***BRAND NEW HOME IN RURAL POSITION!!!*** This wonderful family home is currently under construction, due to be completed in May 2022 and will offer truly stunning, energy efficient four bedroom executive-style living in its own large gardens!
A wonderful opportunity to purchase a ***BRAND NEW HOME*** in a prime village position close to the end of a no through road. Llanwrthwl is a small, friendly community, within a short car drive to the larger towns of Llandrindod & Builth Wells, and Rhayader.
The property itself extends to approximately a third of an acre, and full planning has been granted for the construction of an executive style four bedroom family home. More details of the planning permissions can be found on the Powys County Council planning portal under the reference P/2016/0806.
The proposed dwelling will enjoy good-sized front and rear gardens, as well as ample parking for numerous vehicles and a double garage. The internal accommodation will comprise an impressive kitchen/dining room, sitting room, utility room, and downstairs WC. Also on the ground floor is a downstairs master suite, with bedroom and en-suite. This room could also be used as second sitting room.
On the first floor, there are a further three double bedrooms, one with en-suite, and also the family bathroom.
There will be some spectacular views from this property - particularly from the first floor, and there will be large windows to take all this in. Viewings are highly recommended to appreciate this opportunity in full.
Telephone & Broadband: Telephone- subject to BT transfer regulations. According to comparethemarket.com the property has a broadband speed of: 75.75 Mbps (average speed of Mbps).
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The property is located near the end of a no through road, on the fringes of Llanwrthwl, which is a village and community in the heart of Mid-Wales, set back from the A470, in between Newbridge on Wye and Rhayader. Composed of an Upper and a Lower division, Llanwrthwl derives its name from the dedication of its church. St Gwrthwl, a saint whose date is uncertain, founded the church at Llanwrthwl; he is commemorated on 2 March. Bronze Age gold work was discovered at Llanwrthwl in the 1950s, including a four-flanged bar torc, a circular sectioned bar torc, a square sectioned bar torc and a twisted ring. St. Gwrthwl's Parish Church churchyard has a prehistoric standing stone about 1.75 metres high near the south porch. Its upper part appears to have been broken, though it may be the shaft of a cross, or of Druidical origin. On Rhôs Saith-maen, or the "Seven Stone Common", in Llanwrthwl parish, are some very irregularly placed stones, though it has not been determined if they are of military, sepulchral, or Druidical remains.