Roger Parry & Partners

1 Penrhallt Hall, Trefeglwys Road

Penrhallt Hall, Llanidloes, SY18

Guide Price £220,000

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1 Penrhallt Hall is in a converted Medieval Hall located just above Llanidloes. This striking building is nestled amongst mature gardens providing a haven for birds and other wildlife. The property, built in the 1900s, is still full of original features and character which have been preserved by the current owner, however, there remains opportunity for an incoming buyer to modernise the interiors to their own taste. All the rooms benefit from generous ceiling heights which add to the sense of space found in Penrhallt Hall. The first floor is accessed by a statement staircase opening up to two extremely substantial bedrooms, both with dual aspect windows, and open fireplaces. Potential buyers could easily create further bedrooms by the addition of partition walls, and still have generously sized rooms.
GROUND FLOOR

ENTRANCE HALL Access is gained through large wooden double doors into a shared entrance hall with flagstone flooring


HALLWAY 31' 11" x 11' 5" (9.738m x 3.488 maxm) A wooden front door with stained glass surrounding leads into the spacious hallway with a continuation of the flagstone flooring up to beautiful Edwardian mosaic tiling at the back of the property. There is a useful storage cupboard,/cloakroom, under stair storage, and access to living room, kitchen/diner, utility room and downstairs WC.


LIVING ROOM 9' 3" x 15' 0" (2.844m x 4.593m) Dual aspect bay windows provide the living room with an abundance of natural light, as well as views of the gardens. Exposed wooden floorboards, a marble mantelpiece surrounds a large woodburning stove. Radiator, phone point and multiple plug sockets, An exposed beam runs the length of the room, and a door leads into the kitchen diner.


KITCHEN/DINER 15' 5" x 15' 10" (4.724m x 4.832m) Dual aspect windows looking out onto the garden. Fitted larder cupboard, exposed wooden floorboards, wooden base and wall kitchen units with laminate worktop. Sink and drainer, electric hob and extractor hood over. A classic red Rayburn (200 series) is currently used as the oven. This is run on solid fuel and also heats 2 of the radiators in the house


UTILITY ROOM 11' 5" x 3' 10" (3.483m x 1.171m) A continuation of the Edwardian mosaic tiled flooring, the utility room has a stainless steel sink with hot and cold taps. Cupboards underneath and plumbing for washing machine.


DOWNSTAIRS WC 12' 10" x 4' 3" (3.928m x 1.320m) Laminate worktop with boiler underneath. Porcelain toilet with tiled flooring,. Access out onto patio area and garden.


STAIRCASE AND LANDING 32' 1" x 7' 10" (9.795m x 2.392m) Measuring over a meter wide, the impressive wooden staircase with carpet runner leads to the first floor accommodation. A large south facing window provides natural light. Two large radiators and laminate wood flooring.


FIRST FLOOR

BEDROOM ONE 19' 4" x 16' 6" (5.896m x 5.033m) The biggest of the two, this substantial bedroom has exposed wooden floorboards, dual aspect windows overlooking the gardens and the front of the property. Two radiators and an open fireplace and mantle piece


BEDROOM TWO 16' 9" x 16' 2" (5.124m x 4.950m) This ample sized bedroom looks out over the rear and side of the property, and benefits from inbuilt cupboard space. As with bedroom one, this bedroom also has an open fireplace and mantelpiece. The flooring is carpeted, and one wall mounted radiator.


BATHROOM 8' 2" x 6' 8" (2.496m x 2.037m) A modern 3 piece suite comprising porcelain toilet, basin and bath with traditional chrome bath and shower mixer taps. 2 radiators and lino flooring. Frosted glass window looking out to the rear of the property


AIRING CUPBOARD 6' 8" x 3' 8" (2.054m x 1.128m) Surprisingly large airing cupboard. Lino flooring with several storage shelves.


OUTSDIE Externally, to the front of the property there is area for several cars. Access to the garden can be either through the side gate or out the back of the house. There is a large patioed area with flower beds and a large South-East facing garden with established planting and trees throughout. Outside there is also a large stone store room (3.210m x 2.871m) which has shelving, lighting overhead, and plug sockets.
10 yards from the house the property also has two outbuildings which the vendors are currently using as storage but would be suitable for vehicles storage or a workshop.


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.

1 Penrhallt Hall, Trefeglwys Road

Penrhallt Hall, Llanidloes, SY18

Guide Price £220,000

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