An attractive, stone double fronted town house in the heart of the 'town of books' Hay-on-Wye, with generous accommodation throughout and large partially converted attic room!
From Lion Street, the property is accessed through the front door into an entrance hallway, with staircase to the first floor and door to the main reception room, which spans the depth of the house, and enjoys a fireplace, and window to the rear garden. The kitchen/breakfast room is a similar size and again overlooks the rear gardens.
On the first floor, there are three double bedrooms and a family bathroom which enjoys a suite of panelled bath, low flush WC and pedestal wash hand basin. A unique quirk of this property is that a hatch to the roofspace is accessed from the bathroom, and a metal folding ladder leads up to a partially converted attic space. There is a small kitchenette area with sink installed into a working surface, and the rest of the room has been utilised as a relaxation space/games room - there is even a pool table up there!
Externally, the property has a courtyard area to the rear, which has some outbuildings and the oil tank. From this area, stone steps lead up to an additional garden space which is laid mainly to lawn, with a paved walkway.
With no onward chain, this excellent opportunity which could use some modernisation must be viewed to be appreciated in full!
Telephone & Broadband: Telephone- subject to BT transfer regulations. According to comparethemarket.com the property has a broadband speed of: 41.00 Mbps (average speed of Mbps).
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Hay-on-Wye is a quirky and unique market town, famous for its annual Literary Festival held annually in May. Hay proudly claims to be the World's First Book Town and offers an excellent range of services and facilities including two dental surgeries, a medical practice, cinema, chemist, library and a primary school. There is a wealth of second-hand bookshops and antique shops along with a wide range of public houses, restaurants and cafes all located close to the town centre. Nestled in the Wye Valley, within the Brecon Beacons National Park and surrounded by the most beautiful countryside, the area offers a wide range of leisure and recreational activities. Around half an hours drive away, is the market town of Builth Wells, which 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.