Take the pain out of your property search by booking a viewing on this excellent three bedroom modern bungalow, in the peaceful village of Painscastle, close to the England-Wales border!
A well-presented and maintained three bedroom detached bungalow in the heart of Painscastle, this property must be viewed to appreciate in full.
Approached from the village over a driveway leading just to two properties, a gated entrance leads into the private gravelled driveway which leads down to the 5.21 x 2.75m detached single garage, with up and over door and pedestrian door to the rear. There is additional parking to the side of the garage.
Internally, the accommodation briefly comprises an enclosed porch, leading to the entrance hallway with ample storage cupboards and door into the 6.63 x 5.30m L-shaped reception room. From here a door leads on to the 3.41 x 2.54m fitted kitchen with external door. Double doors and sliding doors lead from the reception room into the 6.19 x 2.84m garden room with vaulted ceiling, external door and windows overlooking the rear garden. The entrance hallway also gives access into the three bedrooms, two of which are easily doubles, and a single which would make an ideal home office/study. The property has a modern fitted shower room, and a separate, additional WC.
Externally, the property enjoys the aforementioned private driveway, and has good-sized front and rear gardens, which are laid mainly to lawn with well-stocked floral and shrub borders.
With no onward chain, this excellent property must be viewed to be appreciated in full. N.B. Any sale agreed is subject to Probate being issued, which has been applied for.
Telephone & Broadband: Telephone- subject to BT transfer regulations. According to comparethemarket.com the property has a broadband speed of: 36.75 Mbps (average speed of Mbps).
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Painscastle is a village and community in Powys, Mid-Wales which takes its name from the castle at its heart. It lies between Builth Wells and Hay on Wye, approximately 3 miles from the Wales-England border. This is an area rich in history in which much of the landscape has remained largely unchanged since the Normans arrived in the 11th century and built their first motte and bailey fortification at Painscastle in about 1130. The subsequent centuries were largely dominated by open warfare between the Welsh and the Normans/English and between the so-called Marcher Lords and the English Kings. In between these conflicts the local population worked to tame the wild and often hostile moorland and boggy valley terrain and to create a sound, agricultural base on which the community economy could prosper. However, even until the 20th century land ownership was largely based on a ruling nobility that had mainly inherited its wealth from the Norman Conquerors and the many adventures of their descendants. The world famous 'town of books', Hay on Wye, with all its amenities, is approximately five miles to the south east.