Entry into the property is gained via the High Street and leads into the entrance hall, with wood effect flooring and cloaks area. Door leading to the downstair WC comprising of a white basin and low level WC, tiled flooring.
LIVING ROOM (4.86m x 5.19m max)
Hardwood flooring, dual aspect double glazed windows and brick built chimney breast with gas fireplace as the main focal point. Wall mounted radiators, useful understair storage and door leading to
KITCHEN/DINER (3.26m x 4.14m)
A good sized kitchen/diner with plenty of cream coloured, modern wall and base units with wooden worktop. Integrated oven with gas hob and a chrome extractor overhead. Space for free standing fridge/freezer, plumbing for a washing machine. Stainless steel sink with draining board. Wall mounted gas boiler. Back door leads to the rear and the property's outside space.
Carpeted stairs lead to first floor living accommodation. Landing gives access to bedrooms, family bathroom, airing cupboard and attic space above.
BEDROOM ONE (3.24m x 3.97m)
Spacious double Master bedroom, dual aspect windows, carpet flooring. Radiator.
BEDROOM TWO (2.13m x 3.11m)
Good sized second bedroom, carpet flooring, and radiator. Window looking out to the side of the property.
BEDROOM THREE (2.56m x 3.10m)
Another good sized bedroom, window looking out to the front aspect of the property, radiator.
FAMILY BATHROOM (1.99m x 1.98m)
White 3 piece suite comprising, pedestal hand basin, low level W.C. and large walk in shower with chrome attachments, vanity mirror and medicine cabinet. Window with frosted glass.
To the rear of the property there is an outside area, laid with paving slabs. Garden shed and washing line. The property also benefits from an outside tap and off road parking for 2 vehicles, unusual for a property in a central location.
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.
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EPC RATING: C For a full copy of the Energy Performance Certificate please contact agents.
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