Positioned just outside the village of Llangammarch Wells, in rural Mid-Wales, this quirky, imposing family home boasts generous gardens and accommodation which internally has been thoroughly and sympathetically renovated during the current owners tenure. The property is approached from a country road over a private front garden and in through the storm porch to the entrance hallway with pretty Victorian mosaic tiles throughout. From here, a door leads to the 21 x 9 ft reception room with feature fireplace and the 21 x 8 ft reception room with another feature fireplace. Both have bay windows to the front. The entrance hallway also gives access into the rear lobby which leads on to the 14 x 12 ft kitchen/breakfast room with larder and large pantry off, and into the 10 x 8 ft laundry/utility room with downstairs WC. On the first floor, there are four double bedrooms and the family bathroom. On the second floor, there are three attic rooms with restricted headroom, which would lend itself to conversion to a master bedroom suite, should the additional accommodation be required. Externally, the property enjoys large gardens to the rear, laid mainly to lawn, enjoying views to the striking Mid-Wales countryside, a stone outbuilding which could use some restoration, providing useful storage, a woodstore, and private courtyard garden accessed from the laundry room and rear lobby, which is a real suntrap during the summer months. With off-road parking as well as a single garage, this exceptional, spacious family home must be viewed to be appreciated in full.
The property is located in a rural position on the fringes of the village of Llangammarch Wells, which has the benefit of a railway station halt stop on the Heart of Wales Shrewsbury to Swansea line. Llangammarch Wells is located 4 miles from ‘Britain’s smallest town’ Llanwrtyd Wells. The town straddles the A483 between Llandovery and Builth Wells and is located near the pass between 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 is a short drive of around eight miles away, located at the heart of beautiful Mid-Wales. Builth Wells 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.