- Former Church built in the 19th century now converted into 2 semi-detached dwellings
- Substantial stone property retaining a wealth of character with ecclesiastical features in the attic rooms
- Situated along the River Trannon with panoramic views in the attractive hamlet of Llawryglyn
- 2 miles from Trefeglwys primary school, public house & places of worship
- 6 miles from Llanidloes. The Hafren Forest & Clywedog Reservoir closeby
- Sitting room, dining room, kitchen, conservatory, 3 bedrooms, study, bathroom, 3 attic rooms
- Good size cottage garden. Countryside views to the rear
- Viewing recommended
- Energy Efficiency Rating = F(27).
Ysgol Dyffryn Trannon (2.5mi.)
Ysgol Gynradd Carno (3.8mi.)
Former Church built in the 19th century now converted into 2 semi-detached dwellings. Retaining period features with ecclesiastical features in the attic rooms. Substantial stone property retaining a wealth of character. Situated along the River Trannon with panoramic views in the attractive hamlet of Llawryglyn. 2 miles from Trefeglwys primary school, public house & places of worship. 6 miles from Llanidloes. Hafren Forest & Clywedog Reservoir close by. Sitting room, dining room, kitchen, conservatory, 3 bedrooms, study, bathroom, 3 attic rooms. Good size cottage garden. Countryside views to the rear. Viewing recommended. EPC = F(27).
Ground Floor: -
Front Entrance Hall - laminate flooring, storage heater, entrance door, beamed ceiling & walls
Cloakroom - with w.c., wash basin, fuse board, sliding door
Dining Room - 3.67 x 3.03 (12'0" x 9'11") - Upvc French doors to garden, laminate flooring, modern Fischer style electric radiator, exposed wall & ceiling beams, exposed stone walls, steps down to
Kitchen - 4.84 x 3.48 (15'11" x 11'5") - With modern cream fronted units comprising base, wall & drawer cupboards, worktop surfaces, Belfast sink, plumbed for dishwasher & washing machine, built in double oven, halogen hob with extractor over, part tiled walls, worktop lighting, beamed ceiling, storage heater, glazed door to
Conservatory - 3.45 x 3.51 (11'4" x 11'6") - Tiled floor, exposed stone walls, glazed door to small seating area & countryside views, glazed doors through to
Living Room - 6.24 x 5.76 (20'6" x 18'11") - With 2 Fischer modern electric radiators, multi fuel stove in stone recess, exposed walls, understairs cupboard, staircase to first floor
First Floor: -
Landing Room/Study - 3.45 x 2.77 (11'4" x 9'1") - storage heater, window to side & rear views
Bedroom 1 - 6.53 x 4.76 (21'5" x 15'7") - storage heater, range of built in Sharp bedroom fitments, vaulted beamed ceiling, picture window to front & rear views
Side Bedroom 2 - 3.61 x 3.15 (11'10" x 10'4") - with exposed ceiling & wall beams, storage heater, door through to
Front Bedroom 3 - 4.09 x 2.35 (13'5" x 7'9") - storage heater, staircase/steps to attic rooms
Attic Room 1 - 2.91 x 1.8 (9'7" x 5'11") - plus eaves, open through to
Attic Room 2 - 3.28 x 1.71 (10'9" x 5'7") - plus eaves, velux window, open through to
Attic Room 3 - 3.33 x 1.71 (10'11" x 5'7") - plus eaves, velux window
The attic rooms show off the ecclesiastical beamed features
Bathroom - pedestal wash basin, w.c., bidet, shower cubicle, picture windows, storage heaters, airing cupboard
Outside: - The property is approached via a footbridge over the River Trannon with a right of way to the property.
The grounds are an attractive feature of the property, being cottage style with patio, lawn areas, flower & shrub borders, garden pond, stone walls which were formerly from the belfry, fruit bushes, black & red currant, plum & apple.
2 sheds. Log store.
The current owners have an arrangement with the adjoining farm to park in two parking spaces.
Services: - Electricity, water and drainage connected
NB The services, flues and appliances have not been tested and no warranty is provided with regard to their condition
Tenure: - Freehold
Council Tax: - Band 'F' (online enquiry)
Energy Performance Certificate: - A full copy of the EPC is available on request or by following the link below:
To View: - By arrangement with the agents
Directions: - From our office in Llanidloes proceed to the Old Market Hall turning right onto Long Bridge Street. At the roundabout turn left over the bridge and follow the road around to the right for Trefeglwys (4 miles). On entering Trefeglwys, passing the old garage on the left, take the immediate left signposted Llawryglyn (2 miles). On entering Llawryglyn, passing the chapel on the left hand side, turn immediately left. Proceed to the far end and the property is straight ahead.
Money Laundering Regulations: - On putting forward an offer to purchase you will be required to produce adequate identification to prove your identity within the terms of the Money Laundering Regulations (MLR 2017 came into force 26th June 2017). Appropriate examples: Passport or Photographic Driving Licence and a recent Utility Bill.
Mmp Survey Department: - If you are not buying through MMP then why not let our qualified surveyors inspect and report on the home you are buying before you complete the purchase.
We are able to undertake RICS HomeBuyer Reports and RICS Condition Reports that will provide you with a comment on any significant defects or repair items. For further information contact - Robert Thomas MRICS (Tel[use Contact Agent Button])
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