Impressively proportioned accommodation, huge double garage, superb front and rear gardens... What more could you ask for? How about some striking views over adjoining farmland? 'The Willow' has all of this and more!
A striking family home with striking views! Tucked away in the heart of the sleepy village of Beulah, is The Willow, a substantial and impressive 5/6 bedroom detached house with large gardens, plenty of parking, double garage and a glorious outlook to the countryside.
This fantastically proportioned dormer bungalow style property is accessed via a slip road from the Beulah to Abergwesyn Road, which leads to a hand full of residential properties, and a gated driveway opens up into a large parking area leading to integral double garage. A paved walkway from the garage leads to the front door, which opens up into a 4.29 x 4.80m entrance hallway, which gives access into the majority of the rooms on the ground floor. The reception room spans the depth of the property, having maximum measurements of 7.12 x 3.49m, and enjoying dual aspect windows which flood the room with natural light, double doors leading to the front garden, and a Clearview woodburning stove inset into a feature fireplace. The other end of the entrance hallway leads on to the 7.10 x 3.26m second reception room, a perfect dining room cum snug, again with dual aspect windows to front and rear, double opening doors to the rear garden, and an open archway into the 3.66 x 3.06m fitted kitchen, which enjoys ample space for food preparation and cooking, and this leads on to a useful 3.04 x 1.97m utility room with door to the rear garden. A pedestrian door from the utility room leads onto the excellent 5.80 x 4.84m double garage with two up and over doors to the front. Also accessible from the entrance hallway are two double bedrooms, one which is utilised by the current owners as a home study, and a modern family shower room.
The galleried landing is accessed via a hardwood staircase from the entrance hall, and the impressive accommodation continues throughout the first floor! The first floor comprises four further double bedrooms, two of them boasting en-suite shower rooms, and a further family bathroom. The views to the front of the property in particular are far reaching, and look out over the front garden, to the beautiful Mid-Wales countryside beyond. There is also access from the first floor landing leading into a fantastic boarded roofspace with timber fold away ladder, which spans the breadth of the first floor, measuring 11.88m in length, with light and power laid on, and having the connections to the Wi-Fi which is hardwired throughout the property.
Externally, the property has the benefit of the aforementioned parking area leading up to the garage, and the front garden is a generous lawned space, with raised patio area immediately outside the living room. There are ample places to sit and relax, enjoying the views and privacy that the garden has to offer. There is a further lovely enclosed place to the rear of the property, which offers further privacy and ample space to relax. There is an excellent garden stores with light and power laid on, and a delightful covered seating area.
A stunning, quality, family home, in a delightful location, that needs to be seen to be appreciated in full!
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The property is tucked away within the sleepy village of Beulah which enjoys a village shop and petrol station, plus a well-thought-of public house which is known in the area for its food. Llanwrtyd Wells, just five miles away, with a population of approximately 850, is the smallest town in Wales. A former Spa town, Llanwrtyd Wells lies in arguably some of the most beautiful countryside in Wales on the A483 mid-way between Builth Wells and Llandovery. Known for its friendliness and traditional pubs, Llanwrtyd has also acquired fame as the Home of Bog Snorkelling and for the annual Man versus Horse Marathon and other unusual events. The town has a primary school, medical centre, library, petrol station, post office, ATM cash point and Premier shop. The market town of Builth Wells, located at the heart of Powys, is 13 miles away. It lies within the Historic Boundaries of Brecknockshire, situated on the banks of the River Wye and the River Irfon – this upper section of the Wye Valley is well-known for trout and salmon angling. Builth Wells is famous 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.