If you are looking for a bolt hole in Mid-Wales, or an investment opportunity, then this character one bedroom cottage has well-proportioned accommodation, a private garden to the rear, and scope for enlarging and improving the space on offer. Call us now for more information!
A rare opportunity to purchase a character-filled cottage in the heart of 'Britain's smallest town', down by the riverside in Llanwrtyd Wells. With the cottage believed to date back to the 1800s, there is plenty of charm on offer, and the current owner has had architects designs drawn up to potentially enlarge and improve the accommodation on offer, should the new owner wish to do so.
Approached from Glanyrafon Road, in Llanwrtyd Wells, this aesthetically pleasing cottage opens up into the 4.62 x 3.97m living room, with storage alcove and stairs leading to the first floor. From the living room, there is access into the 3.37 x 2.97m kitchen, with plenty of space for food preparation and a breakfast bar area for dining. There is an external door to the side of the property and a downstairs WC also accessed from the kitchen.
On the first floor, there is a double bedroom, measuring 3.26 x 2.97m enjoying views over the River Irfon and to the countryside beyond, as well as an en-suite shower room, with suite of corner shower, low flush WC and pedestal wash hand basin.
To the rear of the property is low maintenance rear garden, with steps leading up to it and being laid mainly to stone chippings.
NB: We understand that the neighbouring property enjoys a pedestrian right of way between the garden and the house to access the rear of their property.
Telephone & Broadband: Telephone- subject to BT transfer regulations. According to comparethemarket.com the property has a broadband speed of: 100.45 Mbps (average speed of Mbps).
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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.