiator.


 


BEDROOM  2      (front)     12’ 10”  x  8’ 8”     ( 3.91  x  2.64 m )


Having a radiator and window to the front.


 


BATHROOM  - Having a white suite incorporating a toilet, pedestal wash basin and panelled bath, wainscoting, two shelves, radiator, airing cupboard and window to front.


 


OUTSIDE  - The house is set behind a low wall and to the front there is a small forecourt and concrete path that runs around the side.


At the rear there is a small yard with a coal bunker and shed. Steps lead up to a patio garden with shingle gravel, flower border and lilac tree, two steel sheds and a bunded PVC oil tank (225 litre capacity) with galvanised steel fire screen.


 


SERVICES  - Mains electric, metered water, drainage and telephone are connected.  Oil central heating.   ( Note: The Agents have not tested the installations ).


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


TENURE  - The property is freehold.  


LOCAL AUTHORITY  - Powys County Council, County Hall, Llandrindod Wells, Powys, LD1 5LG     Tel: (01597) 826000      


COUNCIL  TAX     -    Band  C  (£1,442.31 approx. 2019/20)


Note  -  Most of the photos were taken with a wide-angle lens.