1 The Paddock Llanyre, Llandrindod Wells
LD1 £260,000 < Back

Features

  • Commuter village location
  • 5 bedrooms
  • 3 receptions
  • 2 bathrooms
  • Solar pv panels
  • garage and caravan port
  • gas central heating
  • 1/4 mile from village pub
  • hard landscaped gardens
  • 1.5 mile to nearby town facilities

Description

An individually designed 5-bed, 2-bath detached house with 3 receptions, gas CH, DG, solar PV panels, garage, caravan port and hard landscaped gardens, set in a small cul-de-sac in a popular commuter village, ¼-mile from a village pub and convenient to town facilities.


1  The  Paddock,    Llanyre,    Llandrindod  Wells,    Powys    LD1  6NG


COMPRISING: -    A deceptively spacious detached house, built in 1992 from a timber frame with brick and rendered elevations, under a concrete tiled roof.  It has mains gas central heating, double-glazing, open fire, Aga Range Cooker and briefly provides: - Ground Floor - Entrance Hall, Study, Boot Room, 20’ Lounge, Diner, large Kitchen, Utility Room, Cloakroom and integral Garage;  First Floor - Landing Office, Master Bedroom with en-suite Shower Room, 3 further Bedrooms and Family Bathroom; Second Floor - Landing, a double Bedroom, Cloakroom and workshop.  Outside there is a parking bay for 3 cars, mature terraced landscaped gardens with several seating areas, shrubs, fruit bushes, flower borders, Aluminium Greenhouse and rear Caravan Port.   EPC  -  D  ( 68 )


PRICE: - Offers over   £260,000     Note  -  No Forward Chain


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


COVID-19  -  Only available for ready and able buyers, after completing a health form and watching a video tour of this property.


DIRECTIONS: -  From Llandrindod Wells take the A4081 towards Rhayader.  After crossing the bridge over the River Ithon climb the hill then turn right for Llanyre (by the Bell Inn).  Carry straight on at the staggered crossroads and The Paddock is on the right after 100 yards.  Number 1 is the first house on the left.   Sale Board erected


SITUATION: -  Llanyre is a small, pretty village set in the Ithon Valley surrounded by undulating farmland, with just a Church and a fine public house / restaurant, with a regular bus service to the neighbouring towns.  The County Town of Llandrindod Wells (1½ miles) has a good range of shopping and business facilities (Tesco Superstore and Aldi Supermarket), successful schools, Cottage Hospital, Library and Railway Station (Shrewsbury to Swansea Line).  The small market towns of Rhayader and Builth Wells are 8 and 9 miles distant, and within a 10 mile radius there is an excellent range of leisure amenities to include three sports centres, two 18-hole golf courses, indoor and outdoor bowls (international standard), U3A, Cinema and Theatres.  The Rightmove survey of 2015 declared LD1 (Llandrindod Wells postal area) to be “the friendliest place to move to in the UK” and their surveys of 2017 and 2019 declared Llandrindod Wells to be “Happiest Town in Wales” (fifth overall for UK this year). The area is renowned for its outstanding natural beauty and tranquillity, ideal for outdoor activities.  The City of Hereford and coastal resort of Aberystwyth are both about an hours drive, with Cardiff, Swansea, Worcester and the Severn Bridge all just over a 1½-hour drive (Dependent on traffic conditions).


THE  RESIDENCE: -  1 The Paddock is a deceptively spacious detached house with a gross floor area or 2.378 ft² or 220 m².  It was built in 1992 to the vendors’ individual design from a timber frame with brick and rendered and whitewashed elevations, under a concrete tiled roof.  They have since extended into the roof space to form a fifth bedroom with toilet facilities, formed an office on part of the landing and in 2013 installed a 4KW Solar PV system (£975.86 income for year to May 2020 and will earn until 2033).  This house has excellent built in storage, double-glazed windows, gas central heating backed up by an open fire and Aga Range Cooker, and it provides the following comfortable accommodation: -


 


GROUND  FLOOR


ENTRANCE  HALL  - Having a glazed door and side panel, laminate flooring, open staircase to First Floor, coving, dado, pair of glazed doors to Lounge, opening to Boot Room and pine door to


STUDY      10’ 5”  x  10’ 1”      ( 3.17 m  x  3.09 m )
Having laminate flooring, fitted shelving, radiator and coving.


BOOT  ROOM  -  Spacious with numerous cloak hooks, fitted shelving and under stairs cupboard.


