Meifod, SY22

£320,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 2
A highly desirable and unique rural 2 bedroom property set in one of the most beautiful parts of the renowned Mid Wales countryside with gardens and grounds extending to approx 1 acre, River frontage and fishing rights. Current EPC Rating; D

DESCRIPTION

Glan Y Banwy comprises a highly desirable and unique rural property set in one of the most beautiful parts of the renowned Mid Wales countryside.

The property will be of particular interest to fishing enthusiasts as it owns approximately 300m of single bank fishing on the River Banwy including a well known local pool called the 'Castle Pool'. The Vendors have successfully caught a number of Grayling, Brown Trout and Salmon.

The property has been renovated to an extremely high standard and with energy efficiency playing a major role, Glan Y Banwy has high specification insulation, and is fitted with solar panels for hot water heating. General heating is taken care of by LPG under floor heating that can be individually controlled in each of the rooms. The kitchen, dining and living areas is open plan and can be heated by a wood burning stove, again keeping the heating fuel costs down.

The property has the benefit of generous gardens and grounds including lawned areas landscaped with a pleasant selection of shrubs and trees having been planted. There is a pleasant walk along the River through the grounds ideal for dog owners.

The sale of Glan Y Banwy offers potential purchasers a rare opportunity to acquire a beautiful, recently renovated, former barn in a stunning riverside location and the Selling Agents strongly recommend an inspection.

SITUATION

The property enjoys an enviable location where the respective valleys of the River Vyrnwy and the River Banwy meet with stunning panoramic views of the Montgomeryshire countryside.

The village of Meifod is about two miles away and offers a good range of services including Primary school, Post Office/shop, Rugby Club and a regular bus service. Pont Robert, which is just a mile away, also offers a Primary school, Post Office/shop. Both have a Public House and several churches.

The local by market towns of Llanfyllin, and Llanfair Caereinion are readily accessible offering a high standard of secondary schools, health centres and leisure facilities with more extensive shopping facilities stocking local produce.

The busy town of Welshpool is about 7 miles away and has a more comprehensive range of amenities for social, educational, recreational and business needs as well good rail links. It is only a 35-minute drive to Oswestry and Shrewsbury, with excellent commuter links to Birmingham via M54 and Chester and Manchester via the A5 & M56.

The Welsh Coast is also within a 45-minute drive and the outstanding beauty spot and renowned hotel at Lake Vrynwy is approximately 10 miles away.

The area also benefits from extensive footpaths and bridleways.

THE DIRECTIONS

From Welshpool take the A458 for Llanfair Caereinion. Continue along this road through Cyfronydd to Heniarth Corner, turning right onto the B4389 road to Meifod. Continue for just under 2 miles after which the property can be seen on the right hand side just before the junction with the A495.

The internal accommodation in more detail comprises:

Oak front entrance door leading in to

ENTRANCE HALL

With slate flooring, exposed beams, double glazed window to front elevation, low level slimline Oak door opening to a recess housing the under floor central heating system with control panel over. Door to

BUILT-IN CUPBOARD

Housing the factory insulated cylinder, immersion heater with relevant pump equipment, solar panel control system and electrical switch equipment. Space and plumbing for washing machine.

LIVING AREA

8.10m x 5.61m (26'7 x 18'5 )

Open Plan KITCHEN / DINING & LIVING ROOM

With slate flooring, exposed beams and ceiling timbers, full length double glazed windows to front and rear elevations and glass panelled French windows opening out to front patio area, SKY point (not connected), television aerial point, built in contemporary German wood burner with flu, ceiling mounted energy efficient flood lights.

The room is neatly divided between approximately half being the living area, with the other half divided between the kitchen and dining area.

KITCHEN

With Antique shot blast Granite work surfaces with stainless steel single drainer double bowl sink unit, with hot and cold mixer tap over, Oak fronted cabinets below offering a good range of storage and drawer space, 'SMEG' dishwasher, 'SMEG' cooker with integral electric oven and grill unit with 4-ring gas hob over, 'SIEMENS' low level fridge unit, wall mounted eye level storage cupboards with display shelving and built-in overhead integral light and extractor hood unit, ceiling spotlights, double glazed windows with deep Oak sill overlooking the rear gardens and open countryside beyond.

