Craig-y-nos Craig Road, Llandrindod Wells
LD1 £190,000 < Back


  • Edwardian town house
  • 6 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • 3 receptions
  • modern kitchen/bathroom suites
  • gas central heating
  • enclosed rear garden
  • 200 yards from town centre
  • self-contained top floor flat
  • upvc double glazing


A tastefully modernised, 6-bed, 2-bath, Edwardian town house including a self-contained top floor flat, gas CH, PVC DG and garden, conveniently located 200 yards from the town centre.

Craig-y-nos, Craig Road, Llandrindod Wells, LD1 5HS

COMPRISING: - A deceptively spacious 3-storey terraced house ( EPC shows Gross Area as 224 m² or 2,360 ft² ), built around 1905 from brick walls under a slate roof.  It was re-roofed in 2014, has u-PVC double-glazing, modern kitchen and bathroom suites, mains gas central heating and briefly provides: - Ground Floor - Open Porch, Entrance Hall, Lounge, Dining Room, Breakfast Room, Cloakroom and Kitchen; First Floor - Landing, Bathroom, additional Toilet, three double Bedrooms and Study / Dressing Room; Second Floor - Landing, Bathroom, Kitchenette, Sitting Room, two double Bedrooms and a single Bedroom / Stores.  In addition there is a small walled forecourt and a large, enclosed rear garden with two large patios, a level lawn, shrubs, flower borders and a Garden Shed.   EPC  -  C  (70)

PRICE: -      £190,000

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

DIRECTIONS: -  From our office proceed North on the A483 (towards Newtown) to the end of the block then turn right by the Hampton Hotel onto Craig Road.  Craig-y-nos is the fourth house on the left (about 100 yards).  Sale Board erected

SITUATION: -  This property is set in a most convenient location on a quiet side street, 200 yards from the town centre, 300 yards from the Railway / Bus Station and roughly ¼ mile from the Aldi Supermarket, a Primary school and Lakeside Park.  Craig-y-nos has a Southerly aspect and the rear garden is sufficiently long to have a second patio at the far end to catch the sun.  Llandrindod Wells is the County Town and administrative centre of Powys and has a range of shopping and business facilities, Tesco Superstore, 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, active U3A, Theatre, Library, Game and Coarse fishing.  The market towns of Builth Wells, Rhayader, Knighton, Brecon and Newtown are 7, 10, 19, 24 and 26 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.  (Note - All times dependent on traffic conditions)

THE  RESIDENCE: - An elegant Edwardian three-storey terraced house, built around 1905 (Presumably as a plush Boarding House) from brick walls (cavity at front and solid at rear) under a slate roof.  It retains some original features to include fireplaces to main rooms, plaster cornicing, etc. and has been tastefully refurbished and modernised to include the installation of u-PVC double-glazed  windows, modern kitchen  suite and cavity wall insulation (Note - Front elevation).  In 2014 the top kitchen was re-fitted and the roof was re-slated incorporating polyurethane loft insulation (to current standards) and gutter guards.  Craig-y-nos has mains gas central heating and provides the following spacious accommodation: -


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

ENTRANCE  HALL  -  Having plaster cornicing, radiator, open staircase to first floor, cloak hooks, under stairs cupboard and pine doors to the Lounge, Dining Room and Breakfast Room.

LOUNGE      13’ 4”  x  16’ 2”   into bay      ( 4.07 m  x  4.94 m  into )
Having an attractive cast iron and tiled feature fireplace ( Note  - Chimney presently capped ), plaster cornicing, two radiators,       television and telephone points, two alcove book shelves and a large box bay window to front.

DINING  ROOM      13’ 0”  x  11’ 9”       ( 3.94 m  x  3.57 m )   
Having two radiators, dado and window to rear.

BREAKFAST  ROOM      12’ 0”  x  10’ 0” ( 3.67 m  x  3.05 m )
Having a ceramic tiled floor, an alcove style former fireplace with a storage cupboard and shelving, built-in cupboard, radiator, work top, plumbing for a washing machine, space for a tumble drier, open fronted cupboard and doors to the Kitchen and

CLOAKROOM   -  Having a modern white toilet, hand basin and ceramic tiled floor.