LOUNGE      20’ 4”  x  12’ 4”      ( 6.21 m  x  3.76 m )
Having a Baxi open fire with a marble hearth and oak mantle, coving, bay window to front (4’8” x 2’6” or 1.42m x 0.76 m), window to West, radiator, television point, door to Kitchen and wide opening to


DINING  ROOM      12’ 4”  x  10’ 5”      ( 3.76 m  3.18 m )
Having a telephone point, half-glazed door and two windows to the rear garden, and glazed door to


KITCHEN      16’ 3”  x  14’ 4”      ( 4.97 m  x  4.38 m )
Having a range of cherry fronted cabinets incorporating fourteen base cupboards, five wall cupboards, open shelving, inset stainless steel 1½-bowl sink, work tops with part tiled surrounds, Aga gas-fired Range cooker, stainless steel electric oven, ceramic hob, walk-in larder (with fitted shelving), plumbing for a dishwasher, space for a fridge and freezer, and door to


UTILITY  ROOM      7’ 9”  minimum  x  7’ 0”      ( 2.37 m  minimum  x  2.11 m )
Having a stainless steel sink, plumbing for washing machine, space for tumble drier, built-in cupboard, shelving, two high  level cupboards, radiator, CLOAKROOM  (with toilet, hand basin and window), half-glazed door to rear garden and door to


INTEGRAL  GARAGE      18’ 10”  x  8’ 3”      ( 5.73 m  x  2.52 m )
Having an up and over door, window to side and fitted shelving.


FIRST  FLOOR     Note  -  Partially sloping ceilings to rear elevation


GALLERIED  LANDING  - Having an office area at the front with a fitted desk, book shelves, telephone point, window, large airing cupboard (with a pressurised hot water tank and electric immersion heater - to take advantage of Solar PV), two radiators, coving, dado and winding staircase to Second Floor.


BATHROOM   -  Having a white toilet and peach coloured pedestal wash basin and panelled bath with an electric shower and glazed screen over, together with half-tiled walls, radiator and window to front.


BEDROOM  1      (front)      9’ 1”  x  12’ 8”  into bay     ( 2.75 m  x  3.87 m  into bay )
Having a radiator, box bay window, built-in double wardrobe and dressing table.


BEDROOM  2     (side)      9’ 0”  x  8’ 9”      ( 2.74 m  x  2.67 m )
Having a radiator, built-in double wardrobe and window to West.


BEDROOM  3     (rear)      12’ 4”  x  9’ 6”      ( 3.76 m  x  2.89 m )
Having a radiator, built-in double wardrobe and window to rear.


MASTER  BEDROOM      (rear)      16’ 3”  x  12’ 7”  min  14’ 5”  max)( 4.95 m  x  3.85 m  mini 4.39 m   maximum )   
Having a radiator, low bookcase room divider, pendant light, six down lighters, cream coloured fitted suite of cabinets with wood trims incorporating ten wardrobes (four with mirror doors) and two sets of drawers.  Window to rear and door to


EN-SUITE  SHOWER  ROOM  - Having a white suite incorporating a toilet and wash basin concealed in white cabinets, one wall cupboard and a quadrant shaped glazed shower cubicle with a thermostatic shower, together with tiled surrounds,       radiator, mirror, shaver light and window to side.


SECOND  FLOOR   -   Landing with fitted shelving and opening onto


BEDROOM  5 / STORES      12’ 9”  x  10’ 5”  plus   8’ 2”  x  7’ 9”      ( 3.90 m  x  3.18 m  plus   2.50 m x 2.36 m )
Being L-shaped and having a sloping ceiling and Velux roof light to South.


WORKSHOP      (rear)      8’ 1”  x  4’ 8”      ( 2.47 m  x  1.40 m ) 
Having a fitted desk, shelving, storage cupboard and Velux roof light.


CLOAKROOM   -  Having a toilet, wash basin and Velux roof light.


OUTSIDE  -  To the front there is a slightly sloping, gravelled drive, that gives parking space for three cars, flanked by flower borders and mature shrubs on the Western side give good privacy.  A path on this side runs to the rear garden, with a raised flower bed, fish pond and a tall gate leads to the enclosed rear garden.  This has been terraced and hard landscaped (no grass to cut), incorporating paved and decked patio areas, flower beds, evergreen and flowering shrubs, soft fruit bushes, raised  vegetable beds, Aluminium Greenhouse  (12’  x  8’) and a fenced off sloping area runs down to a small stream, surrounded by tall hedging that provide excellent privacy.  In addition there is a large, screened  CARAVAN  PORT  with access onto the village road via a pair of 5-bar wooden gates.


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


TENURE  -  Freehold with vacant possession available on completion.  NO FORWARD CHAIN


SERVICES - Mains electricity, gas, water, drainage and telephone are connected.  Note: The Agents have not tested the installations.  


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


COUNCIL  TAX   Band  ‘E’    ( £2,015.74 for 2020 / 2021 )     


Note  -  Most of these photos were taken with wide angle lens.    Note  - If you do not live in Powys we can give you a voucher for a free round on golf, courtesy of Llandrindod Wells Golf Club, when you come to view one of our properties.