- Detached bungalow in a pleasant cul-de-sac
- Attached garage and off-road parking for 2 vehicles
- Elevated location enjoying great views over the town and the surrounding countrysidee
- Gardens to front and rear
- Nicely presented throughout
- Useful outbuilding
- Two Bedrooms
- Large Conservatory
- Shower Room
- No onward chain
The property is located in a cul-de-sac position on the fringe of the historic borderland town of Presteigne which nestles in the heart of the Marches being surrounded by beautiful, unspoilt countryside, with the assumed motto, \"Gateway to Wales” which was once the former county town of Radnorshire hosting two festivals, the originally named Sheep Music Festival and Presteigne Festival of Music and Arts, attracting some well-known composers. There is also the award-winning Judges Lodgings Museum being the winner of numerous national awards, the town is also commended for its many community-led initiatives and a wonderful array of independent shops and businesses on its high street and other traders within the town.
The market town of Knighton, 5 miles, with the train station onto the Heart of Wales line running to Shrewsbury to Swansea. Larger towns of Leominster, 13 miles and Ludlow, 19 miles, offer a wider range of shops and services.
The accommodation is arranged as follows:
Half glazed door to Reception Hall
with radiator, Airing Cupboard housing Worcester gas boiler.
Doors lead off to:
Fireplace having gas fire which is currently disconnected, radiator, t.v. point, 2 UPVC windows fitted with vertical blinds.
Fitted with range of units of inset stainless-steel sink having base units under, eye level cupboards, planned space and plumbing for washing machine, planned spaces for refrigerator and electric cooker, upvc window to front and side fitted with vertical blinds, radiator.
Large shower cubicle with direct shower, pedestal wash hand basin, Chrome heated towel rail and wc, shaver/light, upvc double glazed window.
Fitted wardrobe having sliding doors, radiator, upvc doors opening to conservatory.
Built-in wardrobe, radiator, upvc doors opening to:
Upvc windows with lower plant shelving, UPVC windows enjoying views over the surrounding countryside, doors leading to the rear garden, laminate flooring. Connecting door to garage.
To the front a wide tarmacadamed driveway leads to the carport and to: Attached Garage with electrically operated vehicular door, lighting and power. Rear facing window provides natural light. Outside water tap.
The garden to the front is to a level lawn . A side pathway with personal gate continues to the rear garden area which is mainly lawned with pathway to a useful Outbuilding with power. From here is particularly fine views over the adjoining fields and to the Radnorshire countryside beyond.
Mains gas, electricity, water and drainage.
Gas fired central heating to radiators.