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66 Brynheulog
Rhayader, Powys, LD6 5EG

3 Bedroom End-Terraced House - FREEHOLD

Offers in the region of
£112,500

Property Description

Property Features

  • Sizeable End-of-Terrace House
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • Fantastic Distant Views
  • Well Maintained Accommodation
  • South Facing Landscaped Rear Garden
  • Set Over 4 Floors
  • Edge of Town Location
  • Available with No Upward Chain

Overview

Located on the edge of the popular market town of Rhayader, No.66 Brynheulog is a well presented, deceptively spacious 3 bedroom end-of-terrace house, which offers breathtaking distant rear views across the beautiful Mid-Wales countryside.

Available to purchase with no upward chain this delightful home has been renovated and now lovingly maintained by the current owners over the past 9 years and includes wooden features and finishings throughout, neatly appointed kitchen and bathroom suites and landscaped front and rear gardens. Overall No.66 Brynheaulog is open to a range of potential buyers and could be a suitable buy-to-let investment, affordable family home, first house, or an ideal property for those seeking to downsize and be in town and close to the high street facilities. With no shortage of space nor natural light, this well proportioned dwelling is ready for the new owners to simply move in their belongings and start calling this lovely property - home!

The Property

Approached from the roadside pavement, a wooden gateway opens into the front garden and steps lead down to the front entrance porch/utility. Inside, the UPVC built entrance porch/utility has space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer and has a door leading into the inner hallway which has stairs leading down to the living room and rear hall, stairs rising up to the second floor landing and bedroom accommodation and separate doors leading frontwards into a useful storage cupboard and left into a further storage cupboard which if converted would be perfectly suited to being a w.c. From the hallway an archway leads left into the kitchen diner which is installed with a matching array of base and wall cupboards, with fitted worktops over and an inset sink unit. The kitchen has integrated appliances to include a dishwasher, fridge/freezer, an electric double oven and gas hob. The kitchen has part tiled wall, plenty of space for a set of dining table and chairs and a window which provides a front aspect over the garden.

Downstairs, a small inner hallway area offers shelving and separate doors opening into the living room and rear hall which is used largely for storage, houses the combination boiler and leads out to the rear garden via a further door. The living room has space for a three-piece-suite and enjoys a delightful rear aspect beyond the rear garden and towards the open countryside via glazed French door which open out onto the rear decking area.

Upstairs, the second floor landing has separate doors leading into bedrooms two and three and another useful storage cupboard. From the landing further stairs rise up to the third floor accommodation. Bedrooms two and three both share similar fantastic frontward outlooks over the neighbouring rooftops and across the surrounding countryside. Bedroom two is a good-sized bedroom with ample space for double bed and additional furnishings, while bedroom three has space for single bed and furnishings.

The third and final floor to 66 Brynheulog accommodates the family bathroom and bedroom one. The family bathroom is installed with a matching white suite of w.c and wash basin inset within a bespoke vanity unit along with a fitted array of base and wall cupboards. The bathroom also has a paneled bath and a separate corner shower unit with a fitted glazed shower door and is complete with a wall mounted chrome towel radiator, part tiled walls and and a window to front. Accessed back off the third floor landing, bedroom one is another good-sized room with ample space for double bed and extra furnishings. A window from the bedroom offers a front aspect over the garden.

Outside

Outside, the front garden is split levelled with fenced boundaries and fully paved for ease of maintenance. A gateway leads out to the roadside pavement where on street parking is available. South facing, the split levelled, pretty rear garden has been fully landscaped and largely graveled for ease of maintenance once more. The top tier is decked and poses as an ideal entertaining/relaxing space within the warmer months of the year and enjoys the stunning scenic backdrop over the town and across the beautiful countryside beyond as well as having easy access back into the house either through the French doors or the rear hall. The lower tier as mentioned is mainly gravelled and stocked with an array of mature shrubs and plants and has well-defined fenced borders. Steps lead down from the top decking, through the garden and to a rear wooden gateway which opens out to the close.

