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Craig Road, Llandrindod Wells, LD1

  • 7 beds
Semi-detached house


  • 7 beds
Semi-detached house
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Property Description

5 Bedroom semi detached home with additional self contained 2 bed flat with private access. Private garden and off road parking.

Property Details

Situated less than 250 yards from the centre of Llandrindod Wells, this unique and spacious property is worthy of a viewing to fully appreciate its Victorian period charm and features.Having as one of its features a separate and self-contained two-bedroom apartment. This has its own access and could lend itself to multi-generational living, income potential through a long-term rental or even as a holiday let in this popular town.Moving into the main house, the six bedrooms could make an ideal family home. Two reception rooms on the ground floor lead off the hallway with a kitchen to the rear which you can access the terrace through.. Having been well preserved and lovingly cared for this floor is full of the original features these properties are known for, such as the flooring, the coving and fireplaces.Three of the bedrooms and a family bathroom are located on the first floor with a further three bedrooms and bathroom on the second floor. The property is further enhanced by a private rear garden and boasts off road parking. Viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate what is on offer as words alone cannot fully describe it. We look forward to showing you around. Llandrindod Wells is a vibrant town in the centre of Powys. It offers many facilities including secondary school, supermarket, sports facilities, independent shops and the National Cycle Museum. Coming to fame in the Edwardian era when the spa, of which the town takes its name, became popular with visitors and the arrival of the train station which is still in use today.
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Council tax band E

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