The Willows 13 Disserth View, Llandrindod Wells
LD1 £250,000 < Back


  • Luxury 4-bed semi-detached house
  • Open plan Kitchen
  • 27' Lounge/Diner
  • Large Conservatory
  • Utility Room
  • En-suite Shower Room
  • Parking
  • Solar Panels
  • Enclosed Gardens
  • 1/2 mile from village amenities


The Willows, 13  Disserth  View, Howey, Llandrindod  Wells, Powys LD1 5PJ


COMPRISING: - An deceptively spacious semi-detached house, built in 2004 by an award winning local company from a highly insulated timber frame with brick elevations and concrete tiled roof.  It has u-PVC double-glazed windows, oil   central heating, security system, fourteen Solar PV panels and briefly provides: -  Canopy Porch, Entrance Hall,        Cloakroom, 27’ Lounge / Diner open-plan to Kitchen, large Conservatory, Utility Room, Stores / Study (former Garage), Landing, Master Bedroom (with en-suite Shower Room), three further bedrooms and Bathroom, together with parking for three cars, open-plan fore garden and very large enclosed rear garden (Note  - approximately 122’ or 37 m long) with paved and gravel patios, pond, lawns, flower borders, shrubs, Summer House and Garden Shed.  EPC - B  ( 85  -  exceptional !! )


PRICE: -      Offers over  £250,000      


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


DIRECTIONS: -  From Llandrindod Wells take the A483 South (towards Builth Wells) for 2 miles, go past the junctions for Howey, Hundred House and Disserth then turn left onto Llwynbrain Villas.  Turn right after 50 yards and continue straight on for 100 yards to Disserth View.  Follow the estate road around to the left and The Willows is the fifth property on the left.    

From Builth Wells  take the A483 North for 5 miles to Howey.  After reaching the 50 m.p.h. speed zone turn right immediately onto Llwynbrain Villas and continue as above.  Sale Board erected


SITUATION: - Disserth View is a private development of 20 houses and bungalows that was completed in 2005, located on the Southern edge of a small village, bordering onto farmland.  It is approached over a road that serves an older estate that was built by the Local Authority and some private housing.  The Willows is located at the far end of the cul-de-sac and it has a Southerly aspect and distant views from all the bedrooms.  The Willows is roughly 200 yards from a Bus Stop and about  ½-mile from the centre of the small village of Howey, which has a Pub, Thai Restaurant, Church, Chapel and   Community Centre.  There are  regular bus services to the neighbouring towns of Llandrindod Wells, Builth Wells and Rhayader (2½, 5 and 11 miles distant respectively) and the T4 runs to Cardiff.  Together they provide a good range of shopping facilities to include Tesco Superstore, Aldi and Co-operative Supermarkets, successful schools, Cottage Hospital, Library and Railway Station (Shrewsbury to Swansea line).  The area is renowned for its outstanding natural beauty and has excellent leisure amenities to include Theatres, Cinema, three sports centres, indoor and outdoor bowls (international standard), two 18-hole golf courses (Driving Range), lake and river fishing, and open hills ideal for walking.  The area is extremely popular for cycling and regularly holds Mountain Bike, Cyclo-cross and road competitions (Tour of Britain).  The City of Hereford and coastal resort and University Town of Aberystwyth are both about an hours drive, with Cardiff, Swansea, Worcester and the Severn Bridge all about a 1½-hour drive (Note - Dependent on traffic conditions).

THE  RESIDENCE:  - A most spacious and well proportioned detached house, built by a local award winning company, PAR Homes Ltd and was completed in October 2004.  It is constructed from a highly insulated timber frame with brick elevations and a concrete tiled roof, with ‘floating floors’, u-PVC double-glazed windows, PVC soffits and fascia's and has a security  system for peace of mind.   The Willows has been enhanced by the addition of a large matching Conservatory, fourteen Solar PV panels, and the garage has been converted into an extra room (but is easily converted back).  It has recently been updated by incorporating the kitchen and living room to form a superb large room, complete with new kitchen cabinets.  The Willows has oil-fired central heating, hardwood internal doors, fine distant views from the bedrooms and provides the following well      presented accommodation: - 



OPEN  FRONTED  PORCH   -  Having a light and double-glazed door to

ENTRANCE  HALL  - having laminate flooring, radiator, coving, door bell, staircase to First Floor, under stairs cloaks     cupboard, glazed door to Lounge and hardwood panelled doors to the Lounge, Kitchen, Office and

CLOAKROOM  - Having a white toilet and pedestal wash basin, a radiator, mirror, tiled floor and window.

