Generous accommodation? Check. Large gardens? Check. Double garage? Check. Stunning views? Tick. This fantastic bungalow has all this to offer along with gas central heating, no onward chain and plenty of parking!
A wonderfully located bungalow benefiting from generous accommodation throughout and extensive private rear gardens located in a peaceful position on the ever popular residential development of Maesmawr, only a short walk from the centre of Rhayader, a lovely market town in Mid-Wales. Internally, the accommodation briefly comprises a 24 x 11 ft kitchen/dining room with door into the 8 x 6 ft useful utility room. From here a door leads to the shower room, and the fourth bedroom/study, measuring 8 x 7 ft. From the kitchen, a door gives access into the hallway with airing cupboard, leading on to three further double bedrooms, the family bathroom, and an impressive 24 x 15 ft reception room. This overlooks the gardens and has access into the rear entrance hall with door to the garden. Externally, the property has the benefit of a long private driveway, with parking space at the top, and ample space for further parking if required, and a turning area leading to the 24 x 16 ft double garage. This garage has the benefit of a pedestrian door to the kitchen/dining room. The rear gardens are of excellent size, being l-shaped and leading down to a pleasant brook at the bottom of the garden. To the front of the property is a private driveway leading down to the garage, with plenty of parking and a turning area, as well as a convenient parking space at the top of the drive. With no onward chain, this superb family home must be viewed to be appreciated in full!
Rhayader is a market town providing a wide range of amenities such as shops, doctor’s surgery, pharmacy, dentist, petrol station, hair dressers, cafes and pubs. There is also a local primary school and leisure centre. It offers a wide range of activities including mountain biking, lake and river fishing, football, rugby and other locally organized interests and events. A bus service between towns is also available. The area is known for its striking natural beauty with Rhayader being the gateway to the reservoirs and dams of the Elan Valley. The town is located twenty minutes from the spa town of Llandrindod Wells, famous for its Victorian Festival and has added amenities of supermarkets, train station and schools. Builth Wells, also within twenty minutes, offers a variety of other facilities such as cinema and live performances as well as hosting the internationally famous Royal Welsh Show at Llanelwedd, being the largest agricultural show in Europe. The coastal university town of Aberystwyth is less than an hour away providing access to rocky shorelines and sandy beaches. The city of Hereford is a little over an hour by road, through tranquil countryside.