The Square, Guilsfield, Welshpool, Powys, SY21

£450,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
NO CHAIN. A Fine and Elegant Grade ll Listed Detached Village Residence, DEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL IN LARGE REAR GARDEN, Characterful 4 Bedroom Accommodation, Wealth of Exposed Timbers and Original Features, Detached Stone and Slate Barn with Garaging and Studio Offering Great Potential for Alternative Uses or Self Contained Annex/Home Office, Spectacular Level Gardens and Grounds Which Enjoy a Degree of Privacy

NO FORWARD CHAIN. ''The Square'' is a fine and elegant Grade II Listed property occupying a highly sought after central location within the conservation area of the village. The house is full of character with a wealth of exposed timbers and retaining original features. Accommodation arranged over 3 floors, with the benefit of gas fired central heating from a Rayburn within an inglenook of the kitchen. The property is largely constructed of stone with a handsome half timbered frontage beneath a slate roof. It has been sympathetically restored and extended to provide a desirable family home with adaptable accommodation and scope for further extension or potential development.

The charm and unique nature of ''The Square'' can only be fully appreciated on viewing. On the ground floor there are 2 reception rooms including a lounge with open fire and French doors leading out to the large rear garden. The dining hall has a magnificent brick inglenook with an oil fired stove. The live-in kitchen, which has a breakfast and seating area, has an inglenook for the Rayburn along with a multi fuel stove, which makes a particularly inviting space for everyday life and family gatherings. There is also a useful study room, utility and W.C., on the ground floor.

On the first floor are 3 bedrooms, one with en-suite facilities, together with a recently re-appointed family bathroom. On the second floor there is a further bedroom and separate W.C., with attic room offering further potential or useful storage. Considerable development potential is available in the large rear garden, for a separate residential unit for extended family members or for a building plot, subject to approval and the local authority consents being obtained. The beautiful lawn and mature gardens which are well screened and afford an excellent degree of privacy are well stocked with established trees and shrubs. There is a substantial stone and slate barn with an open fronted double garage, which has a first floor room above to suit various uses including self contained annex accommodation or a valuable home office (subject to compliance with the local authority consents).

Arguably one of the most iconic houses within the village, the property is well situated next to the church and within a convenient walking distance of a range of local amenities including the reputable primary school, convenience stores, doctor's surgery, public houses and eateries. There are a range of recreational and leisure clubs and activities in the village to suit a variety of interests and is on a service bus route to an independent school. The property is also within excellent commuter territory of Oswestry, Shrewsbury with private and state schools and the West Midlands. Welshpool has a mainline railway station on route from the Cambrain Coast to Birmingham New Street with connections to London readily available.

The market town of Welshpool is approximately 4 miles away hosting a range of traditional shops and national retail outlets, secondary schooling and public transport services with train station en-route from the Cambrian coast to New Street line.

Front Entrance Porch:

With oak entrance door to...

Dining Room:

16'6 x 14'6 (max) (5.03m x 4.42m ( max))

Superb brick inglenook with slate hearth and oak beam above, housing Efel oil fired stove. Ceiling and wall light points, exposed ceiling joists and wall timbers, radiator, flagstone floor, window to the front aspect. Concealed door to stairs down to cellar (restricted height) Step down from dining room to...

Lounge:

21'4 x 16'4 (max) 12'4 (min) (6.50m x 4.98m ( max) 3.76m ( min))

Feature exposed stone surround to open fireplace with flagstone hearth and oak display mantel above, with shelving to side, 3 radiators, wall light points, exposed beamed ceiling and exposed wall timbers, television point, side window to the garden view as well as French doors leading out to the rear.

Study:

9'6 x 6'6 (2.90m x 1.98m)

Radiator, pendant light, window to the front and French doors leading out to side garden. Door to...

W.C.:

Vanity wash hand basin, low level W.C., radiator, velux roof light and obscure glazed window to the side.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room:

21' x 14'6 (6.40m x 4.42m)

Fitted with a range of Kenton Jones oak fronted furniture. Wall and base cupboards together with drawers beneath timber edged work surfaces with tiled surrounds. Stainless steel double sink unit and integrated electric oven and hob. Exposed brick inglenook housing the gas fired Rayburn for central heating, cooking and domestic hot water, bread oven to side, with granite work surface and oak beam above with under lighting, exposed ceiling joists, 2 oak framed windows with oak lintels to the side, ceramic tiled floor. Open wall timbers lead through to...

