WITH NO CHAIN - HOLIDAY LET POTENTIAL - WOODHEADS have pleasure in bringing this pretty one bedroom semi detached house to the sales market. The property retains many original of its features in keeping with its cottage style and has had double glazing fitted throughout. There is a multi fuel burner supplying heat to the property and a side garden with off road parking. Viewing is strongly recommended. Read more
WITH NO CHAIN - HOLIDAY LET POTENTIAL - WOODHEADS have pleasure in bringing this pretty one bedroom semi detached house to the sales market. The property retains many original of its features in keeping with its cottage style and has had double glazing fitted throughout. There is a multi fuel burner supplying heat to the property and a side garden with off road parking. Viewing is strongly recommended.
Directions - Proceed from Oswestry on the B4579. At Mile End roundabout take the 3rd exit sign posted South Wales onto the A483. Continue along this road proceeding through the villages of Llynclys and Pant. Upon entering Llanymynech turn right at the crossroads going past the Dolphin Public House. Continue along here and the property will be found on the left hand side.
Location - The popular village of Llanymynech has a range of local facilities including shop, post office, Primary School, cafe, garage, two hairdressers and a selection of food outlets. There is a heritage centre based on the Hoffman lime kiln and the Montgomery Canal. There are also two wildlife trust reserves and a prestigious golf course at the top of Llanymynech Rock. The border runs for the most part down the centre of the village's main street, with the eastern half of the village in England and the western half in Wales. The border also passes right through the now closed Lion pub, which had two bars in Shropshire and one in the former Welsh county of Montgomeryshire. Road links to Shrewsbury, Welshpool and Oswestry.
Surrounding Towns - WELSHPOOL - The market town of Welshpool is approximately 8.2 miles away. It has many attractions and is a lively shopping centre with a variety of local shops and plenty of places to relax and enjoy a coffee or a bite to eat, or take a walk along the Montgomeryshire canal. Powis Castle, Welshpool and Llanfair Light Railway and Powysland Museum are all within easy reach.
SHREWSBURY - The historic market town of Shrewsbury is approximately 19.4 miles away. An annual Flower Festival is held in the Quarry Park close to the River Severn and the town is a popular with tourists because of its ancient timber framed buildings, some of which date back to the 15th Century, Abbey, Castle and the wealth of independent shops.
OSWESTRY - Located approximately 4 miles away, Oswestry is a market town located on the border of England and Wales. Famous for its outside markets on Wednesdays and Saturdays and weekly livestock market, Oswestry is one of the country's oldest recorded border towns. The town centre boasts many independent and high street shops along with a number of specialist retailers and popular restaurants.
NEWTOWN - Located approximately 21.6 miles away, Newtown is a market town nestled on the banks of the River Severn. It is rich with industrial heritage and surrounded by beautiful countryside. Newtown is the largest town in Powys, central Wales. There are nature reserves, canal paths, the Severn Way and nearby, Gregynog Hall and Gardens. Along with local sports facilities, train station, bus station, Museums, Galleries, the Theatre Hafren and an attractive town centre with shops and restaurants. There are a number of Primary Schools and a High School with Sixth Form.
Entrance - A UPVC double glazed frosted door into:
Living Room - 3.25m x 3.00m (10'08 x 9'10") - With wood effect flooring, wall lighting and a straight staircase leading up to the first floor accommodation, feature brick open fireplace with multi-fuel burner, providing heating for the house. The ceiling has exposed wooden beams and the room benefits from a television aerial point and telephone point. There is a UPVC double glazed window to the front aspect and a door to the Kitchen.
Kitchen - 3.10m xc 1.68m (10'02" x 5'06") - The kitchen has a modern range of base and eye level units with worktop surfaces, a single bowl sink and drainer with mixer tap over, space for an electric oven with a hob in place over, space for a fridge/freezer, tiled floor, a sliding door leading to the downstairs WC/Utility Room, a UPVC frosted double glazed door to the side garden and a UPVC double glazed window to the rear aspect.
Downstairs Wc/Utility Room - The floor is tiled and a two piece white suite comprising wall mounted wash hand basin with double taps over and WC. There is space and plumbing for a washing machine and some under stairs storage. A UPVC frosted double glazed window opens to the rear aspect.
First Floor Landing - With shelving to the wall and a Velux window. Doors lead to the bedroom and bathroom.
Bedroom - 3.73m x 2.79m max (12'3 x 9'2 max) - With wall lighting, access to loft space, television aerial point and a UPVC double glazed window to the front aspect.
Bathroom - 2.16m x 1.91m (7'01" x 6'03") - There is a three piece white bathroom suite comprising a base vanity unit with vanity basin and mixer tap over, part tiled splash back, walk in shower with electric shower over, WC, heated towel rail, extractor fan and a UPVC frosted double glazed window to the rear aspect.
Front Garden - There is a short wall enclosing a gravelled area for ease of maintenance. To the right is a gravel off road parking area. There is a paved path to the front door.
Side Garden - There is a path to the side of the house giving access to this and its two neighbouring properties. It leads to a uPVC frosted double glazed door with storm porch over and external security lighting. The side garden has a wooden storage shed, mature shrub borders and paths and planting throughout, including a variety of fruit trees.
Rear - At the rear is a paved area which is used for storage. Outside tap and socket.
Off Road Parking -
Letting Potential/Investors - Based on current comparable market stock, this property could possibly achieve a rental amount between £375 and £400 per calendar month. The Lettings Team will be happy to answer your lettings enquiries on this or any other property. Please contact us on 01691 680044.
Particulars - These particulars are believed to be correct but their accuracy is not guaranteed and they do not constitute or form any part of any contract. All measurements, areas and distances are approximate and floor plans and photographs are for guidance purposes only. Woodhead Sales and Lettings has no authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatsoever in relation to the property. If you are travelling some distance contact the office if you require any further information or clarification.
Tenure - It is believed that this property is Freehold but we are unable to verify this as we have no access to the documentation. If you proceed with the purchase of this property this will need to be verified by your solicitor/conveyance.
Services - We have been informed by the seller that the property benefits from mains water, mains drainage. We have not tested any services, therefore no warranty can be given or implied as to their working order.
Local Authority/ Planning - Woodhead Oswestry Sales & Lettings Ltd have not checked rights of way, footpaths, covenants, easements, wayleaves, nor existing or proposed planning permissions concerning this property or the surrounding area.
Fixtures And Fittings - Fixtures and fittings other than those mentioned above to be agreed with the Seller.
Viewings - By appointment through the selling agents. Woodhead Oswestry Sales & Lettings Ltd, 12 Leg Street, Oswestry, Shropshire, SY11 2NL. Tel: (01691) 680044.
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