- Modern, detached house in a good cul de sac location
- Gas fired central heating
- 4 Bedrooms - En Suite Shower Room
- 2 Reception Rooms
- Amazing views of the Nash Woods and Farmland to rear
- Level Gardens
- Garage & Parking
- No onward chain
- EPC Rating C (75)
The property is located in a lovely cul-de-sac position off the Slough area 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, 7 miles, with the train station onto the Heart of Wales line running to Shrewsbury to Swansea. Larger towns of Leominster, 13 miles and Ludlow, 17 miles, offer a wider range of shops and services. School education is offered by a primary and secondary school whilst independent education being available at Lucton School and Bedstone College.
The accommodation is arranged as follows:
The entrance door leads to a reception hall complete with a radiator, understairs cupboard. Doors lead off to:
Wash handbasin , w.c. radiator, window to front.
Bay window to front, coving to ceiling, double doors open through to:
Feature fireplace with coal effect fire and surround, 2 radiators , double doors open to the garden. Dimmer light switch.
Range of fitted consisting of bowl and a half stainless steel sink, base units, eye level cupboards, work surfaces with 4 ring ceramic hob, extractor fan over, fan oven, integrated dishwasher, plumbing and space for a washing machine, UPVC double glazed windows door to garden, radiator,
Stairs leads up to the First Floor onto Landing Airing Cupboard with factory insulated cylinder.
Bedroom 1 Built-in wardrobes, window to front and radiator. Door to Ensuite Shower Room with shower cubicle with direct shower pedestal wash basin, close coupled wc, double glazed window to front, radiator, tiled splashbacks.
Radiator, window to rear enjoying rural outlook and double wardrobe.
Suite consisting of a panelled bath having shower attachment, pedestal wash basin, close coupled wc, light /shaver unit and radiator.
Radiator, window to front and fitted wardrobes.
Radiator, window to rear, fitted shelving.
Inlaid brick driveway leads to integral Garage with up and over door central heating unit.
The gardens to the front are lawned with borders. A side pathway with timber gate leads to the rear garden which
has a patio area and lawn with mature shrubs and trees. Cedar garden store.
Mains gas, electricity, water and drainage.
Gas fired central heating to radiators.
We are informed that the property is freehold.
Powys County Council Tax: Band F.
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