A gorgeous property in a gorgeous location! Set back from the A44, this wonderful opportunity enjoys the peace and quiet of rural living, as well as being only a short drive from amenities!
If you are looking for a character family home offering the potential for a real lifestyle change, then look no further than Rose Cottage! Set back from the lane that Nantmel sits astride of, the property is in an elevated position which really takes in the views. The property is approached from Nantmel over a private in and out driveway, which leads past the front door to the main house and there is plenty of off-road parking.
Internally, the property enjoys a 6.07 x 3.07m reception room on the left as you walk in, with feature fireplace and double opening doors into the private walled garden. The property has a lovely kitchen/diner, measuring 6.11 x 4.84m, and having the benefit of another feature fireplace housing a woodburning stove, breakfast bar area, bespoke storage cupboards and access down into the cellar. Measuring 3.96 x 3.38m, the cellar is currently used as general storage, but would make excellent wine storage. The kitchen/diner also leads into the useful utility room/rear porch which leads to the garden and on to the converted former shop. On the first floor, there are three good-sized bedrooms, a further small room which would be ideal as a nursery or home study, and a family bathroom, all accessed from the large landing.
The former shop is an excellent opportunity for the new owner's to carry on the work started by the previous owner. In its current guise, it benefits from a 10.54 x 4.87m reception room, shower room, and lobby with front door, as well as a 4.93 x 3.21m mezzanine area, accessed up ladder stairs, which would make a lovely bedroom. With the addition of a fitted kitchen, this self-contained unit would make an excellent holiday let, or addition to the main house, subject to the necessary planning consents.
Externally, the property benefits from being easily accessible, and the aforementioned in and out driveway. There is a private walled garden to the western side of the property, and several level areas of lawn to the north, and north eastern elevations. These areas have been utilised previously as areas for garden sheds, and there is even a static caravan on site, although this has seen better days. The rest of the expansive grounds are mainly woodland, and slope up from the rear of the property to the top of the hill. There is also a pleasant walk around the rear of the house, above the retaining wall. Several walkways have been cut through the woodland, and it would be a wonderful play area for children, as well as providing ample wood for the woodburning stove!
With character, and oil-fired central heating, PV panels with original feed-in tariff, mains water and private drainage, this one of a kind property must be viewed! And if all the above was not enough, there is also no onward chain!
Telephone & Broadband: Telephone- subject to BT transfer regulations. According to comparethemarket.com the property has a broadband speed of: 73.10 Mbps (average speed of Mbps).
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Nantmel is a small, pretty village and community located alongside the A44 in the heart of Mid-Wales, set in some of the most glorious scenery going. It is located around five miles from the market town of Rhayader, and some seven miles from the spa town of Llandrindod Wells. Llandrindod itself offers 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 sixth 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.