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Bank House, Meifod

  • Availability: Sold
  • Bedrooms: 6
  • Bathrooms: 3
  • Reception Rooms: 3
£500,000 OIRO
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Property Features

  • 6 BEDROOM GEORGIAN TOWNHOUSE
  • LUXURY HOLIDAY LET POTENTIAL
  • BEAUTIFULLY RENOVATED
  • ORIGINAL FEATURES
  • STUNNING LOCATION
  • EPC RATING E

Property Summary

Roger Parry and Partners are delighted to bring this immaculately presented six bedroom Georgian Grade 2 listed townhouse to the sales market. Bank House is situated in the much sought after and picturesque village of Meifod and dates back to the 1800's. This stunning property has been tastefully restored by the current owner and retains a number of period features including; exposed beams, wooden flooring and beautiful stone work. This impressive family home is currently enjoyed as a luxury holiday home with far reaching countryside views. Viewings are highly recommended to take in all that this property has to offer.

Full Details

DESCRIPTION Bank House is an imposing six bedroom Georgian townhouse situated in the much sought after and picturesque village of Meifod. This stunning property dates back to the 1800's and retains a number of period features including exposed beams. wooden flooring and beautiful stone work. This impressive family home has been much improved and restored by the current owners and is currently enjoyed as a luxury holiday home with far reaching countryside views.

Directions - From Oswestry, take the A483 turning right at the Llynclys Crossroads towards Llansanffraid. Take a left turn to Llansanffraid. Continue straight through Llansantffraid heading southwest toward Meifod on the A495. On entering the village continue past the shop and the property can be found a shirt distance on your right hand side.

From Welshpool continue along Broad Street/A458. Continue to follow A458. At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto A490. Continue along this road for approximately 6.7 miles. Turn left onto A495 continue along this road for approximately 2.8 Miles. The property will be seen on the right hand side.

Location - Meifod is a quaint village with stunning countryside views. The village boasts an excellent range of amenities including a thriving Public House, Village Hall, Primary School, and Post Office. Meifod has excellent road links through Wales to the coast and back towards Welshpool and Shrewsbury.

Railway stations can be found at Shrewsbury, Gobowen, and Welshpool where there are good links to London, Manchester and Liverpool. A further range of well reputed state and independent schools are available in the nearby market towns.

Entrance - A grand wooden door opens to:

Entrance Hall - A superb entrance hall with slate floor, exposed beams to ceiling, staircase to first floor with an under stairs storage cupboard, radiator, door to dining room and a door to:

Living Room - 5.80m 7.78m (19'0" 25'6" ) - A grand lounge area with a magnificent stone inglenook fireplace with inset log burner and slate hearth, original wooden flooring, radiator, bay window to the front aspect, the room leads around to a quiet area which was originally the old vault of the bank and a wood and glazed double doors lead to:

Snug - 3.76m x 3.91m (12'4" x 12'9" ) - Feature fireplace with inset log burner and beam above, exposed beams to the ceiling and a window to the side aspect.

Rear Lobby - 3.38m x 1.80m (11'1" x 5'10" ) - Stone wash hand basin set into a feature wall, wooden paneling, wood and glazed door to rear aspect, tiled floor and a door to:

Cloakroom - With low level W.C., tiled floor, wooden panelling to walls and a window to rear aspect.

Utility/Boot Room - 4.39m x 2.58m (14'4" x 8'5" ) - Fitted with a range of base cupboards and drawers with work tops over. plumbing and space for washing machine, a mixture of wood panelling to walls, exposed beams and brickwork, part tiled walls, built in storage, radiator, further appliance space and a door to the rear garden.

Open Plan Kitchen/Dining Room - 7.95m x 4.06m (26'0" x 13'3" ) -

Kitchen Area - Fitted with a range of base cupboards and drawers with work tops over, range oven, stainless steel sink with mixer tap, window to the side aspect, part tiled walls, exposed beams and a step down to:

Dining Area - A light and airy room with a bay window to the front aspect, wooden floor, radiator, decorative feature fireplace with an open fire with slate hearth.

First Floor -

Landing - 7.90m x 2.05m (25'11" x 6'8") - Original wood flooring, window to front aspect, archway to further inner landing with extensive built in storage cupboards, and exposed beam.

Family Bathroom - 3.11m x 2.38m (10'2" x 7'9" ) - White suite comprising bath, low level W.C., pedestal wash hand basin, part times walls, window to rear aspect, wood flooring, door to airing cupboard, radiator and exposed beams.

Bedroom Five - 4.10m x 3.85m (13'5" x 12'7" ) - Dual aspect with windows to side and rear, exposed beams and a radiator

Bedroom Four - 4.08m 3.88m (13'4" 12'8") - Window to front aspect, wooden floor, exposed beams and a radiator.

Master Bedroom - 4.40m x 5.95, (14'5" x 19'6",) - A grand and spacious room with window to the front aspect, wooden floor, picture rail, feature fireplace and a radiator.

Ensuite - Exposed beams, wooden panelling to wall, velux window, low level W.C., wash hand basin with cupboard under, shower enclosure, extractor fan and a heated towel rail.

Second Floor -

Landing - Wooden floor, exposed beams, storage cupboard, window to front aspect, wooden floor and a door to:

Shower Room - Wooden floor, exposed beams, wooden panelling to walls, shower enclosure, low level W.C., console wash hand basin, radiator and an extractor fan.

Bedroom Six - 4.12m x 3.36m (13'6" x 11'0" ) - Exposed beams, wood flooring, window to rear aspect with stunning far reaching countryside views and a radiator.

Bedroom Three - 4.07m x 4.48m (13'4" x 14'8" ) - Window to the front aspect, exposed beams, wooden flooring and a radiator.

Bedroom Two - 4.31 x 4.43m (14'1" x 14'6" ) - Window to the front aspect, exposed beams, wooden flooring and a step up to:

Ensuite - 3.20m x 3.81m (10'5" x 12'5" ) - Window to the rear aspect, velux window, exposed beams, tiled floor, roll top bath with claw feet, shower enclosure, low level W.C., console mounted wash hand basin, part tiled and part wooden panelling to walls, radiator and a cupboard.

Outside -

Rear - Leading out into the beautifully maintained garden is a tarmac area with ample off road parking leading to a GARAGE and a seating area for enjoying a glass of wine on a summers evening while taking in the breathtaking far reaching countryside views, the majority of the garden is laid to lawn with plant and shrub borders. The boundaries are made up of wooden fencing, hedge and a stone wall.

Agents Note - The property is currently used as a luxury holiday let and could generate revenues of up to £58,000 per annum (based on a 40 week per year occupancy) which is an 11% return. The area really must be visited to appreciate all of its beauty.

Services - We have been informed by the seller that the property benefits from mains water: mains drainage and oil central heating, this will be confirmed by the vendors' solicitors during pre-contract enquiries. We have not tested any services, therefore no warranty can be given or implied as to their working order.


Council Tax - The property is in Band 'G' on the Council Register.

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