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4 Cross Likey Close, Church Stoke
Montgomery, Powys, SY15 6AQ

3 Bedroom Detached Property - FREEHOLD

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Property Description

Property Features 

  • Semi-Detached House
  • 3 Bedrooms & 3 Reception Rooms
  • Well Maintained Accommodation
  • Sizeable, Low maintenance Gardens
  • Rear Views Across Countryside
  • Off Road Parking for 2 Vehicles
  • Walking Distance to Supermarket
  • Useful Store/Workshop
  • EPC E

The Property

No.4 Cross Likey Close is a well presented, semi-detached house located on the edge of the large village of Churchstoke found between the historic market town's of Bishops Castle and Montgomery on the Welsh/English border.

Originally built in 1992, No.4 Cross Likey Close is a spacious, 3 bedroom & 3 reception room dwelling, which has been upgraded and lovingly maintained by the current owners including works such as a new kitchen, a new front entrance porch, re-decorating throughout and the landscaping of both the front and rear gardens. The house is positioned within a sizeable corner plot at the end of the close and features low maintenance, neatly kept gardens, a useful outside store/workshop and a private tarmacadam parking area with space for 2 vehicles.

With pleasant rear views over the surrounding countryside and towards distant hilltops, No.4 Cross Likey Close is miles apart from the hustle and bustle of city life, yet conveniently just a matter of 200 yards from the village centre facilities, which includes the Harry Tuffins supermarket for all the day to day necessities, and also provides reasonable commutable road-links in and out of the thriving town's of historic Bishops Castle (6 miles South), Welshpool (10 miles north), Newtown, which is the largest town in Powys (11 miles west) and Shrewsbury, the county town of Shropshire (20 miles north-east).

Approached from the parking area and through the front gate and garden, an entrance door opens into the useful front porch, which is a perfect place to kick off any muddy boots and wet coats before entering into the main property. From the porch area a hall has stairs straight in-front rising up to the first floor accommodation and a door to the left opening onto the living room, which has ample space for a three-piece-suite, a focal point by way of a fireplace with inset 'Clearview' wood-burning stove and a window, which provides an aspect over the front garden. From the living room, separate doors open into a useful understair storage cupboard and the open-plan kitchen diner to the rear. Installed with an attractive range of modern wall and base units with fitted worktops over and an inset composite sink, the kitchen has Integrated appliances to include an electric oven, ceramic hob and a extractor unit above, whilst there is also space and plumbing for a fridge. The kitchen is finished with part tiled walls and a window to the rear and there is also plenty of space for a set of dining table and chairs. At the rear of the dining area, a doorway leads through to a utility room, where there is space and plumbing for a washing machine, a free-standing freezer and fitted shelving for additional kitchen appliances. From the utility area a door leads directly outside to the side garden/passageway and is a perfect entrance for those entering the house muddy after a hard days work, where you can enter the utility room and dive straight into the downstairs shower room, which is also accessed off the utility area and is fitted with a shower unit, w.c and wash hand basin. The final door from the utility area leads to rear and into an additional reception room, which offers flexibility and plenty of scope to be used for a number of things, such as a play room, formal dining room or home office. A window overlooks the rear garden, whilst to the rear of the reception room are glazed double doors, which allow access into the final room on the ground floor, the conservatory! A light and airing room with windows providing views over the rear garden, the conservatory has space for a seating suite and has French doors opening outside to the rear garden.

On the first floor, a landing area has a loft hatch leading up into the attic space and separate doors opening into an airing cupboard, the 3 bedrooms and the house bathroom. Found at the rear of the property, bedroom one has space for a double bed and additional furnishings, 2 good-sized, built-in wardrobes and a window, which overlooks the rear garden and countryside beyond. Located at the front of the property are bedrooms 1 and 2, which share similar frontward outlooks and have space for beds and additional furnishings. Alike bedroom one, the bathroom is positioned at the rear of the house and is installed with a matching suite of w.c, wash hand basin and a panelled bath. The bathroom is finished with part tiled walls and has a window to the rear.


