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£600,000

New Radnor, Presteigne

  • 6 beds
Detached house

£600,000

  • 6 beds
Detached house
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A superb detached bespoke built three bedroom family home with an attached three bedroom annexe overlooking beautiful Welsh countryside with the view of Smatcher Hill to the front and the Radnor Forest behind. The property sits in large gardens and grounds, with workshop, garaging, sheds and is just off the village of New Radnor with great transport links, village shop and Primary School. A MUST VIEW PROPERTY.
Introduction
A superb detached family home with adjoining annexe perfect for family or as a holiday let., in total the property has six bedrooms and could be used as one dwelling. Plus a conservatory, large gardens, garage, workshop, car port and plenty of off road parking. With fantastic views, stunning interior, oak beams and flooring, country style kitchen with Rayburn and island, plus woodburning stove.
The accommodation comprises of the main house having entrance porch, wc, utility, kitchen, dining room, living room, conservatory, three double bedrooms and bathroom. The Annexe comprises of a hallway, study, open plan living/dining room, kitchen area, utility, WC, bathroom and three double bedrooms.
Holly Gate
The front door takes you into the entrance hallway, which has a door to the main house or to the very useful home office. From here yoou enter the main house and into the beautiful country style kitchen with Rayburn, island, cream tiled floor, exposed brickwork, oak beams, bespoke oak units and a door off to the utility with plumbing for appliances, units, sink, panty and WC and a door to the verandah. An opening from the kitchen created with an oak frame takes you through to the first reception room with a bay window and window seat, oak wooden flooring and and open fire with brick surround, from here leads to the living room with an opening through to the conservatory, a lovely and light room with a front aspect, underfloor heating and woodburning stove. The wooden flooring continues through to the conservatory and double doors lead out to the garden. Stairs rise to the first floor where you find the main bedroom which is a lovely room with built in wardrobes and an en-suite shower room with cream tiling and white suite. The bathroom is across the landing having a white suite with a bath and a shower. There is an airing cupboard off the landing and two further double bedrooms.
The Annexe
The annexe is accessed via the rear garden with its own door into the utility, but also can be accessed from the kitchen in the main home. A door from here takes you into the open plan living/ dining room where the oak flooring is laid throughout. The living/dining room has a woodburning stove and a window overlooking the front lawn. A breakfast bar separates this area from the kitchen. The kitchen has bespoke fitted wooden units, tiled flooring and a door leads to the utility area where an external door leads to the verandah. Stairs rise to the first floor accommodation, where there are three good sized double bedrooms, with two having built in cupboards. The bathroom has a white suite with bath and shower.
Gardens and parking
The property is approached by a driveway which leads to a large tarmac area with parking for several vehicles. To the corner of this parking area is a workshop and garage. There is a wooden gate to access the front garden which is accessed over a gravel pathway which leads a seating area to the front of the property. To the side of the lawned area is a double garage with wooden doors and parking to the front of this. At the rear of the property which has a garden shed ,flower borders and mature trees. At the rear of the property is the workshop with light and power.
Location
New Radnor is a charming village, to the south of the Radnor Forest, that is steeped in history with the castle mound overlooking the village. The property occupies a position on the edge of the village centre which enjoys a variety of amenities to include a popular primary school, local shop called Esco's, active village hal and hub which is a bar on a Friday evening. New Radnor is visited several times a week by the mobile Post Office. Additionally there are regular bus services to Kington, Hereford, Llandrindod Wells and Knighton from the village. Nearby Knighton 9.7 miles, Presteigne 8 miles and Kington 6 miles offer a wider range of amenities to include shops, leisure centres, health services and many more.
Workshop/Garage 8.14 x 10.49 max (26'8 x 34'4 max)
The workshop is located at the rear of the property and has a windows, power and light. Double doors lead to the main section which could be used as a garage and an opening takes you though to the section where kitchenette and toilet are located. There is a double garage which is split into two sections (3.21 x 6.11) (2.64 x 6.11) with double wooden doors. The workshop also has central heating so has the potential for use as office space or with the necessary permissions further residential accommodation.
Services
Mains electricity and water are connected. The property has oil fired central heating and private septic tank drainage.
Powys Council tax band E for main house. The annexe has is tax band B.

NOTE: These particulars are intended only as a guide to prospective Buyers/Tenants to enable them to decide whether to make further enquiries with a view to taking up negotiations but they are otherwise not intended to be relied upon in any way for any purpose whatsoever and accordingly neither their accuracy nor the continued availability of the property is in any way guaranteed and they are furnished on the express understanding that neither the Agents nor the Vendors are to be or become under any liability or claim in respect of their contents. Any prospective Tenant must satisfy himself by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of the particulars contained.

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