Can't decide whether you want a house or a bungalow? Why not go for the best of both worlds with this excellent dormer bungalow on a generous corner plot in Goylands Close, in the ever popular village of Howey.
A lovely three bedroom home in a popular location that due to the layout and size, can offer flexible accommodation throughout that could work for a variety of different purposes. Positioned in a corner plot location, the property boasts huge private front gardens laid mainly to lawn, and ample parking for numerous vehicles leading up to the integral garage. There are more gardens to both sides of the property, offering privacy and views, as well as space for large garden sheds and two decking areas to the rear to really enjoy the grounds of this fantastic home. The internal accommodation is approached via a storm porch, which leads into the entrance hallway. From here a door leads into the 17 x 13 ft reception room, with feature fireplace. Another door from the entrance hall leads into the master suite with en-suite shower room and two built-in wardrobes which could easily double up as a further reception room should the accommodation be required. Sliding doors from here lead into an impressive 15 x 11 ft conservatory offering views over the gardens and to the striking Mid-Wales countryside beyond. From the entrance hallway again, a door leads into the 12 x 11 ft dining room, with double opening doors to the front, and an opening into the 12 x 12 ft modern fitted kitchen with larder cupboard. A door from here opens up to a staircase leading down to the 20 x 12 ft integral garage, and the useful 10 x 6 ft utility room. On the first floor, there are two further double bedrooms, more built-in wardrobes and a large family bathroom. With no onward chain, viewings are recommended to appreciate the size of this home in full.
The property is located on the popular and pleasant residential development of Goylands Close, in the village of Howey which is just under two and a half miles from the Spa town of Llandrindod Wells. Howey itself offers a well thought of public house as well as a Thai restaurant, and many scenic walks and rambles are easily accessible close by. Llandrindod Wells is the county town of the largest county in Wales, Powys. Offering an extensive range of retail, recreational and educational facilities the Spa Town is a popular destination for visitors due to the picturesque surrounding countryside and mixture of beautiful Victorian and Edwardian town houses. Llandrindod is easily accessible by both rail and road with several local bus services in and around the area, neighbouring towns and villages. There is outstanding education available in the area, with several primary schools, a comprehensive secondary school and six form. Llandrindod also boasts The Albert Hall theatre, the National Cycle Collection museum and the large man-made lake and accompanying sculptures. The town also hosts the annual Victorian Festival Many where locals and visitors dress in antique costumes, and the whole town steps back in time. The town itself boasts many sporting and recreational facilities including a Football Club, Rugby Club, an international standard outdoor bowling green which hosts national and international events and a newer indoor bowling centre and highly regarded 18 hole golf course and driving range. There is also a leisure centre with full sized swimming pool, gym, AstroTurf pitch and indoor sports hall. Situated within the Wye Valley, an area of natural beauty and close to the Elan Valley at Rhayader, it is well-known as a walker’s paradise whilst the Red Kite feeding centre at Gigrin Farm offers a truly unique experience to see the rare and magnificent birds on a daily basis.