Roger Parry & Partners

1 Bryn Hafren

1 Bryn Hafren, Llanidloes, SY18

Asking Price Of £160,000

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Built in the Mid to Late 19th Century, Bryn Hafren is an imposing Grade II Listed Building with stunning views of the River Severn to the front, and the Welsh countryside to the rear of the property. Set over three floors, Bryn Hafren is full of character and has an abundance of potential for the next owner. The Victorian property, located in the historic market town of Llanidloes is close to local amenities. With 4 bedrooms there is the possibility to reconfigure the layout to create an additional reception room. Bryn Hafren also benefits from having additional storage in the cellar below the living room. With a terraced garden to the rear, and a children's playground just down the road, we believe this property will make an ideal family home. Viewing is highly recommended.

Entrance into the property is accessed through the Kitchen via a covered walkthrough, used by both properties to access the gardens. There is a front door to the property which enters into the Living Room which is currently not in use.


GROUND FLOOR

KITCHEN/DINER 11' 9" x 11' 11" (3.586m x 3.633m) A good sized room with white wooden wall and base units and laminate worktop. Stainless steel sink and drainer with space for the washing machine and fridge freezer A window looks out over the courtyard to the rear of the property. To the side of the fireplace there is a fitted cupboard with houses the combi boiler, fitted in 2016. Wall mounted radiator.


LIVING ROOM 16' 7" x 12' 0" (5.063m x 3.680m) Single paned window looking out to the front of the property. The focal point for the room is the large fire place with brick surround. Currently the owners have an electric log burner. Access down to the cellar is obtained through a solid wooden door in the living room. Stairs leading up to the next floor


FIRST FLOOR

BEDROOM ONE 11' 11" x 12' 10" (3.655m x 3.918m) Looking out over the River Severn this is currently being used as a large double bedroom, but could be easily changed to be utilised as a second reception room to take full advantage of the light, bright room. Feature fire place with mantel surround currently boarded up. Wall mounted radiator


BEDROOM TWO 8' 4" x 11' 8" (2.563m x 3.575m) An 'L' shaped single bedroom with a recessed area currently used as hanging space. The bedroom looks out over the garden at the rear of the property. Wall mounted radiator


BATHROOM 5' 4" x 8' 7" (1.640m x 2.621m) A white 3 piece suite comprising of basin, toilet and bath with electric shower over. The airing cupboard is also located in the bathroom. Wall mounted radiator and towel rail

SECOND FLOOR

BEDROOM THREE 13' 3" x 8' 3" (4.042m x 2.517m) Another double, light and airy bedroom looking out over the garden. Carpeted flooring. Wall mounted radiator. There is some fitted shelving in the recess beside the chimney breast

BEDROOM FOUR 11' 6" x 12' 8" (3.517m x 3.863m) A large double bedroom with great views over the River Severn and the old Flannel Mill. Wall mounted radiator, carpeted flooring and access into the loft space. Similar to Bedroom three there is some fitted shelving in the recess beside the chimney breast

SEPARATE WC 3' 0" x 6' 2" (0.937m x 1.896m) A useful WC on the top floor with matching white pedestal sink, and wooden hand towel rail. There is also an emergency exit door which leads out to the steel framed walkway to the garden.
N.B The walkway belongs to the neighbouring house, and its not a communal shared access, unless in the case of an emergency


OUTSDIE AND CELLAR To the rear of the property there is a small patio area with some covering that is currently used for storage . There is a metal framed staircase which leads up to the spilt level gardens for both properties, Bryn Hafren's garden is laid mainly to a mixture of perennial bushes and plants, with a gravelled path which meanders up through the length of the garden. There is an paved area, ideal for socialising and catching the evening sun. To the front of the property there is a small area which is enclosed with wrought iron gates.

The Cellar measures at 3.420m max x 4.639m max with lighting and is partially insulated. The coal chute has been boarded up and covered with insulation panels

All measurements are approximate

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 famous annual fancy dress event, Llanidloes is steeped in a rich, diverse history that also makes it a popular stop for tourists

1 Bryn Hafren

1 Bryn Hafren, Llanidloes, SY18

Asking Price Of £160,000

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