KITCHEN      11’ 9”  x  10’ 11”     ( 3.60 m  x  3.32 m )
Having a range of white cabinets incorporating nine base cupboards, eight wall cupboards, two glazed and leaded wall cupboards, one galleried unit, larder cupboard, matching boiler cupboard (housing an Ideal Classic gas boiler), inset stainless steel 1½-bowl sink,  integrated ceramic hob, electric oven and chimney cooker hood, and work tops with tiled surrounds.  In addition there is a plumbing for a dishwasher, space for a fridge / freezer, ceramic tiled floor, halogen spot light bar, double aspect windows and double-glazed door to the rear garden.


SPLIT  LANDING - Being galleried to the front with a radiator and a corridor runs to the rear.

TOILET  -  Having a toilet, tiled floor, radiator and window.

BATHROOM       11’ 1”  x  8’ 8”      ( 3.37 m  x  2.64 m )   
Having a white suite incorporating a toilet, pedestal wash basin and twin-grip      panelled bath with shower / mixer taps, electric shower and curtain over, together with mainly tiled walls, radiator, ceramic tiled floor and window.

BEDROOM  1      (rear)      12’ 0”  x  11’ 1”     ( 3.65 m  x  3.39 m )
Having a small cast iron feature fireplace, radiator, television point and pedestal wash basin.  ( Note  - Currently used as an additional Sitting Room )

BEDROOM  2      (rear)     12’ 11”  x  11’ 2”      ( 3.94 m  x  3.42 m )
Having a small cast iron feature fireplace, radiator and pedestal wash basin.

BEDROOM  3      (front)      9’ 8”  x  16’ 3”   into bay      ( 2.96 m  x  4.96 m )
Having a plaster cornicing, dado, radiator, built-in double wardrobe, wash basin and large box bay window to South.

STUDY / DRESSING ROOM         9’ 3”  x  5’ 6”  minimum    ( 2.83 m  x  1.67 m minimum )
Having a large built-in cupboard, fitted shelving and window to South.

SECOND  FLOOR  -  Having partially sloping ceilings and approached over an enclosed staircase with a lockable door.
( Note - presently used as a semi self-contained unit ).

GALLERIED  LANDING  -  Having a corridor off to the rear.

BATHROOM  -  Having a modern white suite incorporating a toilet, pedestal wash basin and panelled bath, together with tiled surrounds, radiator and Velux roof light.

KITCHENETTE       8’ 9”  x  8’ 8”      ( 2.68 m  x  2.66 m ) 
Having a modern blue coloured suite incorporating two base cupboards, three wall           cupboards, inset stainless steel sink, work top with tiled surround, electric cooker point, plumbing for a washing machine and pot shelves.

SITTING  ROOM      (rear)      12’ 0”  x  11’ 0”      ( 3.67 m  x  3.36 m )
Having a small cast iron feature fireplace and radiator.  

BEDROOM  4      (rear)    11’ 4”  x  11’ 4”      ( 3.46 m  x  3.46 m )
Having a radiator and television point. 

BEDROOM  5      12’ 11”  x  9’ 10”      ( 3.93 m  x  3.00 m )
Having a small cast iron feature fireplace, radiator, television point and dormer     window to the front.

BEDROOM  6 / STORES      (front)       9’ 4”  x  7’ 5”     ( 2.84 m  x  2.26 m )
Having a small dormer window to the front.

OUTSIDE  -  This house is set behind a dwarf brick wall topped with cast iron    railings and to the front there is a small paved forecourt with two roses.  At the rear there is a large paved patio with a water tap, dwarf brick wall and three steps up to a lawn, which is flanked by flower borders and young fruit trees (two apple, plum and cherry).  A ‘stepping stone’ path leads to a large paved patio with a Garden Shed  ( 10’  x  8’ ) located at the far end of the plot, all surrounded by wooden fencing.   

( Note  -  This property has the benefit of a pedestrian right of way at the rear across the two properties on the Western side ).

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

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

FIXTURES  &  FITTINGS  described in this brochure are included in the sale price.  Certain other items may be available by negotiation.   

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

COUNCIL  TAX   -  Band  E   ( £1,983.18 payable 2019 / 20 )    Note   Most of these photographs were taken with a wide angle lens.