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Baileymawr Llandegley,
Llandrindod Wells, Powys, LD1 5UD

3 Bedroom Detached Property - FREEHOLD

Offers in the region of
£179,950

Property Description

Property Features

  • Detached Bungalow
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • Set in Approx. 1/3 of an Acre
  • Neatly Maintained Gardens
  • Adjoining Scenic Countryside
  • Distant, Panoramic Views
  • Well Presented Accommodation
  • Available with No Upward Chain
  • Rural Position, but Close to Village Amenities
  • A Detached Garage & Plenty of Off Road Parking

Overview

Baileymawr is a 3 bedroom detached bungalow located in a semi-rural position between the small hamlet of Llandegley and the village of Penybont in scenic Mid Wales and surrounded by picturesque countryside and rolling hills as far as the eye can see.

Available to purchase with no upward chain, Baileymawr has been lovingly maintained by the current owners over the years and is centrally positioned within a sizeable plot stretching to approximately 1/3 of an acre of neatly maintained gardens, along with a tarmacadam drive allowing parking for numerous vehicles, which leads to a detached garage. Built in the mid 1960's, Baileymawr offers stunning, panoramic views across the adjoining countryside and is a efficient property to run owing to the additional loft insulation, the installation of a new boiler in 2010 and UPVC double glazed windows and external doors throughout, as well as UPVC sofits, fascias and barge boards outside.

Rural, but by no means isolated, the property has the benefit of fibre optic broadband and sits alongside the A44, which runs from the nearby town of Rhayader all the way down to Oxford and is just 0.5 miles from the village of Penybont, which has useful facilities including an 18th century, well-regarded pub called The Seven Arms, a sports field and a vibrant village hall hosting many clubs through the week, whilst just outside the village is Penybont railway station, which is on the Heart of Wales Line running between Shrewsbury and Swansea. Slightly further afield finds the Spa town of Llandrinddod Wells, which is 5 miles south-west and offers an extensive range of retail, recreational and educational facilities.

The Property

Approached over the tarmacadam drive, an entrance door opens into the useful utility room, which houses the boiler and has space and plumbing for a washing machine and freezer. From the utility room a door opens into the kitchen, which is installed with a matching range of wall and base cupboards with fitted worktops over and an inset sink unit. The kitchen has space and plumbing for a free-standing cooker and fridge-freezer, has part tiled walls, a window providing a frontward aspect and separate doors opening into the airing cupboard and the hallway. L-shaped, the hallway has a door leading outside to the garden and could be classed as the official front door, whilst further doors open into the living room, all 3 bedrooms and the bathroom. The living room has space for a seating suite, a focal point in the shape of a fireplace and glazed sliding doors which lead directly outside and allow a beautiful side aspect beyond the garden and across the surrounding countryside. At the rear of the property are bedrooms one and two, which both offer space for a double bed and additional furnishings and windows providing a distant side aspect from bedroom one and a distant rear aspect from bedroom two. Bedroom three is currently used by the vendors as an office, but is deemed a good-sized single with a window to side. The bathroom again has a window to the side, part tiled walls and is installed with a matching white suite of w.c, wash basin and a wood panelled bath with an electric shower over.

Outside

Approached through entrance gates, a tarmacadam drive allows parking for a number of vehicles and leads to the detached garage which is fitted with power and lighting. To the right of the drive is a largely laid to lawn front garden area with well-defined hedged boundaries and is planted with specimen trees. The lawned garden continues to the right side of the bungalow, which is south facing and poses as an ideal place to sit back, relax and watch the beautiful sunset on a warm summer evening. To the left side of the bungalow sits the garage, which has additional lean-to storage sheds to the side and rear. A pathway runs from the parking area between the garage and bungalow and out to the rear garden, where there are a number of useful garden sheds, a green house, a lawned garden area and gravelled seating areas from where the wonderful rear views across the neighbouring fields can be enjoyed in full glory! Overall Baileymawr's private garden is worthy of particular note and is a haven for any horticultural enthusiasts to get their green fingers stuck into.

The Location

Baileymawr occupies an idyllic, semi-rural position between the small hamlet of Llandegley and the village of Penybont found in the heart of Mid Wales. The area is renowned for its outstanding natural beauty and is a haven for nature enthusiasts and those of an active disposition. Encompassed by stunning scenic countryside with rolling hill tops as far as the eye can see the Llandegley, Penybont and the nearby surroundings are popular with walkers and cyclists and present a variety of outdoor pursuits.

Llandegely is a close knit and friendly community and embraces the 'laid back', tranquil lifestyle. The equally as close village of Penybont is also just as friendly and close knit and offers useful facilities to include a garage, a church (St. Michael) and the central hub of the village, the public house - The Severn Arms, which offers wonderful home cooked meals as well as a good selection of local ales and ciders and a large beer garden. You will also be able to enjoy the various groups and activities available in the village hall, while for sports enthusiasts Penybont has a football club, which play matches on the race course ground where Horse racing also takes place in the month of August. Just outside the village is Penybont railway station, which sits on the Heart of Wales Line running between Shrewsbury and Swansea.

Further afield, an extensive range of recreational and educational facilities are available in the Spa town of Llandrindod Wells (5 miles south-west), which offers an excellent range of independent retailers and a number of supermarket chains, as well as a variety of dining establishments and public houses, a host of community clubs and societies and useful transport links via bus and a railway stations. Llandrindod Wells offers pre, primary and high schools as well as a college, football clubs, rugby clubs, tennis clubs, running and golf clubs as well as a leisure centre with a swimming pool and gymnasium. Closer to Penybont is the neighbouring village of Crossgates, which has a primary school, petrol station, cafe and a convenience store for all those day to day necessities.

Accommodation List 

Utility Room - 1.8m x 2.8m (5'10" x 9'2") 

Kitchen - 3.9m x 2.9m (12'9" x 9'6") 

Hallway 

Living Room - 3.3m x 4.7m (10'9" x 15'5") 

Bedroom One - 3.2m x 3.5m (10'5" x 11'5") 

Bedroom Two - 3.9m x 2.4m (12'9" x 7'10") 

Bedroom Three - 2.8m x 2.3m (9'2" x 7'6") 

Bathroom - 2.3m x 2.3m (7'6" x 7'6") 

Detached Garage - 3.2m x 6.1m (10'5" x 20'0") 

Services

We are informed the property is connected to mains water and electricity. Private septic tank drainage.

Heating

Oil fired central heating.

Tenure

We are informed the property is of freehold tenure.

Council Tax

Powys County Council - Band D.

Nearest Airports

Birmingham Approximately 88 miles (duration: 2hr 06min via road)
Liverpool John Lennon Approximately 101 miles (duration: 2hr 14min via road)
Manchester Approximately 110 miles (duration: 2hr 18min via road)
Bristol Approximately 95 miles (duration: 2hr 16min via road)
Cardiff - Approximately 83 miles (duration: 1hr 57min via road)

Links To Central London

Via Road - travel time is approximately 3hrs 45mins based on a 178 mile journey travelling along the M4.
Via Rail travel time is approximately 4hr 07min hours based on a standard transfer from Penybont Station to London Euston via Crewe.

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