Door to a most useful UNDER STAIRS STORAGE CUPBOARD ideal for wine, etc.

From the main entrance hall, an Oak staircase with handrail (steep) to a

MEZZANINE AREA

2.69m x 2.67m average (8'10 x 8'9 average)

With carpet as laid, roof light, exposed beams and timbers, power points, wall mounted light, further low level storage space.

The main entrance hall leads through to a

INNER HALLWAY

With high level inspection hatch (for examination of the Solar panel equipment) and access to the sleeping accommodation

BEDROOM 1

4.85m max x 2.69m (15'11 max x 8'10 )

With slate flooring, exposed A Frame beam and timbers, full length 'His & Hers' double fronted wardrobes with hanging, shelf and storage space, ceiling mounted adjustable floodlights (low energy), double glazed windows to rear elevation overlooking the gardens and countryside with deep Oak sill.

BEDROOM 2

4.65m max x 2.54m (15'3 max x 8'4 )

With full length Oak fronted built in wardrobe with hanging, shelf and storage space, part A Frame beam, ceiling timbers, ceiling mounted adjustable flood lights (low energy), pair of double glazed Oak French windows opening out to the front elevation.

FAMILY BATHROOM

Of a contemporary style comprising bath with central mixer tap, large sink with mixer tap and mosaic tiling to splash areas and Oak fronted cupboard below, low level WC with twin flush, fully tiled walk-in shower housing a 'Bristan' wall mounted dual overhead and hand held shower, ceiling spotlights, ceiling extractor fan, exposed beams.

OUTSIDE

The property is accessed over a shared driveway with next door property and in turn over its own private, gated driveway to a stoned parking and turning area, which in turn leads past the single attached garage with high level mounted security light. The stoned driveway leads to the front concrete parking and turning area which is enclosed via a traditional stone wall.

To the immediate front elevation is a low maintenance area ideal for sitting out or for harbouring plant pots, shrubs etc.

The gardens are situated to front, side and predominantly the rear of the property. To the side elevation is a lawned area with a large deck overlooking the River and the Castle pool perfect for alfresco dining. For fishing enthusiasts, the property has access to single bank fishing via a flight of concrete steps and this includes the well known Castle Pool.

The gardens extend to approximately 1 acre divided between attractive landscaped lawns bordered by an interesting variety of plants, shrubs and ornamental trees, together with mature tree area and River Bank frontage. Delightful walkways have been formed within the grounds of the property leading down to the River and along the dingle to a further fishing area.

SINGLE ATTACHED GARAGE

6.925m x 4.191m (22'9 x 13'9 )

Of brick and timber panelled elevation under a pitched slated roof with concrete floor, light and power, window to side, hardwood double access doors to front elevation. Potential for conversion to additional accommodation.

Side door to

W.C

With low level W.C., and wash hand basin.

SERVICES

Mains water, electricity, private drainage to a shared septic tank system which has a 50% maintenance obligation are understood to be connected. None of these services have been tested by Halls.

LOCAL AUTHORITY

Powys County Council, Neuadd Maldwyn, Severn Street, Welshpool, Powys, SY21 7AS.

Telephone: (01938) 552 828

TAX BANDING

The property is in band 'E'.

VIEWING

Strictly by appointment only with the selling agents Halls, Old Coach Chambers, 1 Church Street, Welshpool, Powys, SY21 7LH. Tel No: 01938 555552 Fax :01938 554891. Email: welshpool@hallsgb.com

WEBSITE

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Halls Holdings Ltd and any joint agents for themselves, and for the Vendor of the property whose Agents they are, give notice that: (i) These particulars are produced in good faith, are set out as a general guide only and do not constitute any part of a contract (ii) No person in the employment of or any agent of or consultant to Halls Holdings has any authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatsoever in relation to this property (iii) Measurements, areas and distances are approximate, Floor plans and photographs are for guidance purposes only (photographs are taken with a wide angled / zoom lenses) and dimensions shapes and precise locations may differ (iv) It must not be assumed that the property has all the required planning or building regulation consents. Halls Holdings Ltd, Halls Holdings House, Bowmen Way, Battlefield, Shrewsbury, Shropshire SY4 3DR. Registered in England 06597073.

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