LOUNGE / DINER      24’ 11”  x  12’ 3”     ( 7.60 m  x  3.74 m )

Having an attractive flicker-flame electric fire with a marble and wood surround, laminate flooring, television and telephone points, coving, two radiators, two ceiling lights, two pairs of wall lights, bay window to front (6’ 6”  x  2’ 5” -  2.0 0m  x  0.73 m ), PVC double-glazed French doors to Conservatory and open-plan to

KITCHEN      10’ 7”  x  8’ 0”      ( 3.24  x  2.43 m )

Having an up to date range of cream coloured cabinets incorporating eight base cupboards, five wall cupboards, inset stainless steel 1½-bowl sink, dishwasher, work tops with tiled surrounds, matching breakfast bar, integrated ceramic hob, concealed cooker hood, electric oven and radiator, tiled floor, six recessed spot lights and door to

UTILITY  ROOM      10’ 4”   x  6’ 7”      ( 3.15  x  2.00 m )

Having two base cupboards, two open wall cupboards, inset stainless steel sink, two glass shelves,  work tops with tiled      surrounds, plumbing for a washing machine, radiator, Worcester oil-fired condensing combi-boiler, ceramic tiled floor, double glazed door to rear garden and door to

STUDY / STORES  (Former  Garage)     17’ 1”  x  10’ 3”    ( 5.22  x  3.13 m )    Note: -  7’ 6”  ( 2.15 m )  headroom

Having a radiator, television and telephone points and a fluorescent light.  ( Note  - This room does not have a window as the up and over door has been retained and insulated inside, enabling it to be converted back to a garage if desired )  

CONSERVATORY      16’ 6”  x  12’ 10”      ( 5.05  x  3.92 m )

An Edwardian style PVC double-glazed model, built off dwarf brick walls, ceramic tiled floor (with under floor heating),   ceiling fan/light, wall light, French doors and a single door to rear garden.



GALLERIED  LANDING   -   On two levels with a radiator and access to loft (part boarded, with light and ladder)

MASTER  BEDROOM     (front)    14’ 6”  x  10’      ( 4.42  x  3.06 m)

Having a radiator, television point, coving, partially sloping ceiling and two steps up to

EN - SUITE  SHOWER ROOM  -  having a partially sloping ceiling and fitted with a white suite incorporating a toilet,    pedestal wash basin and glazed shower cubicle with a thermostatic shower, together with tiled surrounds, tiled floor, radiator, mirror, shaver light, mirror fronted toiletries cabinet and large Velux roof light. 


BEDROOM  2      (rear)      10’ 8”  x  10’ 10”      ( 3.26  x  3.32 m )  - Having a radiator.

BEDROOM  3      (rear)      9’ 4”  x  10’ 8”      ( 2.86  x  3.26 m )  -     Having a radiator and built-in wardrobe.

BEDROOM  4     (front)      9’ 5”  x  11’ 4”      (   2.86  x  3.46 m )  -   Having a radiator and built-in wardrobe.

BATHROOM  -  Having a white suite incorporating a toilet, pedestal wash basin and twin-grip panelled bath with an electric shower and glazed screen over, together with tiled surrounds, tiled floor, radiator, shaver light, window, extractor fan and linen    cupboard (with a small radiator).


GARDENS  -  To the front there is parking for three cars and an open-plan garden with a gently sloping lawn, flower borders and mixed shrubs.  A paved path continues past the front door and a tall wooden gate gives access to the rear  garden which the Land Registry plan shows as being approximately 37m (122’) long.  Immediately behind the house there is a large paved and gravelled patio area with a light, water tap, tall fencing, mixed shrubs, a screened PVC oil tank and Garden Shed (12’ x 8’).  A low fence and wicket gate divides this section from the main garden, which has a large level lawn, ornamental pond, flower borders, mixed shrubs,           ornamental trees, Arbour and an arch leads to a vegetable garden with a Summer House.  The rear garden is surrounded by substantial ‘hit and miss’ wooden fencing and mature shrubs that provide good privacy and shelter.


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

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

COUNCIL  TAX    -   Band  D    ( £1,622.60 payable 2019 / 2020 )

SERVICES  -  Mains electricity, water, drainage and telephone are connected.   

Oil central heating.   (Note:  The Agents have not tested the installations).

TENURE - The property is freehold with vacant possession available on completion.