Llanerchydol Lodge Llanerchydol

Llanerchydol Lodge, Llanerchydol, Welshpool, Powys, SY21 9QE

  • Bedrooms: 1
  • Bathrooms: 0
  • Receptions: 0
  • Parking Spaces: 1

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A quaint Grade II listed neo Gothic style sandstone lodge which has been restored to its former glory, retaining most of the original external and internal features. Approached through an impressive entrance to mature garden with ample parking.

Briefly containing: Living room, kitchenette, bedroom, bathroom and garden room. Within easy walking distance of Welshpool town centre.

Remarks and Stipulations:

Tenure: Leasehold (999 years from 11/03/97) with vacant possession on completion. This may be slightly delayed as the vendors are waiting for probate to be granted.

Location/Situation:

Conveniently located on the outskirts of the town just off the Raven Street roundabout on the edges of Llanerchydol Park. From the agents office follow the one way system keeping to the left lane. Travel to the outskirts of the town taking the second turning off the roundabout to Guilsfield. The Lodge can by plainly seen on the left. Travel a short distance taking first left, being the main drive to Llanerydol Estate. The entrance to the Lodge is about 100 yards on left.

Services:

Mains water, electricity and drainage.

Note:

The services have not been inspected or examined by the selling agents.

Measurements:

The measurements contained in these particulars are approximate and for guidance only.

Local Authority:

Powys (Montgomeryshire) County Council, Powys County Hall, Spa Road East, Llandrindod Wells, Powys, LD1 5LG. Tel: 01597 827463. Email: revenues@powys.gov.uk.

Outgoings:

Rateable Value £2,400 Verbal enquiry only.

Annual Service Charge:

£250 to Llanerchydol Management Company for maintenance of drive.

Viewing:

Strictly by appointment with the sole selling agents Harry Ray & Company. Tel: 01938 552555.

Listing:

The property is Grade II listed.

Energy Performance Certificate:

The property is Grade II listed therefore no Energy Performance Certificate is required.

Money Laundering:

The successful purchaser will be required to produce adequate identification to prove their identity within the terms of the Money Laundering Regulations. Appropriate examples: Passport and/or photographic Driving Licence and recent utility bill.

Particulars of Sale:

Llanerchydol Lodge is a fine example of neo gothic architecture and has been lovingly and sympathetically restored to its former glory with the inclusion of modern day conveniences and the addition of a garden room/conservatory.

Standing in mature grounds with garden walks and approached through an impressive double entrance with driveway down to the Lodge.

Whilst on the edge of town the property commands a great deal of privacy and viewing is essential to appreciate the ambience of this ‘fairly tale’ sandstone cottage.

The accommodation contains:

Living Room:

12'10" x 11'3” with attractive gothic bay window. Flag stone floor, ‘living fire’ with wood surround and alcove to side. Vaulted ceiling with central chandelier. Three power points and TV socket. Radiator and electric panel heater.

Kitchen:

10'8" plus alcove x 7'7” Fitted units on two sides incorporating Belfast sink with plumbing in point under, ample woodwork surfaces with cupboards and shelves over. Solid fuel Rayburn cooker which heats domestic hot water. Quarry tiled floor and exposed timber ceiling.

Ladder stairs to:

Bedroom 1:

8'2" (average) x 6'6” Pine floor, exposed purlins, built in cupboard and loft space.

From the living room to:

Loft Room:

9'7" x 7'10’ with flagstone floor, radiator and electric panel heater. Built in double wardrobe and power point. 

Bathroom:

With quarry tiled floor and part tiled walls. Attractive roll top bath with instant electric shower over, w.c and washbasin with vanity cupboard either side. Radiator and electric wall heater. Ceiling spots and fan.

Door off bedroom to:

Garden Room:

10’10” x 8’8” An attractive light room with quarry tiled floor, exposed brick and stone walls and glass wall with door to:

Rear passage with store leading further to private garden/BBQ area with summer house at one end. Paths lead from this area through the mature gardens with seating area.

In all a quaint property seeking a buyer who can appreciate the historic value of what is on offer.

No Property Floor Plans available

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