Dolau, Llandrindod Wells
£340,000

Guide price

Bedrooms: 4
DECEPTIVELY SPACIOUS / CHAIN FREE / CONTEMPORARY converted woolen mill situated on the edge of the village of Dolau in mid - Wales. The property has been extended and renovated and is accessed via it's own driveway on the edge of a stream. With riverside views and bordering woodland and the added bonus of an additional detached former pottery studio and good sized garden and parking for several vehicles or motorhome, caravan etc Cwm Arran Mill really is a must view property.

Introduction

Superb semi detached, stone-built former 18th century woollen mill, situated just outside of the small hamlet of Dolau and eight miles from Llandrindod Wells. Set over three floors, Cwm Arran Mill is immaculately presented throughout, with original features and character wooden beams which have been beautifully preserved. The accommodation in brief comprises : Kitchen, living room, conservatory, boot room, three bedrooms, loft room and family bathroom. Ample parking, good sized garden plot and additional detached former pottery studio with electric plug points, lighting and water connected.

Property description

Enter through the porch covered front door directly into the good sized living room. With large open stone fireplace, dual aspect windows and high ceiling a typical feature of most mills. There is ample space for three piece suite and dining suite and additional storage in the form of an understairs cupboard.

The glorious 'country' kitchen can be accessed from both sides of the living area and has terracotta tiled flooring throughout. A large, light room excellently-equipped with island in the centre, Belfast sink, copious amounts of wall and base units and Stanley range cooker. Worktops and central island all have white quartz stone tops. This area has been extended by the addition of a good sized conservatory to the side complete with additional boot room. A wonderful area for admiring and accessing the garden beyond and creating a well thought out additional dining area.

The first floor houses three good sized bedrooms and the family bathroom. Both double bedrooms on this floor are of a generous size, bedroom one containing stunning original beams which simply ooze character and bedroom one's main feature being the beautiful views across the welsh countryside. Bedroom one also provides access to the roof space which contains the boiler. The third bedroom on this floor currently houses a single bed and desk, however would easily accommodate a small double bed if desired. The family bathroom contains WC, sink and good sized walk in shower. Cleverly added Louvre doors create a large, private shower area and mean that the bathroom can be accessed whilst the shower is in use if desired.

Stairs from the landing lead up to the second floor which has been converted to offer an extremely versatile space.

Garden and parking

Cwm Arran Mill sits on a good sized plot which currently provides parking for approximately six cars. There is also a good sized area newly covered in Cotswold stone and interspersed with bespoke flower beds, creating a garden which is low maintenance but extremely pleasing on the eye. The additional former pottery studio sits further up the garden area and is a solid, detached building with concrete floor and has the benefit of electric plug points, lighting and water connected with Belfast sink and lots of natural light.

Location

The property is situated near the rural village of Dolau which has a primary school and an active train station on the Heart of Wales line (Swansea to Shrewsbury). Penybont is 3.5 miles away and has a pub with restaurant. The well known Victorian spa town of Llandrindod Wells (8.5 miles) is the nearest town. It offers local amenities which include supermarkets, pharmacy, hospital, post office, hotels, a number of restaurants, primary and secondary schools, leisure centre, golf course and the town lake offering children's play areas, lakeside restaurant and picnic areas. Other nearby towns include Knighton (10 miles) and Rhayader (13 miles).

Services

Mains electricity and water are connected to the property. Oil fired central heating. Private drainage

Council Tax Band C. Freehold

01432 507160

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