The Town

Rhayader is the first town on the River Wye and said to be the oldest in Mid Wales. Home to amazing dams and reservoirs of Elan and Claerwen valley, trails and bridleways, this makes this town fantastic for the whole family to enjoy many outdoor activities and a great place to show off to any visiting family or friends. Walkers and cyclist alike will flock to the area which has so much outdoors to offer including being home to some of Britain’s rarest wildlife, so the budding birdwatcher could happily come and see its many wild birds and other animals. Accommodation would not be an issue either. Rhayader offers an array of hotels, bed and breakfasts and campsite to allow for all budgets and to accommodate the large about of visitors this town has all year around. If the outdoors and active life are not so much your thing, then just across the River Wye in nearby Nantmel you will find the Living Willow Theatre. A one of a kind open-air theatre constructed of living willow trees, perfect for the thespian friend to visit! Or perhaps you are more of a wine or beer connoisseur? With the highest concentration of drinking establishments per capita in the UK, you will also be very well catered for!

When it comes to other amenities, the town itself includes a primary school, medical centre, many cafes, restaurants, bars and pubs as well as clothes shops, antiques centres, butchers, bike shop, a museum and gallery, a leisure centre, tea rooms and so much more! To explore all these wonderful places it would be best to take to the town by foot taking time to discover the vast variety of crafts people, shops and tourists attractions this town has to offer. Rhayader is 11 miles from the spa town of Llandrindod Wells, 13 miles from Builth Wells and 34 miles from the seaside, university town of Aberystwyth.

Accommodation List -

Entrance Porch/Utility - 

Hallway - 

Kitchen Diner - 3.8m x 3.5m (12'5" x 11'5") 

Lower Ground Floor Hall - 

Rear Hall - 1.7m x 2.0m (5'6" x 6'6") 

Living Room - 4.7m x 3.1m (15'5" x 10'2") 

Second Floor Landing -  

Bedroom Three - 2.8m x 1.7m (9'2" x 5'6")  

Bedroom Two - 3.6m x 3.2m (11'9" x 10'5")  

Third Floor Landing - 

Bedroom One - 3.9m x 3.5m (12'9" x 11'5")  

Family Bathroom - 

Heating 

Gas fired central heating.

Services 

We are informed that the property is connected to all mains services.

Tenure 

The property is of freehold tenure.

Council Tax 

Band C, charge for 2016/17 is £1179.75

Nearest Airports

Cardiff - Approximately 87 miles (duration: 1hr 58min via road)
Birmingham – Approximately 97 miles (duration: 2hr 19min via road)
Liverpool John Lennon – Approximately 107 miles (duration: 2hr 23min via road)
Manchester – Approximately 117 miles (duration: 2hr 25min via road)

Links to Central Cardiff

Via Road - travel time is approximately 1hr 44mins based on a 77 mile journey travelling along the A470.
Via Rail – the quickest travel time is approximately 3hrs 13mins based on a standard transfer to Cardiff Central Station (CDF) from Llandrindod Station (LLO) via Craven Arms (CRV).

Links To Central London

Via Road - travel time is approximately 3hrs 56mins based on a 202 mile journey travelling along the A449, M48 and then M4.
Via Rail – the quickest travel time is approximately 5hrs 06min based on a standard transfer to Paddington Station (PAD) from Llandrindod Station (LLO) via Shrewsbury (SHR), Birmingham New Street (BHM) and London Euston (EUS).

Notice

The Property Misdescription Act Holters for themselves and for the vendors or lessors of this property whose agents they are give notice that: 1. These particulars are set out as a general outline only for the guidance of intended purchasers or lessors and do not constitute part of an offer or contract. 2. All descriptions, dimensions, reference to condition and necessary permissions for use and occupation, and other details are given without responsibility and any intending purchasers or tenants should not rely on them as statements or representations of fact but must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of each term of them. 3. The vendors or lessors do not make or give, and neither do Holters for themselves nor any person in their employment has any authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatever in relation to this property.

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