Are you looking for a family home in the heart of some stunning countryside but don't want to be too isolated? The look no further - this may just be the property for you! A lovely barn conversion with large gardens in a courtyard of just four properties!
A wonderful opportunity to purchase a pretty barn conversion in a quiet rural setting on the fringes of 'Britain's smallest town' Llanwrtyd Wells, in a courtyard of just four properties and the views in particular from here are outstanding. Approached from the courtyard, the property is accessed through the front door which leads into a small entrance hall, and opens up into the 15 x 10 ft kitchen with breakfast bar opening up into the 17 x 11 ft dining room. From here there is sliding door access into the wet room shower room. The main reception room measures 17 x 15 ft and is accessible from the kitchen. This leads on to the conservatory overlooking the rear gardens and measuring 14 x 5 ft. A useful utility room is accessed from here. On the first floor, there are three bedrooms, two of which are doubles, and a family bathroom.
Externally, the large, private rear gardens, which are laid mainly to lawn with well-stocked hedged, floral and shrub borders are split equally into two portions, one being a hay meadow and the other a well-maintained private space. The property also has the benefit of off-road parking to the side, and a garage within the courtyard. Viewings are highly recommended to appreciate the location and character on offer.
According to Uswitch the property has the following internet speeds. Please note you should always confirm this by speaking to the specific provider you would like to use. This is for guidance only.
Fibre: Up to 67Mb
Non-Fibre: Up to 11Mb (Estimated 6Mb)
Llanwrtyd Wells is one of the smallest towns in Mid-Wales, sitting astride the River Irfon. With a population of approximately 850, it famously claims to be the smallest town in Britain. The town is located on the A483 between Llandovery and Builth Wells near the Tywi and Irfon valleys. Llanwrtyd Wells grew as a spa town around the Ffynnon Ddrewllyd, which still exists, following the discovery of waters with healing properties in 1732. The town is the site of both the World Bog Snorkelling Championships and the annual Man versus Horse Marathon, as well as other annual events. The market town of Builth Wells, located at the heart of Powys, is just 13 miles away in what is arguably some of the most beautiful countryside in the United Kingdom. Builth Wells lies within the Historic Boundaries of Brecknockshire, situated on the banks of the River Wye and the River Irfon – The upper section of the Wye Valley. Builth Wells is famously known for hosting the annual Royal Welsh Show, which is the biggest agricultural show in Europe and attracts over 240,000 visitors to the town each year.