2 Bryn Llewelyn Cilmery, Builth Wells
LD2 £155,000 < Back

Features

  • Spacious 3-bed terraced cottage
  • Beautiful panoramic views
  • Kitchen
  • Lounge / Diner
  • Bathroom
  • Oil-fired central heating
  • Enclosed rear garden with patio and lawns
  • Set in a small village

Description

2 Bryn Llewelyn, Cilmery, Builth Wells, Powys LD2 3NY


 


COMPRISING: -  A traditional terraced cottage built from brick walls under a slate roof.  It has oil-fired central heating, PVC double-glazed windows to the front, modern kitchen and bathroom suites and briefly provides: - Entrance Hall, 21’ 6” Lounge / Diner, Kitchen, Landing, three Bedrooms and Bathroom, together with a small forecourt and enclosed rear garden with a patio, flower border and gently sloping lawn that borders onto a field.    EPC  -  D  


 


PRICE: -       Offers over £155,000


 


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


 


DIRECTIONS:- From Llandrindod Wells take the A483 to Builth Wells.  Cross the River Wye then bear right through the Town Centre (A483 for Llandovery).  Carry straight on to Cilmery and Bryn Llewelyn is on the right, opposite the turning for Railway Station and just before the Prince Llewelyn Pub and turning for Llanafan.  Sale Board erected


 


SITUATION: -   Cilmery is a small village (community population around 450) that is famous for being where the last native Prince of Wales Llewelyn ap Gruffudd was slain in 1282.  It is bisected by the A483 (Manchester to Swansea) Trunk road, but is relatively quiet as people travelling from those destinations mainly use the motorways.  It has a nice traditional public house,  a Railway Station ( Shrewsbury to Swansea Line) and regular bus services.  The picturesque small market town of Builth Wells (2 miles), has a range of shopping and business amenities, Co operative Supermarket, successful schools, Cinema / Arts Centre, etc.  Excellent leisure amenities include a sports centre, swimming pool, 18-hole golf course, rugby, football, cricket and bowls clubs, river and lake fishing.  In addition there are numerous events and attractions at the neighbouring Royal Welsh Showground.  The area is renowned for its outstanding natural beauty, ideal for walking, mountain biking and horse riding.   The County Town of Llandrindod Wells (9½ miles) has a wider range of shops, Tesco Superstore, Aldi Supermarket, Cottage Hospital, indoor Bowls Arena, etc.  The market towns of Rhayader and Brecon are 15 and 18 miles distant (shortest route), with Newtown, Aberystwyth, Abergavenny, Merthyr Tydfil and Hereford all within an hour’s drive, with Cardiff, Swansea and the Severn Bridge all about a 1½-hour drive (Dependent on traffic volumes).   


 


THE  RESIDENCE: -  An attractive terraced, 2-storey cottage (of a block of four) built over 100 years ago from red brick walls with contrasting yellow brick quoins, under a slate roof.  The Lounge and Dining Room have been incorporated using an arch and the fireplace opened up, the kitchen has been extended, there are modern kitchen and bathroom suites, an efficient oil fired central heating, three PVC double glazed windows to the front elevation and a PVC double glazed door at the rear.  2 Bryn Llewelyn has original stripped pine internal doors, chequerboard tiles to the hall, there are nice views from all the windows and it provides the following  comfortable accommodation: -  


GROUND  FLOOR


ENTRANCE HALL  Having panelled door with fan light over, chequerboard quarry tiled floor, radiator, telephone point, staircase and door to


LOUNGE / DINER     21’ 6”  x 12’ 4”  maximum  12’ 7”  


   ( 6.55 m  x  3.77 m  maximum  3.85 m )


Having a brick open fireplace with dog grate, PVC window to front, sash window to rear, two radiators, television point, under stairs cupboard and a pair of doors to


KITCHEN      14’ 1”  x  9’ 5”      ( 4.29 m  x  2.88 m )


Having a range of wood effect cabinets incorporating five base cupboards, three glazed wall cupboards, work tops with tiled surrounds, electric cooker point, plumbing for washing machine, space for a fridge freezer and tumble drier, two windows, Velux roof light, wood block flooring, radiator and PVC door to rear.  


 


FIRST  FLOOR  -  SPLIT  LANDING  - with access to loft.


BATHROOM  - A very spacious room with a white suite  incorporating a toilet, pedestal wash basin, twin-gripped panelled bath with mixer/shower tap and glazed shower cubicle with a thermostatic shower, together with tiled surrounds, radiator, fan heater, two shelves, linen cupboard (with radiator) and window to rear.


 


BEDROOM  1      (rear)      10’ 3”  x  9’ 5”      ( 3.13 m  x  2.86 m )


Having a radiator.


BEDROOM  2      (front)      12’ 6”  x  8’ 5”      ( 3.82 m  x  2.57 m )


Having three built in wardrobes, dressing table, PVC double glazed window and radiator.


BEDROOM  3      (front)      9’ 7”  x  7’ 5”      ( 2.81 m  x  2.26 m )


Having a radiator and PVC double glazed window.   (See photo of view below)


 


OUTSIDE  -  The cottage is set behind a small walled forecourt.  At the rear there is an enclosed garden with a tarmac patio, water tap, outside lights, Worcester oil combi boiler (in a cabinet), 1200 litre PVC bunded oil tank, gently sloping lawn, flower border, shrubs, hedge and a narrow finger of land that runs below Number 1.  


Note - There is a rear pedestrian right of way that crosses the gardens from the West.


 


SERVICES  - Mains electric, water and telephone are connected.  


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


TENURE  - The property is freehold.  No Forward Chain.


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


COUNCIL TAX  - Band  C  (£1,459.20  2020 / 21)   


Covid-19 – Cash buyers may view this property after they have viewed a video tour and submitted a health verification form.