Breakfast/Living Area: (not pictured)

Charming adjunct to kitchen incorporating Jotul cast iron multi fuel stove with exposed brick chimney breast and quarry tiled hearth, exposed ceiling joists, pendant and wall light points, 2 radiators, window to the front view. Double doors open through to...

Utility Room:

9'10 x 6'6 (3.00m x 1.98m)

Stainless steel circular sink unit with base cupboards beneath, plumbing points for washing machine and dishwasher, ceramic tiled floor, flush mounted ceiling light, window to the rear garden view and external door to the rear forecourt. Pantry cupboard with fitted shelves.

From the dining room stairs quarter turn and ascend to...

First Floor:

Landing:

Radiator, exposed wall timbers, wall light points and window to the rear.

Bedroom 1:

14'8 x 10'2 (4.47m x 3.10m)

Exposed beam to ceiling, with light point, window to the front and hand basin with vanity cupboard.

Bedroom 2:

12'10 x 10'10 (3.91m x 3.30m)

Radiator, wall light point and pendant light, exposed beam to ceiling and exposed wall timbers, window to the front.

En-Suite: (to Bedroom 2)

With pedestal wash hand basin, low level W.C., radiator and wall light point.

Bedroom 3:

17'2 x 8' (5.23m x 2.44m)

Radiator, pendant light and spotlights, 2 windows to the rear garden view.

Family Bathroom:

10'2 x 8'6 (3.10m x 2.59m)

Villeroy & Boch deep panelled bath with overhead mixer shower, large Villeroy & Boch pedestal wash hand basin, low level W.C., separate fully tiled cubicle with additional mixer shower unit, 2 wall light points and 2 ceiling light points, extractor fan and window to the side. Victorian style radiator and heated towel rails. Airing cupboard housing the insulated hot water cylinder with slatted shelving.

From the first floor landing stairs continue to...

Second Floor:

Bedroom 4:

13'10 x 11' (4.22m x 3.35m)

Pedestal wash hand basin, exposed purlins to ceiling with central light point, window to the side and dormer window to the rear commanding lovely views of the village and rear garden respectively.

Separate W.C.:

With low level suite.

Access from second floor land to large attic storage room.

Outside:

The property is offset to the front by dwarf stone boundary walling with raised alpine and shrub borders and wrought iron gate to the front entrance porch. Further along, the barn entrance porch also has a wrought iron gate and railings. Continuing around to the side of the property on Church Lane double timber gates open onto an extensive gravelled parking and turning space with paved forecourt to the rear entrance door and adjacent paved seating area.

Stone & Slate Open Fronted Double Garage:

18'10 x 18' (5.74m x 5.49m)

With concrete floor inside garage and slate covered overhang at front with paved floor.

First Floor Studio:

18'10 x 18' (5.74m x 5.49m)

With ladder access, 2 hardwood windows to the garden view, further window to the side and 3 velux roof lights providing great scope for self contained accommodation or artists studio.

Stone & Slate Barn:

14'10 x 13'6 (4.52m x 4.11m)

With brick paved floor, power and light laid on. External door to the front.

Lean To Store:

10'10 x 7'4 (3.30m x 2.24m)

Housing the oil storage tank, power and light connected, external door to the front and stable doors to the rear.

The level grounds continue to the side and rear of The Square and are laid to expansive, mature lawned gardens which are well screened and enjoy an excellent degree of privacy incorporating established trees and shrubs with ornamental rockery, potting shed and greenhouse. Accessed from the study is a secret garden area with a range of wild flowers, and there is scope to further develop the garden into additional areas of interest as desired.

Tenure:

Freehold

Services:

Mains electricity, gas, water and drainage. None of the services, appliances, central heating system, chimneys, flues and fireplaces have been checked and no warranty is given by the Agents.

Outgoings:

Council Tax Band G Powys County Council (Internet Enquiry Only)

Viewing:

STRICTLY BY APPOINTMENT through the Selling Agents.

Negotiations:

All interested parties are respectfully requested to negotiate direct with the Selling Agents,

Route Directions:

From our Welshpool Office proceed from Broad Street into High Street to the roundabout at Raven Square taking the second exit for Llanfyllin (A490) continue along this road taking the second turning for Guilsfield opposite Hardings Garage and the Londis convenience store. Proceed to the centre of the village turning left opposite The Kings Head Public House into Church Lane where the entrance to The Square is located on the left.

Morris Marshall & Poole with Norman Lloyd

01938 554818 (6358'3 1820270'0 )

DTLJ - 02/05/18 Price amended 3/7/19

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