Llandegley, Llandrindod Wells - £240,000

bedrooms 4 baths 2 receptions 2

You can now stop searching as you have just found your dream home! A sympathetically restored and improved period residence offering four bedrooms, parking and large gardens all set against the backdrop of the striking Mid-Wales countryside!

Key Features

  • Impressive and imposing residence
  • Four bedrooms
  • Lovingly restored and improved by current owners
  • Downstairs shower room and first floor bathroom
  • Large gardens backing on to open farmland
  • Character features throughout
  • Modern kitchen/diner measuring 20 x 10 ft
  • Views to beautiful Mid-Wales countryside
  • Large parking area to rear
  • Conveniently located eight miles from Llandrindod Wells

A superb detached period home which has been sympathetically and lovingly renovated and restored by the current owners in the sought after village of Llandegley with stunning views over the surrounding area and countryside. Internally, this well-presented home is approached via the front door into an entrance hallway with door into the 11 x 11 ft reception room with feature fireplace. The entrance hallway also gives access into the 20 x 10 ft modern kitchen/diner with the benefit of breakfast bar area and understairs storage cupboard. There is also access to the rear of the property and into the 12 x 7 ft utility room and downstairs shower room. On the first floor, there are four bedrooms, and a family bathroom. Externally, the property has the benefit of large gardens, including a vegetable patch, private lawned area, useful garden store and ample parking for numerous vehicles accessed via a private gated driveway. The quality of this home and the fixtures and fittings installed, must be seen to be appreciated in full!

Llandegley is a small community located in the heart of glorious Mid-Wales, home of the famed Llandegley Rocks, a mountain summit in the Builth Wells and Radnor Forest to Hereford region in the county of Powys. Llandegley derives its name from the church of St Tecla, who gave the village its former name Llandegla. The saint was famous in olden times for her kindness to sufferers from the 'falling sickness', a form of epilepsy. Sufferers would visit Llandegley in the hope of a cure. Firstly they'd wash in one of the many wells in the area, then make an offering to a woman giving a hen, a man giving a cockerel, and to the saint, before spending the night under the communion table. Penybont, just over a mile and a half away, offers useful facilities including a garage, church and a respected public house - The Severn Arms. Further afield, an extensive range of recreational and educational facilities are available in the Spa town of Llandrindod Wells, just under eight miles away.

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