Located in a desirable area of Llanidloes; Arosfa is a large semi-detached property, which with the right purchaser, could become a stunning family home once again. In need of restoration and renovation throughout, Arosfa still maintains some of its original features, but is a blank canvas for the purchaser to put their own stamp on the property. With 4 large bedrooms upstairs, and 3 reception rooms downstairs, this property gives you the scope to create your ideal home.
Outside, the house has off road parking, a free-standing brick-built garage, and a large garden; perfect for entertaining family and friends.
Viewing highly recommended to realise the potential of this property!
entrance hall An open and light entrance hall with wall mounted radiator, ceiling lights and access to Living room, Dining Room, Kitchen/Utility and second Reception room. There is additional storage under the stairs and a coved area to hang coats. Stairs leading to the first floor.
Living room 16' 5" x 12' 11" (5.023m x 3.954m) A spacious area with chimney breast and electric fire. The living room benefits from a large bay window providing lots of light. There is a wall mounted radiator, carpet with wood flooring underneath.
Dining room 14' 5" x 11' 10" (4.411m x 3.630m) large feature fireplace with surrounding mantelpiece with electric fire. Double glazed window looking out to the front of the property. Wall mounted radiator. Carpeted area with exposed wood flooring surround.
Reception room 2 13' 11" x 10' 11" (4.242m x 3.331 max m) A second reception room with wall mounted radiator. There is an electric fire with tiled mantelpiece surround. Double glazed window looking out onto the garden. This room benefits from having built in cupboards for additional storage. It could be utilised as a family room/snug. Carpeted flooring.
Kitchen 9' 11" x 7' 7" (3.039m x 2.317m) Originally the kitchen, this room has been completely emptied and walls have been stripped back to bare brick in places. 2 double glazed windows. Concrete flooring with some wood effect lino flooring. Strip light.
Utility room 7' 11" x 9' 0" (2.435m x 2.745m) Good sized room which could be used as utility/boot room. Walls have been stripped back to brick. Double glazed window, and access out to rear courtyard with doubled glazed security door.
Downstairs WC 5' 1" x 2' 8" (1.569m x 0.833m) Useful downstairs WC with basin,
storage 6' 1" x 3' 0" (1.866m x 0.921m) Again, another useful space for storage. With lighting and shelving.
bedroom two 14' 5" x 11' 11" (4.398m x 3.641 max m) A good sized double bedroom with electric fire, wall mounted radiator and the additional benefit of fitted cupboards. Partially laid with carpet, and double glazed window looking out to the front of the property
bedroom one 16' 6" x 13' 0" (5.033m x 3.970m) A large Master Bedroom looking out to the front of the property, this room has an open fire place currently. Wall mounted radiator and ceiling lights. Exposed wooden floor boards.
Bedroom three 13' 10" x 10' 11" (4.224m x 3.350m) Double bedroom with views overlooking the rear garden. Fireplace in this bedroom has been closed off. Another room with fitted cupboards. Wall mounted radiator. Exposed wooden floor boards.
Bedroom four 7' 9" x 9' 6" (2.384m x 2.898m) A large single, or small double this final bedroom looks out onto the rear of the property. Double glazed window and wall mounted radiator. Carpeted flooring.
Bathroom 11' 8" x 7' 9" (3.577 max m x 2.387m) Some works have been undertaken and there are areas of walls that have been plastered. Bathroom has been gutted and stripped back to brick in places. A new 3 piece bath suite has been purchased, but not fitted (shown in picture of Bedroom 4). Two double glazed windows.
Outside The property is surrounded by green hedge and accessed off a path through the front garden. To the side and rear of the property there is a concrete parking area in front of a freestanding brick built garage. Arosfa has a large garden to the rear of the property, ideal for entertaining and young families.
Llanidloes Llanidloes is a vibrant, historic Market town set in the heart of Mid Wales. With a wide selection of local amenities such as a Primary and Secondary school, hospital, doctor's surgery, dispensing pharmacy, independent shops, several public houses and eateries, delicatessen, greengrocers, butchers and fish counter; Llanidloes is a surprising gem in the Welsh countryside. From the Chartists uprising of 1839, to the towns infamous annual fancy dress event, Llanidloes is steeped in a rich, diverse history that also makes it a popular stop for tourists.
All room measurements are approximate