The quintessential Welsh cottage! A cosy two bedroom detached home located in the midst of some of the most striking scenery that Mid-Wales has to offer. Viewings essential!
Believed to date to around 1840, this lovely cottage has been tastefully and sympathetically modernised over the year and offers well-presented accommodation throughout, as well as private low maintenance gardens to the front and rear.
Approached from the B4358, a gated entrance leads on to the courtyard front garden, with ornamental chippings and walled borders. A timber gate leads from here around the side of the property with covered area and log store, and further outbuilding with light and power laid on. A pathway leads around to the rear garden, with steps leading up to a flat lawned area, and further on to a summer house with light and power, and decked area with far reaching views - perfect for the morning cup of coffee, or evening glass of wine!
Internally the property is accessed via the front door into the 3.99 x 3.95m reception room with stairs to first floor landing and a multi-fuel stove installed in 2017 inset into a feature fireplace. A door from the reception room leads into the 3.98 x 2.48m kitchen with door into the 2.37 x 2.27m dining room or study - ideal when working from home. An inner lobby accessed from the kitchen also leads on to the family bathroom, and to the rear of the property is a useful lean-to rear porch. On the first floor, there are two double bedrooms, one with open built-in wardrobe space, and both enjoying striking views to the front.
With no onward chain, this charming home must be seen to be believed!
Telephone & Broadband: Telephone- subject to BT transfer regulations. According to comparethemarket.com the property has a broadband speed of: 1.30Mbps (average speed of Mbps).
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Llanafanfawr is a civil community in the historic county of Brecknockshire in Wales. The parish has an area of slightly over 5,000 hectares (12,000 acres) (about twenty square miles) and a scattered rural population of more than a thousand. It is named after Saint Afan and was the centre of Cantref Buallt in ancient times, before the building of Builth Wells about 9 miles away. Builth has a range of amenities and facilities including Primary and Secondary Schools, a cinema, leisure centre, cricket, rugby, football and golf clubs. It is also home to the internationally famous Royal Welsh Show which is the largest agricultural show in Europe. The town has good transport links, is on a bus route between Cardiff and North Wales and is also served by Builth Road Railway Station on the Heart of Wales Line. 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.