To the front of the property is a private tarmacadam drive allowing off road parking for 2 vehicles. From the drive, a wooden wicket gate opens into the front garden, which has been paved for ease of maintenance and includes a circular, brick built feature flower bed, gravelled borders and fenced/hedged boundaries. A paved path leads from the front wicket gate to the main entrance door and on around to the side of the property, where a gate opens into a side, lean-to storage area, which has been incorporated into part of the passageway and is a great addition to the property with a door off leading straight inside to the utility area. The pathway continues from the lean-to, past an adjoining log store and sizeable garden shed, to a paved patio seating area in the rear garden, which poses as a perfect spot to relax on within the warmer months of the year with French doors off leading inside to the conservatory. The rear garden has been recently laid with artificial grass for ease of maintenance and has gravelled borders, well-defined fenced boundaries, views over the surrounding countryside behind and a pathway, which leads from the patio area, through the garden and to a useful, secure out-side store/workshop (2.7m x 4.0) tucked in the corner. Overall the rear garden is a secure place for children or pets to run around and play in without going too far away from the house or onto a road.

The Location

A close knit and vibrant community, Churchstoke is situated in close proximity to the towns of Montgomery, 4.6 miles, Bishops Castle, 5.5 miles, Welshpool, 10 miles, Newtown, 11.5 miles away and Shrewsbury, 20 miles. Churchstoke offers a variety of amenities on your doorstep making it a very well serviced village as well as being a beautiful part of the world. These amenities include a large supermarket, Harry Tuffins which in turn has a butchers, post office, launderette, garden centre, cafe and a fuel station. There are also two public houses, The Horse & Jockey and The Court House, a regular bus service to Montgomery, Newtown and Welshpool, a primary school, a Chinese takeaway, bowling green and football club and a community centre.

Situated in the most stunning countryside setting overlooked by Todleth Hill, Roundton Hill and Corndon Hill, Churchstoke is a great place for you to invite visitors to, especially those of an active disposition owing to the famous Offas Dyke trail which runs just to the west of the village. Encompassed by stunning scenic countryside with rolling hill tops as far as the eye can see and variety of wildlife the village and nearby surroundings are popular with walkers and cyclists and present a variety of outdoor pursuits.

Accommodation List 

Entrance Porch - 2.1m x 2.1m (6'10" x 6'10") 

Hall - 

Living Room - 4.2m x 4.3m (max) (13'9" x 14'1" (max)) 

Kitchen Diner - 5.2m x 3.0m (17'0" x 9'10") 

Rear Hall - 2.1m x 1.6m (6'10" x 5'2") 

Downstairs Shower Room - 

Sitting Room - 3.0m x 3.6m (9'10" x 11'9") 

Conservatory - 2.7m x 3.2m (8'10" x 10'5") 

First Floor Landing - 

Bedroom One - 3.2m x 3.7m (max) (10'5" x 12'1" (max)) 

Bedroom Two - 2.5m x 3.0m (8'2" x 9'10") 

Bedroom Three - 2.5m x 3.0m (max) (8'2" x 9'10" (max)) 

Bathroom - 2.0m x 1.8m (6'6" x 5'10") 

Outside Store/Workshop - 2.7m x 4.0m (max) (8'10" x 13'1" (max)) 


We are informed the property is connected to mains water, drainage and electricity.


Electric heating and a wood-burning stove.


We are informed the property is of freehold tenure.

Council Tax

Powys County Council - Band C. Charge for 2017/18 is £1,217.72.

Nearest Town/Cities

Montgomery - Approximately 5 miles
Bishops Castle - Approximately 6 miles
Welshpool - Approximately 10 miles
Newtown - Approximately 12 miles
Craven Arms - Approximately 14 miles
Shrewsbury - Approximately 20 miles

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1. These particulars are set out as a general outline only for the guidance of intended purchasers or lessors and do not constitute part of an offer or contract. 

2. All descriptions, dimensions, reference to condition and necessary permissions for use and occupation, and other details are given without responsibility and any intending purchasers or tenants should not rely on them as statements or representations of fact but must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to the
correctness of each term of them. 

3. The vendors or lessors do not make or give, and neither do Holters for themselves nor any person in their employment has any authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatever in relation to this property.

Holters Modern Estate and Lettings Agent

Tel: 01743 832436 Email: info@holters.co.uk www.holters.co.uk

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