Property no longer available.

6 Bed Terraced House  For Sale  Ithon Road   Llandrindod Wells  Powys  LD1   - £220,000

For Sale
TENURE: NA

**IMPRESSIVE PRICE REDUCTION**
**PRESENTED TO A VERY HIGH STANDARD BY LOVING OWNER**
Desirable location within popular Welsh town.
Retaining many Victorian features.
Six good sized bedrooms.
Spacious lounge & reception room.
Impressive lower kitchen & dining room.
Stunning panoramic views.
Mature, private rear garden & off road parking.
Unbelievable level of living space.



**A MUST VIEW PROPERTY** **PRICE REDUCTION** **A MUST VIEW PROPERTY** **PRICE REDUCTION** **A MUST VIEW PROPERTY**
This very impressive property has now been made even more attractive with an impressive £10,000 price reduction......

Awel Afon (translated as ‘quiet river’) is a very impressive Victorian terrace property situated in a popular tree-lined residential area approximately 400 yards from the town centre, with the benefit of rear access for off road parking with garage plus superb, stunning and far reaching views from the three upper floors over the Ithon Valley to the Cambrian Hills. The beautiful wooded Rock Park is only 100 yards to the rear and the leisure centre at the High School is within 300 yards, you really do have it all with Awel Afon.

On arrival you are immediately greeted with an impressive and very attractive 4-storey terraced house built from brick walls with part rendered elevations under a slate roof. Over the last few years the current owner has lovingly and tastefully refurbished and modernised the property which consists of a large and stylish entrance lobby leading to a beautiful hall off which you discover a warm and welcoming sitting room, a truly beautiful lounge with feature fire place and views to die for before finally a small storage room capable of use as an office. 


Moving down stairs and you discover a separate utility room, expansive kitchen/dinner with large log/coal multi fuel burner and radiator, spacious dining room which opens out onto a very private patio area, store room and WC. Exploring the upper levels you initially marvel at the beautiful open landing which offers three bedrooms, one of which offers a period fire place, a shower room with toilet before moving to the second floor which again offers a further three bedrooms, two of which benefit from a feature fire place and the family bathroom.


To the rear of the property you are able to sit and enjoy a beautiful, mature, private garden, with enclosed patio area and stunning views of the welsh countryside. This large rear garden allows off road parking.


Awel Afon benefits from gas central heating throughout.

Viewing is the only way to fully appreciate this beautiful example of a Victorian terrace property however below are the full room details;


GROUND FLOOR

Entrance lobby - having a panelled door with a fanlight over and glazed door to

Hall - having a radiator and open staircases to the lower ground floor and first floor levels.

Sitting room 14’ 10” x 12’ 10”
Having a Victorian cast iron and tiled open fireplace with a painted surround, radiator, secondary glazed sash window, plaster coving and alcove cupboard.

Lounge 12’ 3” x 19’ 1” maximum into bay
Having feature fireplace, radiator, television and telephone points, secondary-glazed bay window, radiator, plaster coving, alcove book shelves and storage cupboard.

Storage/Office 6’ 2” x 5’ 9”

LOWER GROUND FLOOR

Rear hall - Having a quarry tiled floor, understairs cupboard, door to the rear garden and panelled doors off.

Utility/Storage 8’ 8” x 4’ 0”

Kitchen 16’ 1” x 12’ 10”
Having a range of light duck egg blue painted cabinets incorporating nine base cupboards, three glazed wall cupboards, larder cupboard, inset stainless steel 1½ bowl sink, work tops with tiled surrounds, gas cooker point, cooker hood and two pot shelves. In addition there is a tiled floor, two windows, hot water geyser, Pittsburgh multi-fuel stove and glazed double doors to

Dining room 16’ 1” x 11’ 3”
Having tiled floor and French doors to the rear garden.

FIRST FLOOR

Landing - on two levels with an airing cupboard and open staircase up to the top floor.

Shower room - having a shower cubicle with a thermostatic shower and glazed door, and a separate toilet and hand basin.

Bedroom 1 (rear) 12’ 7” x 12’ 8”
Having a radiator.

Bedroom 2 (front) 12’ 11” x 10’ 1”
Having a radiator.

Bedroom 3 (front) 12’ 9” x 10’ 1”
Having a cast iron feature fireplace, radiator.

SECOND FLOOR

Landing - having access to loft, roof light and walk-in store room.

Bathroom - Having a white suite incorporating a pedestal wash basin, panelled bath with part tiled and part pine match-boarded surrounds, and an electric wall heater.

Bedroom 4 (rear) 13’ x 12’ 3”
Having a small cast iron feature fireplace, radiator, varnished floor boards, television point and dormer window giving superb views.

Bedroom 5 (front) 13’ 5” x 10’ 1”
Having a small cast iron feature fireplace, radiator.

Bedroom 6 ( front) 13’ 5” x 10’ 1”
Having a small cast iron open feature fireplace, radiator.


OUTSIDE
To the front there is a small forecourt with shrubs and an open void to allow daylight to the lower level. At the rear there is a paved patio with raised pond with a fountain and dust bin store. A flight of four steps leads up to a long lawned garden in two sections with serpentine edging, herbaceous borders, mixed shrubs, screen hedging/fencing, an arbour, soft fruit garden, fruit trees and three native trees. In addition there is an enclosed parking bay for one car with access onto a minor council road.

Llandrindod Wells is the County Town and administrative centre of Powys and has a good range of shopping and business facilities, successful schools, a College of Further Education, Cottage Hospital and Railway Station (Shrewsbury to Swansea line). Local leisure facilities (within a 11 mile radius) include:- three Sports Centres, indoor and outdoor Bowls, two Golf Courses, Theatre, Cinema, beautiful parks, river and lake fishing, and open hills ideal for walking. The market towns of Builth Wells, Rhayader, Knighton, Brecon and Newtown are 7½, 10, 19, 27 and 27 miles away respectively, with Hereford and Aberystwyth just over an hour’s drive.














These are for general guidance only. You are responsible to confirm accuracy by inspection.